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  • Laura Bates

    nonfiction text features def page for language and writing notebooks

  • Alicia Montgomery

    Reading Workshop Notebook insert. Going to be so helpful with nonfiction text features!!

  • Megha Ahuja

    Non Fiction Text Features

  • Erin Wagner

    This description of text features is awesome to add to next years reading notebooks

  • Trina Carter

    Reader's Notebook: Add this description of text features

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Great for the reading center- The only thing I don't like is that it's an image, not a link to how they came up with it or how to get a copy of our own.

Another Pinner wrote: Reading Genres Poster - I like the concept of this, but the choice of colors is confusing. I think I'll make one for our 8th grade genres that makes a bit more sense. I'd like the students to be able to place the "pencil" similarities as well.

Posters to help your kids learn to recognize genres in reading and writing

Non-Fiction Insert for Reading Journals - What I like about this is most common source is upper left and least commonly used source is in lower right, with others sources from most to least used based on their relationship to these 2 corners.

Reading Notebook Insert from Teaching My Friends (blog)

"Kids take a chance at reading...." bags - how much fun for getting them to try different reading genres!

  • Penny White

    Take a Chance Genre baggies with book and small object to connect to it!

A freebie that can be used as a reference in a reading and writing notebook ( which this blog also talks about in detail)

How to Eat Fried Worms, The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Free 'Reading Genres' Anchor Reference!! ......Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools & fun teaching stuff :)

Love this! Send a copy home during the first week of school so parents have a tool to help with their child's success!

This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students

Name the Genre - could add space for kids to write in a book in that genre once they read