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3rd Grade Common Core: RL.3.1

Common Core Identifier: RL.3.1 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Reading Literature: Key Ideas and Details
Detail: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
252 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Ben's sister Kate is trying to help him remove his wiggly tooth, but nothing is working.  This is a high-interest fiction piece that will require your students to read carefully for details.
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Did you know groundhogs can climb trees?  They're great swimmers too!  They can also whistle and bark.  Learn many more fascinating facts about groundhogs in this article.
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Jose dreams of being a superhero.  When Sarah's cat gets stuck in a tree, he may finally have his chance.
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Erin found a four-leaf clover in her grandparents' backyard, but how will she prove it's lucky?
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All Adrianna really wanted for Christmas was a new sled, but now that she has one it won't snow. Will the snow come before winter break is over or will Adrianna's favorite gift sit unused?
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Nobody in class remembered to wish Emma a happy birthday.  They're all too busy planning a surprise party for the school custodian.
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Brooke's mom is taking her someplace special, but Brooke can't figure out where that could be. And the answer isn't anything she would've guessed.
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A strong article about your muscles, with a page of reading questions.
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Grandpa isn't catching any fish down by the seashore. Detectives Emma and Alex are on the case, and they find out what happened to the fish.
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Jared can't wait to get out of the summer sun and into the cool ocean water, but between the traffic and beach crowd it seems like it's taking forever to finally swim. But he'll learn a lesson in patience that will work in his favor.
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When a baby deer shows up in the backyard, Sarah wants to treat it like a pet, but when her mom tells her the dangers of interacting with wild animals, Sarah will have to find another way to remember her backyard visitor.
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When Jason gets stuck being the leprechaun while playing Leprechaun's Pot of Gold with his friends, he'll have to think like a leprechaun to find the perfect hiding place for the chocolate coins.
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Rebecca loves helping her grandmother in her vegetable garden and dreams of having one of her own, but her yard isn't big enough. Can her grandmother help her figure out how to have a garden without a proper yard?
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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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An origami cube you can cut, fold, and glue.  Students roll the cube for reading comprehension questions.
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Mindy has been practicing for soccer sign-ups, but when all her friends decide to join cheerleading, Mindy will have to decide if being with them is more important than playing soccer.
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Ava doesn't want to disappoint her best friend Melanie by missing her pool party, but Ava doesn't want everyone to find out she can't swim either.
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Trina is determined to find a shark tooth before she leaves Myrtle Beach. She finds something that could be a tooth, but she's not positive. Will the mystery item be enough to satisfy her search?
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It's Maddie's first day in a new school, and at recess she can't wait to try out the giant play set. But according to the rules of the playground set by the fourth graders, Maddie's not allowed on it. Now she'll have to decide what's more important, playing by the rules or making new friends.
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When Patrick interviews his grandmother for a school project, he discovers that she walked to school as a child, her family didn't have a television set, and couldn't play video games. He wonders why grandma refers to her childhood as "the good old days."
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A fact-filled article about your kidneys, and a comprehension worksheet to check for understanding.
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Maura is anxious to meet her new neighbors. She hopes a girl her age will move in so she'll have someone to hang out with over summer break. But when the moving truck arrives, Maura finds out that she'll get even more than she wished for.
(Approx. grade levels 2-4)
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When a leak in the water pipes means digging up Colin's old sandbox, he starts to get nostalgic for the days when he used to dig in the sand hoping to find dinosaur bones. But when the backhoe reveals a fossil hidden in the dirt, Colin's dreams of discovery may come true after all.
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Lauren is dying to go on a real vacation like her neighbors, the Sandersons. But her parents can't afford to take the time off work. Can she and her dad find a solution that works for everyone?
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Jared has a busy weekend of finishing his science fair project, but when his friends ask him to help with other things, he doesn't want to disappoint them. Will helping his friends mean he won't finish his project on time?
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When Rosie visits the beach with her father, she can't see the nighttime stars she loves.  But when she looks down in the sand, she discovers a new kind of star.
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Student writes four open-ended discussion questions to share with the group.
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Mom told Emma to expect a special surprise at lunch.  What could the surprise be?  Emma and Emma's friend Alice work to find out.
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Kaylan and Cody try to the find the owner of a lost kitten.
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An easy-to-understand overview of your digestive system, and five comprehension questions.
