FREE Nonfiction Text Features Printables and Activities – Print and Digital
When students enter the upper grades, they are required to read more textbooks and informational texts. These texts can be difficult for students due to the higher-level vocabulary and concept-dense content. This free resource includes an All About Me Text Features Booklet, Text Features Cootie Catchers, Text Features Bulletin Board, Text Features Hunt, and a Text Features Table.
When students enter the upper grades, they are required to read more textbooks and informational texts. These texts can be difficult for students due to the higher-level vocabulary and concept-dense content. In addition to being unfamiliar with the content, science and social studies textbooks often contain many nonfiction text features. These features supplement and present important information that students must read in order to fully comprehend the text.
The goal of this free resource is to help your students identify and understand nonfiction text features.
**A digital version is also included for use with Google Classroom.**
With the digital version, you have the option to go 100% paperless.
Included in this free resource:
-All About Me Text Features Booklet
-Text Features Cootie Catchers
-Text Features Bulletin Board
-Text Features Hunt
-Text Features Table
These resources compliment my informative blog post at In the Classroom with Kristine Nannini.
Click HERE to read the blog post on How to Get Students to Master Nonfiction Text Features.
Thank you, and enjoy!
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