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    Ditch the Worksheets = F.U.N.

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    Do your kids have trouble remembering what they read? Try this simple reading comprehension strategy. For kids grades 1-12!

    Terrific way to structure extended responses to reading-- great freebie!

    Ginger Snaps: Fact or Fiction Files {Insect Edition}

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    Taking Idioms … Literally ... Love this one!

    Great cartoon video made almost entirely of idioms! Fun to do right before having students pick an idiom to write with a drawing of the literal meaning, its figurative definition, and a sentence using the idiom.

    inviting kids into poetry with a "Poetry Picnic" to explore different types and styles of poetry in rotations-I am TOTALLY doing this as my poetry celebration!!!

    Scholastic News online - free digital issues of past magazines along with printables - great resource for reading informational text!

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    Reading is Thinking Anchor Chart

    close reading evidence posters for primary students

    A list of FREE online resources for Non-Fiction Texts and Articles. Perfect for Reading Centers. Grades 3-6

    2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: anchor charts

    Nonfiction Text Features Comparing Multiple Accounts Spice up your lessons with this Titanic Pack! Just like all of my other activity packs, these lessons are FUN, extremely high-interest, organized, RIGOROUS, and ready to teach today! Your students will: Construct an 11 page "book" in their interactive notebooks (or, there's a standalone version if you don't do notebooks) and then annotate/define all of the nonfiction text features. Click description for more info!

    Informational Books anchor Chart from Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten

    Teaching nonfiction text features using a "scavenger hunt"-style game keeps it engaging and encourages students to think of how and what the text feature teaches them.

    Good way to incorporate language arts and science. When doing a project on a specific animal, students can write facts and their opinions about that animal for display.

    Cause and effect, inferences

    Wonderful ideas for teaching fairy tales, compare and contrast, and beginning, middle, and end.

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