You will LOVE this BUNDLE of anchor charts that goes along with each story of the week for the entire school year!
There is one page outlining the stories for each unit with the skills taught and at least 2 anchor charts per story.
1.1 Sam, Come Back!
Character and Setting, Monitor and Clarify
1.2 Pig in a Wig
1.3 The Big Blue Ox
Character and Setting, Visualize
1.4 A Fox and a Kit
Main Idea & Details, Important Ideas
1.5 Get the Egg!
Main Idea & Details, Story Structure
1.6 Animal Park
Cause and Effect, Text Structure
2.1 A Big Fish for Max
2.2 The Farmer in the Hat
Cause and Effect, Monitor and Clarify
2.3 Who Works Here?
Author’s Purpose, Important Ideas
2.4 The Big Circle
2.5 Life in the Forest
Author’s Purpose, Background Knowledge
2.6 Honey Bees
Compare and Contrast, Questioning
3.1 A Place to Play
3.2 Ruby in Her Own Time
Compare and Contrast, Inferring
3.3 The Class Pet
Fact or Opinion, Monitor and Clarify
3.4 Frog and Toad Together
Author’s Purpose, Visualize
3.5 I’m a Caterpillar
Fact or Opinion, Text Structure
3.6 Where Are My Animal Friends?
Draw conclusions, Background knowledge
4.1 Mama’s Birthday Present
Draw Conclusions, Monitor and Clarify
4.3 A Trip to Washington, D.C.
Important Ideas, Facts and Details
4.4 A Southern Ranch
Facts and Details, Questioning
4.5 Peter’s Chair
Theme, Story Structure
4.6 Henry and Mudge and Mrs. Hopper’s House
Cause and Effect, Predict and Set Purpose
5.1 Tippy-Toe Chick, Go!
Character, Setting, Plot, Monitor and Clarify
5.2 Mole and the Baby Bird
Draw Conclusions, Background Knowledge
5.3 Dot and Jabber
Compare and Contrast, Monitor and Clarify
5.4 A Simple Machines
Main Idea and Details, Summarize
5.5 Alexander Graham Bell: a Great Inventor
Sequence, Text Structure
5.6 The Stone Garden
They are great for your reading focus wall!
Every page has the unit-story labeled so you can file them and get them out when you need them!