Sunday, January 15, 2012

Nonfiction Card Game Library Center

Run, Teacher, Run created this cool "I Have, Who Has" game to teach nonfiction conventions.

Aren't the cards cute? There are fourteen cards. Just print and laminate them, and you've got a card game to review those non-fiction text features that we want our students to use.
Are you on a rotation where you have students each week for an extended time? This library center could be just the ticket. Get them involved in a card game, and the competitive spirit will keep them engaged and learning.
And it's a FREE download!


  1. Super cute idea! I am in the middle of a non-fiction text feature unit with my 2nd and 3rd graders and I plan to revamp these cards to suit what I have taught!

  2. Oh, good! I'm glad these will help you, MMoore. Games make learning fun! Let us know how it goes with your students!

  3. Love this!! I am spending hours looking through your blog, I am trying to go with a centered library this school year :) Thank you!

    1. Thanks for the comment, Sharron! Please let me know how it goes! I think you'll really like the centered library!