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When Adam wakes up in the middle of the night to scary sounds coming from his closet, he'll need help to find out just what kind of creature is trapped inside.
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Ben visits his uncle's farm to go for a hayride and pick pumpkins, but when Uncle Darrell can't keep the crows away from his corn field, Ben figures out how to make a scary scarecrow.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
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Discover how Lego blocks got their name in this fun story.
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Maxine is worried about her math test, and when her best friend, Adam, tells her it's Friday the 13th, Max finds herself worrying even more. Will stepping on cracks and walking under a ladder be enough bad luck to make Max fail her test?
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Liam used to like going to school... but the the new school year means a new teacher, and Liam's been assigned to Mrs. Chompsky, the strictest teacher in the building.
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Katelyn wants to watch a PG movie, but Hilary wants to watch a Rated-R movie. When Hilary tells all of the girls in school that Katelyn is a baby because she isn't allowed to watch R-rated movies, Katelyn becomes embarrassed. What should she do?
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Bobby doesn't like having to give up his Friday nights to watch his brother Nick play football, but when he finds out he's Nick's good luck charm, he just might change his mind.
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Liam's been working hard getting ready to try out for the position of first baseman, but when his best friend Eric goes out for the same position, the question becomes 'Who's on First?'
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Randy can't wait to see what Mrs. Anderson is baking for a special birthday treat. But when he discovers what the treat is, he's more than a little disappointed. Can his grumbling stomach change his mind and maybe even his taste buds?
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Michael needs to make some extra money to buy a new video game, and with his older brother's help, he'll make enough in no time. But will Michael get his new game or find a way to repay his brother?
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Paige wants to go outside and play basketball, but her brother Alec is determined to get to the next level on his video game. Paige decides to join Alec and play the game, but what happens when she causes him to lose the game?
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Your Lungs FREE 
An interesting article about your lungs, and a set of questions to go along with the reading.
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Xander is attending the school fair, but he feels unlucky and believes he doesn't have a chance of winning any of the games.
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The question leader writes several discussion questions to share with the group.
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Spencer wants to spend day off of school riding bikes with his best friend, but a spring rainstorm ruins his plans. Or does it? With a little creative thinking, Spencer and Elton may be able to ride after all.
(Approx. Grade Level: 3-4)
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All Toby wants for his birthday is a new Super Robotoman action figure, and he makes sure everyone knows it. But when he finally rips into his birthday gifts, he'll get big surprise.
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The question leader writes open-ended questions to discuss with the reading group.
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Kayla is worried about her first sleepover. She isn't a night person and is afraid her friends will make fun of her if she falls asleep first.
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A fascinating article about your liver, and a series of reading comprehension questions.
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Anna buries a time capsule in her garden with her favorite book, her yo-yo, and other treasured items.  After a short while, she realizes that all of her favorite things are gone and she wants them back.
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While trying to sleep in Grandma's attic bedroom, the main character of this poem is haunted by giant, moving shadows.
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When Sophie comes down with a fever on the day of her best friend's birthday party, she couldn't be more disappointed. The party has a carnival theme with all Sophie's favorite games, and now she's stuck home in bed. She dreams of the fun she's missing at the party, until her family comes up with the perfect solution for her carnival fever.
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When Lena's two best friends plan a bowling trip without her, Lena is determined to find out why she's left feeling like the spare. But when she shows up at the bowling alley, she'll find out things aren't always what they seem.
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Rachel doesn't want her friends to know she has glasses, but when she can't see the board in math class, her teacher gives her the choice of wearing her glasses or moving her seat away from her friends.
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Tamara is excited to spend the weekend with her grandmother, but her best friend Darla doesn't want to hear about it. When Tamara finds out what's really bothering Darla, she just might have a way to cheer up her friend.
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Someone keeps pulling Anna's diary out from under the bed - even when she puts her kitty in charge of guarding it.  Help her solve the mystery to reveal the culprit.
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An informative article about the human heart, and several comprehension questions to go along with the passage.
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Pam and Myles are crushed when their favorite TV show is canceled, especially since it reminded them so much of their cat. But their older brother has an idea to make the "Adventures of Crazy Cat" continue.
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Emma has made valentines for her class. But on the way to school, she loses the one for her best friend. What will she do?
