Reading Non Fiction

These activities and downloadable resources are perfect for supporting the teaching of non-fiction reading.

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7 - 11

Appraising Information Books

A set of questions which encourage children to appraise Tudor information books.
2 - 16
Non-Fiction Books Banners

Non-Fiction Books Banners

Print our Non-Fiction Books banners and use them in your classroom or library, to draw attention to the wonderful range of non-fiction books that your children can read.
7 - 11

Fact or Opinion

Ask your pupils to decide if these sentences are facts or opinions and drag them to the correct side of the Smartboard.
2 - 5
I Can Smell

I Can Smell

A Powerpoint presentation which can be used as a simple reading exercise and based on a "smell" topic.
7 - 11

Leaflet Evaluations

Children read a 'flyer' from a place of interest and evaluate it to see if it helps attract visitors, before possibly designing their own.
7 - 11

Owl Project

A collection of resources to use as part of a project about owls.
7 - 11

Newspaper Activities

A number of activities using newspapers.
7 - 11

Quotes

Use phrases and quotes each day and ask children to make up their own!
7 - 11

What's in the News?

Encourage your children to be aware of current events using this interactive activity.
5 - 11
We Rock at Reading! Display

We Rock at Reading! Display

Learn about the features of non-fiction books by making your own version of this fantastic classroom display.
5 - 11

In the News Display

I created this display outside my classroom. It is a News Board that I change regularly. The news items are world wide and are displayed around the world.
3 - 11
Letters to Santa Display

Letters to Santa Display

A wonderful Christmas display!
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