Canada Reading Comprehension Passages
This pack includes 30 non-fiction close reading passages with comprehension questions all Canadian history, trivia and people.
Wonderfully versatile for classroom use - use in guided reading groups, for independent reading, at centers, as supplements to other lessons, as morning work, as homework - anything a teacher could imagine!
A Gift From Holland (WWII & Tulips)
Alexander Graham Bell
Canada Becomes a Country
Canada’s Capital City
Canadians Love Sports!
How Did Canada Get Its Name?
John A. Macdonald
Madeleine de Verchères
Sam Steele of the Mounties
Samuel de Champlain
Symbols of Canada
The Dionne Quintuplets
The Fur Trade
The Inventor of Basketball
The Vikings in Canada
The Yukon Gold Rush
Winnie-the-Pooh and Canada, Too!
There are 3 types of questions for each reading passage - main idea, short answer, word webs, creative thinking, multiple choice, true or false, fill in the blank, higher order, and/or personal opinion.
Includes a two-page dictionary for students to consult as they read. Words in the dictionary are bolded in the passage text.
An answer key for each of the 30 passages.
Check out the preview above for a look at some sample passages!
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Product Keywords: close reading, non-fiction reading, reading groups, comprehension practice, homework, reading center, informational texts, ela, English language arts, social studies, guided reading, nature, culture, science, animals, trivia, Canada, Canadian