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7 Amazing Anchor Charts | Scholastic.com  The Teacher: Teresa Potosky, first-grade teacher, Dumont, New Jersey, and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher The Inspiration: “We create our anchor charts 
as a class,” says Potosky, who worked with her students to produce these charts while studying
a unit that covered nouns and adjectives. “My students give me words or pictures to include. Often, they will give me ideas that never even crossed my mind.

Adjective Anchor Chart I love the color and illustration. This would be a fun and inviting way to introduce my students to the various adjectives that they can use. I could even start with the questions, and allow the class to come up with the answers.

Desk chart

First Grade Fairytales: Ten Pin Linky: Reading Ideas & GIVEAWAY reminder! Anchor chart/Decoding Strategies all in one place.

Spotted in First Grade: Anchor Charts for Monday Made It

This is a anchor chart for narrative writing. This would be great to use in a whole group lesson. The teacher can then keep it up as a reminder for the students, when they are writing narrative papers.

Long Vowel Team Chart | it was actually fun really to study vowel pairs vowel

Creating an anchor chart similar to this will help the visual learner study vowel pairs, vowel digraphs, and diphthongs.

Character traits anchor chart- Love that definition.

Characters: Character traits anchor chart Color: color in center or picture hair color, give each student a card to write a describe word(s)- opens dialogue regarding communication. Design -same concept just with form etc