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Here are some of the pocket charts I have in my classroom or that I think I might like to have. :)
I can't live without my calendar pocket chart! This is soooo much easier than having to attach your calendar day cards to a calendar with velcro or sticky tack.
This pocket chart is great for scheduling, but also for holding lunch cards, behavior cards, etc.
I like these charts for journals or unfinished work. You could also use them for daily folders, writing workshop papers, etc.
I love my counting caddy! It's a bit different than these, but they serve the same purpose. This is perfect for beginning place value to help teach our Common Core State Standards and it's perfect for bundling groups of ten if Zero Hero comes to your school. :) When I get back to school, I show you something I did to make my numbers easier to handle.
I don't use the following pocket chart in my classroom, but a lot of other teachers in my building use this chart for behavior management.
I love that they made a horizontal pocket chart! I could see this one being very useful in that wasted space below my dry erase board or maybe handy below a SMART Board.
This chart looks perfect for learning centers/stations or maybe even your Daily Five rotation or Guided Reading group management.
I got this cute magnetic pocket to attach to my dry erase board.