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Learn about winter holidays from around the world with this culturally responsive, informational unit for 5 diverse winter holidays: Christmas, Hanukkah, Las Posadas, Diwali and Kwanzaa. Non-fiction passages with comprehension, print and go trifolds for each holiday, writing extensions, graphic orga
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This bundle of resources includes everything you need to teach nonfiction text structure. You'll get a set of anchor charts, 15 reading passages, and task cards! Each resource includes a variety of printing options and response pages so you can plan lessons that will meet your students exact needs.
A Trifold to enhance the RWW story "A Life in the Woods" Can be used as a collaborative groups activity, Skills assessment, Homelearning, and as review. Covers Compare and Contrast, Informative Text Questions and Graphic organizer fill ins.
Here's a no prep printable to help students learn how to organize nonfiction passages or books.
These tri-folds will keep your students engaged with responding to fiction and nonfiction texts! There are 26 reading skill and strategy foldable booklets included. Very easy to print, fold use, and store. Get your students writing about their reading today!Great to use for:small groupwhole groupres
Looking for a fun way to research the Fifty States? This packet includes double sided brochures for each of the United States! Students will use these templates to record their research project. Also included is an early finisher map. Students can either use it to label or color the states. The
Here you will get all my trifold activities for Unit Three of the Reading Wonders 5th Grade Reading Program. There is a trifold activity for each of the main selection stories of the week. All together, five stories are highlighted in this bundle: "They Don't Mean It", "Westlandia", "The Story of Sn
This is a great resource for fiction and nonfiction units. These trifolds are JAM-PACKED and could be used as assessments. The FICTION trifold has sections for students to describe the characters, setting, problem, and solution. Students can also describe the beginning, middle, and end. There are ad
This product is in SPANISH & ENGLISH. You get BOTH languages!This product is a BUNDLE of the following four (4) products:▶Bilingual Novel Study Lapbook & Trifold▶Bilingual NONFICTION Lapbook & Trifold - updated Summer 2020▶Bilingual BIOGRAPHY Lapbook & Trifold▶Bilingual Poem Lapbook
This trifold brochure activity is aligned with Social Studies Scope and Sequence of New York City's Social Studies curriculum. However, this project is great for any unit or book study in New York City. These trifold brochures are to be copied back to back on legal sized paper and folded into thirds
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Looking for a comprehensive nonfiction resource? This trifold is JAM-PACKED and could be used as an assessment at the end of a nonfiction unit. There are sections for students to write their prior knowledge, sentences about the book topic, three interesting facts, a connection, a question they still
This activity is a close reading activity designed in a trifold to fit in a student's reading interactive notebook. It focuses on the following common core standard: LAFS.4.L.3.5 This file includes 2 trifolds with different versions. The first trifold is based off the poem named “The Eagle” by Alfr
This is a trifold activity for the informational text "The Story of Snow" found in the McGraw Hill 5th Grade Reading Wonders Program, Unit 3 Week 3. I use this activity with my students during a close reading of the story. I have also used this activity as a center during independent reading. It rea
Students will analyze, visualize and evaluate the text features and graphic features of informational text.
Reading comprehension trifold aligned to the Common Core standards. It is on a PDF, therefore can be opened through Active Inspire to model critical thinking skills and thorough responses.
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These reader response questions are based on the narrative nonfiction A Crash Course in Forces and Motion With Max Axiom - in the Reading Wonders Fourth Grade Reading Book. It has the following - 1. 3 pages of questions ( tri folds) in 3 columns/sections 2. spider web - graphic organizer 3. story
This product is in SPANISH & ENGLISH. TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES THE LAPBOOK + TRIFOLD!!!The Lapbook REQUIRES one file folder for each student. This is the perfect addition to any NONFICTION text!The Lapbook AND trifold include the following:▶ Cover Page▶ Main Idea / Idea pri
This is a trifold activity for the Time For Kids Articles about Machu Picchu, found in the McGraw Hill 5th Grade Reading Wonders Program, Unit 3 Week 5. I use this activity with my students during a close reading of the story. I have also used this activity as a center during independent reading. It
Australia Interactive Notebook and Lapbook Activities MEGA Bundle with our ELA Informational Text Test Prep Passage (Australia: The Land Down Under) Click the green preview button to see what's inside this mega bundle!★ ☆ ★ This bundle requires absolutely NO PREPARATION! ★ ☆ ★Interactive Notebooks
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There are three different text level passages. They are made so they can be cut smaller and glued into a notebook.The first page with a circle in the corner is the most difficult text. The square is a little easier and the triangle page is easiest. There are graphic organizers that can be used as is
Students will complete this trifold after they read the story. They will analyze the challenges that Martin Luther King Jr faced and the actions he took to overcome them. They will also identify the genre of the story, review point of view and use idioms to describe his life.
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There are three different text level passages. They are made so they can be cut smaller and glued into a notebook.The first page with a circle in the corner is the most difficult text. The square is a little easier and the triangle page is easiest. There are also graphic organizers that can be used
Students will understand the parts of informational text, use evidence to distinguish between facts and opinions and explain the main concept (idea) of the article.
Are you searching for a tool to help your students interact and comprehend nonfiction texts more? Well, this resource will help you achieve that and more! If your school district has adopted the Common Core Standards, you know that a lot of emphasis is placed on informational texts. The purpose of

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