Look no further for a resource to explore Rosa Parks with your primary students! This comprehension activities resource practices the skill of cause and effect and provides several activities to help your students master this skill - all while having fun!
Download the preview for details! (Please note: The preview features my Bats Comprehension Activities. It has the same exact components, but it's about a different topic.)
What resources did I include in this product for you?
⬟ Fiction reading passage about Rosa Parks
⬟ Non-fiction reading passage about Rosa Parks
⬟ Focus skill poster
⬟ Open-ended comprehension questions: three different formats
- Full page with questions only: Great for teacher use to ask questions orally during guided reading, small group, or whole class instruction
- Full page with writing lines: Perfect paired with full-page reading passages as a center or in small groups
- Passage and questions on one page: Perfect for independent work, as homework, or even as assessments
⬟ Reading focus skill activity: No prep activity incorporating reading focus skill
- Great as a reading center or as a whole group activity to reinforce mini-lesson (cause and effect book - two versions)
What skill is targeted by this product?
⬟ Cause and effect
How can you use this product in your classroom?
⬟ This resource would work great as an addition to an existing Rosa Parks, social studies, African American history, or American history unit.
What have other customers loved about this product?
"My first grade friends loved this!" (Thank you, Taylor Griffin!)
"Nice addition to our biography unit!" (Thank you, Kimberly Morris!)
"Just what I needed! Thank you!" (Thank you, Kimberly F.!)
Do you need other winter resources? You'll love these:
Black History Month Activities
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Winter Warm-Up 2nd Grade
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