Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Nonfiction texts. Get inspired and try out new things.
These anchor charts will help you answer all your students' questions about nonfiction.
Tracy Sztanya saved to Middle School
Reading nonfiction texts can be overwhelming for students, especially when it comes to a topic they are unfamiliar with at a reading a level that is even slightly above theirs. With a push to read
Kelly Gorman saved to Nonfiction
These are strategies I've used to teach nonfiction text structure efficiently in my classroom, AND my students actually enjoyed the lessons!
Debra Hoenigke Smith saved to Teaching Ideas
Description This free set of task cards focuses on nonfiction text features. It includes 24 task cards and 1 game recording sheet. Some of the text features include: heading, subheading, diagram, caption, glossary, index, table of contents, map, timeline, text box, cutaway, bold words, italicized words, photograph, and illustration. ********This resource is available in three formats: Traditional Printables- Print the PDF and distribute paper task cards and recording sheets. Easel Activity…
Tricia Stohr-Hunt saved to Informational Text
Freebie alert! A slideshow that helps improve nonfiction reading comprehension by introducing 18 common text features! Each slide includes the description and an example of each text feature.
As adult readers, we know the importance of using nonfiction text features in order to help us understand the main body of text. Headings help us to make predictions while reading, and then easily find
Joyce saved to teachers info
Looking for ways to motivate students to read? Try these five free nonfiction articles to use in your classroom. No prep and ready to go!
Donna Hogge saved to Interactive student notebooks
Teaching non-fiction text features in primary grades can be fun with the right activities! Students love these engaging activities.
Christine Kellum saved to Literacy
Help upper elementary kids master nonfiction text features with the ideas, FREE downloads, and teaching tips at this blog post. Make reading to learn easier for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. Details for graphic, informational, and organizational aids are included - as well as print features. An anchor chart, whole class practice, freebies, partner work, & more. #UpperElementaryReading #ThirdGrade #FourthGrade #FifthGrade #SixthGrade
Kristine Nannini saved to Reading
Do your students need help understanding the differences between fiction vs nonfiction texts? These ideas & activities are perfect for making an anchor chart for your classroom as your students are learning to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction.
Lindsey Brown-Zinzer saved to Teaching