What writers Do anchor chart-- Inspired by Lucy Calkins Writer's workshop by Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten

What Writers Do! This is a basic anchor chart for Kindergarten and First grade teachers. Teachers can use this chart to teach students about what writer do before writing a story. It has pictures and basic words for students to read.

Reader's Workshop mini-lessons  for the first 30 days // Building a community of readers - I really really wish I was allowed to do reader's workshop!!! :(

Reader's Workshop mini-lessons for the first 30 days. building a community of readers (kindergarten, grade one)

Guided reading with non-readers or guided reading with kindergarten is simple with this lesson structure!

Guided Reading with Non-Readers

Teach Your Child to Read - Guided reading with non-readers or guided reading with kindergarten is simple with this lesson structure! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Respectful Reading Behaviors and Building Stamina

Yesterday we made the anchor chart for respectful reading behaviors. We talked about what each one meant and what it looked like. We talked .

Can just be a " reading contract" - shows expectations for reading time .

"Our Readers Workshop Contract" (anchor chart.) This site also has lots of sample anchor charts for reading and writing. I like this idea for Writer's Workshop too!

Reflecting on Reader's Workshop: Implementing Procedures: Anchor Charts

Reader's Workshop

Reflecting on Reader's Workshop: Implementing Procedures: Anchor Charts Looks Like, Sounds Like, and Feels Like

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