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
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Read about Tim's adventure finding a pumpkin and carving it into a jack-o-lantern.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-3)
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Damon loves his dog, Prince, but when a new puppy shows up next door, Prince is pushed aside. Can Damon learn that while puppies are cute, a grown dog can offer friendship?
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Jamal is one of the only kids in his class who doesn't have the new Space Walker sneakers, but with his father out of work, his family can't afford expensive shoes. What will he tell his friends when they want to know when he's getting his Space Walkers?
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A child tries to catch an earthworm. However, what he catches isn't what he expects.
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Ryan is playing volleyball with his classmates. When kids start making comments about his weight, he tries ignoring them. However, their hurtful words are very upsetting. What should he do?
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Anthony's mom was born in Canada.  When he studies Canada in school, he excitedly races home to tell her all of the interesting facts about Canada he learned.
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Kendall is raking leaves in his yard and he can't imagine anything more boring. Eli, her next-door neighbor, shows her just how much fun raking leaves can be if you make a game of it.
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Can you imagine what school would be like if all of your friends- and even your teacher- could fly?
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It's a beautiful day and all Miranda can think about is riding her bike in the park with her best friend Meredith, but Meredith has plans to plant trees for Earth Day. Can Meredith help Miranda see the importance of Earth Day?
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Have you ever had a frosted ketchup pop, pickle-pudding applesauce, or cherry-whipped-cream stew? The creative young cook in this poem makes all kinds of tasty concoctions.
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Ella and Beth are playing soccer. When Beth is tired and out of breath, Ella offers to let Beth use her inhaler. What should Beth do?
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When Emily wants to befriend two girls on the playground, her close friend Melinda objects. What should Emily do when she is forced to choose between an old friend and new ones?
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Story and comprehension questions: Josh is worried about going to Aiden's holiday party. After all, should Josh really celebrate Christmas when he's Jewish? But when the Christmas traditions run out before the party is over, Josh will get to share his favorite Hanukkah tradition with his friends.
(Approx. Grade Level: 3-4)
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Dana doesn't know what to do now that her best friend Elianna moved across the country. Will the two be able to remain best friends with so many miles between them?
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A boy loses a race... against his shadow. This file includes the poem, and a set of comprehension questions.
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Nine-year-old Ryan looks up to his fifteen-year-old brother, Wyatt. However, when he finds something unexpected in Wyatt's jacket pocket, he's not sure what to do.
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Jayden doesn't know how his teacher expects him to find every color of the rainbow on their autumn nature hike. There's nothing blue or purple in the woods!
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Laila is excited to wear her new princess costume in the school Halloween parade, but when her teacher announces that all costumes must be handmade, Laila isn't sure if she can make something worthy of the parade.
(Approx. Grade Level: 2-4)
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Emmitt is having a great time at the baseball game, except he really wants to catch a foul ball. But when he gets the chance, the decision he makes will surprise more than just him.
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Read about hawks, eagles, porcupines, opossums, skunks, beavers, and badgers all living together in an ecosystem.
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Erica's class is excited about their Easter float, and when Mrs. Jackson asks for a volunteer for a special part in the parade, Erica jumps at the chance. The part isn't what she expected, but it will certainly make her the star of the parade.
(Approx. Grade Level 3-5)
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In this poem, students read about the many fun uses for sock balls. This file includes comprehension questions.
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When Ripley is caught spying on his friend Laney, she gets annoyed and yells "Girls rule! Boys drool!" The magic that happens next teaches Laney an unexpected lesson in manners.
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Read four short paragraphs. Use evidence from each passage to choose the best inference.
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Darren didn't do well on his latest spelling test. When one of his classmates steals the failing paper from his hands and broadcasts his grade to the class, Darren feels very embarrassed. Is this bullying? What should he do?
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The narrator of this poem has a pet dragon, but he doesn't know what to feed it. Does it eat cupcakes, fish, applesauce, friend rice, or something else?
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Jimmy is excited to go outside and play on his swing set, but his plans have to change when he discovers that it's raining outside.
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Grace's mother takes a vitamin supplement pill each morning because she wants strong bones. When her mother is not around, Grace wonders if she should take one of her mother's vitamins. What should Grace do?
