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Great anchor chart on Making Predictions!

For making predictions and reflecting on if they were right or wrong. It is important to stress to students that it's okay to be wrong with predictions because you can adjust them at the end. This is a BDA reading strategy

***FREEBIE*** This is the anchor chart I use with my students to help them paraphrase facts.

The Grade 2 Hullabaloo: "How to Paraphrase" anchor chart *freebie* and I'd TOTALLY use this on my sixth graders too.

Five For a Fabulous Friday!

Five For a Fabulous Friday!

Following My Heart to First Grade: anchor charts

Education in Texas Hill Country. This is an example of paragraph writing that is color coded to show comparing and contrasting characters.

Anchor Chart for Making Predictions- use different picture-not fortune teller...I am using this in my class - I think it's very clear / except I'm using a Magic 8 Ball as my graphic...I have one on my desk!

Anchor Chart for Making Predictions- use different picture-not fortune teller.This chart can be used in the classroom to help students make predictions.

Anchor charrt

~ first week of Readers' Workshop ~ anchor chart explaining "What Good Readers Do" ~ I will use this idea in my classroom.

One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart

One of my favorite ways to teach summary. Summarization anchor chart- did this in summer school and it really helped!