Organized Learning

Pocket Charts

Make pocket charts a more important part of your students' learning by placing one in the reading center area. Have sets of pocket chart activities ready for your kids to use. These sets should be ones that you have already used with the whole class, so students will be familiar with the words and/or activities. Students love using pocket charts on their own, or with partners, and it's a fun way for them to learn reading skills.

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Three Wise People
Note Taking Skills
Vocab Pockets
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Class Calendar
Music Sign-up Sheet
Musical Names
Class Thesaurus
Homework Check-off Sheet
Teacher Simulation
Coffee Can Phonics
Word and Logic Problem Box
Writing Process
Custom SRA Sets
Test Stress
Running Records
Homework Station
Plants Paradise
Spelling Journals
Action Card Charades
Book Themes
Word Labels
Author Study
DJ for a Day
Today In History
Monthly Calendars
Lovely Rivers
Computer Cards
Class Pet
New Books
KWL Chart
Homework Instruction
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Weekly Graphs
Room Labels
Snack Time Math
Geography Fun
Word Wall
Current Events
Homework Problems
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