Charting the Past: A Table of Contents

With the official arrival of summer and the 4th of July already come and gone, we here at Chartchums began to reflect on the past year by looking back over the 30 posts since the publication of our book Smarter Charts (Heinemann, 2012). We feel so fortunate to have so many supporters and to have met so many of you this year. We thought it might be fun to have a “Top Ten” list of favorite posts or  to do a “Best Of” chart photos, but as we continued to think what would be most useful to teachers we came to the conclusion that simple might be best. A simple Table of Contents to help you find what you need when you need it, just like a good chart. We hope you agree and we definitely hope you find it helpful.

Chartchums 2012-2013 School Year Table of Contents

August 2012



September 2012

October 2012




November 2012



December 2012


January 2013



February 2013



March 2013


April 2013

Words are like a paintbrush


May 2013



June 2013


Happy Charting!

Marjorie & Kristi


4 Comments on “Charting the Past: A Table of Contents”

  1. Robin says:

    Thank you for this content-rich summary of the charting posted on your blog during the 2012-2013 school year. It is a chart in and of itself. :+)

  2. Laura McAuliffe says:

    Thank you! It will be so much easier to search for that great teaching poster idea now.

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