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Leslie has to write a report on what she's most thankful for this Thanksgiving, but she can't decide on one thing. But after spending the holiday with her family, she knows exactly what she'll write about.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 3-4)
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Write about the beginning, middle, and ending of a fiction book.  Great form for basic chapter books.
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When Sara's birthday party is canceled due to a hurricane, she can't think about anything else. But when her mother shows her how others are affected by the storm, Sara has a change of heart.
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Sergio receives an e-mail from a person he doesn't recognize. The person claims to be a friend from school, and she's requesting a picture. Sergio's not sure what he should do.
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Reagan is tired of keeping all Jennifer's secrets, especially when it hurts her best friend Lena.
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Grandma grows spaghetti sauce in her garden! Read the poem and answer the questions that follow.
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Princess Liz and Princess Beth fear that a dragon is coming down the hall.
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The real-life connector's role is to show how the story is similar to real-life events; Best for higher-level students.
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Meet a furry, sneaky thief who steals hot dog buns and sandwiches from campers at night. This file includes the poem, several reading comprehension questions, and a vocabulary activity.
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Joshua has a huge headache, but his mother is not home to give him medicine. She is visiting a neighbor and Josh wondering if he should go into the medicine cabinet and take an aspirin. What should he do?
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Molly is convinced that her Thanksgiving is ruined when the electricity goes out. No turkey, no stuffing, and no pumpkin pie. But when she finds a neighbor in need, Molly discovers a new meaning to Thanksgiving.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
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Jackie and Mason want to create original looking pumpkins for the pumpkin painting contest, but they can't come up with any good ideas. That is until a little spilled paint sparks a fresh idea that might be good enough to win the contest.
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-3)
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When Trevor's dad has to work late and can't take Trevor to Game World, he thinks his night will be boring. But his older brother shows him that sometimes you have to make your own fun.
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The child in this poem has a ball using her mother's camera. She takes hundreds of pictures of zoo animals, insects, his mother, and his friends!
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Read each of the paragraphs. Use clues from each passage to draw an inference.
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Mark and Will hear strange noises coming from a scary-looking tree near their bus stop.  When Mark works up the courage to peek inside a hollowed out spot in the tree, he is surprised by what he finds.
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Danny normally sits with Marcus in the cafeteria, but today Marcus is absent. When he tries to find another table to sit at, he finds that his classmates are less than welcoming. Is he being bullied? What should Danny do?
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This poem teaches kids how to recognize a bully, and what to do if you see a friend being bullied.
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Alex is sure he's going to be in big trouble when he has to bring his math quiz home to be signed. But his failing grade may help him find an answer to his math problems.
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A boy walks down the street with his dog, Jake, saying hello and greeting his neighbors. Jake only barks at one person - can you guess who it is?
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Student writes a brief summary of the assigned chapters.
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The summarizer writes a summary of the assigned chapters to read to the group.
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This two-page worksheet contain 14 questions about Judy Blume's novel, Freckle Juice. There are multiple choice questions, a matching section, and two short answer questions.
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When three friends are playing tag on the playground, two of them end up in an angry shouting match with each other. Can you tell which friend is being the bully?
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A boy is trying to build a treehouse, but he keeps misplacing his tools. He loses his nails, his hammer, and even the lumber. There's one tool, however, that's impossible to lose. Do you know what it is?
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Brendan doesn't know what to give Mom for Mother's Day, and when his older sister tells him the gift doesn't have to be made or store bought, Brendan is more confused than ever. But Mom and Brendan's common love for bike riding might be the answer Brendan is looking for.
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Beth just got new glasses, but she refuses to wear them in school because she thinks her classmates are staring at her. Is she being bullied? What should Beth do?
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Find out what happens when a family of four goes into a pet store and cannot agree on the perfect pet.
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This two-page comprehension sheet has questions about the book Stone Fox. This would make a good end-of-book review assignment or quiz.
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Veronica sees that a nasty, hurtful comment was posted on her Facebook wall. She's angry and embarrassed. Did her friends see it? Who can she turn to for support? What should she do?
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Write a brief summary of the assigned chapters and share it with your group.
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What am I? questions about body parts (heart, lungs, intestines, kidneys, muscles, etc.).
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In Chapters 1-3 the reader learns about who Geronimo Stilton is, and his personality. They also find out what his big adventure will be.
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This mix of short answer and multiple choice questions asks students to recall events from the story in order to answer the questions in this activity.
