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Do you compare fiction to non fiction texts with your students? My #firstgraders and I built this anchor chart together, and it became a great point of reference last year. You can get some teaching ideas and freebies on my blog! (link in profile)
The perfect resource to help introduce students to the genre of Non-Fiction. It is a Reference Guide for students to refer to when learning about, exploring, and responding to non-fiction texts. It is perfect for students in upper elementary!! This flip book is divided into 4 parts: Non-Fiction Genres, Text Features, Text Structures, and Reading Response.
GROUP SCOOT!Non-Fiction Genre and Non-fiction Reader's Purpose This product is part of a larger "Let's Investigate: Non-Fiction Text Unit Bundle. Please see link below This product, Lets Investigate Non-fiction Text Types and Readers Purpose, is a fun, quick paced way to introduce a variety of non-fiction text types to your students.