Thursday, July 10, 2014

Showing Evidence Freebies

Hi y'all! I got an early start on working in the classroom this morning and I finished my evidence board. We are constantly working on ways to show evidence to back up a response or answer, so I wanted to have some reference cards somewhere in the room for the kids to refer to. I love how it turned out! Simple, but it works! I found and copied this amazing chart here. I think it will really help my kids this year. Be sure and download your free copy of the colored term posters here. :)

***I'll be back tomorrow with a FABULOUS giveaway!!! Don't miss it y'all!







13 comments:

  1. Thanks so much! Love Them! =)

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  2. Love your evidence bulletin board! Such a great idea!

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  3. Your classroom looks great! WOW!

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  4. This is amazing! Could you please tell me what font is used in the title, "Good Readers Show Evidence"? It is one of those things that I know would bring a smile to my face each day if I used it in my classroom! Thanks so much for your help!

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  5. These are beautiful! Your class is beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing :) .

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  6. Thank you! These will be great in helping my third grade kiddos use evidence to support their written responses!

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  7. Vanilla Heaven - the font is KG Only*Hope - you can find it on dafont.com

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  8. Ahh-- thank you so much!!! I'm going into my classroom tomorrow to start decorating!

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  9. I was wondering where you got the font for, Good Readers Show Evidence?

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  10. I was wondering where you got the font for, Good Readers Show Evidence?

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  11. How do we download the evidence based posters?

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  12. I'll bet you're a FUN teacher. Just love all the color and creativity you put into your work. A good teacher, in my humble opinion, contributes 85% of a child's learning experience. My grandson had a HORRIBLE teacher who almost destroyed his love of learning. He went from being a bright, excited to learn child to a withdrawn, sullen one. He lost pride in his work and it just broke my heart. I'm homeschooling him now and he's back to his bubbly self, LOVING school again. Wish he'd had a teacher like you :)

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