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Story Elements Trivia Game: Plot, Theme, Setting and More! from TEACHLEARN on TeachersNotebook.com (51 pages)
Story Elements Trivia Game: Plot, Theme, Setting and More! from TEACHLEARN on TeachersNotebook.com - (51 pages) - Have fun teaching the parts of the story by playing a trivia game! This is a great way to review the parts of a story without boring your students!
Story Element Pack
This pack includes printables where students illustrate and/or write about the story elements in a book.Pack includes:-Story Map-Problem and Solution-Sequencing-Character Profile (boy and girl)-Reality vs. FantasyThis pack is Common Core aligned with Kindergarten and First Grade standards.
Teaching Resources, Printables, Worksheets and more | TeacherSherpa
This Story Elements Flap Book is a fun way for students to identify the different parts of a story they've read or that you've read as a class. This activity could be included in your interactive notebook or glued onto construction paper if used as a stand-alone activity!
Story Elements Posters (Low Ink)
Uniquely designed colorful posters defining various story elements. Includes; cover title author illustrator characters setting transformation plot conflict or problem climax resolution or solution themeLandscape with white background and minimal use of color.My freebie Story Map Graphic Organizer Set might also be useful for your students.Different color Story Elements Posters are:Story Elements Posters (Low Ink)Story Elements Posters (Blue)Story Elements Posters (Red)Story Elements ...
QR Code Story Elements Cube
QR Code Story Elements Cube Story time just got one-upped! My kids LOVE to toss the QR Cube and scan to find the question they will answer about their story. A printable is included that asks learners about the story they have just read. Who is the author? What is the setting of the story? $
Story Elements & Reading Genre Posters & Activities
This resource is designed to help you explore story elements, reading genres, and the parts of a book with your students. The descriptive posters are perfect for displaying in your classroom, and the activities and book suggestions are the perfect way for your students to practice these skills.