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This Nonfiction Text Feature bundle is designed to teach students the various text features included in informational text in a way that will keep them engaged. 23 text features are included. This Common Core bundle contains a wide variety of activities, including: 120-slide PowerPoint (You have my
Have student create a text feature book to help students practice identifying nonfiction text features and their purpose. Students can create a class book or an individual book for student reference. This makes a fun nonfiction text features lesson. You can have students find examples in magazine
Using a Table of Contents - Nonfiction Text Feature This is a unit on using a table of contents. It contains a sample page that has a sample table of contents and rationale for using one. It also contains seven practice pages and a scavenger hunt. This could be used as a literacy station or quick
Nonfiction writing is one of my favorite things to teach. Young students love nonfiction reading and writing especially when you ask them to choose an animal to research and write about. This unit will guide you through the entire process I take my own students through to help them successfully wr
I created this resource to accompany my "Informational Writing" videos on YouTube! It is aimed at elementary-aged students in grade 1st-5th.This Product Includes:•”Fiction or Non-Fiction?” activity•Brainstorming organizer•Planning template•Table of Contents template (3 options)•Introduction template
If you need a nonfiction reading review that works with any pacing guide or curriculum, this is what you need!Note: This resource now includes digital versions for distance learning and remote teaching! Please read the section near the end of the description about the digital versions to make sure t
Stormy weather ahead! This package is a TERRIFIC resource for reading informational text, writing about reading, adding details to writing, vocabulary studying, using nonfiction text features, hands-on cutting and gluing, and more! Students read about a weather topic, write about it, complete a text
I created this product to use as we study nonfiction text features. Copy the booklet front to back and have students complete the page for the feature you are studying. There is also a "My favorite text feature is..."story starter. *This packet does not contain posters explaining each feature. I
Your students will have fun researching and learning all about penguins while compiling their very own penguin book with nonfiction text features (table of contents, headings, captions, diagrams and labels, photograph, map, and a glossary). Page Content(s) 1 cover page 1 table of contents page 4 fa
SAVE BIG WITH THE GROWING BUNDLEKindergarten Writing Curriculum (The Bundle)First Grade Writing Curriculum (The Bundle)***DOWNLOAD THE PREVIEW TO SEE THIS CURRICULUM IN ACTIONDo you struggle with teaching your students how to write? Do you feel like you need more confidence and guidance in teaching
Ready-to-Use Graphic Organizers for Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry Passages includes 90 graphic organizers that can be used to study a variety of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry passages for students in grades 2 through grade 5. Graphic organizers can be used to organize and arrange information so
Teach non-fiction text features while integrating Canadian animal study including topics such as: diet, appearance, habitat, life cycles, parent & offspring and predators. End with report writing--templates included.Here students will:read at a "just-right" reading levelincrease awareness and le
This nonfiction text features extension activity on Google Slides™ is designed to be completed independently! Very detailed directions and examples are given since I know teachers are not able to physically be in the same room to help. This means it is perfect for at home learning!Students will roll
This workbook/activity booklet was created for students who are first learning about and how to use nonfiction text features. This product focuses on some of the most basic nonfiction text features like: the table of contents, glossary, types of text, captions, photos, index, and labels. Students wi
Students will have fun researching extreme weather and creating their own nonfiction book! This bundle includes an informational page for students to research blizzards, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and thunder & lightning. It includes a seven page nonfiction book report template for each type
This 26-page, project (2 differentiated levels/versions) will help students create their own nonfiction animal book. The templates include planning sheets for the following components: Cover Title Page Table of Contents Informational Paragraphs and Illustrations (3-5 pages depending on level of stu
An important part of learning to read nonfiction texts is being able to identify nonfiction features and to understand how they help you as a reader. While using the smartboard to teach these features, I also use a student activity book. The activity book has an activity page to go along with eac
Have extra magazines in your classroom? Use those magazines with your kiddos to create their own non-fiction book. Students will find the following non-fiction text features to cut out and glue into their own booklet: Heading Caption Glossary Index Table of Contents Chart Graph Map Photograph Ill
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This will give students an opportunity to create a detailed and fact filled animal report on any animal. Utilizing the 6 step writing process, there are pages for them to brainstorm, create rough drafts and then in the end create a final draft (book). It will show the different features of non fict
Students use this booklet to go on a nonfiction text feature scavenger hunt. Students can record examples of nonfiction text features on each page, or text features can be cut out of magazines such as Time For Kids and glued to each page. Pages include: Booklet cover page - no picture Booklet cov
I love teaching non-fiction text features to my students. However, I struggle to find resources that are as diverse as the books we read! For example, not every non-fiction book has a table of contents (especially at lower reading levels).I have created a customized text feature scavenger hunt that
Help your students learn about features of non-fiction books (table of contents, illustration, caption, photograph, and index) and write a non-fiction report with this great group activity! Students will create a non-fiction book by using the templates and graphic organizers included in this activi
The Table of Contents in a nonfiction book should excite readers to want to read on. Encourage your students to tap into their creativity using three simple strategies for crafting catchy chapter titles that provide much more insight into what readers will find in each section. This interactive, dig
Informative/Expository writing book template with introduction; table of contents; 4 chapters with prewriting picture plan box, facts, and closing; and book closing. Graphic organizer aligned with Common Core State Standards for Language and Writing. Lines modeled after Handwriting Without Tears. Us

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