Characteristics of Fiction & Point of View Interactive Notebook Sample

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Amy Mezni - Teaching Ideas 4u
Grade Levels
3rd - 6th, Homeschool
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10 pages
Amy Mezni - Teaching Ideas 4u


This is a free sample of my Fiction & Nonfiction Elements Interactive Notebook

Included in this free sample are Interactive Notebook pieces for:
- comparing fiction and nonfiction
- a Venn diagram for comparing the traits of fiction and nonfiction
- characteristics of fiction
- point of view

These interactive notebook elements can be used independently, but they also coordinate with two craftivity products that can be used as book reports or as literature center activities:

Banana Split Book Report Craftivity Project Characteristics of Fiction

Fiction Lunch Box Book Report Craftivity Project Point of View

These items are also bundled with 7 other fiction and nonfiction craftivity products and the full interactive notebook.

9 Fiction & Nonfiction Book Report Craftivity Projects + Interactive Notebook BUNDLE

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