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LOTS of Historical Fiction teaching resources!  Book Lists, Anchor Charts, Teaching Ideas, and MORE!  Resources cover The Civil War, Immigration to the US, World War II – the 1940’s, the 1960’s – Civil Rights.  Everything you need to get started with Historical Fiction in the elementary classroom.

Hooray for Historical Fiction!

Bring history to life with these historical fiction picture books. This would be a great resource to look at when picking historical fictions books for my library or to read aloud.

Books that Have a Clear Problem and Solution Text Structure complied by This Reading Mama

What's the SCOOP? Retelling Chart

Books that Have a Clear Problem and Solution Text Structure complied by This Reading Mama.this list was really helpful for me when I used it with my second graders last year

fiction non fiction poster by cathyrodriguez

Good idea for explaining fiction and non-fiction. fiction, nonfiction anchor chart- helps the kids see the differences

The students have been doing AMAZING in non-fiction writing this week.  On Monday we made a KWL chart for Black Bears, Tuesday we did Polar Bears, and today we did Grizzly Bears.  Each day for writing they have to write 2 facts they learned.  They are allowed to use the KWL chart for reference if they need to.

The students have been doing AMAZING in non-fiction writing this week. On Monday we made a KWL chart for Black Bears, Tuesday we did Polar.

5 of My Favorite Non-Fiction Series to Engage Readers. FREEBIES to go with each book series. Perfect for elementary and upper grades.

I love exploring non-fiction texts with my students! Non-fiction can be fun, fascinating, and extremely engaging for students, especially .

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