You can find a small kindergarten version and a bigger version below. I decided that for the little k book I would write the definition, and I focused on six features. The bigger book has more features and space for the student to write the definition. I zoomed in on a feature over a few days.
Below are student samples
Labeling a butterfly
Close up of an
|I printed nonfiction photo's and had them cut and glue them in|
This word says SEED.
We had looked at a nonfiction book that had highlighted all of the titles
It was tricky to find many examples of comparisons,
This picture is an ant next to an orange.
|Another example of types of print|
We read the story Me on a Map and I encouraged students to make a
|This is the cover of the book and table of contents |
I focused on the following six features for kindergarten
Types of Prints and Comparisons
has T, Index, Glossary and Captions. able of Contents
For Anchor Class Chart
|Table of Contents|
|Types of Print|
The Inspiration came from this beautiful chart on Pinterest!
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