Article of the Week Non-Fiction Articles Celebrations and Holidays Bundle

$34.99

Article of the Week Non-Fiction Articles Holidays PDF and Digital Formats: This resource contains 13 non-fiction articles and post-reading activities to assist with reading comprehension, standardized test prep (EQAO), and cross-curricular learning.

  • Distance Learning Ready: This resource contains individual PDFs of student pages to assist with online learning i.e. Google Classroom as well as Google Slides formatted lessons for 1:1 schools.

Resource Includes:

  • 12 high-interest non-fiction articles
  • 3 post-reading activities per article
  • 7 Reading Strategies graphic organizers
  • 5 Summarizing graphic organizers

Included For Every Article

  • Teacher lesson plan
  • Pre-reading K-W-L chart
  • Non-fiction article (with and without photos)
  • 3 Post-reading activities {comprehension questions, grammar questions (2 options: paper and self-grading Google Forms), long answer writing response}
  • Individual PDFs of student pages to assist with online learning i.e. Google Classroom Google Slides formatted lessons for 1:1 schools

Included Article Topics:

  • Chinese New Year
  • Groundhog Day
  • Valentine’s Day
  • Daylight Savings
  • St. Patrick’s Day
  • April Fools’ Day
  • Earth Day
  • Ramadan
  • Halloween
  • Diwali
  • Hanukkah
  • Christmas
  • Kwanzaa

Included Graphic Organizers

7 Summarizing Strategies Graphic Organizers

  • 3,2,1 Chart (2 options)
  • 5 W’s + H
  • GIST
  • Key Ideas
  • Alphabet Summary (2 options)

7 Reading Strategies Graphic Organizers

  • Predictions
  • Connections
  • Questions
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Main Idea
  • Determining Importance
  • Extending Answers

Use these articles and graphic organizers with my Article of the Week Differentiated Lessons program.

Teacher Feedback

  1. “Amazing! Can’t wait to use these resources with my students throughout the year! Thank you so much!”
  2. “I used the Valentine’s Day Article of the Week and it was a fun engaging activity for my students. They also liked the accompanying video.”
  3.  “Great topics for articles. My students loved the ones I used in class!”