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The Origins of Halloween Reading Comprehension

Origins of Halloween Reading Comprehension Where did Halloween in America begin? One page of reading and eight comprehension questions. Appropriate for middle and high school. You may also like… Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #2 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #3 Aesop’s...


Mapping Your Story

Mapping Your Story

Take notes on the setting and important plot developments with this story mapping worksheet. You may also like… Story Plot Graph Story Plot Terms Notes Map the Story Organizer Short Story Overview


Annotations Bookmark

Annotations Bookmark

Use this bookmark to keep notes on the setting, characters, themes, and making connections. The making connections box is a good place to connect the story to other stories or personal experiences. You may also like… Interactive Bookmark for Critical...


Cornell Notetaking Template

Cornell Notetaking

This is the third Cornell Notes template on this site. This version has more space and lines. This one has less space and no lines, and this one has room for summary at the bottom. You may also like… Cornell...


Faux Facebook Profile Worksheet

Faux Facebook Profile Worksheet

Students create a facebook style profile with this worksheet. It is in Word format so it can be edited to fit different topics. Everwhere it says “Heading” can be edited. Some suggested uses include: author, novel character, historical figure or...



Earth Day Reading Comprehension

Earth Day Reading Comprehension Worksheet

This is the story of the first Earth Day with reading comprehension questions and an answer key. You may also like… Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #2 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #3 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension #4 Aesop’s Fables Reading Comprehension...


Making Connections with Reading

Making Connections with the Story

This form helps students make connections with what they are reading. Critical reading involves making connections. To gain a full understanding of the text, one should ask, “How does this apply to my life?” This organizer helps them do that....


Inferences Chart

Making Inferences Chart

Making inferences means to draw conclusions or to make judgments based on facts. Write the important details and facts in the boxes on the left. Then write inferences about those important details in the boxes on the right. This chart...