Biography Genre Study Grades PreK-3
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5
Introduce young students to the genre of biography and autobiography. Reading picture book biographies of famous people, and then writing their own autobiographies, students will learn the important concepts of this genre.
When they are ready for a more advanced biographical study, this graphic organizer will help them do an in-depth book report based on a biography.
Biography Book Report
For lots more Abraham Lincoln teaching resources, visit the Lincoln Bicentennial collection.
For older students, see the Biography Genre Study for Grades 3-7.
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