08 July 2013

Monday Made It - July 8th


Before I head back out to enjoy my vacation, I am linking up with 4th Grade Frolics for their Monday Made It linky party.

This week I actually worked on some of the neat ideas I found on Pinterest.   I am constantly pinning cute ideas.   I will save them to my board hoping one day to get to them.  Some of the ideas I find a lot is different teachers pinning their anchor charts.  My goal was to buy chart paper and write/draw some of these anchor charts up.   Well I bought the chart paper several months ago {try like 6months ago}, but it has been sitting in my work space.  So I decided to break it out and get busy drawing up some of these anchor charts.   I would like to say I came up with all these ideas by myself, but that I did not.   They are all pinned from teachers, pinning other teachers, and so on.   If you would like to find the links to the original ideas or see all the other neat ideas I have pinned on Pinterest then click my "P" button below.



So these are the anchor charts I have worked on so far.



I really liked this anchor chart for solving math problems.  I like that it shows the kids a variety of ways to solve a problem.






I like this anchor chart because it has a catchy poem about quotation marks that I think will be easy for the kids to remember.   I also like it because it provides cues for other words that signal someone is speaking.   Kids usually catch on that the word "said" means you will need quotation marks, but a lot of times they don't realize that there are other words that provide cues as well.



I like this adverb chart a lot!!!!   I always notice that my kids have such a hard time identifying adverbs in a sentence.   I think this anchor chart breaks it down.   I like how I can have it up in my class to provide as a visual aid.

So there you have it, my Monday Made It!  Anchor charts that will provide as visual aids in my classroom.   I plan on adding much more.  Thanks for taking a peek.  Be sure to follow me on Bloglovin'!





24 comments:

  1. I need to take the time to make some cute anchor charts like you.

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    1. I hope to add a few more to my chart tablet!!

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  2. Hi Jamie~I just found you blog via the linky and your design is so precious! I just clicked to follow you on Bloglovin. :) It's nice to meet you and have a fabulous time on vacation! :)
    ~Brandee
    Creating Lifelong Learners

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    1. Thanks so much. I had a little help getting my blog setup. I used The Cutest Blog on the Block. Some of it I did myself and some they helped out with. I am on my way to follow you now. Thanks for stopping by.
      Jamie

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  3. Your anchor charts look great! Enjoy your vacation! :)

    Sarah
    A Sunny Day in First Grade

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by.
      Jamie

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  4. Glad I'm not the only one with chart paper at home to make new charts :) I pinned several that I want to make too! Hope mine turn out as cute as yours. Happy vacation :)

    Erin

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I hope to add a few more to my chart tablet.

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  5. Those charts are super cute! I hope you have a fabulous vacation! :D

    Brittany

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    1. Thanks!!!! I appreciate you stopping by!!!
      Jamie

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  6. I love your Anchor Charts. I think I amy have pinned your Math one to my board as well. I better get busy.
    Enjoy your vacation. I am your newest follower. I like the name of your Blog. :)

    Debbie

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      Jamie

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  8. I always pin anchor charts and never end up making them - thanks for the inspiration! They look fabulous :)

    Kristina
    Mrs. Z & Company

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    1. I know what you mean about pinning things and not getting around to it. It is because we stay so busy. Thanks for stopping by!!
      Jamie

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  9. Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I'm your newest follower.

    my second grade journal

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    1. Good!!! I can't wait to share ideas!!!
      Jamie

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  10. I pinned that first math anchor chart months ago and never got around to making it! Looks GREAT!

    Britney
    Tailor-made Teaching

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      Jamie

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  11. Oh how I love anchor charts. I need to definitely go through all my pins of them on pinterest and make sure to actually remember to use them this year! That's my problem though... I'm a great pinner! I just forget what's there since there's so much. :) Thanks for sharing!

    Amanda
    Reaching for the TOP!

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  12. Hey Jamie, I hope you're having fun on your vacation. I nominated you for the Liebster Award. I hope you can fill it out when you get back! :)
    <3 Alison
    Check it out here:
    Nomination for Liebster Award

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    1. Oh, you are so sweet. I will do it for sure when I get back. It is to hard trying to work it from my iPhone. I need a normal computer. Again thanks so much, I really appreciate it!!
      Jamie

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  13. Great idea to work on these at home. I need to run to our local Parent Teacher Store and pick up a chart tablet. While I do want to create them with the students, it's hard to make them "cute" during the lesson. Maybe I could just get it started this summer and then we can find it and finish the chart during the year when we get to that lesson. Cute blog!!!

    Renee J
    Growing a Teacher

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  14. Check it out! I nominated you for the Liebster Award! Come to my blog to see what it's all about!

    Brittany
    tractorstoteaching.blogspot.com

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