Reading Comprehension Worksheets for ANY text | Reading Response Worksheets

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  1. Take the stress out of reading planning, instruction, data, and assessment!This bundle includes all the essentials for your classroom, including:⭐ Activities and Lessons for establishing reading routines and expectations⭐ Sight Word Cards and Assessments⭐ 50 Reading Comprehension Worksheets for any
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Planning effective reading instruction and assessment can seem overwhelming! Simplify your planning with 50 Reading Response Worksheets that can be used with any fiction or nonfiction book!

These 50 Reading Comprehension Worksheets give you flexibility to meet the needs of ALL your learners. They are versatile enough to be used for a variety of classroom and home learning activities, such as

⭐ Read Aloud

⭐ Shared Reading

⭐ Independent Reading

⭐ Guided Reading

⭐ Reading Centers or Daily Five

⭐ Take Home Activity or Homework

⭐ Distance Learning Response to an ebook, online book, or video

These responses also open in Google Slides and include student directions and ready to type text boxes.

Every Reading Response is aligned to common core reading standards so you can easily assess students and share evidence of their progress. There are responses for literature (fiction) and informational (nonfiction) texts for grades K-2.

Every response page has an important teaching point that can be used with any book. There are opportunities to respond with writing and drawing to meet the needs of your learners. The format of each page is child friendly with ample work space and simple directions to promote independence!

Here are the skills included:

  • identifying authors and illustrators
  • describing the job of the author and illustrator
  • predicting or taking a sneak peek
  • checking predictions
  • evaluating to find a favorite part
  • retelling with beginning, middle, end
  • retelling important details
  • using pictures to learn more
  • identifying and describing characters
  • identifying and describing settings
  • identifying and describing the problem or trouble
  • identifying and describing the problem and solution
  • asking and answering questions
  • identifying a lesson or central message
  • evaluating a lesson or central message
  • comparing and contrasting
  • describing how characters feel
  • evaluating the actions and roles of characters
  • describing how characters change or character feelings change
  • finding dialogue and thinking about point of view
  • distinguish between literature (fiction) and informational (nonfiction) texts
  • finding and thinking about key words
  • identifying the topic
  • retell key details
  • making connections between books, movies, memories, and knowledge
  • identifying and using text features
  • sharing interesting information
  • identifying the author's point of view
  • creating book recommendations

Many of these skills are essential to reading both literature and informational text so multiple versions are included to match each genre. Please watch the preview to see all 50 pages included.


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**The PDF resource is not editable. Digital resources open with Google Slides.

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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.
Ask and answer questions about unknown words in a text.
Recognize common types of texts (e.g., storybooks, poems).


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