Reading Comprehension Anchor Charts Bundle - Print & Digital

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This resource is great for large anchor charts and small anchor charts for notebooks. I look forward to using this again next year!
This is a great resource for reading comprehension. This helped my kids by giving them something to refer to that was easy to understand. Thank you!

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    Reading comprehension skills and strategies can be tricky to teach in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classrooms. There are a lot of comprehension related standards that teachers need to teach throughout the year. This bundle of reading comprehension anchor charts will help you take your reading lessons to the next level and will help you teach comprehension in a clear and concise way. This bundle includes both Vol. 1 and Vol 2 of my Reading Comprehension Anchor Charts.

    You’ll get 50 ready-to-print anchor charts that will help you effectively teach your students the details and rules of 50 key reading comprehension skills- from making inferences to identifying theme to summarizing to finding the main idea. This bundle will help you teach all of those skills and more.

    With the help of these posters, your students will finally be able to understand how to apply those comprehension skills to their own reading. These anchor charts will be your teacher bestie during your reading lessons! 

    Teaching comprehension can be a challenge for us teachers. Reading comprehension is incredibly abstract and can be tricky to explain to students.  Having an anchor chart that explains a comprehension skill in clear and concise language can help make our lessons flow smoothly.

    These anchor charts will take the guesswork out of your teaching and serve as the backbone of your comprehension lessons.


    In this resource, you’ll get 50 Reading Comprehension Anchor Charts formatted in the following ways: 

    • Half-page anchor charts - perfect for students journals
    • Full page anchor charts - works great for whole group lessons
    • Digital version - created using Google Slides
    • FIll-in version - available for both the half-page and full-page versions and are great if you want your students to take notes during the lesson 


    Your students will love having access to these anchor charts during the year. They won’t feel the pressure to remember every little detail or step for each comprehension strategy because they know they can look back in their reading notebooks anytime they need a reminder. 

    You’ll love these anchor charts because they have easy-to-read font and are written with clear and concise language. Your students will understand the reading comprehension strategies and skills you teach with these anchor charts. 

    So many upper elementary teachers love these anchor charts because they aren’t cluttered with excess clipart or fonts that are too “cutesy”.

    And, you have options. You can choose to print them in half pages for students to glue in their journals… or you can share them with your students in Google Classroom… or you can give students the fill-in version so they can take notes during your lessons. You can pick the version that will work for you and your students. 

    Prep is quick and easy... Just print the anchor chart option you want to use before your lesson and you’re ready to go. 


    • Asking questions (5W)
    • Analyzing Character Traits
    • Author’s Purpose (INDEEP)
    • Author’s Purpose (PIE)
    • Cause & Effect
    • Character Traits & Feelings
    • Context Clues
    • Facts & Opinions
    • Formulating Questions – Fiction
    • Formulating Questions – Nonfiction
    • Identifying the Theme
    • Inference
    • Main Idea
    • Making Connections (2)
    • Making Predictions
    • Plot Structure
    • Point of View
    • Summary Fiction (2)
    • Summary Nonfiction
    • Theme (2)
    • Thick vs. Thin Questions
    • Visualization
    • Background Knowledge
    • Backup and Reread
    • Close Reading
    • Coding a Text
    • Compare and Contrast
    • Determining Importance
    • Drawing Conclusions
    • Figurative Language
    • Firsthand vs. Secondhand
    • Genre
    • How to Use Text Evidence
    • Monitor Comprehension – Fiction
    • Monitor Comprehension - Nonfiction
    • QAR
    • RACE
    • Reading is Thinking
    • Retell vs. Summarize
    • Sequencing
    • Stop-and-Jot
    • Synthesizing
    • Text Features
    • Text Structure
    • Topic vs. Main Idea
    • Types of Details
    • Using Text Evidence


    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This is the holy grail of 3rd Grade Reading resources! Everything you need with skills directly aligned with the TEKS is right here. I am so happy I purchased this resource.” - Grace S. 

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I use these while doing novel studies and other reading activities and it helps a lot to have great visuals to project while we are reading to refer to!” -Barbara H.

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This is a great resource to use with both my virtual and in person students. We are using them in interactive notebooks so my students are able to have their anchor charts close to them when they need them.” - Kimberly K. 

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I am never disappointed with my purchases from The Stellar Teacher. I have many of her products and we get so much use out of them. They are worth every penny. Thank you!” - Kathleen C. 



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    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Determine a theme of a story, drama, or poem from details in the text; summarize the text.
    Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character’s thoughts, words, or actions).
    Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations.
    Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
    Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.


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