fiction vs. non-fiction anchor chart

non-fiction anchor chart - really love this anchor chart! Kindergarten always reads fiction and nonfiction stories! This would be another great anchor chart to build and add to!

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Guided Reading Games and Activities for Comprehension

Fun comprehension game to use during guided reading or partner reading to get the students thinking about the story and building their comprehension skills.

Do you look on Pinterest for Anchor Chart ideas and give up at the thought that your Anchor Chart could never look that amazing? It actually doesn’t have to be that difficult to make an amazi…

Anchor Charts: Hacks and Tips

Fiction vs. Nonfiction Anchor Chart

Nonfiction anchor chart with picture sort to help kids understand the difference. I will give it my best effort to try and create this for my class!

Read to self anchor chart

This read-to-self anchor chart explains expectations for reading independently to help students remember what they are supposed to be doing during this time and why.

Story Elements anchor chart - characters setting and plot.

Story Elements anchor chart This anchor chart layout is useful for parts of large systems. For example, Society can be broken up into government, economics, culture, geography.

10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading

10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading

These anchor charts can be created as a class to serve as a mini-lesson. Creating anchor charts as a class gives students the ability to direct their own learning.

Looking for resources for living and nonliving things? This blog post gives you some ideas and has posters, mini-reader, and sorting activity for your preschool/KG class- you could even use if for first grade! #livingnonlivingunit #elementaryscience

Living & Nonliving Mini Science Unit for Preschool & Kindergarten

Looking for resources for living and nonliving things? This blog post gives you some ideas and has posters, mini-reader, and sorting activity for your preschool/KG class- you could even use if for first grade! #livingnonlivingunit #elementaryscience

LOVE these two anchor charts...one for reading and one for writing!

Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals

This is a reading chart to have in any grade, including - grade classrooms! It is a chart that talks about goals students have for their reading and when they achieve different steps they can move up on the poster.

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