Non Fiction and Fiction Book Titles Sorting Activity

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  • New Y2 class needing to know the difference between fiction and non fiction.

    , Sep 28th
  • Love this resource, I will be using it as a starter to compare fiction and non-fiction. Is there anyway this resource could be made editable and have added into it non-fiction and fiction text features?

    , Apr 27th
    • Hey there wilkinsonv, thanks for commenting! I have passed this request to our resource designers so that they can have a look into this for you :)

      , Apr 27th
    • Hi wilkinsonv! The updated version has now been sent to you and is available to download. Let us know if you have any more great ideas :)

      , Jul 31st
  • Fantastic

    , Feb 23rd
  • These will be used as an independent activity for the children to do while others are working with an adult during a non-fiction based Guided Reading.

    , Jan 13th
  • I shall print these and use as a starter activity.

    , May 31st
This handy resource features different book titles for your children to sort as either fiction or non-fiction. Great for subject recognition.
This resource is available in Standard, Editable and Eco Black and White.
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