|This is our R-U-G that we do A LOT of different activities on. The most|
important thing we do is have our "rug time" which is our meeting time.
- Make sure you don't display too many; if you do, they all get lost and become invisible.
- Make them WITH the children (at least brainstorm the information with them!).
- Only put the most important information on them. Again, too much info becomes invisible.
- Use picture clues when possible.
- Make it visually appealing.
- I use actual enlarged pictures from the photocopier when I can, showing the expectation. (You will see an example of this during the next chapter which I happen to be hosting :) ).
- Hang them in a place for all to see and refer to, obviously.
- Here is an example of a simple anchor chart that explains the concept through pictures and minimal words, which is perfect for kindergarten-aged children:
|This book box is from the blog Kindergarten, Kindergarten.|
Click on the picture for more classroom organizing ideas.