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Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE

Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Wonders McGraw-Hill Readers Response Pages for Kindergarten Big Books BUNDLE
Product Description
Here are Readers Response pages for ALL the big books in the McGraw-Hill Wonders Series for Kindergarten. There are 10 Units in the series and each unit has 3 stories. (I also included the ABC Smart Start Story Big Book for the first week.) Each Big Book story has 4 questions to think and respond to. I usually do one a day....


You will notice that the set up of the response pages change as you progress through the different units. This is to accommodate the students as they grow as writers.

Units 1-4 have 4 boxes to a page. The students illustrate their answers. Later they can add labels and write key words.

Units 5-7 have 2 questions to a page to give them room to answer in a complete sentence.

And finally, Units 8-10 have one question per page. Now they have more room to elaborate and explain their answers when writing!

I hope your students love these as much as mine do! (They always ask me for more room to write!)


You can check out my store for Unit 1 as a FREEBIE!
You can also purchase each unit separately or purchase the Bundle and save money.

This is a Bundle with the entire series of Kindergarten Big Books!


Happy Reading!


This file was made on a MAC. If you have any problems opening the zip file and finding all the stories, please try the following steps suggested by TPT's Tech support:

The ZIP file was created on a Mac, and Apple's compression software adds an extra folder and files that can make it tricky to extract the zip using Windows. Here's what you can do:

Move the unopened ZIP folder to your desktop.
Right-click on the unopened ZIP folder.
Choose "Extract All" from the menu that opens
Choose a destination. This is the folder where you want to keep the unzipped files.
Click “Extract”.


After extraction is complete, a new folder window will open containing the files inside the zip. If you see a folder named "_MACOSX", you can delete or ignore it. Those files are created when the zip is created on a Mac.
Total Pages
70 pages
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