Category Archives: Comprehension
From www.4nannies.com By Erin McNeill Reading is a skill that your child will master at some point. Every child learns at a different pace and in different ways, however, so be patient with the process. In the meantime, here are some … Continue reading
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Create a memorable silent reading time in your classroom. Allow students to choose a book and a book buddy. These buddies are a collection of pillow pets, stuffed animals of various sizes, or anything they can hold or cuddle while … Continue reading
From scholastic.com Use the reader’s response activity to analyze the characters in any book. Print and collect your scrapbook pages. Click on the following link: http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/scrapbook/index.htm
The reading tests provided here are a combination of multiple choice, short-answer, and long-answer questions. The short-answer and long-answer questions are designed to have students process the information in the passage, analyze it, and organize it for the answer. In … Continue reading