Newly Updated Freebie!!! These graphic organizers are a great addition to your informational text unit. Reading response sheets help your students digest the information they are reading. This mini set includes the following topics*summarizing*opinions*biographies*vocabulary *nonfiction text features*questioning*predictions*recalling information

Nonficiton Graphic Organizers Mini set

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FUN Ways to Make the Most of Your Anchor Charts!

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FREE Story Skills / Story Elements

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Free 29-page printable sampler of Graphic Organizers for Reading - sampler includes lessons and graphic organizers you can use in your classroom

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Foldables. Entire FREE downloadable book.

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Cause and effect Angry Birds style

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asking questions

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fiction, nonfiction anchor chart- helps the kids see the differences

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Teaching My Friends!: Literacy Anchor Charts Via Pinterest

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Teaching My Friends!

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Teaching My Friends!: Interactive Small Group Anchor Charts

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Teaching My Friends!: Anchor Charts

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Teaching My Friends!: Interactive Small Group Anchor Charts

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Great idea if you make a ton of anchor charts. You teach the kids how to use the binder and they can look it up on their own.

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summarizing

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SWBST to teach Summarizing a story

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First Grade Fever!

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3 in 1 - Exit Slip?

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Pinner says, "Been looking for this foldable! This is what Linda Hoyt taught us to do...its pretty cool! She said to use it for a fun way to review concepts or for vocabulary."

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