Winter Sports Reading Passages Comprehension Questions and Informational Writing
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These NO PREP Winter Sports reading passages with comprehension questions are perfect for your 1st and 2nd grade readers. Students love reading about the sports and winter ones have a different excitement to them. Teachers can also use these passages to help students with their informational writing using the included close reading skills strategies.
The passages, questions and informational writing activities are all digital and printable!
- 8 Reading Passages (Digital and Printable)
- 8 Comprehension Question Sets (Digital and Printable)
- Informational Writing Activities (Printable and Digital)
- Small Group Activities
- Close Reading Step by Step Instructions
There are many ways! Teachers can assign students the passages digitally or use the printable version. They can be assigned within any digital platform. The students can do the comprehension questions after the reading. This can also be assigned.
This can be done whole group, small group, individually, snow day independent work or even as a homework assignment.
Recommended Way: The teacher can then use these passages with the close reading lesson plans that are included and turn it into an informational writing activity all about winter sports.
You might also be interested in our Winter Games PBL unit. This unit is included inside of it, so you get both!
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