Use these digital anchor charts to introduce and reinforce your reading strategies. See a preview here.
Which reading skills are included?
- Main Idea
- Character Traits
- Asking Questions
- Story Elements
- Drawing Conclusions
- Compare and Contrast
- Cause and Effect
- Point of View
- Author’s Purpose
- Making Connections
Why digital charts?
Since your students may not be able to see your posters on your wall, or are not able to move around your classroom freely to review them, making your charts digital is the answer! Not only can you share them during a Zoom call or Google Meet, you can assign them to your students during literacy stations.
How do I use digital anchor charts?
Add each chart to your Seesaw account or Google Slides with one click. Use them as a stand-alone activity to introduce the reading strategy, or insert slides after the anchor chart to continue the activity. Here are some articles on how to make digital anchor charts with Seesaw, Google Slides, and Powerpoint.
Where can I find more for my reading station?
Click here to find all the reading resources you need for individual reading stations or whole group instruction. You will find activities for specific reading strategies, as well as rich text and stories using reading skills.