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Please enjoy my collection of 40+ anchor charts, updated weekly!  All of these anchor charts have been used in my own classroom (Grades 2-5) with students.  Click on each picture to be redirected a blog post featuring the anchor chart and other activities related to the topic!


Literacy Anchor Charts
Fluency Anchor Chart
About the Author Anchor Chart

Character Conflict Anchor Chart

Elements of a Story Anchor Chart
Figurative Language Anchor Chart

Point of View Anchor Chart

Paraphrase, Quote, and Summarize Anchor Chart

Informational Text Structures Anchor Chart



Show Me the Evidence Anchor Chart

Theme Anchor Chart

Syllable Segmentation Anchor Chart

Syllable Segmentation Foldable

Consonant -le

Hard and Soft C & G Anchor Chart
Word endings -ge and -dge Anchor Chart

Context Clues Anchor Chart

Context Clues Anchor Chart


Answering Comprehension Questions Anchor Chart



Math Anchor Charts


Types of Angles and Measuring Angles Anchor Chart

Lines Vocabulary Anchor Chart

Adding and Subtracting Fractions Anchor Chart

Coordinate System Anchor Chart

Elapsed Time Anchor Charts



Multiplication Anchor Chart
Scientific Notation Anchor Chart

Intermediate Patterns and Functions Anchor Chart
Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart
Area and Perimeter Anchor Chart
Perimeter and Area Literature Connection
Relationships between area and perimeter anchor chart
Multiplying Fractions Anchor Chart
Writing Equations Anchor Chart
Dividing Numbers with Decimal Answers Anchor Chart
Dividing Decimals Anchor Chart
Adding and Subtracting Decimals Anchor Chart
Properties of Operations Anchor Chart
Powers of Ten Anchor Chart
Exponents Anchor Chart



6 comments:

  1. Your anchor charts are AWESOME; thanks for sharing!

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  2. Wow! What a wealth of ideas! I am going to adapt some for my music room. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  3. Amazing ideas! Love your work - thanks for sharing!

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  4. I love anchor charts! However, I found last year the more I made and the more I posted the more cluttered my room looked. After all there were all these white pages with words hanging up. I tried to make them colorful and neat but still didn't like the way they looked on my wall. Do you have any tips on how to hang them up while still making your room look neat and inviting?

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  5. Such a great post. Love all the anchor charts.

    Meagan
    Oodles of Teaching Fun

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