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 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

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 - (~K - Reading is more than pronouncing the words. What a great help to get the discussions going!)

PARENTS TIPS - Reading comprehension - Fun in First Grade: Tips for Parents...How to Help My Child Succeed

PARENTS TIPS - Reading comprehension - Fun in First Grade: Tips for Parents...How to Help My Child Succeed

Use these comprehension questions to get your student writing about their reading. The comprehension questions cover a wide range of fiction and nonfiction reading strategies while using sentence starters for your students to create complete sentences!

Comprehension Questions with Sentence Starters

Use these comprehension questions to get your student writing about their reading. The comprehension questions cover a wide range of fiction and nonfiction reading strategies while using sentence starters for your students to create complete sentences!

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