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This page contains a large collection of compare and contrast graphic organizers, articles, activities, and worksheets.
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Graphic OrganizersVenn Diagram (No Lines) Member
Use this Venn diagram to compare and contrast two items, people, events, or topics.Venn Diagram (With Lines) Member
This version of the Venn diagram has lines for students to write on.Triple Circle Venn Member
This Venn diagram has three circles for comparing/contrasting three different topics.Double Bubble Map Member
Are you tired of using Venns for compare and contrast? Try the double bubble map instead!
Reading PassagesDolphins and Porpoises Member
Read the compare and contrast article about dolphins and porpoises. This article incudes a question page, a graphic organizer, and a vocabulary worksheet.Boas and Pythons: Compare/Contrast Member
This article highlights the similarities and difference between boas and pythons. After reading the article, students answer the comprehension questions and complete the Venn diagram.Alligators and Crocodiles: Compare/Contrast Member
This non-fiction passage explains the differences between alligators and crocodiles. Several comprehension questions follow the article.Frogs and Toads: Compare/Contrast Member
How can you tell the difference between frogs and toads? Students will find out when they read this fascinating animal article.Moths and Butterflies: Compare/Contrast Member
Learn about the similarities and differences between moths and butterflies. A page of comprehension questions are included.Tall Mary & Short Harry: Compare/Contrast Member
This cute story describes two people: Tall Mary and Short Harry. Compare and contrast the two characters, then answer the questions that follow.Beach/Mountain: Compare/Contrast Member
Would you rather visit the beach or climb a mountain? These two paragraphs highlight the similarities and differences.
ActivitiesBook vs. Movie Member
Students read a book and movie with the same title. Then they compare and contrast the two. This project includes short answer questions, essay questions, and a Venn diagram.
Creature FeaturesCreature Feature #1 (Primary) Member
Compare and contrast the two creatures shown. This version has primary-ruled lines for students in grades K through 2.Creature Feature #1 (Intermediate) Member
Compare and contrast the two creatures shown. Use a Venn diagram, then write a written comparison. This version has intermediate-ruled lines for students in grades 3 through 5.Creature Feature #2 (Primary) Member
Color the creatures, then compare and contrast them. This version was written specially for younger students in grades K through 2.Creature Feature #2 (Intermediate) Member
Color the creatures, then compare them on the graphic organizer. After that, use the information on the organizer to write a written comparison. This version was created for students in grades 3 through 5.Creature Feature #3 (Primary) Member
Color, compare, and contrast. This worksheet is recommended for students in Kindergarten through 2nd grade.Creature Feature #3 (Intermediate) Member
Color the unusual creatures in the illustration. Then compare and contrast them on a graphic organizer and in essay form. Recommended for students in grades 3 through 5.
WorksheetsCompare and Contrast Sentences Member
Read each sentence and tell if it's making a comparison between two things, if it's contrasting two things, or both.
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