Free Nonfiction Reading Lessons

Free Nonfiction Reading Lessons

We’re excited to share these free, interactive, nonfiction lessons for grades K–2 to teach key reading, speaking and listening skills.
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We’re excited to share these free, interactive, nonfiction lessons for grades K–2 to teach key reading, speaking and listening skills. These lessons come from The Superkids Reading Program, a core, K-2 reading program. Each Superkids lesson, ideal for interactive whiteboards, features an engaging, interactive reading activity and comprehensive teacher’s guide to help you focus in on key vocabulary, discussion questions and more.

  • In this interactive read-aloud lesson, students learn all about where the food they eat comes from. They will watch a vegetable grow in a series of time-lapse videos, interact with a diagram of a plant and more! Plus, the accompanying teacher’s guide provides discussion questions, key vocabulary, and extension activities.

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  • In this interactive, read-aloud lesson, students explore the planets of our solar system and discover what makes each one unique. Students will see videos of the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, the rocky matter that makes up Saturn’s rings and much more! Plus, the accompanying teacher’s guide focuses on skills like retelling, comparison and vocabulary.

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  • SUPER magazine is a full-feature magazine that provides instruction and practice with informational text. This issue, “Splish, Splash!” is the story of water on our planet—where it comes from, how people get it and how they use it. The lesson plan provides step-by-step comprehension instruction for each page of the interactive magazine included.

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