Informational Text Structures!
Students learn about text structures by creating sample texts and using graphic organizers in a booklet and lapbook. Great for introducing text structures and then reviewing again later in the year, or for building to more independent projects.
Who is This For?
2nd-4th grade teachers wanting to give students meaningful experiences with nonfiction text structures.
What is Included?
Resources for teaching the 5 main informational text structures: description, sequence and order, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and problem and solution.
12 page half-size booklet great for introducing the text structures.
Lapbook Template (or Interactive Notebook pieces):
Fold-ups to create a lapbook project on a topic of student (or teacher) choice. Students use graphic organizers to plan and then write about their topic using each of the structures.
Anchor chart idea, horizontal version of fold-up, and one-page version of text matching activity.
Understanding text structures helps students improve reading comprehension and writing abilities! These activities are fun and engaging, and can be used with a variety of topics.
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