Start your back-to-school prep early with a set of task cards for box books. Box Books are a great way to build up your literacy centers or give you a head start on activities for early finishers. Box books are a fun and unique way to encourage your
Informational Text Literacy Center: Toaster Pastry Box Book
A great addition to your literacy center or to use as printables in your classroom. This 45 page resource contains 10 non-fiction passages and numerous printables. Check out the gif preview to see some of the super pages that are available in this resource. A holiday must have!
Literacy Center Games: Vowels, Compound words, Suffixes and Prefixes
Community Helpers - Nonfiction Reading Passages:Use this resource to teach your students aboutcommunity helpers and practice nonfiction readingskills. The passages are short, simple, and containa picture of the community helper. What is included:- Nonfiction Reading Passages:There are 12 reading passages.
Baltimore Orioles: Non-Fiction Literacy Center or Close Reading Pocket Folders
Informational Text Reading Skills Task Cards: Comprehension Questions: CCSS-aligned 35 half-page informational text task cards with 4 comprehension questions and tasks on EACH card for a total of 140 informational text questions. Also use full page version to display on projector or powerpoint slide!! Teach informational text or nonfiction text skills for ELA test prep or literacy center ideas #nonfictiontaskcards
Black History Month Banner Project Activities
Celebrate Black History Month with your students using this great activity. Students research and write about an influential Black American on a banner page which can be displayed throughout the month of February (or any and every month)! Kids have fun sharing what they've learned with classmates! Click to find out more.
Clouds: Non-Fiction Literacy Center or Close Reading Pocket Folders