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I honestly thought more kids had camped out before! Wrong. So….we needed some non-fiction books to help me teach the kids more about camping. We started out with our fiction/non-fiction anchor charts to help us differentiate between the two different types of text.

non-fiction text features anchor chart...have the kids create one as a table group.

Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Chart Nonfiction

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Nonfiction text features anchor chart and mini books for the students to complete

Why do we read nonfiction (for those kids who need that little extra push). My cousin teaches jr high and had the kids read part of the Zombie Survival Manual for her nonfiction section. They LOVED it.

Different kinds of nonfiction books - use this chart to figure out what kind of nonfiction text it is. Add a picture of that type of book next to the definition.

Of course you can learn these same truths from fiction, but my preference is reading non-fiction. The most important thing is to read. A book has the power to motivate, change, inspire, teach, and entertain.

Sample Anchor Chart for All-About Books (Informational Writing) Source: Teachers College

anchor charts for notice and note - Google Search

Like this type of chart to study animals Mrs. Jump's Class blog spot has wonderful ideas! Check out her chitchat ideas for morning message