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Description This free set of task cards focuses on nonfiction text features. It includes 24 task cards and 1 game recording sheet. Some of the text features include: heading, subheading, diagram, caption, glossary, index, table of contents, map, timeline, text box, cutaway, bold words, italicized words, photograph, and illustration. ********This resource is available in three formats: Traditional Printables- Print the PDF and distribute paper task cards and recording sheets. Easel Activity…

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Oh how I LOVE October! I love that the weather is beginning to cool (for us that means temps in the 80s.) I love that my little firsties are starting figure out routines and build independence. And I love that we can start focusing our learning around some favorite nonfiction topics. For us, that me

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This nonfiction text features anchor chart posters and activities resource is perfect for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd, and 3rd grade students learning to comprehend nonfiction texts at a deeper level. The text features graphic organizers and activities are easy to prep for teachers and engaging for students. #teachingnonfiction #textfeatures #nonfictiontextfeatures

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This Nonfiction Text Features Flip Flap Book® is the perfect supplement to teach your lessons, books, & activities on learning about nonfiction text features.

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Teaching your students to identify nonfiction text features is so much fun! Finds lots of strategies and activities in this post to help your students master nonfiction text features.

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Embarrassing Story: Today my hunny and I went to Corner Bakery to do a little work on our laptops and enjoy some tasty stuff. I worked ...

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Use this free text features slideshow to teach your 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade students about 18 different text features. The slideshow gives the name of the text feature, a definition, and a visual example to help your students better understand the purpose of text features. Includes nonfiction text features like headings, table of contents, labels, captions, and more - great for an upper elementary classroom lesson.

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