Compare and Contrast: Compare and Contrast - Distance Learning Ready!

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Compare and Contrast Literacy Center, Comprehension, Compare and Contrast Activities

This resource includes practice work for practicing to compare and contrast. It includes the following detailed practice:

  1. Comparing Characters’ Choices
  2. Comparing Characters’ Traits
  3. Comparing Characters from Different Stories
  4. Comparing Text to Favorite Text
  5. Comparing Facts From Two Texts
  6. Comparing Themes From Two Texts
  7. Comparing Quality of Writing
  8. Comparing Character Choices with Your own
  9. Comparing the text Beginning and End
  10. Comparing Different Versions of the Same Story
  11. Comparing the Plot to Other Texts
  12. Comparing 3 Favorite Books
  13. Comparing the Text to the Movie
  14. Comparing the Text to Your Life
  15. Comparing the Text to the Real World
  16. Compare Characters’ Word Choices
  17. Comparing Multiple Text Structures
  18. Comparing Text Titles
  19. Comparing How Characters Change Over Time
  20. Comparing Reading Genres

These pages are great for big kids to practice comparing and contrasting.

This resource is appropriate for grades 2-6.

The printable pages in this resource can be used in several ways, including:

  • As daily morning work to review comprehension skills
  • During guided reading small groups
  • During independent reading time or centers
  • To work with partners and small groups
  • As an assessment for teachers to monitor students’ reading abilities
  • As homework review sheets
  • As a quick and fun 10 minute time filler.
  • As ‘when you’re finished’ additional work for students
  • To use with substitute teachers


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  1. Analyzing
  2. Background Knowledge
  3. Cause and Effect
  4. Compare and Contrast
  5. Judging
  6. Making Connections
  7. Metacognition
  8. Predicting
  9. Questioning
  10. Summarizing
  11. Synthesizing

Copyright © 2015 Jen Bengel

Revised 2020

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Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only.

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Total Pages
22 pages
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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