Anchor Chart Pack – Finished/Uploaded!

I hope everyone is enjoying their holidays with family and friends!
We had to come home early because the hubby had to work.  And my sister is stuck for two extra days at my parents house since the blizzard is taking over the NE.  She’ll fly back to DC Friday morning.
I’ve been working on the anchor chart pack for a while now.  I wanted it to be absolutely perfect!  Here are some pics of anchor charts I’ve drawn in the past:

The digitally-designed anchor chart pack is finally finished and uploaded.  :)

The pack can be printed and put into a notebook.  
Or you hang the anchor charts as you get to each topic/concept.
Click on any of the pictures to check it out in more detail.  I’ve listed EVERY topic/concept in the description.  This way you know exactly what you’re buying.
The pack is also listed in my TpT and TN stores.

I’m going to print mine out in black and white on colored paper.  I’m going to put them all in a huge binder with dividers so my kids can find them easily.

Here’s an awesome anchor chart linky party!

Thanks Katie for hosting!

Comments

  1. Goodness, woman. You've been busy. This looks great!

    The Math Penguin

  2. Thanks so much for linking up! I just added this to my Wishlist!

  3. Haha, I have! And thank you! :)

  4. Thanks for hosting! :)

  5. Hi Dana! Not sure if you are interested in another linky party BUT I am hosting a New Year Linky Party at my blog http://teachingisagift.blogspot.ca/2012/12/2013-new-year-linky-party.html and I love your anchor charts. They would be perfect for starting the New Year in almost any elementary grade. If you have the time and desire, please come and join the fun!

  6. Those look so great! Are you still planning on co-creating a large anchor chart as a class and then putting the smaller one in the binder, or just rely on your smaller one? In the past I tried to take photos of them and put them in a binder, but always forget.

  7. Thanks, Ellen! I will definitely still create larger ones on chart paper during class with student participation. Great question!

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