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who what when where why how chart 2nd grade | This one belongs to Teacher Trap ! I love how it shows all the reading ...

50 Tips, Tricks and Ideas for Teaching 1st Grade

First grade is an exciting time of transition for your little ones! To help you have the best year ever, we’ve scoured our own WeAreTeachers HELPLINE! and the Web for the best tips and ideas for this special grade. Whether you’re …


RL 10 prepare the title then add the text in the thought bubbles with your class as a discussion Reading is Thinking anchor chart by The Pinspired Teacher


"Good readers solve tricky words by . . ." anchor chart (good for upper elementary, as well)


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Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts


Learn how using anchor charts in your classroom can really help your students learn tricky concepts and become better readers.


Capitalization anchor chart

Teachers could demonstrate how to keep track of character traits by creating a chart like this one. When reading a book aloud, teachers could model how to come up with different characteristics, and they could also explain to students what to look for. They could come up with this list together, and then the students could create their own, mini charts when they are reading individually.

Main Idea Anchor Chart. This will be on the wall in the classroom to ...