Saturday, February 9, 2013

Blogger Failure

It's official! I am a blogger failure! I started this blog way back during my summer vacation with the best intentions to post frequently throughout the school year with insights into my classroom. Once school started, life got in the way, and I have not posted a thing since August! Yes... I am a blogging failure! I don't know how so many of you do it! Being a mom, a wife, and a teacher implementing the new Common Core Standards, I have found no time to dedicate to this blog. I'm so sad because I have found so many great ideas through fellow bloggers, Pinterest, and Teachers Pay Teachers that I was hoping to give back through this blog.

With all that said, I thought I would create a post with many of my anchor charts I have implemented into my classroom this year. My students LOVE our anchor charts... and I do too! Thanks to all of you that have shared your anchor chart ideas through the many virtual outlets. If it wasn't for these references, there is no way I could come up with these ideas on my own.


 This anchor chart was inspire by the amazing Nicole Shelby and her unit on Poetry, Prose, and Drama! 
Check it out at her TPT Store HERE!

 This Cause & Effect anchor chart was actually create by my wonderful teacher friend that teaches right next door to me! I just fell in love with it and plan to implement it into my classroom soon!

I loved this unit I created on Character Perspective using the fantastic book Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne! The kids had a blast with it!

I do have more anchor charts that I plan to post soon! I will try my best to become a better blogger and post more frequently! Thanks again for following!

1 comment:

  1. You are definitely not a failure! What some great anchor charts! I hope that you don't mind that I pinned a few of them to one of my pinterest boards! I will have to borrow your last chart and make a similar chart for my class when I share Voices in the Park with my students! I can't wait to see your other creations!

    Teaching Fourth