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aw my cooperating teacher during student teaching taught me this rhyme for the students!! miss her so much!!

Plethora of awesome anchor charts. These are on my list of things I want to use more of next year!

Y rules...that silly y! He doesn't like saying his yellow sound when he is at the end of the line!

what respect looks like and sounds like--I like this for other actions too such as manners, kindness, helpfulness, friendliness, etc.

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts

Cause and Effect anchor chart by mandy

Part of becoming a strong reader is learning to pick books that fit you as a reader. A book should interest the child, but should also challenge him/her as a reader, but not so much that he/she can't comprehend the book. I definitely want to have a poster like this in my class someday because I want to do all I can to help my students become better readers.

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: anchor charts

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts Beginning Middle End

I make a chart every year for my kids -- but I LOVE this one, visually speaking. I might have to copy and laminate this one.

We read the story Henry's Show and Tell by Nancy Carlson. In this story Henry is feeling very nervous about sharing in front of his kindergarten class. We noticed that Nancy Carlson used many feeling words and feeling pictures.

anchor chart storage - someone else mentioned to me that you can store the pieces to a unit in a suit bag in the closet/attic. Little pieces can be stored in a shoe holder on the same hanger. Then just pull out the suit bag when you are teaching the unit and store the rest. A great way to save space within your classroom!