On the first page is a photo of someone walking through fog and an informational paragraph describing what fog is like, and explaining that fog is clouds near the ground or water. It tells how fog forms and that it is made of small drops of water. It also tells what makes fog go away. Following the paragraph, there are 13 True or False questions about fog. Then, there are 4 more questions about snow, hail, and rain. The second set of questions is in a multiple choice format. I included two picture clues on the second page of this worksheet to help students with the questions at the end of it. The third page is the answer key.
This worksheet will work well in the primary grades, because many sight or high-frequency words for primary students are a part of it. There are also phonetically decodable words that young readers can figure out. Reading comprehension skills are: 1) literal comprehension (locating details) and 2) a few questions that are inferential comprehension (making inferences and drawing conclusions). Not only will this product make an interesting reading lesson, it will also work well for a science lesson! The science content is clouds, fog and 3 forms of precipitation – rain, snow, hail, although I did not use the term precipitation in the worksheet.