Young children often have a hard time understanding the difference between real and make-believe. Kindergarten students must understand the difference between literature and informational texts in the Common Core, so this activity can help you assess which students are able to quickly distinguish between real and make-believe.
Students cut out the images and glue them into the correct column on the answer sheet.
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