Anchor Charts

Page updated April 2017

Anchor charts are wonderful learning tools! They give the students a visual reference for learning, and can be interactive. Teachers can use anchor charts to model, review or during whole or small group time for instruction. Best practice would be to hang the chart where all learners can see it and refer to it frequently so students can gain meaning from the chart.

 There are some from my own classroom and others were found online. If you see a chart and know the creator, please contact me so I can give proper credit. 

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Anchor Chart Links and Resources 

What are anchor charts? (Scholastic)

Anchor Charts: Make thinking Visible (EngageNY)

Anchor Charts (Teaching in Flip Flops)

Anchor Charts (J. Meacham)

Classroom Charts (The Reading and Writing Project)

"Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever."-Gandhi

Page updated April 2017

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