The following are short, high interest reading comprehension activities (bell ringers). They can used at the beginning of class, at the end of class, or as exit slips. They are non-fiction and science-based.
These activities can help you teach your students how to locate text evidence, find main idea, locate supporting details, and identify the author’s point of view.
These quick reading activities are great, short reading comprehension activities for your struggling students and those who are high risk.
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