These anchor charts were created as a way for my students to follow along as we studied a particular mini-lesson topic prior to literacy centers. By using these fill-in-the-blank anchor charts, it helps to keep students engaged. Depending on the needs of your students, they can even have a small version of the filled in anchor chart in their lap to follow along with during the lesson.
1. These anchor charts are designed for teachers to use with students working along side them.
2. The student anchor charts are fill in the blank and can be used by the teacher if he/she wants to change my wording, etc.
3. The objective of the student charts are for students to fill in, then keep in a notebook, binder, etc. so that they can look back to what was learned.
a. In order to do this, teachers should scale down the printing size.
4. Student and teacher anchor charts can be used interchangeably, depending on the need in your class.