To make this anchor chart, I found a copy of a nonfiction book that I had in my classroom and did the unthinkable: I cut it apart! I debated several minutes before I actually took my scissors and began cutting, but after I saw the end result of the chart and after the students oohed and awed over it, I knew that this book was benefiting the students much more as an anchor chart than it had on my shelf. No regrets. I used this anchor chart as a class introduction to expository nonfiction and the students referred to it in several activities that we did in class. I'm very pleased with the results.
I am linking up with Deb at Crafting Connections for her Monday linky, "Anchors Away."
Finally, be sure to visit my store Tuesday and Wednesday for TpT Teachers 2 day sale! This would be a great time to purchase some of my borders, clipart, or my Owl About My School Year packet. Simply click on my TpT store icon at the top of the page.