All of these historical children's books are great resources for me to have in my future classroom. Before reading all of these books in sequence, students can make a timeline with major events in U.S. history. Spaces can be left on the timeline so that students can fill in their favorite book that they read.
This resource contains 20 ready to use book labels, plus an editable template for you to create your own! You'll find the following labels included in the resource. Don't see something you want? Let me know and I'll do my best to add it!-narrative poetry-science fiction-fairy tales-graphic novels-historical fiction-I survived series-Who Was?
M&M Bookmarks with Discussion Prompts for Historical Fiction (Dice Cards Added)
Historical Fiction Prompts! I love to use these bookmark discussion prompt cards with mixed-level conference groups. All students benefit from hearing about different texts of the same genre regardless of the level. Using these cards to guide your discussion with students should help to make the discussion richer. I have included dice cards for those who would like a black/white printing option. Follow Rainbow City Learning on TpT for more genres! $
*FREEBIE* These are Book Report Projects I have made to cover different genres: Historical Fiction, Informational Text, Mystery, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Biography, Folktales, Poetry and Realistic Fiction. Students create the following: puppet show, newspaper, puzzle, gift bag project, comic strip, living museum, cereal box project, a scrapbook, and a message in a bottle. Each project is completely different and fun for the kids, as well as educational. The projects all align with the…