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Differences Between 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…

Fiction vs Nonfiction Poster | stickers and staples: Fiction and Nonfiction Poster Freebie

Hey everyone! Sooooo my kiddos are REALLY struggling with fiction and nonfiction! For some reason this surprised me a little bit, so I whipped up these posters the other night to hang in my room. I'm thinking a fiction/nonfiction mini-unit will happen very soon:) You can get these posters for FREE if you just follow this link. Let me know if you download it, and how you plan to use it:) I have been pretty overwhelmed this week with TRAININGS! I was out on Wednesday for a district training…

Song to teach Fiction and Nonfiction!

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!"

5 Ways to Teach Fiction & Nonfiction Texts

Fiction and nonfiction texts often confuse our learners! Especially if they come from an ESL background. ***Scroll down to the end of the first point to download the FREE mat!*** Today, I will share 5 free resources to help you add to your list of resources to teach all about fiction and nonfiction text features. […]

First Grade Wow: Fiction and Non Fiction

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! I've got a lot to do to get ready for the festivities and love!! Our "Friendship Celebration" should be a lot of fun!! Anyway, today we worked hard on the main differences between fiction and nonfiction books. We talked about the kinds of pictures, words, elements, and the reason for reading both genres. We made this anchor chart to help us remember. With…

Fiction vs. Nonfiction Text in the Primary Grades

Have fun comparing Fiction and Nonfiction texts in the classroom with these easy to prepare ideas! If so, we have a few activities you can try out to help your kiddos see the similarities and differences between the two types of text. Class Discussion + Anchor Chart Select 2 books on one topic. As a class, take a picture walk through both books. Decide which is fiction and which is nonfiction. Have your kiddos help you make post it notes to label their reasons. You could also divide into…

Fiction and Nonfiction book cover sort. Printable and free.

I've been working, off and on, trying to "getting ahead". Many people have asked me "How much prep time do you plan for?" I hesitate to tell them just how much prep time I put into this schooling at home. I really don't want to discourage them. I know that I don't fall in the "typical" category. You can definitely use K12 curriculum as it is and your student will do just fine. However, I do have a bit of an educational background and this type of thing is something I've always enjoyed doing…

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Do your 3rd-5th students need practice in choosing the best summary? Here are 4 fiction and 6 nonfiction short passages for student practice! Each worksheet has informational text on the left side of the page and summary choices on the right side of the page.
These fiction review escape rooms for 2nd & 3rd and 4th & 5th grades are a truly immersive experience. Students read passages and answer skill-based questions to help a little stingray find the mermaid princess. In these escape rooms, students complete four unique challenges. Each challenge requires students to read passages and then answer the questions to discover clues.
These reading comprehension escape rooms for 2nd & 3rd and 4th & 5th grade are a truly immersive experience. Students read short fiction and nonfiction passages and answer skill-based questions as they work their way through a “whodunit” mystery to crack the case. In this escape room, students complete four unique challenges. Each challenge requires students to read the fiction and nonfiction passages and then answer the questions to discover clues.
THE MYSTERY OF THE MONARCHS: HOW KIDS, TEACHERS & BUTTERFLY FANS HELPED FRED & NORAN URQUHART TRACK THE GREAT BUTTERFLY MIGRATION is the true story of a scientist who solved the mysteries of monarch butterfly migration. The nonfiction picture book biography written by Barb Rosenstock, features detailed materials in the back of the book including maps of monarch migration, the life cycle of the butterfly & cultural relevance of monarch butterflies in Mexico. | STEM | STEAM | community