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Reading Comprehension

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Why is the Sky Blue, not Purple? Reading Comprehension Passage & STEM Project

This Reading Comprehension passage and Stem Activity package combines close reading of a science informational text along with a STEM project to reinforce the reading. The passage uses text-based questions which require evidence-based answers to help develop close reading skills. Answer key is included. #close reading #science literacy #STEM #Reading Comprehension

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Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters & Reading Response Graphic Organizers

These printable reading comprehension strategies posters, graphic organizers, and activities are a must have for reading comprehension strategy instruction for both fiction and nonfiction texts. Since they can be used with any texts, these printables are perfect to send home for at home learning or...

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Alphabet Stories Letter O Reading Comprehension Worksheet | Have Fun Teaching

Alphabet Stories Letter O Reading Comprehension Worksheet. This helps your students build their reading comprehension skill and knowledge of the letter O.

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Fourth Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets | K5 Learning

Free printable children's stories and reading Comprehension worksheets for grade 4. These reading worksheets will help kids practice their comprehension skills. Worksheets include 4th grade level fiction and non-fiction texts followed by exercises as well as worksheets aimed at specific comprehension topics. No login

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Reading Comprehension Activities

My kids sometimes get bored when doing the same activities over and over. Especially if it involves writing answers to questions. My students really crave the time to talk about books with each other. My solution is these reading comprehension spinners. They are for students in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade and they ask questions that are based on the reading comprehension standards. Kids spin and then answer questions orally with friends.

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