NonFiction Passages Text Evidence {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}

NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
NonFiction Passages Text Evidence  {BUNDLE ENTIRE YEAR}
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Prove your answers! Informational text reading passages BUNDLE. Students will love being Text Detectives!

These resources use an active reading strategy. Each monthly edition contains ten original non-fiction text passages with who/what/when/where/why questions. To prove basic comprehension skills, students read a short passage then underline where they found their answers using color crayons as indicated. These worksheets provide plenty of room for students to write out their answers in complete sentences.

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★ Journey Through Ellis Island
★ People from History: Martin Luther King, Jr.
★ The Golden Gate Bridge
★ The Grand Canyon
★ All About Avalanches
★ Trapped in Ice!
★ The Space Shuttle Challenger Explodes
★ Glow in the Dark Bugs
★ Beluga Whales in the Arctic
★ The Mighty Megalodon


★ Secret Codes of the Underground Railroad
★ People from History: Harriet Tubman
★ People from History: Jackie Robinson
★ People from History: Rosa Parks
★ The Legend of the Groundhog
★ The Olympic Games: Then and Now
★ The Story of Saint Valentine
★ An American Symbol: Mount Rushmore
★ The Washington Monument
★ The Lincoln Memorial


★ Mardi Gras Celebration
★ St. Patrick’s Day
★ Legend of the Leprechaun
★ When Mother Nature Strikes
★ The California Gold Rush
★ Understanding Daylight Saving Time
★ Spotlight on Sonia Sotomayor
★ Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
★ People From History: Theodor Seuss Geisel
★ People From History: Alexander Graham Bell


★ About April Fool’s Day
★ Ready, Set, Recycle!
★ Water, Water, Wonderful Water!
★ Exploring the Everglades
★ Finding Fossils
★ The Sinking of the Titanic
★ The Jefferson Memorial
★ The Smithsonian Institution
★ Helpful Honeybees
★ Shooting Stars


★ Celebrating May Day
★ Delightful Dolphins
★ American Alligators
★ People from History: Hernando de Soto
★ People from History: Sacagawea meets Lewis & Clark
★ Pioneers Going West
★ Understanding Landslides
★ Mount Saint Helens
★ Memorial Day
★ Myth: The Reason for Spring (Technically this is not non-fiction. It is a summary of the Greek story of spring.)


★ Magnificent Manatees
★ Cool & Colorful Chameleons
★ Tropical Rainforests
★ A Different Kind of Nest (Orioles)
★ The Bald Eagle
★ The Liberty Bell
★ People from History: Thomas Jefferson
★ People from History: Amelia Earhart
★ Venus Flytrap
★ Egyptian Pyramids


★ The Statue of Liberty
★ The U.S. Constitution
★ Johnny Appleseed
★ Hurricanes
★ A Giant Planet: Jupiter
★ World Ozone Day
★ Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Ellen Ochoa
★ Vicious Velociraptors
★ Great White Sharks
★ Precious Pearls


★ Spotlight on Mahatma Gandhi
★ National Fire Prevention Week
★ Columbus Day
★ Star Spangled Banner
★ Living in Space
★ Super Sniffers! Search and Rescue Dogs
★ Learning about Tsunamis
★ Bones, Bones, Bones!
★ Batty for Bats
★ Snacking on bugs?


★ Día de los Muertos
★ Important Places: The Capitol Building
★ Veterans Day
★ Native American History: The Timucua Tribe
★ People from History: Ponce de León
★ People from History: Charles Lindbergh
★ People from History: Benjamin Franklin
★ Niagara Falls
★ The First Thanksgiving
★ Let’s Talk Turkey


★ Emperor Penguins
★ Beautiful Butterflies
★ Boston Tea Party
★ Polar Bears
★ Pony Express
★ Our Planet Earth
★ People from History: The Wright Brothers
★ People from History: Matthew Henson
★ How Snowflakes are Made
★ Winter Solstice

Plus two BONUS resources: February Edition Word Inspector & Summer Edition Word Inspector

These are the same passages found in the February & Summer Text Evidence resources but here the students read short passages then circle where they found their answers using color crayons as indicated. Students are asked to identify parts of speech, contractions, compound words, plural form and more.

In addition, with each Text Evidence edition you’ll receive…

Detective Badges: The interior of the foldable badge shows the passage titles on the left side. Students indicate that they did find the proof by placing a checkmark in the box to the right of each passage title for this month that they successfully complete. Run a string through the holes as indicated so that students can wear their detective badges around their necks with pride. The printable badges are in b/w. Students add color.

Bulletin Board Printables: Printables include one crayon box that reads "We can find the proof!" and each of the individual who/what/when/where/why color crayons as well as an extra white blank crayon.

Please view the FREE PREVIEW above or click on the individual resource titles to see more information.

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