Nonfiction Text Features Worksheets Anchor Charts & Graphic Organizers Features


Need nonfiction text features practice activities for your students? These Nonfiction Text Features Worksheets and graphic organizers are perfect when introducing text and graphic features. The text features worksheets will have students defining, finding, interacting, and applying 18 different nonfiction text features! Each text and graphic features are accompanied by a nonfiction text features anchor chart to display around the classroom once introduced!

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Nonfiction Text Features Worksheets includes: 

  • Captions text features worksheet
  • Bold print  text features worksheet
  • Heading  text features worksheet
  • Fact boxes  text features worksheet
  • Table of contents  text features worksheet
  • Maps  text features worksheet
  • Glossary  text features worksheet
  • Timelines  text features worksheet
  • Graphs  text features worksheet
  • Diagrams  text features worksheet
  • Illustrations  text features worksheet
  • Titles  text features worksheet
  • Bullet points  text features worksheet
  • Keywords  text features worksheet
  • Labels  text features worksheet
  • Index  text features worksheet
  • pronunciation guide  text features worksheet
  • Photographs  text features worksheet
  • A Nonfiction Text Features poster for each of the listed text features 

Your students will be completely engaged with this exploration of nonfiction text features with these text features worksheets and posters. You will love that you were able to provide them with meaningful nonfiction text features practice without having to spend hours preparing or looking for resources! 

See What Other Teachers Are Saying . . .

  • This was a great resource to introduce and then review text features. I also loved all the study sheets for application and practice.
  • My students were learning about text features and were having a hard time remembering them. So we used these to start small groups to review how text features help us while reading. The students were engaged and liked creating their own text feature at the bottom when they finished reviewing. 
  • My students loved using this resource. It was a great review of the text features in a fun and easy-to-use way!

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