Reading activities for Nonfiction and Fiction Standards. These activities are perfect for Literacy Centers and Guided Reading. These reading activities are more than just graphic organizers. Simply pair any of these reading activity sheets with a Non-Fiction OR Fiction text, and you have an instant activity for your students! (Directions and Explanation included) This BUNDLED resource includes 42 Fiction and Non-Fiction Reading Activity Sheets that can be used during Literacy Centers…
Reading Activities for Nonfiction and Fiction BUNDLE
"Free Resources for Nonfiction Text." Web log post. One Stop Teacher Shop. 8 Dec. 2014. Web. 25 Feb. 2016. This blog shares some free Resources for Non-Fiction Texts and free center response sheets. Great to use in the classroom.
Annotating Made Easy: Effective Text-Coding Strategies
Three Ways to Annotate: 1) Code reading assignments with your favorite graphic codes. 2) Tag text with a purpose by using color-coded Post-Its. 3) Use academic response stems to interact with the writer/reporter/author. **Annotating helps struggling readers to focus and proficient readers to record ideas for essays.
Martin Luther King Day Informational Text Task Cards for Grades 4-6
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was and remains a significant part of our American history. Share essential information and review reading informational text with your 4-6th grade students using these informational text task cards. Contents include: -clear directions for easy implementation -20-task cards for student-use -student answer document -answer key
240 pages! An entire year of Common Core Weekly reading reviews! 40 passages with comprehension questions for each and editable question pages too! Great as homework, morning work, daily work or as an assessment tool. $