Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Anchor Charts

Here are some other Pinterest ideas that I have made into small anchor charts.
I don't know about you, but my classroom is limited on space to display all the charts that I would like to.





I made this alphabet because I'm tired of the one in my classroom that takes up so much space. I hope this will be a better fit and give me room to display my sound cards as well.

I got this idea from Pinterest a couple weeks ago. I give 1 student a copy each day instead of their regular morning work. I tell them our "Number of the Day." They write out the number in as many ways as they can. Then he/she gets to come up and share their "Wanted" poster with the class. They love it and have been doing a really good job on it.
Wanted


I just finished reading Daily 5 and I'm gearing up to start it at the beginning of next school year. Here's another anchor chart I'll be using.
Good Fit Book

27 comments:

  1. LOVE THESE! Checking now to make sure I'm a follower!

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    1. I don't see a way to follow you. :( Please leave a comment on my blog when you have a way to follow and I will GLADLY come back and check it out!!

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  2. Hi...Love everthing you are sharing with us...and it is free!!! Bless you for blessing us!!! Is there any way you coud do the Alphabet in D'Nealian? This is what we use in our county in Florida.
    Marianne

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  3. I don't have the D'Nealian font.
    I'll look around and see if I can find one.

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  4. Thank you for having such a sharing spirit!

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  5. Thanks for sharing all of the great charts and ideas.

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  6. Love your work and your generous freebies. Question, what size do you prefer for your anchor charts and how do you manage them? Thanks for the info and Happy Teaching!

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    1. Some of the charts are legal and others are letter. I use them at different times. Some stay up for most the year and other stay up for a short while, it just depends on the needs of my students.

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  7. I would love the poster Why Writers Write but it will not download.

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    1. Click on the words below the poster and it should download.

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing. I can't wait to use them.

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  9. Hi there!

    I am your newest follower! I am so happy to have found your fantastic blog! I am *slightly* obsessed with your Good Fit books anchor chart!

    Maureen
    http://kdg-frogs.blogspot.com

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  10. I just printed out MANY of your free anchor charts....love them all. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing these for free. I really appreciate it!
    Sherry
    sherryrich@optonline.net

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  11. I love your anchor charts. Thanks for sharing. Come visit me at Lesa-s.blogspot.com
    Lesa
    moorel@lisd.net

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  12. I love your word wall charts with the names of restaurants, stores, animals, etc. My first graders would love them, too! Are they available for purchase? I could not find any way to download them.
    Thanks.
    eperkins@srvusd.net

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  13. These charts are excellent and thanks so much!

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  14. Thanks for sharing these freebies. They are great! I'm obsessed with the font you used for the tally marks chart. Do you know the name of the font?

    Thanks,
    Alice

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    1. I would love to know the name of the font, too! Thank you!

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  15. Thank you so very much for sharing all of this for free. I love it all and appreciate your generosity.
    erika

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  16. Thank you so much for your freebies!

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  17. I love all of your anchor charts! Thanks so much for sharing your great ideas! :-)) Pam

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  18. These are fantastic...I am so grateful for your willingness to share.

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