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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
This nonfiction text feature power point presentation highlights 25 different text features in four sections including: Section One: map, pie chart, title, subtitle, hyperlinkSection Two: close-up, photograph, illustration, caption, sidebar, bullet points, iconSection Three: diagram, table, graph, l
Close reading: Landforms- This 58 page product contains 10 landform-themed non-fiction close reading passages with evidence-based questioning sheets to go with each. Each landform has a cover page with a definition, close reading article, and comprehension sheet. Great to use as a whole group lesson
This is a first grade friendly emergent reader about the continents and ocean. Students will be able to read one fact about each of the continents and the oceans. Picture clues will help with text. There are 7 continents in the world. North America is made up of mostly 3 big countries. There are
Sticky Note BookmarksPrint and laminate the bookmarks {colored or ink-saving version}. Have your students adhere the small 2"x1.5" sized Post-It Notes in the spaces. As students read a passage, have them fill in things they find important, things they don’t understand, and parts that they like about
This is a fun little printable activity book designed for use by my own third graders. This book highlights the most important duties, rights, and responsibilities of good citizens. Inside, the students will read and write about things they can do to be a good citizen, the rights given to them by th
NEW: I added a digital version for Google Slides.This research packet gives students a guide to help them find out information about a famous person. This is great for Black History Month, President's Day, Women's History Month etc.Pages 2-5 research worksheets to help your students organize their
Here is a quick worksheet we created to test student knowledge on text features. The passage is on blue whales, and the worksheet asks students to label what text features can used by this article. In my school, it was used as a practice for a non-fiction common core unit. It can also be used as
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
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Reindeer Nonfiction Reading - A nonfiction mini-unit filled with information about reindeer, perfect for Christmas or winter reading. This is part of my Holidays Nonfiction Bundle Reindeer Round-Up is a fun way to integrate nonfiction reading into your activities this Christmas and holiday seaso
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UPDATED with a new look!This fun research packet gives students a place to take notes on a planet. Here is what you get in this packet:- a fun research page with guiding questions- writing paper for a report- a planet scrapbook page- a travel brochure for visitors to your planet- cool websites and
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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
Use this package of nine chapter-by-chapter question sheets as you take your class through Elie Wiesel’s compelling true story, Night. As we work to pull more non-fiction materials into our Common Core-aligned classrooms, this autobiographical account of life in inside the Nazi Germany concentration
Who Would Win? ActivitiesThese activity pages go with any of the Who Would Win books. They are perfect for reading groups, book clubs, and even station activities! Pages included:Vocabulary (word, pic definition)Vocabulary (word, definition, synonym, sentence, picture)KWL Flipbook-AnimalKWL Flipbook
The perfect way to teach CCSS 4.5: Text Structure. This product includes a student mini book with a description of each text structure and a practice page of each. Also included are mini posters for each structure and a text structure reading response sheet.
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
Needing an activity for Read Across America Day? This nonfiction reader includes 6 pages of information about Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day. Best suited for emergent or early fluent readers, this product is also perfect for more fluent readers because of the vocabulary. Pictures on every pag
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!
This Common Core-Aligned resource was created to use in conjunction with Book Clubs in the elementary classroom. Book clubs are groups of students that are grouped together according to their reading level. They are given a text (preferably a chapter book) that is on their group's independent readin
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This unit is a study based on the book, The Story of Ruby Bridges. The unit includes: *a craftivity with a writing assignment about "How Ruby Changed History" *a graphic to be used for an anchor chart *a lap book with a cover page *a pop up graphic *four separate writing activities: focus on
Get your kiddos excited about non-fiction writing with this fun and organized All About Book writing unit!! All students do is choose a topic and gather materials for research, and this unit takes them the rest of the way! Included Resources: - All About Book Planning form (brainstorming ideas
Animal Report Print and Go Pages! Perfect for ANY primary animal report. Includes everything your students need to make an animal picture book report. Every year my students complete an animal research report. These pages have been adapted over time and newly revamped to correlate with Common Core
If you are beginning your class study of nonfiction texts, specifically nonfiction text features, this student book makes learning about them fun and personal as the children relate each text feature to themselves. Fun! The student booklet includes 8 pages and provides a chance to learn about: •

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