Thursday, October 11, 2012

Today from the Treasure Chest


I decided to focus today’s great finds on Anchor Charts! Aren’t anchor charts great!  Anchor charts help students understand what they are learning by making the topic(s) visual therefore imprinting this as a permanent memory to refer back to. They may also help the students to organize their thoughts and make things clear for them. They are great for all students, even English Language Learners. Suite 101 has some great tips for creating your own anchor charts.

Here is one of the many anchor charts by Fabulous Fourth Grade:

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Here is one by Ms. Miller’s Munchkins:
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This is an artistic one about poetry, I could not find who created this one. If anyone does know, please send me a note Smile

This one is also a “no name” find on Pinterest.  Again if you know who the creator is please let me know so that I can give proper credit.
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Here is the Subtraction Poem by The Inspired Apple:
Subtraction Poem

For a few more anchor chart ideas, check out my Pinterest Board: Teaching.

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