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This literacy center is a fun way for the kiddos to practice distinguishing between reality and make believe. It includes 28 Realism/Fantasy cards and a recording sheet to be used in the literacy center, or as a whole class scoot. Hope you find this to be just what you are looking for. Blessings!
This fun activity center will help your students recognize fantasy vs. realism / fiction vs. nonfiction. Great for use with whole group instruction, independent literacy centers or in small skill groups. This activity can be used in a pocket chart or as a table game. Choose Fantasy vs. Realism or Fi
This set of 90 picture cards (45 partners) is a great way to develop comprehension skills in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade literacy lessons and literacy centers. Your students will sort pictures of real and fictional animals, plants, and objects. This resource also includes sorting mats w
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PreK - 1st
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Huzzah! This Medieval themed activity pack focuses on Kings, Queens, Castles and Dragons. This activity gives your tots the power to Sort Castles by Size, Color Match Dragon Breath and play in the Kingdom I spy, and more! Each of my activity packs you will find an assortment of easy to assemble acti
If your students struggle with telling the difference between realism and fantasy, then this product is for you! The 28 task cards can be used in a center or as a whole class Scoot game. Students use the provided answer sheet to record their answers. An answer key provides students with an easy w
Fun and easy activities for special education students and primary grade students to see the differences between Fantasy vs Reality. Students will look at details in pictures to tell the difference in reality and fantasy. Posters, Centers, and Worksheets are included with this Literacy Center Set. S
This activity pack is great for introducing for reinforcing the fantasy vs. reality concept. Included: -3 sets of 6 cards -Record sheets: 1. Pull a card and write if it's fantasy or reality. Then, write a sentence describing the picture 2. Pull a card and write if it's fantasy or reality.
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K - 3rd
This deck is a great tool for teachers and/or therapists teaching handwriting and/or giving writing activities during teletherapy and online classes.Each Template card has a drag and drop box to build a story or a scene and two (2) writing lines.This deck can be used in three (3) ways.1. Students bu
Teachers, this is your one stop shop for everything Fantasy vs. Reality! This download includes a full week's worth of online learning. All activities are Google Apps™ files (Google Slides™ or Google Forms™) which means they can easily be added to Google Classroom™.Would you like to try a free week
Special Education and Primary Grade students will use 40 DIGITAL Boom Card Reading Activities to make inferences using pictures to tell the differences between Fantasy vs Reality. Perfect for struggling and emerging readers!Save $ by purchasing this resource in my Fantasy and Reality Reading Activit
Enhance your students' knowledge of realism and fantasy with this set. Students will receive hands on practice and independent practice in recognizing the difference between realism and fantasy. This set includes:* Title and Description pieces for Realism/Fantasy Foldable*10 sorting sentences for R
Grades:
1st - 3rd
This introduction to Fantasy vs. Reality lesson on Google Slides™ is designed to be completed independently! This means it is perfect for at home learning.Everything the students need is included, from the video lesson created by me to detailed instructions for the activity.All you need to do is sha
Lets pretend you are going on a trip to Disney World. You must plan the trip to Disney World for your family. You need to decide on where you will stay, how you will get there, where you will eat, and what you will do and see while you are there! Grab a tablet or computer and research all you will n
A nine section extension menu that can be used during a unit on fantasy books or when you want to review the genre with your students. A great way to allow for student choice and differentiation!
This fantasy and realism packet includes: * 5 pages with sorting pictures (or 30 total pictures) * 1 page sorting mat (or T-chart) * 1 page answer key included (so students in centers are able to check their work) * 2 pages of worksheets to identify sentences as showing realism or fantasy * 2 pages
This activity is part of a BUNDLE. Click HERE to view my bundle of Language Arts File Folder Activities. File Folder Activities are a great way to reinforce concepts learned. After assembling, laminate the file folder and pieces so students can use them over and over again. This activity involves so
This no-prep short fantasy story with analysis activities is perfect for a 1-2 day sub plan or as an introduction to a larger fantasy writing unit. Richard Post’s story “The Lost Room" will introduce the elements of allegorical fantasy to your students, and the included response questions and essay
**Updated April 2015 with new fonts** After teaching a lesson on fantasy and realism, have students complete this sorting game. It will reinforce the concepts being taught in your lesson, as well as promote mastery of the topic. Just print on cardstock, laminate, enjoy! Students can also complete t
As Peyton Manning would say, "HURRY, HURRY!!!!" Don't miss out on this fun, engaging resource to get your students involved in the excitement of Super Bowl 55!With this resource, students work alone or in teams to construct a fantasy football roster to compete against one another, and you, during t
This Fantasy Vacation webquest is a fun way for students to learn how to research. Directions for the webquest are contained in a Word document and are also accessible through an interactive webquest. At the start of the assignment, students are given four different organizers that guide them throug
Yetis, gnomes, mythical winter characters, and unicorns....OH MY! They are all featured in this bundle of poetry goodness, and are sure to help make reading magic for your primary grade students!This bundle combines four of my original poetry packs so that your readers can build a variety of litera
Why sit on the sidelines when you can get your classes in the game? Fantasy Football has transformed a once-passive sea of spectators into a passionate generation of superfans, creating unprecedented levels of engagement and sparking in-depth familiarity with player performance data, scoring statist
This fun writing activity will pair perfectly with any classroom discussion on Realism and Fantasy. Students will use the first page to plan out their story and the second page to do their creative writing. Use this as a great fit for your Daily 5 writing station or even as a quick assessment tool t
This fantasy vs. reality writing activity on Google Slides™ is designed to be completed independently! Very detailed directions and 3 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 a di
Grades:
2nd - 4th

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