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Are you looking to expand your collection of short informational text perfect for close reading? Text that you and your students can read and reread in one session? If so, then I think you will love this first volume of articles in a new Informational Text series of mine called Hello 411. I wrote
Back to school first day or first week activity for classroom rules and procedures: "Can I Chew Gum in Class?" and other questions students ask the first week of schoolThis IS included in the following mega bundle: ALL of my BACK TO SCHOOL RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE.Instead of simply reading your rule
Make Close Reading Easy with this toolkit, jam-packed with posters, graphic organizers, discussion starters, writing prompts and plenty of close reading strategies and teaching tips. These resources will work with any informational (nonfiction) text and to address all of the Common Core RI standard
This 3-day Making Inferences Mini-Unit provides numerous opportunities to develop the skill of inferring. Through creative activities like Inference Charades, Top Secret Tips Puzzle, “Inside the Principal’s Files,” and Whose Locker is This?, students develop their inferring skills while they are ac
Common Core Standards Graphic Organizers for Reading Notebooks Grades 6, 7, 8 - Use with Any Fiction & Informational Texts NEWLY UPDATED! This bundle of organizers has 50 new pages added! Total of 92 organizers, plus 10 bonus pages.EDITABLE ORGANIZERS HERE:Google Drive Literature Graphic Organi
How many times are students asked to identify the main idea in a reading passage? You would think that they would be masters at finding the main the idea by now. However, many students still struggle with identifying the main idea and supporting details in their reading (and many teachers are in s
NOW WITH A DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM OPTION FOR DISTANCE LEARNING.Get your readers ENGAGED with this ELA escape room in one of the things they often say they don't like... reading nonfiction. Great for STAAR prep and test prep! My students are begging for more, simply because the content is all related t
Teaching students how to summarize can be a daunting task. Often, it’s one of the hardest reading strategies for students to grasp. That’s where this mini-unit comes in. Filled with summarizing reading passages, worksheets, and graphic organizers, this unit is a great way to teach students how to
**ALL GRADE 5-6 STANDARDS** Close-reading ready! Engaging, lengthy, and meaningful standards-based non-fiction passages and assessments for ALL TWENTY Common Core Informational Text Standards in Grades 5-6 in ONE bundle of 20 teacher-friendly and student-friendly printables! PLEASE NOTE: These leng
Celebrate Veterans Day in a meaningful and engaging way! This resource includes two activities. One activity is a Fact Hunt and Veterans Day Doodle Infographic. The other activity is an acrostic poem. With these activities, students will learn about the history of Veterans Day, interesting facts
5 STARS "So perfect! We started doing Close Reading activities and I am super happy with this product because I can use it in class AND send as homework, but most of all because it is already differentiated! Which is how my homework assignments are already. :)" Marivic S.5 STARS "Awesome resource to
During this project, students will first learn about growth mindset by reading an informational article about Carol Dweck’s work. Then, they’ll select a famous person in history with a growth mindset. They’ll choose from 14 famous leaders and pioneers in their fields for the basis of their researc
Wonder Novel Unit is a Common Core Standard aligned book study to be used with Wonder by R. J. Palacio. This download contains both a printable format as well as a Google Drive™ compatible format.This is a complete novel study that includes many individual products bundled together to offer you exte
Distinguishing between facts and opinions is an essential reading comprehension skill. This Fact and Opinion unit is designed to help students determine and identify facts and opinions in their reading. Filled with fact and opinion passages, engaging worksheets, and graphic organizers for distingu
Students often struggle with making inferences while reading. That’s because inferencing is a challenging skill! Help students develop their inferring skills with this incredibly fun and engaging mini-unit. It combines doodle notes where students sketch notes about how to make inferences AND actu
Help students to understand the significance of September 11 with this informative close reading passage. The two page passage describes the events leading up to the September 11 attacks, describes the day of the events, the aftermath of the attacks on Americans, and the memorials of the heroes lost
5 STARS "The passages are engaging and high interest. The questions provide many opportunities for students to demonstrate their understanding of the text."- Marisol J. 5 STARS "I love the differentiated levels of the passages and how much information they cover for the month. I have changed grade e
This fun resource includes six engaging lessons about Nonfiction Text Features. Each lesson and activity is designed to be hands-on and interactive. Many of the elements that students create in the lessons can serve as a reference for them to use throughout the entire school year (match-up, search
In this resource, there are 4 nonfiction reading passage based on Branches & Levels of Government Passages. It is differentiated for your high, mid, and lower level students. Integrate social studies content with your reading texts and meet each reader's needs with this set. Accompanying activit
Since different reading passages are written for different reasons, it’s essential to help students identify the author’s purpose while reading. In this 3-day mini-unit students will learn about the three main categories of author’s purpose. Through fun and engaging activities like an Author’s Pur
Identifying the narrator’s or author’s point of view is an essential reading skill that is often assessed on standardized tests. This 3-day mini-unit is designed to help students understand how to identify an author’s point of view. Filled with point of view reading passages, worksheets, activitie
Article of the Week Club, Grade 6 (6th Grade Nonfiction Articles + Activities)6th Grade Article of the Week Club is your solution for teaching ALL of the CCSS for Grade 6 Reading Informational Text! You’ll receive 25 nonfiction article + activity packs according to the schedule below. This includes
This product contains 10 ready-to-use passages and short response questions to guide students through the use of the RACE strategy. RACE is a writing strategy to help students answer passage-based, short response questions in a formal style, with using clear reasons and text evidence, and to provide
In this resource, there is a nonfiction reading passage based on the Bill of Rights. It discusses the history behind the adoption of the Bill of Rights, along with each of the 10 amendments. It is differentiated for your high, mid, and lower level students. Integrate science content with your readin

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