BRIGHT IDEAS is back!!! I love this link up because it’s about good ‘ol fashion tips and tricks. This months tip is all about anchor charts. I love them!!! I’m not necessarily good at making them. Mine are always pretty basic but they get the point across. Last year, I kept my anchor chart on an easel towards the front of my room. This year, my class size has doubled and my room is cramped. I have no space.
When I had to get rid of my easel this year due to lack of space I was so sad because I had no idea where I was going to put my anchor chart pad. I came home and was complaining to my husband. I didn’t think he was listening to a word I was saying because I was getting that head nod that husbands do when they act like their listening. LOL The next day, he comes home with these magnetic hooks that he got from Lowes and said, I got these so you could hang your anchor chart paper on you whiteboard. Seriously!! He is the best ya’ll! #besthubbyever
Check them out!
*Told you my charts are super simple :)*
He got these hooks from Lowes. They were super cheap. I have two of them. Each magnet is holds up to 9 pounds. That’s alotta paper y’all!
They hold my ENTIRE anchor chart pad up on my white board and not just a single sheet.
I could not have asked for a better solution. If you don’t have a Lowes near you, you can get them online here or check your local hardware store.
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