Anchor Charts Pictures Galore!

Today, I want to do a quick and easy “photo dump” if you will, to show you what we’ve been up to. I also am linking up with Clutter-Free Classroom’s Snapshots on a Sunday!

Here is an anchor chart I use when setting up Reading Workshop. We do a quick mini-lesson on caring for our books in our classroom library.

 The next chart on is on the method we use to choose good fit books.

This anchor chart is what we use for our lesson on stopping and jotting our thoughts as we read.

Here are some pictures of my kids picking “just right” books and building their stamina!

Here are some anchor charts we use during our narrative writing unit:

I turned our anchor charts into printables for students’ writing folders. They can also be used as writing posters for the classroom. Click HERE to grab these free printables.

Here are some snapshots of anchor charts and posters we use to set up our Math Student Data Tracking Binders. You can read more about them HERE and HERE.

Click HERE and HERE to check out these posters that go with my students’ data tracking:

I’d love to hear how you set up your reading, writing, and math routines!


  1. Thanks so much for sharing the dialogue lessons and materials! They are great! I will be using them on Monday!

  2. Is there anywhere I can find your Personal Narrative anchor chart printable? I love the watermelon versus seed sheets!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I love your Anchor Charts…the Watermelon and Seed was just what I was looking for…Thanks for sharing!!

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