Ten Interesting Facts
This series contains facts that will interest students. The facts may be used to teach a large number of skills:
- close reading
- understanding nonfictional passages
- analyzing data
Blog posts include printable versions of the facts for student handouts.
At this post, students will learn about about spying and Benedict Arnold. Other interesting facts include:
- a line graph showing the British national debt
- a chart with causalities
Add interest to your Veterans’ Day lessons by reading about the wars Americans entered. A chart shows an interesting breakdown of Veterans by race, war, voters, and education.
Included in this post is a chart of the most popular candy. You’ll also find a bulletin board idea with free printables.
Learn about worms. Print a worm facts sheet for students to write their own worm facts.
After reading interesting facts, you can print two organizers to use in the classroom. One goes over the duties of the Three Branches of Government. The second goes over the Rill of Rights.
Students will enjoy learning about volcanoes. A graphic organizer is included.
Have students read this nonfiction companion to the novel Hatchet. Download a staggered flip printable organizer related to Brian’s survival methods.
Students will enjoy learning about the sun. A printable graphic organizer contains facts about the sun.
Great Depression facts makes a great companion piece to the following novel studies:
- Out of the Dust
- Al Capone Does My Shirts
- Esperanza Rising
- Bud, Not Buddy
Facts about the Holocaust makes a great nonfiction companion to Number the Stars.