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A great anchor chart to use to teach the difference between Fiction and Non-Fiction books.

Description Teaching the difference between Fiction books and Non-Fiction books is an important skill, especially in the younger grades. In the past, I’ve always created a poster on chart paper with the information along with the students. Sometimes, in my rush, my poster had mistakes or was not the neatest as I must have missed the day they handed out the “teacher handwriting gene”! That always bugged me, because I would refer back to the poster for several weeks. So I decided to create an…

I think this graphic organizer can guide students in the primary grades when reading a book or story. It provides the elements of Fiction and Non-Fiction books. If students are first starting to read, graphic organizer can help when picking out the important pieces of a book. -Kayla Hintz

This is the graphic organizer I created to help students learn elements on fiction and non-fiction in text. This organizer is appropriate for emerging readers and for English language learners. One reason it is beneficial is because it includes key vocabulary featured in both kinds of texts (Hill & Flynn 2006). The elements of each genre include specific vocabulary words that students need to know. With some direct instruction students could use this graphic organizer to identify these…

FREEBIE: Fiction and Nonfiction Poster

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…

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The Lesson Plan Diva: "How to" writing and Non-fiction activities

I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend! I just finished up with my son’s football game and I am tired! I did want to get these activities posted that I just finished. We are working on “how to” writing and non-fiction. I whipped up some activities and I hope that you find them useful!

Fiction vs. Non-Fiction-What's the difference? (Fifth grade) students write genres of various types and place on correct columns of the poster.

Just a quick post today. . . This was a bit of a combo lesson I did earlier this year. We first brainstormed the differences between fiction and non-fiction. My friends did pretty well, but it was a bit surprising to see what they missed. I think in all, the last bullet in each column was one they hadn't really thought about before. We had talked about genres briefly a few days prior, so I added it on to our lesson. My friends brought favorite books from home. We identified the genre, wrote…

Fiction-versus-Nonfiction-FREEBIE-1674776 Teaching Resources - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Description Fiction vs Nonfiction I hope that you and your students enjoy this little freebie. Inside you'll find 2 mini-posters, along with 3 fun activities. Please visit my store for more fun and engaging Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies resources!

Fiction vs. Nonfiction Text in the Primary Grades | First Grade Buddies

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 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…