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Many uses for the same idea...simple, but since it's not just a worksheet, definitely more engaging.

Text structures are important for students to know while reading books. I like that this poster provides a visual, along with the definition of non-fiction text structures.

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Putting Pizzazz into Poetic Devices! {Win This New Unit}

*Teaching Maddeness*: Putting Pizzazz into Poetic Devices!

10 more, 10 less, 1 more, 1 less.Teacher Tipster has the neatest ideas! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Teacher-Tipster/174900719206607

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foldables

Holy Smokes! This is a gem of a find - TONS of examples of foldables and mini-books.....and they include directions for those of us not artistically inclined.

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies. This project is so simple, and you can do it with any novel. This example is for Where the Red Fern Grows. This could be modified for use with Golden Sowers - summarize each book, etc.

This site has tons of interactive learning games for PreK-1st grade. Would be awesome to use on the SmartBoard!

This nonfiction response is great for students to begin to recognize the features of nonfiction pieces of writing. They can see what nonfiction writing has in common and pick out the main idea and supporting evidence. This worksheet would also be good for students to summarize and use again to reference the piece of work they read.