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Using Fantasy and Reality Reading Comprehension Worksheet, students read this passage to learn more about the fantasy and reality genres.
Using Fiction and Nonfiction Features Worksheet, students sort features into different categories based on whether it is found in fiction or non-fiction texts.
While using this Comparing Topics Alike and Different Graphic Organizer Worksheet, your students will be assigned two topics.
Using this Myths Legends Worksheet, students sort descriptions of myths and legends to learn more about genres.
Using Identifying Fantasy and Realism Worksheet, students color events to differentiate between fantasy and realism events to learn more about genres.
Using Types of Text Worksheet, students match the types of text to learn more about genres.
Using Fables Tall Tales Worksheet, students read the descriptions listed to determine if it describes a fable or a tall tale
Using Identifying the Genre of a Story Worksheet, students match the book cover to the genre to build their understanding of different genre types.
Using Fairy Tales Elements Worksheet, students read several fairy tale stories to find examples of the fairy tale elements.
While using this Informational Text Graphic Organizer Worksheet, your students will use an informational text. First, they will look for key vocabulary from
Using Fiction and Non-Fiction Favorite Books Worksheet, students create a list of their favorite fiction and non-fiction books that they have read.
This Peanut Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading about Grandpa's nickname.
Using Different Types of Text Worksheet, students recognize common types of texts to build their understanding of different genre types.
Using Second Grade I am Reading Worksheet, students keep track of the stories they read this year by writing the title and the date the book was completed.
Using Books I Am Reading Worksheet, students keep track of the stories they read this year by writing the title and the date the book was completed.
Using Lesson Learned Worksheet, students write a story about a time that they learned a lesson by including proper sequence in your story.
Using Fiction and Nonfiction List Worksheet, students create a list of their favorite fiction and non-fiction books that they have read by themselves or with the class.
Using Group Reading Activities Worksheet, teachers fill in the stars to record skills that students show during guided or group reading activities.