This is a simple but fun scavenger hunt worksheet to go along with your lesson of using text and graphic features to help read nonfiction texts. Before using this worksheet, students should already know the difference between fiction and nonfiction. In addition, it would be helpful for students to have already learned what each of the text and graphic features are and how each can help them when reading nonfiction texts.
The worksheet includes 11 common text and graphic features taught in the elementary classroom (diagram, bolded word, map, picture/illustration, caption, label, table of contents, glossary, graph/table, title, and heading/subheading). The file also contains directions for use in the classroom, extension activities to do afterwards, and a bonus worksheet for a school wide scavenger hunt.