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First Grade Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions
First Grade Reading Comprehension and Fluency Passages:This Reading Comprehension and Fluency Passages product contains 20 reading passages that target fluency and comprehension. The 20 reading passages are presented twice, in 2 versions.Version 1 teaches the kids to look in the text and find the text evidence.
Reading Log - Reading Strategies Sentence Starters for Kids
Reading Response Log - For homework! LOVE THIS. Students must choose three different sentence starters throughout the week (which utilize Bloom's) and also record how many minutes they are reading every night & total for the week. Begins w a "weekend" slot, which I might make into Extra Credit. Designed to be due Fridays.
Kindergarten Reading Comprehension (FALL EDITION)
Inside you will find 25 Kindergarten Reading comprehension Passages. These reading comprehension packets include the following activities: -Read 3 times for fluency -Short answer questions -Fill in the blank questions -Multiple choices -Match the story with the pictures -Sequencing These reading passages are great for both beginning readers, struggling readers, and ESL students in Kindergarten,1st grade, and 2nd grade.
November Reading Comprehension Cut and Paste
November Reading Comprehension Cut and Paste has 20 pages of reading comprehension with cut and paste. Children will answer the questions by cut and paste the correct picture into the question columns. Preschool | Preschool Worksheets | Kindergarten | Kindergarten Worksheets | First Grade | First Grade Worksheets | Reading | Reading Comprehension | Fall Reading Comprehension Cut and Paste | Thanksgiving Reading Comprehension | Worksheets
October Fix It Up Sentences (Capitals, End Punctuation and Commas)
Included in this packet are 15 October themed fix it up sentences worksheets (86 sentences total) designed for emergent readers to practice capitalizing the first letter of a sentence, the pronoun I, names, days, months, and holidays, as well as end punctuation and commas in a list! I’ve used mainly Dolch pre-primer to second grade sight words as well as fall words.