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1st Grade Common Core: RL.1.1

Common Core Identifier: RL.1.1 / Grade: 1
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
106 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
This page contains multiple choice and short answer questions for chapters four through six.
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These six comprehension questions focus on Jack and Annie's prehistoric encounters with the Pteranodon, Anatosaurus, and Triceratops.
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Rock Band FREE 
Beth and her friends choose instruments and form a rock band.
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Dan can sit and give five with his paw.  But what happens to Zac when he has Dan fetch a ball from the pool?
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Tom is excited to be at the beach, but how can he have fun without any friends to play with?
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The question leader thinks up open-ended discussion questions for the literature circle group.
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This easy-to-read poem about a buzzing bumblebee has lots of repetition. The file features a vocabulary matching worksheet and a rhyming words activity.
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Check your students' understanding of the first three chapters of the book with these comprehension questions.
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Ian takes Sir Wags-a-Lot camping with Dad. Dad thinks Sir Wags-a-Lot will get in the way. Can Sir Wags-a-Lot show he's useful instead?
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Ivy's Mommy, Grandma, and Grandpa are busy in the kitchen, preparing for Thanksgiving. Ivy wants to help. What can she do?
(Approx. Grade Levels: 1-2)
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Rhyme Game FREE 
Bella and James are playing a rhyming game. When it's James' turn to rhyme words, he makes Bella laugh.
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Cody finds a rock in the driveway... and it has orange eyes!  His parents tell him that what he's found is NOT really a rock.
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A frog is lost and cannot find his way home.
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This worksheet has five questions for the last two chapters of the novel.
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This worksheet contains a set of multiple choice and short answer questions for the book, Nate the Great.
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Aunt Lee doesn't have normal pets, like cats or dogs.  She has chickens!  Find out where she keeps them and what they eat.
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This is a cute poem about hunting for a golden Easter egg.
(Approx. Grade Level 2-4)
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This is a cute sing-song poem about apple picking. Reading comprehension questions are included on the second page.
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Matt searches everywhere for his missing pencil.  You wouldn't believe where he finds it.
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Jill's cat, Sam, gets lost under the bed when he chases his bell.
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This sheet includes questions about Jack and Annie's adventure in the dark room of the castle, and their encounter with the three guards.
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A dog keeps finding different colored balls.  Find out what the dog does with each ball.  Then, answer the comprehension questions.
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The question leader writes open-ended questions to discuss with the reading group.
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This file has fifteen questions to go along with the book, Junie B. Jones and Some Sneaky Peeky Spying.
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A cat is chasing a mouse around the house.  The mouse sneaks bread, cheese, and crackers into his hole.  Find out why the cat can't catch him.
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Ian needs to find the right tree for the tree house his dad is building. Ian asks his dog for help because his dog is good at finding things.
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A baby and his mother are in the park blowing bubbles.
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This page has multiple choice and short answer questions about Stanley's life as a flat boy.
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These comprehension questions cover the final four chapters of the book. Includes both multiple choice and short answer questions.
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The questions on this worksheet cover the last four chapters of the book. Students answer questions about Jack's escape from the Tyrannosaurus rex and their magical return home.
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Ian can't think of just the right name for his new dog. The names that his father suggests just don't seem right.
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Read the fiction story about Jen and her dog Max.  Students then answer a series of questions that go along with the story.
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Emma is worried she won't find any eggs at the egg hunt, because most of the kids there are bigger and faster.
(Approx. Grade Level 1-2)
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This worksheet contains a set of reading comprehension questions for students to answer after reading the first three chapters of the book.
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Answer seven comprehension questions to check your understanding of chapters one through three. Includes questions about the setting, finding the magical tree house, and Jack and Annie's adventures with the pteranodon.
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Lily and her mom are having a picnic. They hear lots of beautiful music. Where are the sounds coming from?
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Zac and Sam are at the store, but they can't agree on what to buy.
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Hippo keeps bothering frog by eating the lily pads, squishing the mud, and blowing bubbles in the water.  How can they work it out?
