You and your child will look through non-fiction books that have maps, charts, graphics, and any other text features that present information visually. Gather several books with different types of text features. If you don't have any books like that at home, ask your librarian for ideas.
Pick a chapter or section of a book that has a map, chart or graphic. Read the chapter or section. Ask your child if the text feature made it easier to understand what the chapter was about. Find other text features and ask your child if he or she can determine what the chapter is about simply by looking at the features and reading any captions.
You will need the following supplies: