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This file can be emailed and shared with parents to support in distance learning during COVID-19 school closures. If your families are asking for more ways to support at home during reading time, this product will help them to do so with no prep from you. Included in this file are 19 comprehension q
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Not Grade Specific
These are questions for a parent to ask their child when reading at home. There are questions for before reading a book and after reading a book. The questions are in English and Spanish. I put a copy of this page in students' take home book bags so that parents can work with students at home on com
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K - 2nd
This bookmark features questions that parents can ask their children about the book they're reading to check their comprehension. The questions require no background knowledge of the book and go from basic literal questions to evaluative and inferential. The bookmark is able to be printed double-s
In my experiences, I've found that most parents want to help their children be more successful readers, but most do not know where to start. Think back to before you became an educator, and what you didn't know before your years of education and experience. We must catch our parents up to us.This
Here is a PDF of comprehension stems for students to think about while reading, and questions for parents to ask to support student comprehension. These are great for printing on card stock and sticking on a ring for easy flipping.
This is a resource that you can send home to parents. In this packet, you will find questions for fiction and nonfiction books that parents can ask their students home. These questions will help parents see if their child understands what they are reading. All of the questions for 1st-3rd grade a
This document has comprehension questions in 12 categories that parents can use at home to talk to their children about what they're reading. It is also translated in Spanish. Parents will find this really helpful because they will actually know what to ask!
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PreK - 12th
Do you assign reading practice for homework? Do you wish parents would interact with their children about reading? Enhance home reading practice time by providing these challenging questions for parents to ask their children. This engaging parent handout includes 34 thought-provoking questions (2
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2nd - 5th
PREVENT THE SUMMER SLIDE! These fun, summer-themed task cards will help parents keep their children in tip-top reading shape and ready to go for next year!This resource includes 23 reading comprehension questions in the form of:Task CardsSlidesB&W PrintableAlso includes a parent letter and blank
These bookmarks are great for families! They have a list of fifteen questions that are great for families to use when they are reading with their child. This file contains both colored and black and white files. There are also three different quotes that can be used for the back of the book marks. E
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K - 6th
This reading comprehension page is a resource to give to families to help their student with at home reading. There is a list of reading comprehension questions in English and Spanish to be asked after a child finishes reading.
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Not Grade Specific
This document provides great comprehension questions for parents to ask during reading time with their child. As this handout explains to parents, "These questions will help children make pictures in their minds of the story/text and will give them the opportunity to make a personal connection to
Do you need a quick way to find appropriate comprehension questions for your class? Do you want something easy for your parents to use at home? This flipbook is exactly that! Each page in the flipbook is simple and clear so your students and parents can easily understand what the question is as
Here are a list of comprehension question suggestions parents can ask their child before, during, and after reading a story at home. These can be used while a parent is reading a story or while a child is reading the story to the parent. After reading questions are split up based on Fountas & P
This document contains comprehension questions that parents can refer to when reading with their children. I always have parents asking me what they can do to boost comprehension and I always hand them this list. There are 15 questions total. Many parents thank me later.
These questions are designed for parents to use at home when helping students read and comprehend. It can be attached with homework or sent home at conferences. The questions are in English and Spanish. Enjoy!
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PreK - 5th
I had many parents ask me how they could help their students improve their comprehension at home. I made these questions, copied them onto bright paper, and laminated them. The student kept it in their take home folder, which allowed the parents to help keep their students accountable with their at
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1st - 5th
Do you get the question, "What should I ask my child after we read together at home?" This sheet will help you answer that. This Comprehension Guide gives parents and teachers questions to ask students and encourage the student to infer, synthesize, analyze and think deeper about what they have re
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K - 4th
Especially now in the age of Zoom, parents are wondering how they can help their child's reading comprehension. I give these questions to parents so they can be involved with in discussion about their student's reading. This boosts comprehension!
A comprehensive list of factual and inferential questions that parents can ask their student while reading fiction and nonfiction.
If your child didn't meet the TRC reading level due to written comprehension this will help you model, reteach and evaluate your child. It is a basic activity that can be done and will assist you in helping your child become successful. This is number 1 of the new series. Teachers this is great to
A parent handout that explains how to read at home and support and praise their student while reading.
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K - 5th, Staff
This includes a letter explaining to parents the importance of comprehension. Comprehension question cards are asked and ready to be used at home. Students/parents can cut out cards and use them to discuss books at home.
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PreK - 6th
FREEBIE! PRINT AND GO, GO AND PRINT RESOURCE FOR BACK TO SCHOOL!Want more family engagement in your students' educational lives? Look no further!This reading comprehension resource is perfect for Dual Language or ELL/ESOL/ESL classrooms- mainstream, collaborative and sheltered! This resource is alig

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