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Perfect for grades 3 – 6The goal of this resource is to help students sharpen their ability to summarize. It provides students with a practical process that initially guides them to relevant information from the text using a graphic organizer. I also ask them to read a summary and identify different
Includes both a print and digital version - This no prep resource contains fiction reading passages and activities to help students build a better understanding of what makes a good summary and to help them summarize stories. The activities build on each other to help you scaffold and differentiate
DIGITAL PDFs and PRINT: In this summarizing bundle, task cards and worksheets for students to practice summarizing fiction passages for who, what, when, why, where and how. Each bundled set has 20 reading passages in task card and worksheet format. You may choose which works best for your classroom.
Summarize Passages After jumping from first grade to fifth and sixth this past year, I have found that across grade levels, students have a challenging time knowing what to and to not write in a summary. So, I've written 25 passages at a variety of levels to help give your kiddos practice with this
Teaching students to use the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" strategy to write a summary requires many practice opportunities! Therefore, I wrote SIX fictional passages and compiled them into this packet. After reading each story, students write a short summary.This summarizing resource features six p
DIGITAL PDF OR PRINTABLE PACKET: In this summarizing packet, elementary teachers will download 20 printable reading comprehension passages in which students need to summarize the wh questions, "Who?" and "What?" This packet works well for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. It may also be used for stud
These 9 short passages and criteria tables help your students think strategically when choosing the best summary. These passages are perfect for test prep, small groups, partner work or a quick assessment. Resource includes a print and digital version--perfect for distance learning! Google Classroom
DIGITAL PDF AND PRINTABLE PACKET: In this summarizing packet, you will receive 20 reading comprehension passages (task card and worksheet format) in which students need to summarize the wh questions, "When?" and "Where?" NOTE: There are 20 reading passages in task card and worksheet format. You may
***Distance Learning Update: This product is now updated for DISTANCE LEARNING via Google Slides! The link, along with instructions, are included in the product file after purchase.Engage your students in determining the most important parts of a story with these high-interest stories and Common Co
Let me summarize this for you ☺ - this NO PREP DIGITAL & PRINTABLE product will help your students summarize FICTION texts using the SWBST strategy! These ENGAGING fiction texts are simple and a great introduction to summary skills for your 4th, 5th, and 6th graders! Use these passages for a dai
This NO PREP DIGITAL & PRINTABLE product will help your students summarize NONFICTION & FICTION texts using the SWBST strategy! These engaging texts are simple and a great introduction to summary skills for your 4th, 5th, and 6th graders! Use these passages for a daily activity that can exte
Teaching students to use the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" strategy to write a summary requires many practice opportunities! Therefore, I wrote SIX fictional passages and compiled them into this digital packet that uses Google Slides. After reading each story, students write a short summary.This dig
DIGITAL PDF AND PRINTABLES: You will download FREE three free summarizing worksheets with reading comprehension passages to answer who and what. They work well for ESL, speech therapy, special education and elementary classrooms. They also work well as an independent work packet for distance learnin
This product contains 20 Non-Fiction Articles for close reading and graphic organizers for writing a simple summary in a journal format. Great for beginning writers and struggling writers! There are 3 files: 1. Articles and graphic organizers only 2. Sentence stems in the graphic organizer 3. Sente
Improve drastically the reading skills of your students with 20 non-fiction passages and standard aligned tasks to master identification of theme, summarizing and crafting appropriate titles. The passages are carefully selected to offer a wide range of daily exercise on a variety of topics. These wo
Do you need a resource to engage your students + review reading comprehension skills? This winter-themed reading comprehension resource is perfect to review key 4th and 5th grade reading skills and engage your students.Note: This resource now includes a digital version for use with Google Slides. To
Teach your students to summarize a fictional piece of literature by using the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" strategy. This bundle of activities includes many practice opportunities! Students will read and summarize FOURTEEN fictional pieces.Begin by using the 54-slide PowerPoint to introduce the con
This PowerPoint will help you teach your students how to write a summary writing the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" summarizing strategy. It includes FIVE practice opportunities, including two classic stories (Three Billy Goats Gruff and The Emperor's New Clothes) as well as three original short stor
Ten fascinating reading comprehension passages, each with an array of activities included. Stories are written for the modern classroom and topics are designed to promote enthusiasm from each student. Each lesson contains a mixed questions section to check understanding, a vocabulary or spelling act
Skills included in this bundle:•Making Inferences | Inferencing: Differentiated Reading Passages and Questions•Theme | Determining Theme Differentiated Reading Passages and Questions•Text Evidence - Explicit Details: Differentiated Reading Passages and Questions•Figurative Language: Differentiated R
Summarizing skills are made easy with this mini-unit that focuses on strengthening this difficult, yet important reading comprehension skill. This pack has two components, the first 64 pages of summary activities that help students practice summarizing nonfiction and fiction texts as well as a 42 sl
Six fascinating reading comprehension passages, each with an array of activities included. Stories are written for the modern classroom and topics are designed to promote enthusiasm from each student. Each lesson contains a mixed questions section to check understanding, a vocabulary or spelling act
Eighteen reading comprehension passages and questions lessons, especially written for Grade 6, providing the chance to read interesting and engaging passages. Each lesson has a mix of questions to check understanding, a vocabulary or spelling activity to help remember key language introduced, and a
Twelve reading comprehension passages and questions lessons, especially written for Grade 6, providing the chance to read interesting and engaging passages. Each lesson has a mix of questions to check understanding, a vocabulary or spelling activity to help remember key language introduced, and a wr

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