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If you're using The Daily 5 in your classroom, you will want to teach your students the 3 Ways to Read a Book. This great anchor chart is something they will return to again and again!

If you're using The Daily 5 in your classroom, you will want to teach your students the 3 Ways to Read a Book. This great anchor chart is something they will return to again and again!

Have you seen this?? We shared why we have switched to doing the Daily 3 instead of the Daily 5 – and how it works in our classrooms!

Have you seen this?? We shared why we have switched to doing the Daily 3 instead of the Daily 5 – and how it works in our classrooms!

This I PICK anchor chart is just what your students need to support choosing a "Just Right" book during The Daily 5!

This I PICK anchor chart is just what your students need to support choosing a "Just Right" book during The Daily 5!

These are such time savers! Reading anchor charts for kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade! Pieces to make posters and individual student sizes included.

These are such time savers! Reading anchor charts for kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade! Pieces to make posters and individual student sizes included.

Using The Daily 5 in your classroom? Check out how I'm getting organized in my classroom!

Using The Daily 5 in your classroom? Check out how I'm getting organized in my classroom!

7 Amazing Anchor Charts | Scholastic.com  The Teacher: Teresa Potosky, first-grade teacher, Dumont, New Jersey, and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher The Inspiration: “We create our anchor charts 
as a class,” says Potosky, who worked with her students to produce these charts while studying
a unit that covered nouns and adjectives. “My students give me words or pictures to include. Often, they will give me ideas that never even crossed my mind.

7 Amazing Anchor Charts | Scholastic.com The Teacher: Teresa Potosky, first-grade teacher, Dumont, New Jersey, and blogger at A Cupcake for the Teacher The Inspiration: “We create our anchor charts as a class,” says Potosky, who worked with her students to produce these charts while studying
a unit that covered nouns and adjectives. “My students give me words or pictures to include. Often, they will give me ideas that never even crossed my mind.

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