Category: Reading

Printable reading comprehension worksheets, graphic organizers and strategies for teaching reading.


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Weekly Reading Log in Minutes

In addition to the book title, this reading log form has space to indicate whether the book was read alone or with a parent. It also has an area to total the minutes read for the whole seven day week....


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Shakespeare’s Insults

William Shakespeare’s language has remained rich, witty, modern and refreshing, even after 400 years. Watch this video for a closer look at Shakespeare’s language and to learn a few new insults. Take a look at this site that gives you...


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Keep Calm and Read On

Keep Calm and Read On. Print this classroom poster to encourage daily reading. If you have seen these Keep Calm posters but aren’t sure what they are, go to knowyourmeme.com for info on the background. You may also like… Keep...


Critical Reading Questions

Critical Reading Questions

Careful reading involves asking questions. Use this worksheet to answer the questions Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How as you read. You may also like… Interactive Bookmark for Critical Reading Prereading Questions SQ3R Reading Comprehension Form Aesop’s Fables Reading...


Reading Strategies Posters

Reading Strategies Posters

Post these reading strategies on the wall to remind students how to be critical readers. Students are encouraged to clarify, connect, evaluate, predict and question while they read. This .pdf file contains six pages, one page for each reading strategy....



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Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #4

The Tortoise and the Hare Reading Comprehension This story from Aesop’s Fables is followed by reading comprehension questions and the answer key. You may also like… Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #2 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #3 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension...


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Of Mice and Men Notes Organizer

This file contains two pages shown in the thumbnail images. One is the completed key for the teacher. The second is the blank note-taker for students. The purpose is to give a brief introduction to key facts about John Steinbeck’s...


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Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #3

The Lion and the Mouse Reading Comprehension This story from Aesop’s Fables is followed by reading comprehension questions and the answer key. You may also like… Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #2 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #4 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension...