Genre anchor chart and free printables!
Part of the Common Core ELA Standards requires students to be able to read informational text and determine meaning. We think this reading note can be really handy and useful!
Teaching Fourth: Fairy Tales Anchor Chart
Theme Anchor Chart... I like that it mentions the author's purpose. - I like this template to use in my classroom over different stories.
Tons of great reading and writing anchor charts. Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos
The Teacher's Theory: Mystery Genre Vocabulary
Two Reflective Teachers: Book clubs http://www.amazon.com/Tapioca-Fire-Suzanne-Gilbert-ebook/dp/B00FYJQJDO/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1
The Advanced Version of Author's Purposed PIE.... Get PIE'ED!!! Anchors Away Monday
What do we find in a fairy tale? Use this anchor chart as part of your literacy instruction to teach genre characteristics in your elementary classroom
Theme Anchor Chart, Reading Notebook Anchor Charts at your students' fingertips! This resource included Elements of a Story, Goal Setting, Point of View, Genre Charts and so much more!