This post is all about anchor charts!  After looking through the 1500+ photos on my iPhone, I realized that I hadn’t shared a bunch of anchors with you… so I thought, why not put them all together in one post?!

I am including the anchors that I made this year and last {the ones I have pics of, at least}.  You may have seen some of them in previous blog posts.  And you may have seen versions of them all on Pinterest or blog hopping, since the majority were pinspired 🙂  Either way, enjoy a little anchor chart *eye candy* and feel free to borrow ideas!!

Let’s start!  We’re currently working on subtraction to 40, so this chart is perfect:

I created this one last year to review facts to 10, which always comes in handy:
A couple weeks ago we learned all about plants:

We’re always trying to spice up our writing with adjectives:

We used the following charts when learning about nouns and verbs:

Last year I whipped up these charts for Earth Day:

I also made this one during our weather unit last year:

These charts were useful during our Martin Luther King, Jr. study:

We warmed up with these polar charts as we studied eskimos, penguins, and polar bears:

These five senses, fire safety and Columbus charts were super helpful:

And last but not least on this anchor chart review… a little apple fun:

Wowzers!  That’s a lot of anchors!  I hope you are inspired by one or many! 🙂

Inspiration shout-outs:
The Groovy Grandma {Smartie-Arties}
*Some of the ideas came from pins that don’t lead to blog posts… if I missed you, let me know!!*

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