Fun with Anchor Charts

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Anchor charts are an easy, useful tool to use in the classroom.

  • They are good for all ages.
  • You simply use your learning standard to create a colorful, appealing poster to display in your class for students to refer back to.
  • You can create your anchor chart ahead of time, during class, or over a longer period of time.
  • They can be used to establish routines, give instructions, or display learned material.

Hyperlink to Instructional Article : 

Anchor Charts 101: Why and How to Use Them

Hyperlinks to Additional Resources:

http://minds-in-bloom.com/anchor-chart-intervention-secrets-to/

https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/rhonda-stewart/anchor-charts-effective-teacherstudent-tool/

Level Up and Earn Your Badge:

  • Read the We Are Teachers article.
  • Brainstorm 5 ways that you can use an anchor chart in your classroom.
  • Create an anchor chart in your class and take a picture of it.

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