Fiction vs Nonfiction Color by Code Worksheets

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My students loved this! We used as a check-in after learning fiction vs. nonfiction. They had fun and enjoyed putting their skills to some art work.
Great resource! It was a fun way to reinforce nonfiction and fiction text features. My students enjoyed them.


Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to review fiction vs nonfiction? These color-by-code printables are a fun, quick, and easy way to practice or assess these skills.

Each fiction vs nonfiction page has 8 items for students to answer. I like to do this as a whole group and make sure everyone has answered correctly before they start to color. It also gives you a chance to see what might need re-teaching or reviewing.

Here's what you will get in this packet:

  • 6 color-by-code printables
  • Answer Keys
  • Images of book covers for 2 of the printables

Classroom teachers and librarians will get lots of use with this packet. Use them year after year. If you are a librarian who must go to the classrooms occasionally, you'll love having these fun printables ready to go!

These make beautiful displays and are nice to have on hand for a sub.

Please see the preview for a better look.

You might also like the winter version of these color-by-code printables.



My students LOVED this activity. I used this as a review and end-of-unit activity for the Fiction/Nonfiction Unit. Students were encouraged that they already knew how to do a color-by-number and could work Independently after we answered the questions together. I also really liked the self-check that students could do if they answered a question wrong. Don't see that letter? Go back, reread the question and see if you have the right answer.


This was a fun activity for students to practice fiction and nonfiction. I love that there are different designs and different levels of difficulty. I also love that it's very easy to tell at a quick glance at the picture who's "got it" and who needs more help.

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