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Fiction/non-fiction chart for students to refer to

Good idea for explaining fiction and non-fiction. fiction, nonfiction anchor chart- helps the kids see the differences

So meaningful and everyone should contemplate on it!

Five Finger Retell! Retelling is a great comprehension strategy in reading. This allows the student to know the important things to state in a retelling of a story. And, relating it to their own hand is something a student can remember.

Writing anchor chart

I NEED to make a poster of this! Writing anchor chart: No Excuses! Always include ending punctuation and begin every sentence with a capital letter! Could adapt this for high school students.

Reading block activities -  Sentence starters for writing about reading and lots of other great ideas!

Anchor chart that gives students sentence starters that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

I have small posters like this, but I really like how she incorporated the poster in the anchor chart.  This is a must!

First Grade Glitter and Giggles: Owl Punctuation--Great idea to use classroom theme (owls) in conjunction with anchor charts and modeled examples! I see myself changing owls to FIREFLIES!

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Character Traits - Bulletin Board and Anchor Chart With Examples. Something I can use all the book jackets I've saved for.

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Author's Purpose anchor chart (picture only) I love how each genre is listed beside the purpose. by Louanne LaRocque Collins