In this Common Core ELA bundle students will explore Non-Fiction text while identifying text features, creating questions, modifying adjectives and adverbs and writing a friendly letter to their fishy dinner! This is sure to engage even your toughest critic in the classroom.
Page 1 - 3 Introduction and contents
Page 4: R.I.2.5 Not-So-Fishy Non-Fiction Book Report:
Students will read a just right non-fiction text and
identify text features they find while reading.
Page 5: R.I.2.5 Fishin’ For Text Features Scavenger Hunt:
Students will take their knowledge of text features to
the next level and identify how text feature help
readers understand text.
R.I.2.1 Fishin’ For Some Good Questions Reader’s Response:
Students will be able to show their understating of text through creating questions based on non-fiction books. They will also be asked to provide the answers to those questions.
L.2.1.e Fishy Mad Lib (for adjective and adverb modification practice)
Students will practice correctly modifying adjectives
and adverbs in this fun fishy mad lib.
W.2.3 & L.2.2.b Friendly Letter To My Fishy Dinner:
In this friendly letter practice, students will write a
friendly letter to the poor fishy who became their
dinner. This activity can be used to monitor students
use of commas in greetings and closing of letters.