~*Reading Comprehension Fiction
Read, Locate, Highlight and Draw
Reading Comprehension - Fiction Includes Distance Learning Digital Resource
This has been updated to include digital images to use in your school's platform.
This is NOT to be used on a school wide server. It is for ONE classroom. You may send printed home to parents to you, and you may use on google slides, see saw or other digital platform as long as it is not shared.
Students will practice restating a question in the answer. They will also check for capitalization, punctuation, finger spaces, and locating information.
You will find 34 different reading comprehension activities in this pack.
It has been updated to include three different templates:
One has a beginning sentence started for the first sentence on larger lines.
One has an entire restated sentence to gradually release your students with large lines.
It also has blank lines for students to write in on their own.
Each comprehension mini story also has three templates. One does not include writing at all. Instead it includes just highlighting and then drawing.
I used this pack to get my students used to reading and locating the answers to questions by re-reading. Having my students highlight their answers has really increased their comprehension.
I start with short vowels. Then, I have students complete digraphs, then blends. They highlight the answers. Then they draw a picture that matches what they read.
Once students are able to independently complete the locate, highlight and draw sheets, I have students then move on to just answering questions, by using words in a word box. This gets them used to using part of the question in their answer to make a complete sentence.
They take a crayon and color 1 red, 2 orange, 3 yellow, and so on to number 6. I then have them locate the correct word and highlight it that color.
Once they have this mastered, I make the word box a paragraph to gradually release them into independence. I have them practice using complete sentences rather than just highlighting. They practice using part of the question in their answer. If they finish early, they can draw a picture.
If you like this - see my non-fiction pack