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Real or Not Real? Reality vs Fantasy Picture Sorts For Budding Readers

A Teacher's Idea

A Teacher's Idea

Fantasy or Reality Sorting Activity:This is a wonderful resource for your literacy centers. The cards can be laminated for students to write on with a dry erase marker, or it can be used for sortin... View Full Description
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Categories: Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, Reading, Writing
Product Type: Printable

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Fantasy or Reality Sorting Activity:This is a wonderful resource for your literacy centers. The cards can be laminated for students to write on with a dry erase marker, or it can be used for sorting on the mat included.

Fantasy or Reality Sorting Activity:This is a wonderful resource for your literacy centers. The cards can be laminated for students to write on with a dry erase marker, or it can be used for sorting on the mat included.

This resource can help students to distinguish reality from fantasy. This activity helps them to think critically about graphics and illustrations that are presented to them from an early level.

There are 80 picture cards for your kiddos to sort into two categories: Real or Fantasy. Students must look at the picture cards, ask critical questions about what they are viewing then make a correct choice, reality or fiction. You can guide them here. One possible question is:
"Can this really happen?"
At the end of this sorting activity your kids can draw illustrations of what occurs as a reality and what can be fictitious. The template for this drawing activity is also included.

Teacher support and scaffolding is highly recommended.


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A Teacher's Idea
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I have been in the field of primary education for 24 years. I am a teacher blogger and teacherpreneur for over 4 years.   I  completed a B. Ed (Bachelor of Education) majoring in Language Arts and recently graduated with a Masters in Literacy Instruction. Visit my blog for great ideas and teaching tips to make learning  for your students both memorable and fun.

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