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- Improve your students' reading comprehension strategies with this reading comprehension bundle. It provides practice using effective reading strategies to help students making meaning of a text. Students learn to cite textual evidence and mark up texts to provide proof for their answers. These are a$12.80$16.00Save $3.20
Do your students struggle with citing textual evidence to support their answers? Do they guess instead of looking back at the story?
This standards-based resource will give your 2nd and 3rd-grade students practice citing textual evidence while improving their reading comprehension.
This print and use resource includes 10 high-interest informational passages.
❉ Can I Make My Parents' Hair Turn Gray?
❉ Where Do Marshmallows Come From?
❉ Can I Sneeze In My Sleep?
❉ Did Castle Moats Have Alligators?
❉ What’s a Boomer?
❉ Why Do Dogs Have Wet Noses?
❉ What is a Fad?
❉ What Lives in a Billabong?
❉ What is a Quetzal?
❉ What the Nose Knows!
The students will use crayons to color-code where they found the answer.
Finally, the student will write their answer on the lines beside the questions.
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I hope you find this resource beneficial in your classroom.
Please remember that these activities are for just you and your students.
If you would like a copy of this product for more than one teacher, please download additional licenses, available at a great discounted price.
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