Nonfiction Text Features Graphic Organizers, Informational Text Features

Grade Levels
4th - 8th, Homeschool
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  • Google Drive™ folder
32 pages
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Students complete a nonfiction text features match and scavenger hunt. Text features for nonfiction include the following:



-Table of Contents


-Text boxes





-Bold Words



Students use nonfiction text features to determine the central idea, organize information, and locate the meaning of words. Whether taking notes on a main idea or taking notes on vocabulary, students use informational text features to organize their thinking as they learn.

-14 note-taking templates for students to take notes

-2 pages of interactive text features with movable pieces

-Easy to use in Google Classroom

-Graphic Organizers are available in printable and digital version

You will receive a folder that has the printable version, digital interactive notebook, and individual digital pages.

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32 pages
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