Friday, March 18, 2011

More Anchor Charts!

Whew! What a week! The first week back after a short one is always crazy! But, it was okay because we were reading "Olivia" by Ian Falconer this week in Reading! (I teach from Treasures, and it can be boring :( so this was exciting!) Thanks to Leslie Ann over at Life in First Grade, I bought her Olivia unit and used the pattern to make those adorable Olivia pigs!

Our skill this week was fantasy vs. reality, so we attached our graphic organizer. Click here for the organizer:

I also have two anchor charts to share! I made one for long o (oa, ow) and one for fantasy and reality. By the way, I copied the pictures out of a book. I promise I am not that good of an artist! :)

Enjoy! Happy Friday!

-Ms. Thomas

6 notes to the teacher:


Great stuff! I love it. Thanks for sharing. I just became a follower :)


Looks great, but I can't get the reality vs. fantasy to download.

Ms. Thomas

I'm sorry Angie! Google docs has been really hating me lately! I can email it to ya if you would like!


The mind is a great philosopher. And life is not a philosophy, life is a reality. And philosophy is an escape from reality; philosophy means thinking. Life is, there is no question of thought. You can simply jump into it. You can simply experience it. Visit my site for more information.Thank you.


Thanks to the writer of this article. I appreciate your effort in making this informational blogs. I know it's not easy to do this but you have done a really great job. Congrats. I'm pretty sure your readers enjoying it a lots.



An interesting dialogue is price comment. I feel that it's best to write extra on this topic, it might not be a taboo subject but usually individuals are not sufficient to speak on such topics. To the next. Cheers best online casinos

Post a Comment