WeAreTeachers Staff on November 1, Anchor charts are a great way to make thinking visual as you teach the writing process to your students. We searched high and low to find great anchor charts for all age levels.
Friday, 20 January More Bears! If you have not read this book, you must! We looked at these four types of bears: Here is the chart we created: Check out her bear unit here I wish I had more time to do all of the activities.
We tasted strawberry jam, tuna fish, and honey on crackers. We graphed our favourite bear food. Also included in Rachelle's unit, students coloured in their own graph and then answered questions about it.
We compared it to the book "Growl! You can download the student version by clicking the picture below. We have been working on addition and just started talking about "Tens Partners". We created this rainbow anchor chart to help us remember them!
In Rachelle's bear unit, she has this cute activity called "Bears in a Cave". One partner closes their eyes, the other partner uses bear counters I used Teddy Graham crackers and puts some in each circle.
They write the total in the square at the end and then covers up one of the circles with a "cave" paper cup or bowl. The other partner guesses how many bears are in the cave. You can use any number of bears. I had mine use all ten bears, so the sum always stayed This was great practice for the "Tens Partners".
When we started talking about hibernation, we read a book called "All About Hibernation". Then we created a large poster called "Where do animals go in the winter? I got this idea from the very creative Amy over at Fun 4 Kids.
See all of her winter animal ideas here!
My students coloured the large background poster.The video shows how this stoplight anchor chart can be used to help early elementary students understand and write clear paragraphs.
As students are editing their work, have them read with green, yellow, and red pencils in hand so they can see how their paragraphs are hooking and engaging readers. I Can Build books and anchor charts are a fun way to get students thinking of all the things they can build and engineer!
It is an easy and manageable way to add STEM to your classroom with real photographs! Blocks and manipulatives provide students the opportunity to be creative, problem solve, develop math and science concepts, develop eye hand coordination, develop fine motor.
Spend any time browsing teacher pages on Pinterest and Instagram, and you’ll run across hundreds of ideas for classroom anchor charts. But you may have lingering questions about what they are, what purpose they serve, how to get started, and when to use them.
Search using a saved search preference or by selecting one or more content areas and grade levels to view standards, related Eligible Content, assessments, and materials and resources. Jerry & Scott – I suspect you might be having the same issue. Since you can’t render fractions on a time-scale axis, you need to use whole number percentages, and append “%” in the number format to provide the look you need.
Figure out the difference between what’s true, what’s not true, and when bias presents opinion as truth. Tim asks: Can you prove it? Well, can you?