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Explore non-fiction and informational reading comprehension activities for Grade 2, Grade 3, and Grade 4. Reading activities feature study questions and answer keys.
A reading comprehension describes some of the opening ceremony for the 2016 Olympics in Rio; this has follow-up multiple-choice questions about the reading afterwards.
This short fiction story is about how Jimmy, a fifth grader, is cyberbullies and what happens. Comprehension questions ask students to think about the story and the topic. A good discussion starter!
Read the story about Samantha and answer the questions that follow. This story is about online bullying and the effects they have on everyone. What would you do?
Updated: This easy to read narrative describes some Valentine's Day traditions. Includes reading, comprehension questions and draw a picture with short answer. Great for Valentine's Day!
This is a three page comprehension template addressing the common core reading standards for second grade informational text; Key ideas and Details. The emphasis is on key details and questioning. Students are to ask who, what, where, when why and how questions. Students are also asked to link important steps, events or ideas from the text and to compare/contrast them. Common Core: ELA: RI.2.1-3
Reading comprehension for the Hindu holiday Diwali, Festival of Lights. Suited for elementary. Compare and Contrast chart included. Common Core: ELA RI.39, ELA RI2.9