This is a quick and creative way to begin and develop the concepts of the types of informational text. After creating an anchor chart with my students, I use this handout to help them develop an "Informational Text Flipbook!" See thumbnail for flipbook directions and example. When finished, I have my students share their findings and glue their new study guides into a reading journal.
Included in this Resource: Types of Informational Text handout, directions for flipbook, picture of completed project
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