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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

I absolutely love these posters! These posters are quick and easy ways for students to learn their reading genres. My fifth graders really liked them also.

GENRE BINGO Students cross off a box after reading a book with the goal of getting 5 boxes in a row, column or diagnoally across. Helps encourage readers to branch out in their selections.

Every classroom library needs to have Reading Genre Posters! Each of these 10 FREE posters have pictures that correspond to the definition of each genre.

Reading Genres- Students keep tally of what genres they read

Similar in design to Beth Newingham's Genre Posters, I have created additional Genre posters for you to display in your classrom. Included in the D...

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

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

Sure to be an engaging set of activities for your students, this packet is a great way to review the various genres. There are multiple activities to check your students' understanding of each genre and its purpose. We appreciate feedback if you download and use this fun freebie!