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Informational and Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension for Pre-K and Kindergarten

Download these informational and non-fiction reading comprehension activities for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Most readings include study questions and answer keys.

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  • "Color one flower yellow..."
  • Color the basket blue. Color one egg orange...
  • A 1 page realistic fiction selection, followed by 3 multiple choice questions, and 4 short answer essays.
  • Factual reading comprehension tells the difference between Earth and a globe.
  • This short reading comprehension gives examples of things that are living, and then has students classify other objects as living or non-living.
  • "I like the zoo." Young readers can read about the zoo with this five-page easy reader booklet.
  • "It is time to wake up." This seven-page Easy Reader Booklet provides a good introduction to telling time for young readers.
  • "I see a farmer." This six-page easy reader booklet introduces young readers to farms.
  • This easy reader booklet is great for Earth Day or any time.
  • "The circus is fun!" This five-page booklet is a good introduction to words related to the circus.
  • "Let's go to the beach." This four-page easy reader booklet is a great way for young readers to read about fun summer beach activities.
  • "I feel happy." This six-page Easy Reader Booklet provides a good introduction to emotions for young readers.
  • "They are playing hockey." This five-page easy reader booklet is a fun introduction to sports for young readers.
  • "Look at the flag." This four-page booklet is a great introduction to Independence Day for early readers. Comes with illustrations to color.
  • "a is for airplane." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (one picture-supported word to a page; one page per letter; 9 pages plus cover page).
  • "j is for jaguar." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (one picture-supported word to a page; one page per letter; nine pages).
  • "s is for sun." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (one picture-supported words to a page; one page per letter; 8 pages).
  • "I like turkey for dinner." This four-page illustrated booklet is a great introduction to words related to Thanksgiving.
  • "It is sunny!" Easy to read booklet, weather-related vocabulary with pictures to color
  • "I wear a snowsuit." This five-page easy reader booklet is a fun introduction to reading about winter for young readers.
  • Trace and cut out. This stocking-shaped shapebook is a fun way for early readers to learn 30 Christmas vocabulary words. The pages can be hung in a word wall or made into a book for students to illustrate.
  • "I like to play on the swings." This easy reader booklet is a fun way to introduce the spelling of popular playground equipment.
  • "Look at the bunny" Make a booklet by stapling the pages together. Twelve booklet pages. Easy Reader.
  • A great little booklet to teach about recycling with blackline graphics to color.
  • "I like sunny days." Read the story and copy the words into the sentences below. Includes a word search and drawing prompt.
  • An early reader, with missing words and a word search.
  • An early reader unit, featuring a word search and writing practice, with a spoo-ooky theme.
  • [created with abctools] Number words and numerals zero through nine. One number per house, four houses per page.
  • [member-created with abctools]Trace and cut out. This pumpkin-shaped shapebook includes a fun poem ("Pumpkin,Pumpkin") for early readers.
  • "h is for hat." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "b is for bag." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "c is for cat." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "d is for dog." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "f is for frog." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "g is for gift." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "p is for pan." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "j is for jet." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "k is for kid." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "l is for log." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).