Second Grade Reading Comprehension and Fluency Passages:This resource contains 6 reading comprehension and fluency passages presented in 2 versions and followed by a True/ False sort.The students will have to: *read each text 3 times and color a star after each reading ( for fluency)*answer text based questions and color the evidence in the text ( in the first version) *write and answer their own questions about the important details in the text ( in the 2nd version)* Cut, sort, and paste…
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Reading Comprehension Passages Here are 4 fun reading passages that can be used in the spring or summer. The topics include Flag Day Buzzing Bees Great White Sharks and Popsicles! Enjoy! 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade non-fiction comprehension reading comprehension Summer
Reading Comprehension Assessments for 2nd grade! Perfectly aligned with 2nd grade standards. Designed to increase in complexity as your students grow. Use as a formative or summative in your classroom.
Summer Reading Passages with Comprehension Questions These non-fiction reading passages have lots of fun facts that your students will love. The topics include Flag Day Buzzing Bees (The Invention of) Popsicles! and Great White Sharks. They can be used as guided reading homework for early finishers or even an easy way to get kids settled when they walk in the door! Enjoy! Christina 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade A Classroom for All Seasons free reading comprehension resources Summer
About two years ago, I created some resources to send home with parents on how to help their children succeed in school. You can find the old post here. I wanted to update these so I could send them home at the beginning of the year. I will also be sending these home with parents....Read More »