Recently, our school district has asked that we have Anchor Charts present in our rooms. An Anchor Chart is usually a class-made list or poster of rules and regs that the students have to follow. And since they helped to create them, they would feel as if they "owned" those rules. Anchor Charts can also be related to a particular subject matter or topic currently being taught.
In Kinder, our Anchor Charts are different because of the grade level, and the fact that we're just beginning to read. Since we're currently reviewing letter names and sounds, this is our Anchor Chart for the letter Bb.
Every child was given a catalog. As a class, we looked through them, searching for a picture of a word that begins with the /b/ sound. When we found one, we wrote the word on this chart and added the picture!