Need more than one of these worksheets? Purchase enough for four days here!Students will read two different paragraphs with a similar topic, determine whether the paragraphs are fiction or nonfiction, and then write the author's purpose for each
Each exit ticket comes with a sentence/short paragraph including a common idiom. Students use context clues on a sentence level to determine the meaning of the idiom!
Print a sheet at a time or cut them into strips to make it a quick exit ticket!
Use this sheet to track student reading conferences throughout the year! I print them back to back, use one per student and keep them all in a binder for easy access. There are places to record the date, reading level, book information and the
This quick activity requires students to identify when they use different context clue strategies. Students will use synonyms, antonyms and explanations within a sentence to figure out the meaning of unknown words. Students will have to color code
Use the Graphic Organizer for any text! Students will come up with their own questions for each level of questioning. Students must also write an answer to their question and provide text evidence as support.
English Language Arts, Literature, Informational Text
This reading log can be used in school or at home! Students write the title of one (or more!) book they read then track the time next to the title. Students will be tracking reading AND getting additional practice with telling time and calculating
Students will search through texts to find words with either short or long vowel sounds. Students will have to sort the words they find into the appropriate columns! Each vowel is on a separate half sheet so these can been used over time, as a
Sixteen cards of increasing difficulty for plural nouns! Multiple choice, fill in the blank and short response questions are included. This is a brief activity meant for a whole class warm up, small group review, or partner/individual center work.