Go-To Blogs for Nonfiction Standards

Reading Informational is a domain of Common Core standards. They cover all things nonfiction. They are abbreviated as RI when coding standards. First, these RI skills cover topics as simple as asking and answering questions. Then, they progressively get harder and more in-depth. This collection of go-to blogs for nonfiction standards will help when you’re lesson planning. It’s a one-stop spot for teachers looking to understand deeper and find inspiration for new lessons! First, browse all the titles that are included below. Then, click each blog one by one to learn more.

Browse through to find the topics you’re looking for!

Nonfiction Text Images Link

Text Features Link

Main Topic & Main Idea Link

Author’s Point & Reasons Link

Author’s Purpose Link

Compare & Contrast Nonfiction Link

Kindergarten-Specific Nonfiction Tips Link

Unknown Words Link

Making Connections Link

Perfect Mentor Texts for Reading Informational Standards

One of my more popular blog posts is my mentor text suggestions! This blog post outlines all the RI standards. Then, it gives book suggestions and links for books I think would be great for your classroom.

Mentor Text Suggestions Link

Thanks for reading my collection of Go-To Blogs for Nonfiction Standards…

I hope these blog posts help you understand the domain a bit deeper. Bookmark this collection of go-to blogs. That way, you can easily refer back to it when lesson planning!

Check out my nonfiction units specifically made for each Common Core standard:

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