Anchor Charts Galore!

November 8, 2013

My class is becoming covered in first grade anchor charts.
A couple weeks ago, I shared this picture on my FB page:
This is only about 1/4th of the anchor charts in my room.
I have used anchor charts in previous years, but only about 1 per subject and I would switch them out each month. This year is a whole new story! I am getting ready to re-arrange and file away some of these anchor charts to make room for new ones, so I thought I would share what I currently have taking over my walls.
*Side note: about half of these were found or inspired while scouring blog posts from ALL over*
Addition Strategies:
 Math Vocab:
Retelling:

Reading Punctuation:
Just Right Books:

Questioning:

Read-to-Self:

Treating Books Right:

 Close Reading:
Writing Norms:

 Lucy Calkins – What do I do when I’m done?
Happy long weekend!! 
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  • Love all those anchor charts! So simple and colorful. I have a book on my shelf to read, about making good anchor charts, and the elements in each one. It's great that you rotate them so students aren't seeing the same thing all the time.

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