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Students will have fun using their prior knowledge of nouns, verbs, adjectives, synonyms, and antonyms to complete the possibly humorous library story.Students share their different stories aloud with classmates.

Students will have fun using their prior knowledge of nouns, verbs, adjectives, synonyms, and antonyms to complete the possibly humorous library story.Students share their different stories aloud with classmates.

This is the graphic novel comparison activity to be used with the Getting to Know Graphic Novels PowerPoint lesson available for purchase in my store.

Graphic Novel Comparision Diagram: Companion Activity

This is the graphic novel comparison activity to be used with the Getting to Know Graphic Novels PowerPoint lesson available for purchase in my store.

Sections of the library worksheet with search slips template. More library orientation!

Sections of the library worksheet with search slips template. More library orientation!

This activity is designed to assess and/or review students' understanding of simple nonfiction/information text features, such as glossary, maps, index, captions, bold words, etc.

Nonfiction Informational Text Features Matching Activity

This activity is designed to assess and/or review students' understanding of simple nonfiction/information text features, such as glossary, maps, index, captions, bold words, etc.

In this activity, students use what they know about the different genres and their characteristics to match books with the appropriate genre based on evaluating the book title and cover.Students exercise their knowledge of fiction and nonfiction genres, such as historical fiction, biographies, mysteries, fantasies, poetry, and science fiction.Great for review or to gauge student knowledge prior to a genre unit or study.

Genre Matching Activity: Fiction & Nonfiction Genres

In this activity, students use what they know about the different genres and their characteristics to match books with the appropriate genre based on evaluating the book title and cover.Students exercise their knowledge of fiction and nonfiction genres, such as historical fiction, biographies, mysteries, fantasies, poetry, and science fiction.Great for review or to gauge student knowledge prior to a genre unit or study.

Students use their prior knowledge of resources (Atlas, Almanac, Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Thesaurus) to choose the best reference source to answer the questions.

Choosing the BEST Reference Source

Students use their prior knowledge of resources (Atlas, Almanac, Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Thesaurus) to choose the best reference source to answer the questions.

This is a fun and interactive figurative language activity that allows your students to demonstrate their knowledge of similes by properly choosing the best image that completes the sentence to make an appropriate warm weather/summertime comparison using like or as.

Summer Similes: a fun figurative language cut & paste warm weather activity

This is a fun and interactive figurative language activity that allows your students to demonstrate their knowledge of similes by properly choosing the best image that completes the sentence to make an appropriate warm weather/summertime comparison using like or as.

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