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Make finding text evidence more engaging with these no-prep “Color Code the Evidence” Printables!Now includes a Google Slides version for digital distance learning. See page 3 for more details and the link!About the Color Code the Text Evidence PrintablesHave your students practice making inferences
These Text Evidence Color Coding Passages in print and digital (for Google Classroom but can be used on other platforms) help your students practice finding relevant text evidence. The text evidence passages are differentiated into three levels (which look the same at first glance) and work well in
Distance Learning. Homeschool Ready. The included stories and comprehension activities in this free sample require students to justify answers by color-coding text evidence. The tasks are motivating and teach kids to think about what they read. Resource Details This sample includes two stories and
This Text Evidence Color Coding Passage Freebie in print and digital will help your students practice finding relevant text evidence. The text evidence Fireflies passages are differentiated into three levels (which look the same at first glance) and work well in reading centers, for one on one, for
This product is designed to get your students off on the right foot as you introduce them to finding and citing text evidence. Our young students need to learn that each time they make a statement about their reading, they need to support their statement with evidence from the text. This color-the-e
This product is designed to get your students off on the right foot as you introduce them to finding and citing text evidence. Our young students need to learn that each time they make a statement about their reading, they need to support their statement with evidence from the text. This color-the-e
This product is designed to get your students off on the right foot as you introduce them to finding and citing text evidence. Our young students need to learn that each time they make a statement about their reading, they need to support their statement with evidence from the text. This color-the-e
Oh the simple magic of color-coding! This hand-out and mini-lesson is perfect for helping students wrap their heads around the purpose and basics of citing text evidence.Includes:Color-coded handoutTeacher guide
This bundle contains multiple resources for teaching students how to find and cite text evidence when reading. In total, the bundle contains 15 original passages- some fiction and some nonfiction. The resources include:1. A 35-slide PowerPoint and companion handout (You have my permission to conver
This Text Evidence unit comes in print and digital for Google Classroom (and other educational platforms) and helps your students practice looking back into the text to find evidence to support their answers. The entire Text Evidence Kit is differentiated into three levels and includes 10 color codi
Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the textual evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code. The March pack is perfect for lear
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2nd - 4th
Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the textual evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code. The January pack is perfect for le
Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the textual evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code. This Text Detectives pack includes
Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the textual evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code. The February pack is perfect for l
Printable PDF and digital Google Slides™ versions included for blended learning. The articles and stories require students to justify answers to questions by marking the text evidence that supports their responses. The highly motivating activities require kids to think about what they read. --- RESO
Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the textual evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code. The December pack is perfect for l
Printable PDF and digital Google Slides™ versions included for blended learning. The articles and stories require students to justify answers to questions by marking the text evidence that support their responses. The highly motivating activities require kids to think about what they read. --- RESOU
Printable PDF and digital Google Slides™ versions included for blended learning. The articles and stories require students to justify answers to questions by marking the text evidence that support their responses. The highly motivating activities require kids to think about what they read. --- RESO
*****Please note that this bundle now includes digital reading comprehension Boom Cards™. Assign on Google Classroom™ or your other teaching platform. If you purchased this resource prior to the digital update, you can now download again to get your free digital upgrade. Please be sure to leave a re
Printable PDF and digital Google Slides™ versions included for blended learning. The articles and stories require students to justify answers to questions by marking the text evidence that supports their responses. The highly motivating activities require kids to think about what they read. --- RE
Students will love being Text Detectives! Students prove their answers by color-coding, while referring back to the informational text reading passages. These resources use an active reading strategy. Each monthly edition contains ten original non-fiction text passages with who/what/when/where/why
Prove your answers! Active reading strategy with informational text passages. Students will love color-coding their answers!Ten nonfiction text passages with the 5W questions. To prove basic comprehension skills, students read a short passage then underline where they found their answers using color
Prove your answers! Active reading strategy with informational text passages. Students will love color-coding their answers!Ten nonfiction text passages with the 5W questions. To prove basic comprehension skills, students read a short passage then underline where they found their answers using color
This is the 2nd Grade edition of Text Detectives September. You can find the original 3rd Grade version here. Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the textual evidenc

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