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Anchor charts are purposeful learning tools because they help students recognize learning goals, review concepts, and establish learning expectations. Students are also able to engage in the learning process when they have an active roll in creating anchor charts. Use these digital templates as a guide in creating your own charts. This planogram is designed to project onto a wall or board so that the digital template can be traced directly onto chart paper.
A step-by-step guide with visuals is provided to assist you in creating your own charts, as well as a FAQ page about how I create and implement anchor charts in my own classroom.
Volume One - FRACTIONS includes the following anchor chart templates:
1. Ways to represent fractions
2. Naming Fractions
3. Comparing Fractions
4. Equivalent Fractions
5. Fractions equivalent to ½ (circle map)
6. Fractions equivalent to 1 whole (circle map)
7. Fractions – Show what you know (bubble map)
Check out the preview to see exactly what you'll get!