This is a 109-page pack that includes digitally designed anchor charts for 3rd grade topics/concepts. You can print these and compile them into a notebook or you can hang them in your room when you're covering a certain topic/concept.
There are four subject areas covered:
- Language Arts/Writing
- Science/Social Studies
Here are the concepts covered in each area:
* Reading *
what readers do, where readers read, just right books, characters, setting, problem and solution, main idea and details, text connections, summary, theme vs. plot, fiction vs. nonfiction, reference materials, fluency, accuracy, comprehension, expression, point of view, narrator, sequence of events, author and illustrator, title page, table of contents, index, glossary, transition words, cause and effect
* Language Arts/Writing *
where writers write, the writing process, types of writing, synonyms and antonyms, rhyming words, blends, conjunctions, figurative language, capitalization, punctuation, commas, ABC order, subjects and predicates, types of sentences, simple vs. compound sentences, nouns, adjectives, verbs, possessive nouns, common vs. proper nouns, comparative and superlative adjectives, adverbs, prefixes, base words, suffixes, Latin and Greek roots, homophones, multiple meaning words, syllables, quotation marks
* Mathematics *
addition/subtraction with regrouping, rounding to the nearest ten/hundred, place value, odd and even numbers, standard form, expanded form, word problems, multiplication strategies, division strategies, missing/unknown factor, probability/reasonableness, linear measurement, mass/volume, area and perimeter, fractions, money, graphs, shapes, time, AM/PM, elapsed time, number patterns, lines, angles, triangles
* Science/Social Studies *
Paul Revere, Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, Mary McLeod Bethune, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Lyndon B. Johnson, Cesar Chavez, map grids, compass/directions, latitude and longitude, Equator and Prime Meridian, branches of national government, habitats, pollution, conservation, rocks, minerals, soil, fossils, magnets, heat, economics, landforms, timelines
The final page is a huge THANK YOU to all the fabulous artists who create clip art and fonts for all of us to use! Thank you to KPM Doodles, Ginger Snaps, Fancy Dog Studio, and First Grade a la Carte for their talents!!!
***Printing - if you're worried about using a bunch of color ink, try printing the pages in black and white. Print them on colored paper! That will save you TONS on colored ink! :)
I hope you and your students enjoy these anchor charts. They are a fabulous resource for review and mastery.