Struggling to get your #Students to #read #Nonfiction? Here’s the perfect activity!

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Image of the 2nd half of a nonfiction group game/activity worksheet. To access the first half of this worksheet, you must go back to the preceding week's posting.

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As my regular followers know, I posted the first half of this activity sheet last Monday. You’ll have to go back to that earlier blog post to download the first half of the worksheet shown here.

The game that accompanies this worksheet goes like this:

  • Bring a cart full of DIY and craft project books from the library into your classroom.
  • Pass out a different book to each student.
  • Divide students into groups of three to five students.
  • Have students work in groups to fill out the worksheet.

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