Genre Activities

Collection by Jamie Hestermann

Jamie Hestermann
 Non-Fiction Anchor Chart What hit home about this ideas is the fiction and nonfiction pairing of turtle texts. Kindergarten Reading, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading, Kindergarten Behavior, Reading School, Reading Help

Fiction and Non Fiction

Hello Everyone! I am going to be quick today as I have a ton of studying to do for my ESL Certification, and tomorrow is Valentine's Day! I've got a lot to do to get ready for the festivities and love!! Our "Friendship Celebration" should be a lot of fun!! Anyway, today we worked hard on the main differences between fiction and nonfiction books. We talked about the kinds of pictures, words, elements, and the reason for reading both genres. We made this anchor chart to help us remember. With…

The First Grade Parade: Nonfiction Books Anchor chart Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Wall, Shared Reading, Kids Reading, Reading Skills

A Sale, A Freebie, & An Anchor Chart - Cara Carroll

I’m sure y’all have heard the news by now, but just incase you haven’t, a few of us bloggers {and SO many more!!!} are throwing a sale tomorrow…in honor of Leap Day! 20% off in our stores plus an additional 10% from TpT using the code L2P9Y. If you’re in the mood to shop tomorrow …

Fiction vs Nonfiction Anchor Chart by ofelia Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Reading Genres, Learning, Reading Comprehension, Reading Lessons, Reading Passages

Fiction or Non-Fiction?

Just a quick post today. . . This was a bit of a combo lesson I did earlier this year. We first brainstormed the differences between fiction and non-fiction. My friends did pretty well, but it was a bit surprising to see what they missed. I think in all, the last bullet in each column was one they hadn't really thought about before. We had talked about genres briefly a few days prior, so I added it on to our lesson. My friends brought favorite books from home. We identified the genre, wrote…

 non-fiction. venn diagram, pictures of covers & vote graph. great for beginning of yr Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading, Genre Activities, Library Activities, Reading Logs, Reading Lessons

Life in First Grade

"There are many little ways to enlarge your child's world. Love of books is the best of all." -Jacqueline Kennedy

BIOGRAPHIES - activities to use when studying ANYONE. The activities can be used as part of a genre study or within the content areas. Biography Project, Biography Books, Library Activities, Genre Activities, Reading Resources, Professor, Genre Study, Library Lessons, Writing



genre matching freebie Teaching Genre, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Reading, Library Lesson Plans, Library Lessons, Library Ideas, Reading Genres, Reading Strategies, Genre Lessons

Genre Matching

Genre Matching - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free.

Valentines's Day Mystery, this fun Clue Game is sure to be a hit in your classroom. Use this mystery activity during your Holiday Party or as a fun Friday afternoon treat. This game features items that represent Valentine's Day. Students use the detective Valentines Games, Valentines Day Activities, Valentines Day Party, Holiday Activities, Valentine Box, Valentine Ideas, Valentine Crafts, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas

End of the Year Activity Mystery Game for the Whole Class

The end of the year is the perfect time to pull out this mystery activity. Students use the detective skills of listening and the process of elimination to solve the mystery of who took the test. Perfect whole class game, let the fun begin.

The Centered School Library: Printable Genre Bookmarks to Color (free) Library Lesson Plans, Library Lessons, Library Ideas, Library Skills, Free Library, Genre Activities, Library Activities, Reading Resources, Teacher Freebies

Printable Genre Bookmarks to Color

Hi freebie friends! It's Cari Young from The Centered School Library here! I'm celebrating 100,000 pageviews on my blog this weekend, and I'm delighted to share my celebration freebie with you. I created printable genre bookmarks to color. This is a free download on Teachers Pay Teachers. Here's a little preview. There are five printable PDF pages of bookmarks for you to print and copy for your students. I've included historical fiction, science fiction, mystery, realistic, and fantasy…

FREE National Geographic ebook on bats. Ideal for the Promethean board or smart board. Fun for Halloween! 1st Grade Science, Kindergarten Science, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Teaching Reading, Learning, National Geographic, Promethean Board

K–12 School Digital and Curricular Classroom Materials - NGL

K-12 digital curriculum — Mathematics; Science; Social Studies; Reading/Writing; ESL/ELD; World Languages; Advanced, Honors, Electives; Career and Technical Education

Teaching Reading Genres: From Setting up a Classroom Library to Independent Genre Activities - Raise the Bar Reading Genre Activities, Library Activities, Library Games, English Activities, Genre Posters, Library Posters, Teaching Genre, Teaching Reading, Teaching Posters

Genre Posters - Mrs Lodge's Library

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer! Between school projects like mod-podging lego poetry (pictures coming soon!) and packing for the big move, I’ve been keeping super busy! One thing I’ve been wanting to make are posters for the genres I teach and display in the library. I think having posters will be helpful reminders not only to the 3rd graders who will do genre passports, but all the kiddos. I’ve seen some cute posters on Pinterest but everyone has their own genre definitions and I…