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Answer the questions about Stanley's adventures. Includes multiple choice, matching, and short answer questions.
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Ian, his dad, and Sir-Wags-a-Lot are fishing in a canoe. Every time a fish comes near the boat, the dog barks and scares it away.
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You've heard the phrase, "The early bird catches the worm." However, that's not the case in this story.
(Approx. Grade Level: 1-2)
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Rosie tries all of the rides at the playground, but which one is her favorite?
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In this cute poem, kids read about the colors red, blue, green, and yellow in nature.
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Hunter is making a special card for his mother.
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What happens when Dad discovers a messy bedroom?   After reading about a child who cleans up their room, students check their understanding by answering the questions.
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This page has questions about Junie's trip to the grocery store, and what she saw there.
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This sheet includes questions about Jack and Annie's swim in the castle's moat and their ride with the knight in shining armor.
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Josh is an independent young boy who gets his own snack and puts his dishes away. However, when he tried to tie his shoes by himself, he makes knots. Can he do it himself without help?
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Ian and his dog, Sir Wags-a-Lot, want to leave milk and cookies for Santa. Which cookies will they choose?
(Approx. Grade Level: 1-2)
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Max is getting ready for his birthday party, but the baby is popping the balloons and ruining his party.
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Ben and his dad go fishing in this story.  After reading about their adventures, students can answer the four questions that follow.
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Read about a child who helps out at home with a new baby.  Four reading comprehension questions follow the story.
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This worksheet features questions about Stanley's adventures catching the sneak thieves at the art museum.
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This worksheet can be used to check students' comprehension after reading the entire book. Includes true-false questions, multiple choice, and short answer questions.
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Answer questions about Jack and Annie's adventure to prehistoric times. This worksheet covers all ten chapters of the book.
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While Ian is asleep in his bed, he awakes when he hears the door creak open. Then he hears a strange sound. Is it his dad, his mom, a ghost, or something else?
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What will happen when Anna is asked to bring her class pet home for a long weekend?
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This is a creative poem about a car trip to Grandma's house.
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It's farmer Ted's birthday, but he has forgotten!
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Mary found an earring, but who does it belong to?  Read along as Mary solves the mystery.
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This worksheet has six multiple choice and short answer questions from the first three chapters of the book.
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Create a book report poster for a fiction book. Students write about main characters, setting, conflict, and resolution. This version fits on one page and does not require cutting and gluing.
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Ian goes to the pumpkin patch to pick out a pumpkin for Halloween. He can't decide, so his dog picks for him.
(Approx. Grade Level: 1-2)
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Write several open-ended discussion questions about the assigned chapters.
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Discussion leader role worksheet for literature circle groups.
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Students write open-ended questions to discuss with their lit. circle group.
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Create open-ended discussion questions for your group to talk about.
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Student writes four open-ended discussion questions to share with the group.
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The question leader writes open-ended questions for members of the literature circle group to discuss.
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The question leader writes several discussion questions to share with the group.
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An origami cube you can cut, fold, and glue.  Students roll the cube for reading comprehension questions.
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James and Bella are guessing what Mom is making for a tasty snack. Can they put the clues together and figure out what it is?
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This 3-page worksheet includes a variety of questions on chapter 1 of Frog and Toad Are Friends by Arnold Lobel. There are fill-in-the-blanks, short answer questions, multiple choice questions, and even a chart for students to complete.
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Find the range for each set of numbers. Includes a word problem.
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James has the hiccups. Bella tells him to stand on his head in order to get rid of them, but James has his own ideas. This reading comprehension activity includes vocabulary words, a writing prompt, and comprehension questions.
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Heather and Noah have some pretty good ideas! What will they be able to accomplish together today? Reading activity includes a writing prompt, comprehension questions, and vocabulary words.
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This reading comprehension activity is all about farms. Learn about the types of foods farmers grow on their farms. This activity includes short answer questions and a vocabulary exercise.
