Find fun chart classroom ideas to display in your class! Display these charts where all of your students can see and use them when needed. Set up classroom…
Amy Lemons created a compound words anchor chart that is easy for you to replicate for your class. This anchor chart will be helpful for your 4th-graders like it was for hers. Display this chart for your class to see while they are working on their reading and writing to be reminded of compound sentences as they write using the fanboys method on the anchor chart!
Looking for some fun Henry and Mudge activities for your classroom? Students can complete this FREE directed drawing of Mudge from Henry and Mudge which includes step by step picture instructions and writing pages, Henry and Mudge anchor chart and character traits mini lesson. Choose this for the next time you're looking for some Henry and Mudge lesson plan ideas.
Are you struggling to find digital reading activities for your students during distance and virtual learning? Or is your classroom using more technology now than ever? These activities for Making predictions are FREE. Students make predictions throughout the text, complete a reading response activity, and participate in classroom discussions with a digital anchor chart.
Are you looking to start your school year with a BANG? These interactive and engaging activities will allow your students to get to know each other, get to know your classroom, and get excited about the school year! Students will set goals, make friendship sushi, make all about me backpacks, and more!