Reading comprehension passages written according to blends and digraphs.  Perfect for fluency, reading comprehension, word hunts, referring to the text, etc. $

Reading comprehension passages written according to blends and digraphs. Perfect for fluency, reading comprehension, word hunts, referring to the text, etc. $

FREEBIE! Figurative Language Stories {Close Reading} for Grades 4-8 Get Week 1 FREE! These stories are full of figurative language including simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, idiom, alliteration, onomatopoeia, and allusion. Students annotate, identify, analyze, modify, and revise figurative language stories.

FREEBIE! Figurative Language Stories {Close Reading} for Grades 4-8 Get Week 1 FREE! These stories are full of figurative language including simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, idiom, alliteration, onomatopoeia, and allusion. Students annotate, identify, analyze, modify, and revise figurative language stories.

Summer Bugs - Reading Comprehension: Who? What? Where? Fun short stories/sentences with related who? what? where? questions. Great for the end of the year or SUMMER SCHOOL lessons and SUMMER PRACTICE! $

Summer Bugs - Reading Comprehension: Who? What? Where? Fun short stories/sentences with related who? what? where? questions. Great for the end of the year or SUMMER SCHOOL lessons and SUMMER PRACTICE! $

Primary mentor text suggested book list for retelling and recounting skills- reading stories, fables, folk tales, and myths to find the moral- also simple retelling skills for character, setting, beginning, middle, and end- RL1.2, 2.2, 3.2

Primary mentor text suggested book list for retelling and recounting skills- reading stories, fables, folk tales, and myths to find the moral- also simple retelling skills for character, setting, beginning, middle, and end- RL1.2, 2.2, 3.2

I would use this to introduce a new story from our reading book, a free reading title I read aloud, or for reading groups.  This worksheet provides a great summary aspect but chunks work as well.  Students are able to find what they need when it come up.

I would use this to introduce a new story from our reading book, a free reading title I read aloud, or for reading groups. This worksheet provides a great summary aspect but chunks work as well. Students are able to find what they need when it come up.

Reading Comprehension Checks for February- 20 worksheets with simple stories to help with fluency, comprehension and building reading confidence!  Perfect activity for First Grade!

Reading Comprehension Checks for February- 20 worksheets with simple stories to help with fluency, comprehension and building reading confidence! Perfect activity for First Grade!

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