Digital Reading Response Activities {Distance Learning Comprehension}

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Haley O'Connor
Grade Levels
K - 2nd
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My students used this to learn more about this concept. It was engaging and fun for them to complete.
Visually appealing and great to have on hand for in class and/or virtual learning. Lots of variety to meet all of my reading needs.


Helping our students build their comprehension is one of our most important jobs! As we share read-alouds with our students, we build their comprehension through questioning and modeling. After our lessons, it is imperative we give them opportunities to practice on their own.

We want our students to develop a love of reading while also building their abilities to understand and discuss the books they read. These digital activities help students share their thinking about the books they read. They can be used after independent reading or class read-alouds.

In Google Slides, all of the text boxes are already there for students. In Seesaw, your students can add text boxes, drawings or photos to the slides.

For distance learning, you can do virtual read-alouds, have students listen to books on an app, or have them read books independently. They can complete one of the activities through Google Classroom, Seesaw or share the app for them to use in Google Slides.

This resource is for ONE classroom and may be shared with families through private communication (Dojo, Seesaw, Google Classroom). It may NOT be shared with other teachers or placed on public websites.

The following activities are included:

Super Story Elements

Retell the Story

Describe the Main Character (2)

Me and the Character

Compare the Characters

Main Character Feels/Thinks/Acts

Character Traits

Character Feelings

Character Quotes

My Fictional Friend

Setting of the STory

Story Setting (2)

Story Connections

My Connections

Story Events

Book Review

Schema & New Learning

My Favorite Part (2)

Facts from the Book

Powerful Predictions (2)

Change the Ending

What's the Main Idea (3)

Interesting Inference

Vocab Round Up

Lesson Learned

Moral of the Story

Central Message

Lots of Questions

Letter to the Author

Be the Teacher

Sensory Words

What's the Genre

Cause and Effect

My Schema

My New Learning

Text Features (2)

Biographies (2)

Compare and Contrast (2)

Point of View (2)

Ask and Answer (2)

Fiction or Nonfiction

Author's Purpose (2)


Solving New Words

Context Clues


Character Changes (2)

Super Summary

Drawing Conclusions (2)

Sensory Language

Fascinating Facts

Facts and Details

Facts and Opinions

Five Questions

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Answer Key
Teaching Duration
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details.
With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story.
Ask and answer questions about unknown words in a text.
With prompting and support, describe the relationship between illustrations and the story in which they appear (e.g., what moment in a story an illustration depicts).


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