Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Realistic Fiction Anchor Charts

Yesterday I shared a little bit about how I'm doing Reading Test Prep in my room.  We finished up our Realistic Fiction last Friday.  We created several anchor charts. I know I always go to Pinterest for ideas for anchor charts, because it really helps to have a jumping off point. So, I'm sharing some of the charts we created. I wish my charts could be as cute as the ones I see on Pinterest, but mine are created with my kids while I'm usually standing in some awkward position trying to write! :)








Short and sweet! Do you have any boards on Pinterest where you pin anchor charts? I'd love to follow them! Leave a comment with your link.

Click on the pictures below to check out my Reading & Writing Workshop Boards. This is where I pin all of the fab anchor charts I find!

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these! I'm always looking for new anchor chart ideas.
    Hunter's Tales from Teaching

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  2. I am a little jealous of everyone who hasn't taken their state tests yet. We took our ELA tests in March and then we test again in May in Math. It seems like they just get earlier and earlier every year. Good luck to you and your kiddos!
    Tara
    TeachingwithTWitte

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  3. Great anchor charts, Amber! Good luck with testing :)

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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  4. I think I do have one!! Ill have to look and send the link, although I'm first grade....

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  5. This Polka Anchor Charts are so colorful as like tutee fruity ice cream. Apart from joking, basic grammatical rules needed for payforessay.net reviews are given in easy format. People usually hesitate reading long paragraphs but this chart give all information in a condensed form that it can become a best board of all learners.

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