20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities

20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
20 May Reading Comprehension Passages: End of the Year Activities
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Need SPRING reading comprehension that kids LOVE? Try these 20 fictional MAY reading comprehension passages with four written questions. Grandpa's BBQ, The Water Balloon Battle, The Next Chapter, Uncle Miguel's Piñata, The Power of Sunscreen and more! High-interest, NO-PREP passages w/ easy teacher key.


Introducing Mister Lewis’ short-fiction MAY comprehension passages!
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• They will make students SMILE and LAUGH.
• They ASK core based questions that focus on reading skills.
• They try to TEACH lessons through self-reflection.
• They aim to make students want to RE-READ the story because they loved it.
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You can use these for...
• Daily 5
• Literacy Time
• Small groups
• Morning work
• RTI
• Homework

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This pack is best recommended for 3rd grade, but also for STRONG and or G/T 2nd, or struggling 4th. These are perfect for teaching the reading comprehension during the month of May and the end of school.

**Note: These passages are only written at ONE level and unfortunately do not include multiple levels for differentiation at this time.**

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The 20 story pack can be read in any order and includes:


I Saved a Rhino: “My class went to the zoo for Save the Rhino Day on May 1st. I saw a rhino by himself that didn’t look well. I needed to do something to help it.”

No Homework Day: Mr. Harris gives more homework than any other teacher on the planet. Will he give his students a break on May 6th, No Homework Day?

The Lost Sock: Pinkie the sock couldn’t find his brother, Pinker, anywhere in the house. He starts to freak out as he runs out of places Pinker could be hiding.

Water Balloon Battle: Cindi has yet to beat her older brother in their annual water balloon battle. This time, she’s got two secret weapons. No way can she lose…

Dodging Desserts: When all the summer birthday students bring in their treats on the same day, teachers need to hide.”

Mrs. Redd's Favorite Gift: Students have brought Mrs. Redd some pretty crazy gifts at the end of the school year. Which gift will be named her favorite?

Kid Millionaire: May 20th is Be a Millionaire Day! Let’s pretend that you’ve got a million dollars. Oh, the possibilities for a kid…

Mr. Louis and the Radio DJ: Evil lunch-recess teacher, Mr. Louis, is back with his worst plan yet. He’s gotten rid of all the recess equipment. Can anyone stop him…?

Grandpa's BBQ: “My grandpa is a veteran and holds a yearly Memorial Day BBQ for his old Army buddies. This year, someone special shows up to the party.”

The Big Test: “Our state test is today and my class is freaking out. My teacher believes in us, but there must be a million questions in this packet!”

Baroony and the May Escape: House-bear Baroony can’t wait to get out of school on the last day. If only the clock would stop ticking backward.

Uncle Miguel’s Piñata: “My family has the best Cinco de Mayo in town. My Uncle Miguel brings the piñata every year. This time, he brought one that can’t be broken.”

Butterfly Square: “My class is on a field trip to Butterfly Square. At lunchtime, the most amazing thing happens thanks to my sandwich.”

The Fizzy Fuzzy Bee: John needed a cold pop on a hot, May day. Unfortunately, a bee in the park wanted him to share.

Marbles and Pie: Mr. Armstrong challenges his class to a behavior game called Marbles and Pie. If the class wins by the end of the year, they’ll throw a pie in his face.

The Next Chapter: Emily doesn’t want third-grade to end. She won’t get out of the car. It’s up to Mom to convince her that it’s only the end of one chapter in the book of life.

A Flower for Mom: Rover is on a mission to find Mom the perfect Mother’s Day gift. Going shopping is pretty tough when you’re a dog, however.”

Mrs. May's Secret May Cake: “To reward cafeteria behavior, Mrs. May is making my class her secret May cake. We seriously can’t wait to try it!”

The Colorado Derby: That horse race in Kentucky is too boring for Jeff and his friends. They started a yearly bike race called The Colorado Derby to beat their boredom.

The Power of Sunscreen: Mister Outrageous breaks his cycle of fictional reading passages to share the importance of wearing sunscreen with students. (non-fiction)



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4 written answer questions that focus on:

• Text-evidence based
• Close Reading
• Open ended questions for self-reflection

Each story includes:

• One student passage
• 4 core-based written answer questions
• Teacher answer key for easy grading

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