Reading Comprehension Menus can be used with any book. After a student or the teacher reads a book, the student answers the questions in the boxes. The students complete a row on the menu giving them options on what questions they want to answer.
There are 4 different types of reading comprehension menus. There is a menu that can be used with fiction books. These include chapter books, picture books, fairy tales, and fables. There are also menus for nonfiction books or texts, biographies, and poetry. I have made 2 versions of each menu based on the difficulty needed for your students.
Examples of the questions are below.
Fiction: How does the main character change?
Nonfiction: How do the headings help you find information in the text?
Biography: Why is this person’s life important to others?
Poetry: What do you notice about the punctuation in the poem?
These can be used as homework also.
I hope you enjoy these fun alternatives to worksheets.