CVC Sentences for Reading ComprehensionQuick View

CVC Sentences for Reading Comprehension

CVC Sentences for Reading Comprehension includes 100 Task Cards. (20 task cards for each vowel sound, a, e, i, o, u) This pack will have your students excited to practice reading, sounding out CVC Words, and comprehending what they are reading. Each task card displays 2 sentences. Students choose the sentence that matches the picture. These task cards will help students read with fluency and practice comprehension. There are 20 Task Cards for each vowel sound (a, e, i, o, u). Different Recording Sheets have been included to fit your needs in the classroom. Only a few sight words are used for each set of card. Use the sight word list to see if the set of task cards are right for your students. If students know the sight words listed and how to sound out 3 letter words, than this pack is perfect for your beginning readers! An answer key is included to help distinguish pictures.
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The Outsiders: Chapter Comprehension QuizzesQuick View

The Outsiders: Chapter Comprehension Quizzes

THE OUTSIDERS 10-QUESTION CHAPTER QUIZZES: I am not a huge proponent for multiple choice assessment, but sometimes with novel units, you do need a quick way to hold them accountable and to asses their comprehension. These are BASIC QUESTIONS* about the chapters, so if they are actually reading, they will get these correct. (*I note this because they are very basic plot and character elements used just as an assessment to make sure they are following along. The EXAM I offer in my store is much more detailed and thorough). There are three comprehension quizzes that cover Chapters 1-4, 5-8, and 9-12. There are ten multiple choice questions per quiz and an Answer Key is included. *****************************************************************************
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Visual ComprehensionQuick View

Visual Comprehension

Reading. Thinking. Writing! Illustrations and corresponding sentences are combined in the 25 lessons featured here to challenge discrimination and comparison abilities. Rather than multiple choice answers or underlined responses, students are asked to write complete sentences. This extra step will reinforce the thinking process as students work through each of the intriguing activities. Difficulty progresses with each exercise.
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Reading Comprehension PassagesQuick View

Reading Comprehension Passages

Looking for a quick and easy 'morning work' activity for your young students? Need reading comprehension passages for your guided reading groups? Have students who need extra practice with basic comprehension? Reading Comprehension is an important skill that all children need to practice. This is a set of 65 passages designed to help emergent readers sharpen their reading comprehension and writing skills. It can be used for homework, morning work, or even center work in your classroom! Each page in this pack contains: --A short passage (3 sentences) --A related picture --3 reading comprehension questions Students will read the sentences and answer the comprehension questions. To answer them, they must go back to the text to find the answer.
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Sentence ComprehensionQuick View

Sentence Comprehension

Reading made fun! This book is packed with 20 fully-illustrated, easy-to-read, comprehension activities for the beginning reader. Students are first challenged to match three sentences with three images: “The tree lost its leaves.” “I like to fly a kite.” “Herb is brushing his teeth.” To practice writing, spelling, and penmanship, pupils are then asked to create their own sentence to describe a fourth image. Coloring all the drawings adds a creative flair to each exercise.
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Comprehension Collection (Grade 5)Quick View

Comprehension Collection (Grade 5)

Hone reading skills!Whether being asked to read a short newspaper article about space machines, a description of the different parts of a spider, or a letter written by Daniel Boone, the 30 illustrated activities included in this book provide an interesting way to boost comprehension skills.By answering questions about information presented on “why the eye’s pupils change size,” a short biography of John James Audubon, the different parts of a dollar bill, and much more, students will fine tune their reading, writing, and spelling skills. This 32-page book includes an answer key.
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FUNbook of Reading ComprehensionQuick View

FUNbook of Reading Comprehension

Capture the interest of eager learners and reluctant learners alike with this humor-filled workbook guaranteed to put a grin on students' and teachers' faces. These skill-based activities revolve around a set of comical characters who get involved in silly and absurd situations. Students solve comical comprehension questions. Some stories lead up to a surprise ending adding to the enjoyment! Each funny, one-page story is accompanied by several questions to test comprehension. Some stories lead up to a surprise ending adding to the enjoyment. Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 4-12
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The Adventures of Captain Underpants: Comprehension ActivitiesQuick View

