Summer Reading Passages with Comprehension Questions   These non-fiction reading passages have lots of fun facts that your students will love.  The topics include Flag Day Buzzing Bees (The Invention of) Popsicles! and Great White Sharks.  They can be used as guided reading homework for early finishers or even an easy way to get kids settled when they walk in the door!  Enjoy!  Christina  2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade A Classroom for All Seasons free reading comprehension resources Summer

Summer Reading Passages with Comprehension Questions

Summer Reading Comprehension Enjoy these FREE reading comprehension passages this summer or any time of the year! The passages include Buzzing Bees Great White Sharks The Invention of the Popsicle and Flag Day. Each passage comes with 3 comprehension que

These resource cards contain over 100 comprehension questions to be used with any book. Use this resource as a tool for whole group reading, guided reading, or partner discussions.

Guided Reading Basket

These resource cards contain over 100 comprehension questions to be used with any book. Use this resource as a tool for whole group reading, guided reading, or partner discussions.

Reading Comprehension Stories

The Lion and the Mouse – Third Grade Reading Comprehension Test: Use the information in the story to answer the 5 comprehension questions. Answer Key Is Included. Test Type: Fable Grade Level: Third Grade The Lion and the Mouse

Reading comprehension daily passages. If you are looking for fun activities to help your students with reading comprehension strategies, check out this packet of daily passages for the month of October and Halloween! Each worksheet has a short story with an illustration and 5 comprehension questions. Great for advanced 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade extra practice. Kids enjoy reading these fun stories while improving their skills.

Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions for October

Each worksheet has a short story with an illustration and 5 comprehension questions. Great for advanced grade, grade, and grade extra practice. Kids enjoy reading these fun stories while improving their skills.

Focus: Comprehension- retelling Directions: Students will get in partners and roll the dice. They will retell based on what it lands on. Example: Student rolls a 4. "The story took place in Sue's backyard." Source: http://applefortheteach.blogspot.com/2014/03/roll-and-retell-building-summarizing.html

READING ACTIVITY An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills after reading a book as a class students pair up or get in small groups and roll the dice and answer the questions.

Comprehension Questions

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TIC-TAC-TOE Higher Level Comprehension Questions (2nd-3rd grade)

TIC-TAC-TOE Higher Level Comprehension Questions--I like the idea, but the questions must be changed to use the stems we have and to include text evidence.

This is a great resource that teachers can help their students to use in understanding a text and comprehending it. There are six different categories with specific teaching points under each of them to help students better navigate the text.

Questions to Ask About Reading

Although its geared for school.It's still a good reminder to use when writing in all things. Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading.

Higher Order Thinking Questions Freebie for fiction AND non-fiction reading responses! Love this list!

Fiction AND Non-Fiction Reading Response Questions and Response Pages.great for monitoring comprehension during independent reading and for homework responses.

Comprehension questions stems for many reading levels - (~K - Reading is more than pronouncing the words. What a great help to get the discussions going!)

Comprehension questions stems for many reading levels (F-U). Reading is more than pronouncing the words. What a great help to get the discussions going!

FREEBIE!  Reading cootie catchers are the perfect way to get a quick comprehension check.  Grab these for free on the Classroom Game Nook Blog.  www.classroomgamenook.blogspot.com

Reading cootie catchers are the perfect way to get a quick comprehension check! Also would be good use to help students practice their comprehension skills.

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