10 Anchor Charts for Teaching Students About Making Connections

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Who doesn't love a good anchor chart?  Now - an anchor chart with a purpose?  That takes a little inspiration, and that's what this post is all about!

We all teach students about making connections at some point during the school year, so I wanted to give you some great examples of anchor charts that you can use with your own students at varying points of your instruction.

However, rather than just throw out 10 anchor charts about making connections at you without any intention, I've divided the post into three sections to help you plan your instruction on making connections:

  • Anchor charts to INTRODUCE making connections

  • Anchor charts to teach students to SHARE their connections

  • Anchor charts to help students to make DEEPER connections

Take a look!

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ANCHOR CHARTS TO INTRODUCE MAKING CONNECTIONS:

ANCHOR CHARTS TO HELP STUDENTS SHARE THEIR CONNECTIONS:

ANCHOR CHARTS TO HELP STUDENTS TO GO DEEPER WITH THEIR CONNECTIONS:

There you have it! 10 anchor charts - 10 steps closer to helping your students to become master connections!

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Want to take your anchor charts digital?

Like the idea of great looking anchor charts, but struggle to make them look like you imagine? I’ve put together some digital anchor slide templates with a variety of themes that you can “just add text” and pop into any lesson! Check them out below!