Showing posts with label Anchor Charts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Anchor Charts. Show all posts

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Content Board and Grade Level Banners

We all know that anchor charts are a huge part of a classroom. I believe that they should be separated by content. To add a little bit of color above the bulletin boards, I created these Content Board and Grade Level Banners and added them to my Teachers Pay Teachers Store. The banners can be pieced together on ribbon for display. The sets include triangle pieces to assemble the following words: Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies, Word Wall Daily Five, CAFE, Art. P.E., Physical Education, Music, Computers, Library, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth. These designs match my Word Wall Headers.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Comparing Stories by Eric Carle

As a part of our lessons on fiction story elements and our author study of Eric Carle, we compared the stories The Mixed-Up Chameleon and The Foolish Tortoise. Using a Double Bubble Map, we started with how the two stories are the same: author, problems, solutions, setting, animals, reptiles, etc. We then talked about how those things are the same, there are differences between them. We color coded the parts to show how although they have elements that are the same, the author used them differently to create two unique stories.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Coin Tree Map

The students have been learning to identify the names of coins and their value. They are also learning to identify how many pennies are equivalent to that coin's value. To help them with this concept, we created a large class Tree Map with examples of the coins, their values, and other ways to make the same value.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Base Ten Posters with Expanded Notation

To help my students review place value,  created these Base Ten Posters with Expanded Notation. These posters represent numbers to 30 using Base Ten blocks. The posters include the numerical and word from as well the quantity of tens and ones and expanded notation. The posters can also be folded in half to create flashcards. Once they are folded in half, glue the back sides together and laminate. Students can use the pictorial model and record the number of tens and ones and its expanded notation or vice versa. I plan on printing them, laminating them, and binding them as a book. The students will use the book during math tubbing time to practice building numbers and identifying the tens and ones. The posters are available on my TPT store.

Ten Frame Posters

Fellow teachers, I created two sets of ten frame posters that you might be interested in. The first set of posters includes the numerical and word form of the numbers 1-30 with corresponding ten frames. The second set also includes how many tens and ones comprise the number. The posters can be reduced to flashcard size by printing multiple cards per page on your printers property settings. The posters can be used as anchor charts, bound into a flip book, or used as flashcards in games such as Around the World. You can also print multiple sets in flashcard size for games such as Concentration. The downloads can be found on my TPT store.

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