Reading Comprehension Kindergarten and Grade 1
Easy Reader Short Vowel E - Jen the Vet
1) Kindergarten Students
2) Grade 1 Students
My goal as a teacher has always been to create educational resources that inspire students to get excited about learning.
Easy Reader Books are for students that are learning to read. These books can help early readers transition from having books read to them into reading books on their own. The words are easy to read and the sentences are simple with one idea per sentence. As well, these books introduce new words that can be figured out in context.
The Easy Reader Book Jen the Vet focuses on the Short Vowel E. To go along with the story are a series of reading comprehension questions and activities. The questions range from simply recalling information directly from the text to using advanced thinking. The vocabulary words from the story are displayed on flashcards. The students can cut out the flashcards and use them to help improve their reading skills. In addition, there are a set of instructions included for copying and folding the Easy Reader Books. Laminate the book and flashcards and this product will last a long time.
Easy Reader Book: Jen the Vet - (6 Pages)
Comprehension Questions - (2 Pages)
Draw a picture of Jen the Vet with a pet from the zoo and write a sentence using the word pet - (1 Page)
Flashcards - Vocabulary Words - fed, met, pet, vet, wet, went, the, is, to, has (1 Page)
Answer Key - (2 Pages)
Instruction Sheet for Copying and Folding the Easy Reader Books - (1 Page)
Reading Skills: decoding, expression, fluency, word recognition
Writing Skills: encoding (writing) simple words and sentences
Reading Comprehension Skills: attending, analysing, associating, contextual clues, critical thinking, and inferring.
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