Reinforce grammar and comprehension as you support your students in understanding the elements of a fictional text! In this activity, students will practice identifying verbs and rewriting the beloved story of "The Frog Prince" in their own words.
Being able to describe and compare character development is an important skill for young readers. Using this handy graphic organizer, students will use adjectives to compare characters at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
Bring fiction to life by having your little readers choose a scene from their book to illustrate and caption! Students will work on visualizing a quoted passage from a book with this creative illustration exercise.
Help your students to visually interpret a scene from their book with this illustration worksheet! After students read, they’ll make the picture in their minds come to life by drawing their favorite scene and quoting a passage from the text.
Get students excited about taking reading notes with this bubbly worksheet! This fun format can be used to jot down quick notes about each chapter in your students’ books, then used as a reference for complete summaries when the time comes.
Keep this organizer handy for your students to keep track of the chapters they've read and look ahead to the next one! Challenge your young readers to take their chapter summaries one step further by having them write out predictions for upcoming chapters
Have students consider a character’s attributes and actions with this cute and memorable organizer! After reading a book, students will draw a picture and describe the characters. Then they'll summarize the beginning, middle, and end of the story.