Teach Your Child to Read - I had a few friends ask how I organize and plan for my Wonders weeks/months. This is my outline. I made it a couple years ago. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
This is a set of grammar center activities that I created to go along with the skills covered in Unit 2 of the Reading Wonders series. Each activity includes directions, activity and a worksheet. Skills covered include: Basic Nouns Common and Proper
Reading Wonders Curriculum in my Classroom (with freebies)
Teach Your Child to Read - My school has recently adopted the McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders Program. This is our first year using the program, and there has been a bi. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
McGraw Hill Reading Wonders 1st Grade Home/School Connection Letters These newsletters give parents a break down of what their child will be learning for the week. Includes: high frequency words, spelling words, essential question, comprehension strategy, comprehension skill and suggestions on how to practice each item. Great way to keep parents informed!!!!
McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders EDITABLE First Grade Weekly Newsletter Pack - UNIT 1
These pages are designed to accompany the small group section (guided reading section) of the First Grade addition of McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders for Unit 1 (Weeks 1-5). Each weeks lesson has 4 days worth of resources and covers ALL 3 groups- approaching, on level and beyond.