The Adventures of Captain Underpants: Comprehension Activities

This 14 page packet covers the entire "The Adventures of Captain Underpants" book by Dav Pilkey. Each worksheet of this packet allows students/teachers to check student comprehension of the story, Chapters 1-20. Each worksheet is devoted to the content of a particular chapter(s). The comprehension questions asked in this packet are all aligned to the Common Core standards for reading grades 2-4. There are also several additional activities in the packet that students complete to extend their understanding of the book. This is a great packet to send home with students to complete while they are reading the book and then they return once they have finished the book.
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Spanish listening comprehension: weatherQuick View

Spanish listening comprehension: weather

Use the embedded links for students to practice their listening comprehension skills. You may either print the page and play the recordings for a whole class activity, or provide them with the links so they may work independently at a differentiated rate. This is a great activity for stations, homework, or sub plans if your students have access to their own devices. Includes 5 activities all related to weather. I typically assign one at a time for homework or classwork.
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Comprehension: Critical Thinking SkillsQuick View

Comprehension: Critical Thinking Skills

Putting knowledge to work. Comprehension implies the understanding of information and the ability to see basic relationships. The 26 lessons in this unit provide plenty of practice in areas that emphasize comprehension. Students are involved in interpreting verbal and visual communications (A dinosaur “size chart” is provided. “How long was the Tyrannosaurus?”), making comparisons (Using the Table of Contents provided: “Which chapter is shorter?”), and finding relationships with the “big picture” (Using the map of the Lone Star Camp: “Where does the trail from the cabin lead?”). The sequential activities featured here are sure to develop critical thinking skills.
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Reading Comprehension - Billy the KidQuick View

Reading Comprehension - Billy the Kid

This product is great for Social Studies (History) and Language Arts (Reading Comprehension). The product contains: two one-page passages of informational text on Billy the Kid; two worksheets of reading comprehension questions (one for each passage), and a teacher’s key. Questions are true or false; multiple choice and open ended and include both literal and inferential questions. The reading passages can be used for CLOSE READING with other non-fiction graphic organizers as well! THIS PRODUCT IS GREAT FOR A QUICK SAMPLE FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS! It may be used for Independent Reading, Homework, or as a Supplemental Homeschool Worksheet. Grades 4-6 and homeschool Please note: The Informational Text also appears in my Wild West Career Lesson Plan; however, the reading comprehension questions are not a part of that lesson plan.
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Reading Comprehension - The Donner PartyQuick View

Reading Comprehension - The Donner Party

This product is great for Social Studies (History) and Language Arts (Reading Comprehension). The product contains: one page of informational text on The Donner Party; a worksheet of reading comprehension questions (both literal and inferential questions); and a teacher’s key. The passage may also be used by students for CLOSE READING. Questions are true or false; multiple choice and open ended. THIS PRODUCT IS GREAT FOR A QUICK SAMPLE FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS! It may be used for Independent Reading, Homework, or as a Supplemental Homeschool Worksheet. Please note: The Informational Text also appears in my Wild West Career Lesson Plan; however, the reading comprehension questions are not a part of that lesson plan.
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Autumn: A Reading Comprehension CollectionQuick View

Autumn: A Reading Comprehension Collection

This collection contains 27 stories and poems on the theme of ‘Autumn’ (including some selections suitable for Thanksgiving and Hallowe’en), and a handful of ‘Trees’ colouring pages from Medieval woodcuts. Following each selection is a ‘Topic of Discussion’: a question which requires the student to think about one element of the text they just read, to form an opinion about it, and to express and defend that opinion. Younger students will benefit from the effort spent reading (either in their head or out loud) and then speaking with a parent/teacher or in a classroom setting about the Topic of Discussion, in a free style. Older students can benefit from using the Topic of Discussion as a starting point for a written assignment. I recommend that the older student state clearly what their point of view is, and defend it in one or two paragraphs. This will be good practise in defending an argument, a skill which becomes useful for essay-writing assignments in upper grades. The exercise of writing clearly and stating a coherent defense will prove a worthy challenge, even for pieces of writing which have simpler themes. Note: These selections are suitable for students in elementary or middle school, but are not presented in any specific order. Different texts may be better suited to older or younger students: a parent or teacher should always preview each individual piece of writing to make sure it is appropriate for a specific age group.
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Reading Comprehension PracticeQuick View

