A Plethora of Math Anchor Charts

Written by Donna Boucher

Donna has been a teacher, math instructional coach, interventionist, and curriculum coordinator. A frequent speaker at state and national conferences, she shares her love for math with a worldwide audience through her website, Math Coach’s Corner. Donna is also the co-author of Guided Math Workshop.

Today, it’s my pleasure to showcase the beautiful and creative anchor charts of Keisha Charles.  Keisha is a 2nd grade teacher at my school, and her anchor charts are pure artistry.  I’ll be honest, having spent my classroom years at the intermediate level, anchor charts were a little foreign to me when I first started working with primary teachers.  But oddly enough, I have found that even primary teachers who routinely make anchor charts for literacy work, often lack math anchor charts in their rooms.  The truth is, anchor charts help create a numerically rich environment, and they are great for ALL classrooms–primary and intermediate.  So, enjoy your walk through this art gallery, and if you want to read more about Keisha’s class, check out this post.  Oh, and Sunday is Keisha’s birthday, so you guys be sure and leave her a happy birthday wish!


  1. luckeyfrog

    These anchor charts are great! I’m wishing she had a blog so I could see more of her ideas 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    Luckeyfrog’s Lilypad

  2. Jennie McClendon

    AND when she teaches, she is just as specific (if not more)!

  3. Nancy Lynn Barth

    Happy Birthday, Keisha! Makes me wish I was back in the classroom. How many charts are up at any one time (reading, math, science, etc). Thanks

  4. Vivian S Plemons

    Thanks for sharing, these are great. Happy birthday.

  5. Teresa

    Thanks so much!!


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