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Review the fifth and final chapter of Frog and Toad Are Friends with this worksheet.
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When all Ian's family members are too busy to listen to him read, what will he do? Activity includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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When Brandon wants to introduce Nick to his "kitty," Nick is expecting to meet Brandon's pet! Who he meets at the end of the story is definitely a surprise!
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Ian can't find his orange anywhere! Can Ian's dad and his dog, Sir Wags-a-Lot, help Ian find his lost orange?
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Zoe, Grace, and Devin go outside to play in the snow. When Grace and Devin can't decide what kind of snowman they should build, Zoe comes up with an idea they'll all like! Activity includes comprehension questions and vocabulary words.
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Bella and James are playing a "Smelling Game." What are their favorite things to smell? This activity includes comprehension questions and vocabulary words.
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Mark and Ava gather everything they need for the perfect picnic. Will the rain clouds overhead ruin their plans?
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Learn all about pigs in this interesting article. This activity includes reading comprehension questions, a writing activity, and vocabulary words. An answer key is included.
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This set of review questions includes short answer and multiple choice questions, as well as a chart for students to fill in.
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Ian isn't the luckiest when it comes to catching a baseball at the ball game. Can his dog, Sir-Wags-a-Lot, help him out?
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Mia helps her brother Nate look for his missing book. Will they be able to find it? This reading comprehension activity includes vocabulary words, comprehension questions, and a writing response.
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Chipmunk is looking for her breakfast, but it looks like her friends have already eaten all of the food in the forest. When she finds her friends, she discovers that they've planned a special surprise.
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Look at the picture and write what mouse wants. Then color, assemble, and read the book.
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Mom can't find her keys anywhere! Together, she and Lily search the kitchen for the missing keys. Will they be able to find them? Reading comprehension questions, vocabulary from the story, and a writing activity are included with this worksheet.
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Have your students complete these questions to review chapter 3 of Frog and Toad Are Friends.
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Ian knows what he wants to be when he grows up, but can Sir-Wags-a-Lot figure out what he wants to be too? Reading comprehension questions, writing prompt, and vocabulary words are included.
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Ian has a brand new tree house, but something doesn't seem quite right? What's missing from Ian's tree house? Find out in this reading activity geared toward a first grade reading level.
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Lia and Andy are almost ready for trick-or-treating! But to make their Halloween night just right, they will have to make a few swaps first.
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Jordan can't remember where he set down his bowl of ice cream! He and Ava better hurry up and find it before it all melts! Reading activity includes comprehension questions. An answer key is included.
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After your class finishes reading Frog and Toad Are Friends, review your students' comprehension of the material they read with this printable worksheet. Question types include fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, and short answer.
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Lily and Mom want to exercise, but their dog Pep wants to play. Activity includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt. An answer key is also included.
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Lily and her favorite stuffed animals are ready for Mom to read them a bedtime story. Can they stay awake until the end? This reading activity includes comprehension questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary game.
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Cassie and Eli play a fun game with shadows. This story includes reading comprehension questions, vocabulary matching, and a writing prompt.
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James and Bella want to play catch outside, but they can't find their ball! Will their dog, Penny, help them out, or does Penny have a different game in mind? This reading activity includes a writing exercise, vocabulary matching from the story, and comprehension questions.
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Review chapter 2 of the book Frog and Toad Are Friends with this set of questions.
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Join Ian and Sir-Wags-a-Lot as they make an extra special birthday cake for Dad! Reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt are included.
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James and Bella play a fun game in the yard with Bella's dog, Penny. They describe all the things they feel. What feels best of all? Reading comprehension activity and vocabulary words are included with this worksheet.
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Mia and Annie think there's a ghost in Mia's bedroom. What are they going to do? Activity includes comprehension questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary words.
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Uh oh! Sophie only has three apples to divide between she and her three friends. Can they come up with a plan so everyone can enjoy Sophie's apples? A fall-themed reading comprehension activity with follow-up questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary.
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