Text-Evidence Anchor Chart

21 Cool Anchor Charts To Teach Close-Reading Skills

Good Readers Show Evidence- bulletin board to encourage students to use evidence based terms to respond to their reading

Laminated leaves make wonderful classroom decoration and help develop stronger ties to the natural world, just by mere exposure

Last of the Autumn Leaves

Last of the Autumn Leaves: Leaf mobiles/sun catchers (project page also shows some awesome suncatchers) This is just the idea I had.

Reading Tree...Starts out bare at the beginning of the year, add a leaf for every book you read.  Very full tree by the end of the year!

vocabulary word tree: starts out bare, but by the end of the year is full of all the words the class has learned OR books we've read tree: add a leaf for every book read as a class; either way the tree should be over flowing with leaves :)

Maths Mastery Questions Starters

Everything You Need To Run A Whole School Maths Mastery Event

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writing, narrative writing, Good anchor chart for descriptions for feelings. Great to emphasize for narrative writing and making interesting word choices. Perfect for teaching Show, Not Tell.

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If you want to make sure your students are writing strong paragraphs, use my graphic organizer and anchor chart in your classroom. It is aligned to the Common Core State Standards for English/Language Arts.


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