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This resource for exploring non-fiction was originally designed to be used with classroom magazines, such as Scholastic News and Time For Kids. However, over the years I found that these activities worked great with just about ANY non-fiction text. This Non-Fiction Toolkit includes activities for te
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
Text Evidence Tasks for Grades 4-6: Students read a two-page article on Popular Dog Breeds, the complete Tasks One, Two, & Three:Task One: Doggie Stats - Students must skim the article for text evidence to find specific information for graphic organizer.Task Two: Matching Dogs & Owners - Stu
Reading Response Journals are the perfect place for students to respond to Non-Fiction Texts. This Reading Response Journal covers 8 different reading skills and strategies. There is a Divider Tab for each skill or strategy, each with a built in Anchor Chart and Sentence Frames. This resource also i
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
Close reading is a big part of the Common Core and an important skill to master. This freebie includes a close reading poster, 3 graphic organizers (one for each read), and a set of 6 "Talk Time" discussion prompt cards. These resources came from my Close Reading Toolkit for Informational Textbut w
This Human Body BUNDLE combines two of my popular human body resources: the Human Body Systems Lapbook and the bestselling Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap, Human Body Model!Please click HERE and HERE for previews, photos, and details on the two resources included, and to read their ★ 1,800+ 4-star reviews
With the CCSS emphasizing informational text, this choice board is a perfect way to engage students. Students choose 3 activities to complete making a tic-tac-toe, and then cut out the corresponding cards to glue into their reading notebook. I have two other choice boards with different higher-o
I created this resource to help introduce my students to the genre of Non-Fiction. It is a Reference Guide for students to refer to when learning about, exploring, and responding to non-fiction texts. It is perfect for students in upper elementary!!This flip book is divided into 4 parts:➀ Non-Fictio
These non-fiction reading response choice boards are perfect for Interactive Notebooks, Daily Five, and meet the demands of the CCSS for Informational Text. The prompts encourage students to THINK versus fill out a worksheet or bubble in the answers on a scantron.:) My choice boards are listed indi
Here are 47 reading response question cards to help deepen your students’ understanding of informational (nonfiction) text. These cards are aligned to the Common Core and many of the cards will work well for close reading. These cards are meant to be used with books and articles that you provide or
Perfect for groups with varying needs! Makes differentiated instruction easy! This product contains 15 nonfiction texts (written by me) with a winter theme to target multiple areas of Common Core. Contains 65 pages, absolutely perfect for small language groups or centers!Each passage is written two
Cause and Effect Nonfiction Activity: Read Those Labels (Aligned with the Common Core State Standards) - This zipped bundle includes a PDF file including an original nonfiction article about product warning labels and frivolous lawsuits, comprehension questions for cause and effect, teacher's answer
Add depth and complexity to your instruction with these Critical Thinking Task Cards for History! These tasks cards allow students to deeply analyze any historical reading material through 11 topics of critical thinking: Big Ideas, Rules, Trends, Patterns, Language of the Discipline, Ethics, Relatio
This close reading resource is designed to be used with students in grades 4-8 and provides many options for differentiation. This resource includes 4 different reading passages (3 fiction and 1 non-fiction). Each passage is written at 3 different reading levels (approximate grades 4-5, 6-7, and 7
Are you looking for a set of graphic organizers to use with any nonfiction text? This is the ultimate set! Look at what teachers have said:"What a treasure chest of choices. Will be using these with my upper grade library students - well done!""I use these almost daily in my classroom.""I wanted to
This is a handy bookmark to help teachers generate text-dependent questions during a Close Reading lesson. This is not for students! It is simply a tool to help teachers during text-based discussions. Teachers can keep this bookmark/guide handy so that asking a text-based question is quick and easy!
Updated 3-22-17! Great way to research biographies and present to classmates in an interesting and engaging way. Promotes deep thinking and creativity. After reading a biography or studying a historical figure students complete this two page document and find household items to symbolize the person
This resource provides materials for students to create a Biomes Lapbook. Designed with third through sixth graders in mind, this ecosystems & biomes resource includes materials for students to use while conducting research using informational texts, as well as materials for the presentation of
Here's a pack to teach nonfiction text features in your classroom! Included in this pack are: -Lesson plans for how to teach it -Headers to create a nonfiction text features anchor chart -A student printable student booklet for nonfiction text features -Comparing fiction and nonfiction -Nonfiction v
Do your students need support with taking effective notes while reading in the content areas? Do they struggle with Cornell notes? Are they visual learners? Are you looking for ways to incorporate non-fiction texts into your English classes?This template can be printed and used with any history/s
Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, a must have for your Reader's Workshop, Guided Reading and Common Core instruction! This growing resource of engaging reading comprehension graphic organizers can be used with ANY non-fiction text.Perfect for guided reading, paired or independent reading, Re
Students will love to learn about new vocabulary words with this center activity. With the roll of a die, students will investigate new words and deepen their understanding. Perfect for workshop, centers, partners, or independent learning. Use with your GLAD science and social studies units.
In person, blended, or digital? No problem! You'll love the flexibility of this resource. Digital and print! No planning! 23 easy-to-use mini lessons have everything to make teaching reading (any) informational text a snap! Provide the scaffolding your students need or increase rigor by using with

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