Reading Comprehension Practice

Comprehension Practice for Emergent Readers This comprehension pack will help your students practice their comprehension in fun and meaningful ways! •20 pages of scrambled sentences WITH picture prompts --students unscramble the sentence and write it correctly on the lines --then students draw a picture based on the sentence they just wrote --a picture is provided to give students a starting point for their drawing These 20 pages are also included WITHOUT a picture prompt so that you can differentiate for your students. •12 Write the room or center cards with a recording sheet --students read each card and look at the picture --students decide if the sentence is true or not --students write 'yes' or 'no' depending on if the sentence is true •5 written practice pages for students to work on as independent practice or in a small group setting
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November: Daily ComprehensionQuick View

November: Daily Comprehension

A lesson a day in November! This reproducible unit offers a different nonfiction story for each day of the month, which was chosen because of its particular significance on that date. These high-interest low-vocabulary stories are followed by high-interest activities designed to improve overall reading comprehension while focusing on specific skills. Best of all, you will never run out of usable activities again! Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 5-12 Contents Include: - 30 Short, Nonfiction Stories - Follow-Up Activities to Assess Comprehension - Research Activities
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September: Daily ComprehensionQuick View

September: Daily Comprehension

A lesson a day in September! This reproducible unit offers a different nonfiction story for each day of the month, which was chosen because of its particular significance on that date. These high-interest, low-vocabulary stories are followed by high-interest activities designed to improve overall reading comprehension while focusing on specific skills. Best of all, you will never run out of usable activities again! Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 5-12 Contents Include: - 30 Short, Nonfiction Stories - Follow-Up Activities to Assess Comprehension - Research Activities
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Kindergarten Comprehension Question CardsQuick View

Kindergarten Comprehension Question Cards

This product contains questions to ask your students during and after reading. There are 4 cards on a sheet, all you need to do is print, cut, and laminate. You can hang on a ring. Make two sets...one to keep in your whole group area and one to keep at your guided reading table.
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Back to School Daily Reading Comprehension FREEBIEQuick View

Back to School Daily Reading Comprehension FREEBIE

1 FULL week of August's Daily Reading Comprehension is FREE forever with this download. Enjoy 1 week of daily reading comprehension worksheets for 5th grade. Thinking of buying a full month (or more) of daily reading comprehension activities? Check this out and give it a try in your classroom before you commit! This week-long activity is a fictional story about going back to school. Written on a 5th grade reading level, it is perfect for daily morning work or homework. Great for standardized test prep, these passages have the feel and re-reading of a close read with more structure. Questions are grouped by type so that students focus on one main skill a day. Monday - students read the passage and answer questions about main idea, theme, and the general form of the text. Tuesday - students re-read the passage and answer multiple choice, standardized-test styled questions. Wednesday - students re-read the passage and answer character or setting questions about the text. Thursday - students re-read the passage and answer GUM (Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics) questions about the text. Friday - students re-read the passage and answer short-answer, written response questions about the text. Text is in American English.
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Easy Reading for Reading Comprehension in Spanish - Free SetQuick View

Easy Reading for Reading Comprehension in Spanish - Free Set

Lectura fácil de comprensión lectora es una serie de cuentos cortos que le permite al estudiante estar en contacto directo con la lectura básica del idioma español. Cada cuento viene acompañado de una serie de preguntas directas para poder dirigirse al teto fácilmente y responder de forma completa y mecánica. Cada cuento se relaciona con algún personaje y contiene vocabulario básico para una comprensión más efectiva. Estos cuentos pueden ser utilizados para lectura guiada, centros de lectura o lectura grupal. Cada cuento cuenta con imágenes ilustrativas relacionadas. El cuento y las preguntas vienen en hojas separadas para poder manejar mejor el espacio. Espero que les guste esta idea que es muy necesaria en la enseñanza de la lectura principalmente de una lengua extranjera. En este set gratuito se presentan dos cuentos: 1. Tom va a la Escuela 2. Primer Día de Susy Estas lecturas son perfectas para la primer semana de escuela o para la introducción de lectura básica guiada.
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