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whole body listening

Whole Body Listening Learning to listen! Great for building routines and referring back to throughout the year as reminders.

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

Tons of anchor charts! Character and Setting Anchor Chart, I like the use of pictures from the book to help the kids differentiate between the two- create on smartboard and have students sort pictures

Daily News- beginning of the year

Responsive Classroom teachers and those who do morning meeting.check this out: Daily news chart examples / morning messages Do something similar but on the smart board

First Grade Wow: Fiction and Non Fiction

Fiction NonFiction Have this sign at the center and have kids sort books according to their attributes. (Cover spine labels at first and then reveal them to help connect fiction/nonfiction with Dewey!

Writing anchor chart - Don't know where to start? Just write from the heart!

What a great anchor chart to captivate and inspire writing. The First Grade Parade - LOVE this adorable anchor chart for writing!

Compare and contrast summer activities and school activities. I would do a double bubble map, though.

First Grade Honey Bunch: Goodbye Summer - Hello School Why not do the reverse for the end of the year- Good-bye School, Hello Summer!