Saturday, February 16, 2013

Math Anchor Charts...

Well I finally took some pictures of the Anchor Charts I have hanging up in my classroom.  I was so inspired by all of the teachers that have been sharing their ideas for Anchor Charts on their blogs and on Pinterest.  My 4th graders LOVE the charts, and we even do smaller versions of them in our Interactive Math Journals.


This is my Anchor Chart for the "Good Guys, Bad Guys" trick we use for Rounding.  They LOVE it!

"Good Guys, and Bad Guys."  =)


I found this idea on Pinterest too.  It is a great Anchor Chart for my 4th graders to access. 


Our Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. KWL Chart.


I found this one on Pinterest too, from the blog called "Thinking of Teaching." 


I love how this one turned out!  It was also a Pinterest Idea...


I wrote this chart after seeing the Poem on "Classroom Magic's" blog. 



My 4th graders went crazy for this Anchor Chart!  It came from Ms. Glantz.  She has a great blog.  =)



I am so happy that I finally posted some of the Anchor Charts I have been making.  Now, off to go check out Pinterest for more teaching ideas.  Have a wonderful weekend.

















































4 comments:

  1. Love your anchor charts - thanks for sharing! I really need to start using interactive math journals.

    Looking From Third to Fourth

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    1. I have so much fun making the anchor charts! The Interactive Math Journals have really helped my 4th graders and their scores on Math assessments. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I just followed your blog; it is wonderful! I will be back to visit it often. =)

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  2. As a 6th grade teacher, I love, love, love what you are doing in 4th! These charts are FABULOUS!!!

    Elizabeth
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    1. Thanks again Elizabeth. I just followed your blog, and I will be back to visit it again for Math ideas I can adapt for my 4th graders. I love using Math Interactive Journals. I have done a lot with mine this year, and my 4th graders' scores have increased.

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