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Anchor charts to print
I’ve been heavy on posting the anchor charts lately, but with teaching six different subjects and grade levels a day, there’s usually at least one in progress in my room! This week, my fifth graders are working on describing settings and the mood of the setting and how that impacts the story, which has proven to be a huge challenge for them. To reinforce the idea, we sorted these words by physical characteristics of a setting (which they are most familiar with) and the mood evoked by or the ...
I recently discovered @motivating.little.minds and I’m obsessed with all her anchor charts, especially the phonics ones! I was just telling one of my guided reading groups about silent letters today, but I love the idea of calling them ghost letters! Swipe to see more of Kristen’s amazing phonics charts - and give her a follow so you don’t miss out on any others!