I have created these charts to help teachers who are spending a lot of time making anchor charts for their writing lessons. I have taken the anchor charts in Unit 1 and have made them digital. You can print them out, display them on your smart board, or hang them up around your room. I have also created some editable versions of the anchor charts as well so you can add or remove things you like or don’t like. I hope these charts will help enhance your lessons and save you time as it did for me!
The charts included in this product are:
(The starred charts are ones you can edit)
-What Third-Grade Notebook Writer Do & Don’t Do*
-Find Ideas for True Stories for a person
- Find Ideas for True Stories for a place
-The Hard Parts of Writing*
-When I Run Out of Gas as a Writer, I can... *
-To Write a True Story* (6 versions since they are continuously added to)
-A Storyteller’s Voice Shows, Not Tells*
-What Hesse Did to Make her Storytelling Voice so Good in Come on, Rain!
-When to Start a New Paragraph*
-“Look how Hesse punctuates quotes.”
If you want to edit and want to use the same fonts, please download: