Fiction and nonfiction

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Fiction Writing, English, Workshop, Anchor Charts, Ideas, Fiction Kindergarten, Nonfiction Books, Nonfiction Writing, Fiction And Nonfiction

An early lesson you want to teach your students is the difference in books that tell stories and books that give information. I have found that the best way to teach this is within context of different types of texts. Let's read more about some resources that I have used to teach the differences in the two types, as well as meet our pesky friend, the BOOK BANDIT! We begin the unit learning the text features of both types of texts by creating this anchor chart and using real text examples to…

Laura Dupont
Hello Everyone!  I am going to be quick today as I have a ton of studying to do for my ESL Certification, and tomorrow is Valentine's Day!  ...

Hello Everyone! I am going to be quick today as I have a ton of studying to do for my ESL Certification, and tomorrow is Valentine's Day! ...

Jessica M
First Next Then Last Graphic Organizer Teaching, Home Schooling, First Grade Writing, Student Activities, Homeschooling, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Activities, Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, First Grade Worksheets

Are you a teacher or a parent in search of suitable educational material to reinforce the first, then, next concept among young learners? Look no further! In this blog post, we will explore the importance of worksheets in teaching and practicing sequential thinking skills. By incorporating engaging activities, clear instructions, and visually appealing designs, worksheets can provide an effective learning tool for children to grasp the concept of sequencing. So, if you are looking for ways…

Lynette Simpson
English, Anchor Charts, Nonfiction Text Features Anchor Chart, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Nonfiction Text Features Activities, Teaching Nonfiction, Nonfiction Reading, Nonfiction Activities, 2nd Grade 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.

Vanessa Bean
Song to teach Fiction and Nonfiction! Songs, Nonfiction Books, Fiction And Nonfiction, Fiction Vs Nonfiction, Fiction, Nonfiction, Library Lessons, Book Activities, Library Books

Well hello! You’ve stopped by at a fabulous time because I am about to reveal my SPECTACULAR, WORLD-FAMOUS Fiction and Nonfiction Song! (Please keep in mind that “spectacular” might be a tad bit generous, and that it is only “world-famous” because I am publishing it on this blog, right now, which could, in theory, be … Continue reading "My Spectacular, World-Famous Fiction and Nonfiction Song!"

Sarah Bernard