Free Non Fiction Organizer

I have a Free Nonfiction graphic organizer to help analyze reading. This nonfiction graphic organizer is perfect for summarizing non-fiction articles like classroom news readers from Scholastic or Weekly Reader. (any non fiction article will work.)
 FREE Nonfiction Graphic Organizer


Here is how you use the nonfiction graphic organizer:
  • Students write the article's name or main idea in the topic.
  • They write Vocabulary words: Students write the bold words and their definitions.
  • Students Write Facts: Students write some facts that they learned about the article.
  • Students Ask Questions: Students write some questions about the article or even questions they still might have after reading.
  • They write Opinions: Students write their opinion about the article giving at least one reason why they feel that way.
Click the picture above to download this freebie.

 15 National Symbols of America Nonfiction Reading Passages
I have 15 nonfiction articles all about our National Symbols of America. This pack is perfect for using the nonfiction graphic organizer above. Not only will students be reading, but they will be learning about our nation's history.  This pack also comes with a set of comprehension questions and vocabulary words. There are also real pictures for students to see our great symbols of America! Click the picture to read more about it. 
 Book Talk and Reports
Need more graphic organizers? Book Talk has several versions for reading fiction and non-fiction material. Book Talk also has book reports, reading activities, and some fun reading logs. Check it out. It's perfect for 2nd and 3rd graders.


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