# Math and Literacy Anchor Chart Mega Bundle

Anchor chart templates galore! This is the COMPLETE collection of math and literacy anchor charts and quick reference guides to use with your students during literacy, ELA, and math lessons. These math, reading, figurative language, and informational text structures anchor chart templates are inspired by the well-loved anchor charts I have featured on my blog for years.

How To Use These Math and Literacy Anchor Charts:

• As a template to create a literacy anchor chart with your class
• As a printable quick reference guide
• Print and bind or staple for quick reference

• To print and glue into interactive notebooks
• As mini anchor charts during centers

This massive set of 124 anchor charts is the perfect reference set for ANY upper elementary classroom.

Read below for all skills/topics covered in these charts.

Figurative Language Anchor Charts:

• Similes
• Metaphors
• Onomatopoeia
• Alliteration
• Personification
• Allusion
• Hyperbole
• Oxymoron
• STUDENT anchor charts of all 8 types of figurative language with space to add notes
• 2 SINGLE-PAGE REFERENCE guides featuring all 8 types of figurative language

Informational Text Structures Anchor Charts:

• What is a text structure?
• Description
• Compare & Contrast
• Order & Sequence
• Problem & Solution
• Cause & Effect
• A low-color version of all templates that is perfect for student notebooks
• A reference poster that includes all 5 types of informational text structures on a single page
• Author’s Purpose
• Cause and Effect (2 charts)
• Character Traits vs. Feelings
• Character Conflict
• Commonly Confused Words
• Comparing and Contrasting
• Comparing Texts
• Comprehension Questions (Literal vs. Inferential)
• Comprehension Questions – How to Answer
• Context Clues (2 charts)
• Coordinating Conjunctions
• Three P’s of Written Response
• Elements of Poetry
• Fact vs. Opinion
• Firsthand vs. Secondhand Accounts
• Independent Reading Response (2 charts)
• Morphology
• Literal vs. Inferential Observations
• Nouns
• Plot Structure
• Point of View
• Quotations and Dialogue (2 charts)
• Restating the Question
• Sequencing
• Showing Evidence
• Story Elements
• Story Elements: Setting
• Summarizing, Paraphrasing, Quoting
• Text Features
• Theme
• Theme vs. Main Idea
• Topic Sentence Starters
• Verbs
• Working in Groups
• Writing Summaries (2 charts)

53 anchor charts covering nearly every math skill in grades 3-5. In TWO levels.

An Introductory Math Set (19 Skills – Ideal for 3rd grade)

• Place Value
• Rounding Whole Numbers
• Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division Vocabulary
• Addition and Subtraction With Regrouping
• Multiplication and Division With Strategies
• Basic Fractions
• Comparing Fractions
• Patterns
• Perimeter and Area
• Customary Measurement
• Types of Graphs
• Elapsed Time
• Classifying Polygons
• Classifying Polygons
• Classifying Triangles
• Types of Angles
• Types of Lines

An Advanced Math Set (6 Anchor Charts – Ideal for 4th and 5th)

• Decimal Place Value
• Rounding Decimals
• Factors, Multiples, Prime and Composite Numbers
• Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers
• Interpreting Remainders
• Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
• Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents
• Equivalent Fractions
• Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
• Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
• Numerical Expressions
• Order of Operations
• Coordinate System
• Perimeter, Area, and Volume
• Measurement Conversions (Customary and Metric)
• Patterns
• Line Plots
• Types of Angles

What are teachers saying about the resources in this bundle?

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This was such a helpful resource for my students. I used the text structure anchor charts as reference material for my students as we learned each new skill. It was easy for them to follow and provided good visual representation of each skill.” – Alison J. (Informational Text Structures Anchor Charts)

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This year we touched on figurative language from the beginning of the school year and throughout, so my students had some knowledge of figurative language. The anchor charts are a great resource that they keep in their notebooks. I wish I used it from the beginning of the year. – Darlene G. (Figurative Language Anchor Charts)

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I'm a first year teacher, and these are amazing! I was an interim teacher in a second grade classroom for the spring semester, but they hired me full-time in August. I'm now in a 4th grade classroom and I was struggling with anchor chart ideas! Thank goodness I found this resource. Not only is it helping my students, it's helping ME remember all of these math skills I haven't used in years. Thank you!!” – Teaching Mrs. Harris (Math Anchor Charts)