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Why use social data?
Teaching students about primary and secondary sources is important in the context of historical thinking. Students who can be active consumers of primary sources enable themselves to view historical events from multiple perspectives and get to know all sides of the story with limited bias (hopefully.)
Figurative Language Posters and Anchor Charts
Figurative Language is one of my favorite things to teach my fourth grade students. This anchor charts are a huge teacher time saver and make it easy to teach students all about similes, metaphors, and idioms! They are also a great addition to students interactive reading journals!
Science Classroom Posters - Including Earth and Space Science
Are you a 4th or 5th Grade Science teacher looking to save time? Check out my Science Mini Anchor Charts. These 30 anchor charts will help you teach key science concepts such as types of energy, ecosystems, force and motion and so much more! They are easy for students to understand and can easily be added to any science interactive notebook. by deena
The Week in Rewind, A Peek At My Week, and Fall is Here!
Prefix-Root/Base-Suffix classroom chart Common fourth grade affixes...Lots of great anchor charts here! Image only
In writing, we are currently working on personal narrative! It has been quite challenging for students to come up with enough details, but this anchor chart has been a life saver!
10 Must Make Anchor Charts for Reading - Mrs. Richardson's Class
These anchor charts are perfect to make for first and second grade reading teachers! Making predictions, cause and effect, retelling, and much more is covered. These graphic organizers will help students master their learning and give them something to refer to throughout the day. #anchorcharts #firstgrade