Monday, August 11, 2014

Ready for Anchor Charts


Instead of buying new ribbon to outline my anchor charts, I decided to use the yards and yards of white border I had in my classroom. #winning

I am only teaching writing, math, and social studies this year. My teammate will be in charge of reading and science! I am pretty excited about it.


Yay! I sewed my new curtains yesterday at my parent's house and I think they work well in the space. I am so glad to have the cluttered shelves covered.


A great place to hang our work.


I will be pointing to this board pretty often.
"Mrs. Morris, I'm done. What should I do now?"


I saw place value bubbles on Pinterest and knew I had to make them.
This was my inspiration:


Click to view her post.

Click HERE to download the place value bubbles. Please leave me a comment if you download them. I like knowing they are being used.

I will be back at school tomorrow. There are always things to do. I am almost ready to start making copies for Back to School Night! Our teacher inservice begins this Friday, so I only have a few days of summer left.

7 comments :

Raye said...

LOVE the Place Value Bubbles! My kiddos can NEVER remember their place value. Hopefully this will help :)

I love how you have set up your wall for anchor charts. I may have to do that! I have a HUGE back wall that doesn't have much on it....but this has given me some ideas. I will have to see if I can make it happen haha!

Sherry said...

I am going to share with a Grade 4 teaching friend. I know she'll appreciate this great idea!

Anonymous said...

So excited to put up the place value bubbles! It will help my students!

McCumbee Talent Development said...

Thank you for the place value cards :)
McCumbee Talent Development

Amanda said...

Everything in your classroom looks great! I definitely downloaded those place value bubbles. #awesome
Thanks for sharing!

Amanda
The Teaching Thief

Unknown said...

These place value bubbles are exactly what I was looking for!! Thank you so much for sharing! They are a great visual for my students who need that extra support. Love them!

Happyteacher said...

Thank you. This is a wonderful resource. I cannot wait to hang it in my room.

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