What is fiction

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Pre K, Anchor Charts, English, Third Grade Reading, Nonfiction Anchor Chart, Fiction Anchor Chart, Nonfiction Books, Reading Strategies, Nonfiction Text Features

Once again, let me tell you how much I LOVE summertime. I have been busy busy busy creating brand new products, including a new Fiction and Non-Fiction Anchor Chart, that I’m super excited about! So, last April, I created a set of Assessment task cards for Non-Fiction Text Features. I... Read more

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Dana Pesek
It is a short and sweet reading comprehension for higher grade students. It is a story about a family where there is a father, mother, and daughter. The girl thinks too much and that is what this reading comprehension is about.Please download the PDF The Overthinking Girl – Reading Comprehension

It is a short and sweet reading comprehension for higher grade students. It is a story about a family where there is a father, mother, and daughter. The girl thinks too much and that is what this reading comprehension is about.Please download the PDF The Overthinking Girl – Reading Comprehension

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Worksheets for kids
Use this to create a summary writing anchor chart with your 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Teach upper elementary and middle school students what is included in a fiction summary and what should be left out. Recreate this chart as a classroom poster to use with summary writing workshops or small groups. Create your own summarizing bulletin board. Use this as the first step when teaching students how to write concise fiction summaries. #anchorchart #summarywriting #summarizing Anchor Charts, Summary Anchor Chart, Teaching Summary Writing, Essay Writing, Writing Introductions, Nonfiction Reading, Teaching Summary, Summary Writing

Use this to create a summary writing anchor chart with your 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Teach upper elementary and middle school students what is included in a fiction summary and what should be left out. Recreate this chart as a classroom poster to use with summary writing workshops or small groups. Create your own summarizing bulletin board. Use this as the first step when teaching students how to write concise fiction summaries. #anchorchart #summarywriting #summarizing

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Gaby Flores
Anchor Charts, English, Nonfiction Text Features Anchor Chart, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Teaching Nonfiction, Nonfiction Reading, Nonfiction Activities, 2nd Grade Reading, 4th Grade Reading

Do your students need help understanding the differences between fiction vs nonfiction texts? These ideas & activities are perfect for making an anchor chart for your classroom as your students are learning to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction.

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Vanessa Bean