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main idea. This is cool. Kids could all write thoughts on sticky notes and then put them on the big bulb in large group time.

Retelling Stories - Use the symbols to creating a story rope to assist children to retell the story in the correct sequence.

A great idea for teaching kids about the important place they play in their community. This helps to build a sense of identity and purpose. I would tweak it a little though so it doesn't look like they are the center of the universe

Students looked over a variety of books, then compared and contrasted them. After table discussions, the class generated a list comparing fiction to nonfiction.

I love this! I want all my students to know that they are writers! Andddd that writing doesn't have to be boring.

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

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.

what a great anchor chart for when I am teaching about genres and text features

Fiction vs. Non-Fiction-What's the difference? (Fifth grade) students write genres of various types and place on correct columns of the poster.

Anchor Charts - Reading types (fiction and non-fiction) good to start off the year