Lauren Piper - The Health Nut Teacher
Hi. My name is Lauren Piper and I am addicted to anchor charts. I love making them. I love teaching with them. I love hanging them in my classroom. I just love me some anchor charts. In fact, when we are learning a certain skill and I don’t have an anchor chart, my kiddos always […]
Summer Review Packet for Kindergarten!
Summer is almost here but that doesn't mean that kids need to stop learning. In efforts to avoid the "summer slide" I have created this massive 90+ page
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The Difference Between Inference & Prediction
Differences between Inference and Prediction. Excellent to use when introducing inferences. Students can tell what they know about predictions, and then learn about how inferenceing is different.
IEP vs Section 504 Plans Infographic - Birdhouse Blog
There are two types of plans implemented by schools to meet the needs of students with disabilities. Here's a side by side view of IEP vs Section 504 Plans
For the Love of First Grade
Are you down for some anchor chart L-O-V-E?! I wanted to share with you how I use anchor charts all.the.time in my classroom. There are 2 different types of anchor charts I use in my teaching: 1) Interactive anchor charts--those made together 2) Introductory anchor charts--those that are pre-made Interactive anchor charts are those that my students help me construct. Sometimes we complete them whole group. Other times I make several of the same template and put students in groups. Normally I…
21 Anchor Charts That Teach Reading Comprehension - WeAreTeachers
Borrow from the best! These teachers have created amazingly effective anchor charts for reading comprehension skills. You're going to love them all!
10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading - Mrs. Richardson's Class
I talked a little last week about how much I loved using anchor charts in the classroom. We would use them time and time again to “anchor our learning”. From introducing topics, to exploring more about topics, recording our learning, and being referenced later—they were always a part of our classroom environment. Today I want to highlightMore