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Take your students on a textbook scavenger hunt from Reading Strategies for Mathematics #tcmpub #shelleducation #reading #math

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non-fiction scavenger hunt She has other graphic organizers that might be helpful when teaching writing to lower elementary students. Also ideas for anchor charts.

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Textbook Scavenger Hunt/ Back to School Word Search - Editable

Textbook Scavenger Hunt This generic document can be used with all textbooks. Sample questions include:What is the title of this textbook? What is the latest copyright date of this textbook?Who are the authors of this textbook? YOU CAN EDIT THIS ITEM IF YOU WANT TO CUSTOMIZE IT FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION FROM YOUR TEXTBOOK.IT IS IN MS WORD.CUSTOMER TIPS!How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases: * Please go to your My Purchases page (you may need to login).

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Nonfiction Text Features

Nonfiction Text Features! make collages by having kids cut out different features they find in scholastic news magazines

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Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt

Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt - Middle School Science Class Activity. This 20 question scavenger hunt has students navigate themselves around the information available on the periodic table. Compatible with most textbook versions of the periodic table. This activity makes a great anticipatory set, early finisher activity, or quick informal assessment. Available in Kristin Lee's Science (and more!) Shop on TeachersPayTeachers.

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Novel Scavenger Hunt Using Sticky Notes: For ANY Novel

Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $

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Cool idea....I could make something like this for a guided reading group reading a NF book and ask them to provide page numbers/evidence. We could talk about how text features add to the reader's experience.

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