McGraw Hill Wonders Reading Series Focus Wall {3rd Grade}

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Set up your classroom focus wall or bulletin board with these McGraw Hill Wonders Reading Series posters. There are posters for almost everything you will be teaching each week to display for student reference including vocabulary words, genres, comprehension strategies, grammar skills and much much more! Students will easily be able to look at your focus wall to remember what skill they are learning that week, what their words for the week are, and the meanings with examples of the skills for the week. This can be a life saver if you are working in small groups and need something for them to reference when you aren't available.

***If you do not use the Wonders Program you can still use this packet and just exclude the spelling and vocab words. Check out the skills included below***

This bundle includes everything you need for your focus wall for the entire year.

Types of posters included are genre (2 versions), comprehension skill, comprehension strategy, grammar, phonics, essential questions, spelling words, vocabulary words, vocabulary strategy and header cards (4 versions) to set your board up.

Download the preview for a sample of each included item. Below is a detailed list of each type of poster (excluding essential questions, spelling and vocab words). These skills, words, and strategies come straight from the Wonders program.

What better way to make sure your students know and remember exactly what they are learning during the week.

***Note-if there is a certain skill/strategy you need included email me at heatherperkins7910@gmail.com and I will see about adding it for you***

18 genre posters with two versions to choose from:

fantasy

fiction

non-fiction

mystery

science fiction

historical fiction

realistic fiction

poetry

folktale

fairytale

tall tale

myth

legend

fable

narrative non-fiction

expository text

biography

autobiography

16 Vocabulary Strategy posters:

root words

context clues

prefixes

suffixes

synonyms

antonyms

idioms

homophones

greek and latin roots

figurative language

homographs

using a thesaurus

using a dictionary/glossary

compound words

metaphors

multiple meaning words

5 comprehension strategy posters:

reread

visualize

ask/answer questions

make predictions

summarize

14 comprehension skill posters:

main topic

main idea

key details

character

setting

plot/events

author’s purpose

sequence

cause and effect

compare and contrast

point of view

theme

problem/solution

author’s point of view

48 grammar skill posters:

prepositions

prepositional phrases

pronouns

adverbs

adjectives that compare

adjectives

demonstratives

articles

pronoun-verb agreement

possessive pronouns

contractions

irregular verbs

helping verbs

linking verbs

the verb have

present tense verbs

past tense verbs

future tense verbs

action verbs

possessive nouns

noun

singular plural

expanding sentences

combining and rearranging

sentences

imperative

predicate

subject

command

exclamatory

interrogative

declarative

questions

statements

sentence

sentence fragment

simple sentence

compound sentence

common/proper noun

irregular plural

collective

singular possessive noun

quotation marks

subject-verb agreement

abbreviation

object/subject pronoun

complex sentence

100 phonics posters (4 per page):

short a/e/i/o/u

long a/e/i/o/u

inflectional endings -ed, -ing, -es

Final E

Plurals -s, -es

Compound words

Plurals y to i

long a sounds a_e, ai, ay, ei, eigh, ey

long e sounds e_e ee , ea, ie, y, ey

long i sounds i_e, y, igh, ie

long o sounds o_e, oa, ow, oe

long u sounds u_e, ew, ue

singular and plural possessives

contractions

Prefixes pre, mis, un, re, dis, non

suffix y, ly, less, able, ness, ful

soft c and g

consonant diagraphs ch , -tch, sh, ph, th, -ng, wh

three letter blends

silent letters: wr- , kn- , gn- , -mb , sc-

r-controlled vowels: er, ir, ur, or, ore, oar, ar, eer, ere, ear, are, air

Diphthongs: oi, oy, ow, ou

Related Roots

Plural words

homophones

-er

-est

closed and open syllables

Consonant + le

vowel team syllables

Don't forget to download the preview for a sample of everything! The preview shows a second grade pack but is just to give you an idea of what the cards look like.

2nd grade version can be found here:

Complete Wonders Focus Wall Materials {2nd Grade}

1st grade version can be found here:

Complete Wonders Focus Wall Materials {1st Grade}

4th grade version can be found here:

Complete Wonders Focus Wall Materials {4th Grade}

5th grade version can be found here:

Complete Wonders Focus Wall Materials {5th Grade}

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Provide a sense of closure.
Use temporal words and phrases to signal event order.
Use dialogue and descriptions of actions, thoughts, and feelings to develop experiences and events or show the response of characters to situations.
Establish a situation and introduce a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
Provide a concluding statement or section.

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