Non-Fiction Success! Tools of the Trade FREEBIE!

Howdy!  Jen Bradshaw here from 

I have always LOVED 
reading aloud.  It doesn't matter if I was reading to my own children at home or to my kiddos at school.  Reading aloud to others was one of the reasons that I wanted to become a teacher.

Because I adore good literature, I always found myself planning for fiction MOST OF THE TIME.  In fact, when I first began my teaching career, I only taught fiction.  CRAZY to think about it now, huh?

To prepare our students with what they need to know to do well in higher education and really make it out in the real world, students must have a good command of reading and understanding non-fiction.

Each free form comes in black and white to make copies for your students.  I use the color copies when I am teaching the whole group and then I hang them in my classroom.


If you would like to read more about teaching non-fiction text features and get a non-fiction FREEBIE too, please click here or you can click on one of the graphics in this post.

Best wishes!

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