Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks

Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
Sarah Plain and Tall Comprehension Bookmarks
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Are you about to start reading the favorite book, "Sarah, Plain and Tall" with your class? Do you have a class set that students will read on their own?

To help my readers with chapter book comprehension, I created these comprehension bookmarks to follow up each chapter. There are nine total bookmarks for the nine chapters in the book. Each bookmark has 4-5 questions that tie in with reading comprehension skills: finding main idea, recalling facts and details, sequencing, cause and effect, compare and contract, word meanings, making predictions, and drawing conclusions. The end of each bookmark also includes a spot for students to record any "interesting" or unknown words. A parent signature request line is included at the bottom of each bookmark. I also included the letter that I sent home to my parents.

How it works in my room: I assign one chapter an evening for my 4th graders to read at home. I encourage parents to join their students with reading and answering the questions together. The day after an assigned reading, I collect the bookmarks and my students grab their pillows or blankets in the front of our room for our read aloud. I read over the chapter and we talk about the vocabulary and different parts of the story together. We also go over our bookmarks and any unknown/interesting words.

This was the first chapter book I've read with my reading class. Most of my students are below grade level with reading and struggle with comprehension. This was a great activity for us to do for class bonding and comprehension confidence. Many of students loved the book and I had several parents enjoy the opportunity to work with their students. (YAY!) If you use these bookmarks, please let me know how they worked for you and your class!
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