Reading Comprehension Questions Cards for Any Book

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Are you stuck thinking of reading comprehension questions to ask during read alouds or reading groups? Look no further! This resource contains 36 reading comprehension question cards for all the comprehension strategies that can be used after reading ANY fiction text.

This resource is perfect for:

✔Teachers who are looking to up their game when asking reading comprehension questions of their students.

✔Teachers who are looking to save time with a resource they can use anytime, without needing to prep!

✔Teachers who want to broaden their questions to include many different reading comprehension strategies.

✔Older students who act as reading buddies for younger students or parents who are supporting their children at home.

How can you use this resource:

  • Shared reading - use the comprehension questions before/during or after your shared reading.
  • Guided reading groups - give students a reading comprehension question to keep in mind while reading the selected text.
  • Independent and partner reading - older students can use the student version of the cards to question a classmate after reading.

This resource includes a teacher set and a student set. Both contain the same reading comprehension questions; only the format has changed.

Each card includes:

⭐The reading comprehension strategy the question addresses.

A question for a specific reading comprehension strategy.

"Look-fors" - This addition to the card sets this product apart from other question cards. It includes what an expected student response would be (student cards do not include this).

There are questions for the following strategies:

Demonstrating Understanding

Inferring

Prediction

Analyzing Text

Evaluating Text

Making Connections

Point of View

Visualizing

Here's what teachers who use the resource are saying...

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Cathy said: "These cards printed off very nicely! I put them on a ring and away we went in my guided reading groups. It was nice to have a quick reference for asking different questions. I sometimes get into a rut and tend to ask the same type of questions."

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Trudi said: "Excellent Resource! I love that it is print and go. I use them in my guided reading sessions and even story- Telling sessions. The questions are very accurate and do encourage critical thinking. Thank you!!

Please check the preview for sample questions and a closer look at the product.

Are you looking for other ways to teach comprehension?

Check out these Decoding Strategy Posters:

Chevron Decoding Strategies Posters

Are you looking to support comprehension at home?

Check out my Take Home Reading Program, which contains comprehension prompts for books from levels A - S.

Take Home Reading Program

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Standards

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.
With prompting and support, compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in familiar stories.
Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.

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