An informational text passage that will teach students everything they need to know about September 11th and its aftermath. Students will follow the reading with a multiple choice and short answer reading comprehension assessment. The short answer response is recorded inside the patriotic medallion that is included. Finally, the students get to color their medallions that will serve as a great classroom display.
Women are too exciting to learn about with the same - old - tired - boring passages. Instead, show your students that you can learn about these fascinating women with various genres of literature. Also included? Pages of reading comprehension lessons and activities that correspond with the reading.
GRADES 6-8 - We’ve put a twist on reading comprehension practice by incorporating a foldable craft.....the perfect brain break after the hard work is done! The students will be required to do a "close read" of the informational text entitled “The History
GRADES 3-5: We’ve put a twist on Reading Comprehension by incorporating a Foldable Craft! No "drill and kill" here! The students will read the informational text entitled “A Day of Honor”. The reading is followed by a comprehension assessment consisting of 8 multiple choice questions (that reflect the Common Core Standards), and a short response question that requires text based evidence.
September 11th Reading Comprehension - Informational Text * Questions * foldable
MobyMax Reading Skills is a FREE Curriculum for K-8 Schools that helps students critically analyze complex informational texts. Students learn how to explain key ideas and details, understand the structure of informational texts, integrate knowledge and ideas, and use evidence to support points. MobyMax is specifically designed for teachers.
Christopher Columbus: QR Code Scavenger Hunt & Research Lap Book with Flip Book
Christopher Columbus QR Code Research project and lap book for Columbus Day! Learn all about Columbus by scanning QR codes, reading about his life and discovering who he was. Then complete a lap book made to look like Columbus. Lap book includes timeline, flip book, ship facts, 1st voyage map, and favorite fact flaps.
Who is the Government Fairy and What is She Doing here
Make learning about the local, state and federal government more fun with a sprinkle of fairy dust! This unit kicks off with a read-aloud (or guided reading) story written at the 3.2 reading level called "Jenny and the Government Fairy". Start out with four activity sheets that go with the story, and match language arts Common Core Standards for 3rd grade. Then move on to teaching handouts, and activities (including quizzes) that teach students about federal, state and local government! $