Also on these boards
There are three sections in this binder. The first is reading, the second writing, and the third is miscellaneous. I try to keep only true instructional or reference type anchor charts in the reading and writing sections with any other literacy charts in the misc. section.
I use this in my classroom, but I definitely need to start calling Voice Level 1 "spy talk". It's MUCH cooler than whispering! (If anyone has never heard of this before, I HIGHLY recommend it! It took a couple of weeks for my kids to get the hang of it, but now they ask me what voice level they are allowed to be at for certain activities. It's AMAZING!)
Running out of wall space? Instead of having a million anchor charts hanging around your room this teacher came up with an Anchor Chart binder. She takes pictures of all educational and instructional charts and filese them in a 3 ring binder.
Take a picture of Anchor Charts that you hang in class and keep them in this binder. Throughout the year, if kids need a refresher, they can look back at old charts to help. Great for classrooms with limited wall space!