These task cards allow students to think about the characters in the given passages.
Students are to read the passage on the task card and use the information to chose the trait that best describes the character. They then have to find key words and
This is a simplified version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
This includes chapter by chapter reading comprehension questions as well as grammar/spelling questions using words from the text.
A fantastic reading resource to use in the
These are a set of 58 different task cards. There are many activities/tasks that children will love. They are much more interesting than doing a workseet.
They incorporate different learning styles.
Print and laminate for durability.
Children are to use non-fiction books to find examples of each common nonfiction feature. They are to list the book they found that particular feature in and write what that feature is showing in the book (what they found out).
A great way for
This booklet contains 20 pages of reading passages and comprehension activities about different kinds of owls and owls in general.
This booklet can be given to students to complete at their own pace.
Alternatively, you can get students to read
The purpose of these notes is to help teachers with what students might learn as
emerging readers from well written narratives. The activities outlined should
allow students to think more deeply about the text.
Background knowledge and chapter
Have students analyse the conflict in a story by using this mind map.
Easy format for children to use independently or enlarge and have students work in groups to brainstorm and analyse conflict in the story.