Teaching Informational Text with Magazines - Tips and strategies for using magazines in the classroom
Corkboard Connections: Teaching Informational Text with Magazines
INFORMATIONAL TEXT ACTIVITIES ($)
Informational Text: A Closer Look at Nonfiction Unit 4
Bright Ideas for Old Magazines
Non-Fiction Text Features Discovery Chart - so easy to use and a great resource for teaching nonfiction text features!
Non-Fiction Text Features Discovery Chart
5th Grade Common Core Reading Informational Text Organizers with QR Codes
Glossary - Worksheets & Activities | GreatSchools
FREE PRINTABLES Nonfiction Feature Find~ Students use nonfiction books to find one example of each common nonfiction feature listed on these worksheets. Students write the title of the book in which they found the feature, and a brief description of what the feature is showing in that book.
Finding Nonfiction Features | Scholastic.com
Printables January Print and Do- Winter No Prep Math and Literacy Pack-1st Grade
January (winter) Print and Do- a 1st grade math and literacy practice pack- no prep, just print and do! $
Text Feature Bingo
Several scavenger hunts (for home life or school!) dictionary, Halloween, Thanksgiving, mall, airport, etc... Cute ideas!
Rip out magazine pages to use for displaying and labeling nonfiction text features.
Taking a Look at Nonfiction Conventions | Scholastic.com
Welcome to The Schroeder Page!: Guided Reading Nonfiction Text Feature FREEBIE! • CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.2.5 Know and use various text features (e.g., captions, bold print, subheadings, glossaries, indexes, electronic menus, icons) to locate key facts or information in a text efficiently.
FREE 16 INFORMATIONAL TEXT POSTERS~ This packet contains colorful posters to teach 16 non-fiction text features, including: guide words, title page, table of contents, index, glossary, heading, keywords, illustrations, hyperlink, and more. Amazing free resource from Primary Punch!
Non-Fiction Text Features Posters
teaching reference skills: table of contents and index
Textmapping: Worth the Work! (Teaching Nonfiction Text Features) - scavenger hunt. I have done this in my high school classroom and it works awesome.... helps students understand the text and text features.