Anchor Charts

Sequencing Anchor Chart

Anchor charts are a highly effective teaching tool. They capture the most important content and strategies for learning. This includes rules, definitons, examples and all sorts of details students must memorize.

Students are attracted to the colorful displays. At a quick glance, students have information they need to complete tasks.

You don't have to be an artist to create anchor charts. In fact, simple illustrations without details are easier for students sitting a distance away to make out. 

I recommend changing anchor charts frequently. They are more effective if new anchor charts are displayed when skills are introduced or when students are practicing a particular skill. Take the anchor chart down and replace it with a new one when new skills are taught.   


Additional Sequencing Resources

Click on the links under the images to get the free printable, go to blog posts, and gather teaching materials to teach sequencing. 





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