Printables for This Topic:
Main Genres – Label each
book as fiction and nonfiction.
Subgenres – We take it a step
further and classify works as: fantasy, mystery, science fiction,
historical nonfiction, or informational.
Author Genres – What
genre do you think each is? Do you think the author's goal was to
inform, persuade, or entertain the reader?
Genres of Books –
Underline supporting evidence for your choice, then write your answer
on the line.
Fiction and Nonfiction
– Make up a short story (2-5 sentences) that could be fiction, then
make up a short story that could be nonfiction.
Persuade Me! – Write
a short story where you persuade your reader what the perfect pet
What Do You Know? –
Write a short story where you inform your reader about something you
know a lot about. Some ideas could include bugs, your pet, or how
to do something.
Short Stories – Write
a short story where you entertain your reader.
Short Poems – Make
sure the words at the end of each line rhyme!
Genres – Brainstorm
at least three important events in your life.
Biographies – Interview
a parent, grandparent, or other adult you know.