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Reading Genres

Reading Genres Jeopardy style game show! Excellent practice for your 2nd to 5th Grade students. With 25 practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. This one was a teacher request and I'm loving how it turned out! Game Show categories include: What's My Genre?, Name It, Read or Re-Shelve?, Title Teaser, On the Cover $

FREE 6 Poster Set for teaching the subgenres of Folktales: Fairy Tale, Tall Tale, Fable, Myth, & Legend. Visit my blog for more reading and literature freebies!

Name the Genre - could add space for kids to write in a book in that genre once they read

This is a fun, motivating activity that can be used in conjunction with Accelerated Reader or with any other program in your classroom. Literary g...

Included in this post is a reading genres poster. This poster is designed to help students identify different genres. Additionally, the poster compares genres and encourages students to explore new genres.

A book tasting! great idea for a lesson. introduces students to new book by providing a "sample" of a few different books.

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Classroom Library Labels & Chalkboard Theme

Lessons with Laughter: Classroom Library Labels & Chalkboard Theme!

GENRE BINGO Students cross off a box after reading a book with the goal of getting 5 boxes in a row, column or diagnoally across. Helps encourage readers to branch out in their selections.

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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! $