Introduce nonfiction text features with ease! This series of three easily assembled flipbooks was specifically designed for the purpose of helping students understand the different types of text features, what information they provide, and how these features help the reader better understand a non-fiction topic. Each section of each flipbook presents a definition or description of that particular type of text feature, the purpose the feature serves, and an opportunity for students to examine examples of that particular feature to glean information from it. The best part of these flipbooks is that they can be glued into students' readers notebooks for reference throughout the year.
⭐Each section of each flipbook includes:
✔ A definition / description
✔ How it helps the reader
✔ A sample with activities
➤ See below for a link to my free resource that will complement this resource by providing additional application.
Graphic Aids & Illustrations:
- Photographs & Illustrations
- Tables / Charts / Graphs
- Title Page
- Table of Contents
- Organizational Feature Sort
- Bold, italics, colored print
- Titles, headings, Subheadings
- Textboxes / Sidebars
These flipbooks can be used as a whole group lesson or in small guided reading groups. It is highly recommended that you select various types of non-fiction books or magazines to share with students as examples, so they can make connections between what is being taught in these flipbooks and the nonfiction reading they find in their classroom library. Students love confirming what they have learned by applying it to their own reading. This series can be used with my free resource: Interactive Text Features Notebook.
☕ANSWER KEYS ARE INCLUDED!
If you like this resource, you will love my Nonfiction Text Structures resource! It comes in two formats: PDF download or a digital version.