Identify Text Features - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Print Concepts

In the lesson "Identify Text Features," students will embark on an exciting journey into the world of print concepts, a foundational unit in understanding how texts are constructed and how to interact with them effectively. This lesson is specifically designed for Kindergarten students, making it an essential stepping stone in their early literacy development.

Through engaging in activities such as the "Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet," students will learn to recognize and understand different text features, such as titles, headings, table of contents, pictures, and captions. These features play a crucial role in how information is organized and presented in written material, making it easier for readers to find, interpret, and absorb information.

Understanding text features is important because it helps students become more strategic and efficient readers. It builds a foundation for their reading comprehension skills, enabling them to navigate through texts more easily and gain a better understanding of the material. Moreover, it fosters an appreciation for the structure of informational texts, which is instrumental in their academic journey and lifelong learning.

Estimated classroom time: 3 min
Chapter: Print Concepts
Unit: Print Concepts
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Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet
Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet
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  • Activity 1 / Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

    When young children begin reading, one of the first skills they acquire is making sure the book is being held appropriately and knowing that reading begins from left to right. This quick assessment worksheet will let your child show that when it comes to holding informational texts the right way, they've got the right stuff! They'll look at the pictures of the friendly students and circle the child who is holding the book the correct way, and you'll know they're on the right path to being lifetime readers!