Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Text Features Freebie

One of our literacy skills next week is using text features to find information. I am going to put this text features scavenger hunt in one of my literacy stations to help the students practice. They will use their Social Studies text to find various types of text features. I thought it might be fun for some of you to try with your kids. Click on the pic below to download. Please leave me a comment if you do!

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  1. Oh thank you sooo much! This is awesome! We are doing a book study on Mosaic of Thought and this is awesome! YOU ROCK!!

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  2. I really like reading your blog and seeing all of the things you do in your classroom. That is why I am giving you the Versitle Blogger Award.

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  3. Found your blog through Third Grade's a Charm. Love your ideas! I am also giving you the Versatile Blogger Award! : )


  4. Love the worksheet. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Love the non-fiction text feature scavenger hunt!! Thank you!!

  6. Thank you! I like the non-fiction text feature scavenger hunt! I think it will work great with my students as a follow up of a mini-lesson on nonfiction text features.

  7. Thank you so much!! This is very useful to me!!