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Describe the main mystery the characters have to solve, list some clues, and describe how they solve the mystery.
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Answer a series of multiple choice and short answer questions based on your understanding of chapters 1 and 2.
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This fun story is about two pigs. One is selling pickles and the other is trying to buy them, but there's some confusion about the price. Students will read the story and then answer reading comprehension questions including a vocabulary activity and a writing prompt.
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An interesting twist is revealed in Chapters 21-24. Read, then test student comprehension with this mix of short answer and multiple choice questions.
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In this fiction story, Lexie has a very special birthday, February 29th. At her birthday party, Lexie, Rose, and their friends celebrate by leaping like frogs. This 6-page file includes a reading passage, comprehension questions, a vocabulary activity, and a writing prompt.
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After reading chapters 7-9, try answering these comprehension questions. This printable worksheet will test your understanding of the events that occur throughout these chapters.
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In Chapters 1 and 2 the reader is introduced to the story's main character, Henry Green. Learn about him, and then answer the questions in the accompanying activity.
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Jordan and his sister Dani have never touched a dolphin before! Join them on an outing to the aquarium to learn "how to pet a dolphin".
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Celebrate Chinese New Year by cutting out, coloring, and putting together this fun hat. We recommend printing this file out on card stock.
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Madison is using dad's laptop to research information for a school project. A pop-up ad appears that says she's won an iPad. She doesn't remember entering a contest to win an iPad. What should she do?
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THe mice are gettting closer to their treasure. What obstacles might lie in their way? This activity focuses on students understanding of Chapters 13-17.
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Emma and Alex go on an adventurous walk to see what kinds of rainforest animals they can find. They meet their friends along the way and learn a thing or two about using their imagination. Includes comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Will Jack and Annie ever escape from the ancient pyramid? Read chapters 9 and 10, then answer the comprehension questions based on those chapters.
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With Thanksgiving approaching, and Richard's sleep-over drawing nearer, Richard has alot on his mind. This activity touches on both of those topics.
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This passage is about a boy writing a story for his homework and how the trouble he has doing so inspires a new story.
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Read each sentence. Look up the definition of the underlined words in the dictionary. Write each definition on the lines below. Words include route, frantic, and calculate.
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It's a cosmic catastrophe! Aliens from Planet Zabooboo have invaded Woodland Elementary School! Can Fatima and Caleb come up with a plan that will save their school - and Earth - from an alien invasion? Find out in this entertaining readers' theater script.
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The children have started to settle into their new home. In this activity students will answer questions about their daily lives, and how they have learned to survive on their own.
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Find out the science behind roller coasters and how they operate. Learn about potential energy, kinetic energy, and momentum.
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In the last chapters of the book the reader finally learns what Richard will do about his Candy Corn dilemma. This activity contains a mixture multiple choice, short answer, and fill in the blank questions.
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This file contains a series of multiple choice, true/false, and matching questions for the novel, Charlotte's Web.
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Summarizer role worksheet for literature circles.
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This poem is about a dog owner who teaches their dog to do tricks for Halloween. Students will answer reading comprehension questions and follow a writing prompt.
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Have your students complete this book review form each time they've finished a book.
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It's Jennifer's 8th birthday! Read about her birthday party and answer the questions.
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Disaster struck the Lucky Lady! Read Chapters 10-12 to find out what happens, and how their adventure at sea has changed.
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In this whole group activity, students will search the classroom for fun facts about Mary Pope Osborne and her Magic Tree House books.
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Answer these multiple choice and short answer questions about Jack and Annie's adventure inside of the pyramid.
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This fun poem tells what the narrator would do if he could travel to space. It's accompanied by five reading comprehension questions.
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These multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions can be used after reading Because of Winn-Dixie. This can be used as a review activity or a quiz.
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In Chapters 1 and 2 the reader learns about Richard, his class, and the sleep-over he is planning. After reading these chapters try to answer this mix of multiple choice and short answer questions.
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Tyler's siblings wake him up with some unusual news! Spaceships are landing in the backyard and their dad is eating dog food. Could it be an April Fools trick?
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Students choose one project to demonstrate their understanding of the book.
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Students write a short summary of the assigned chapters and discuss with the group.
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This file has 30 question cards with book discussion topics. Students can use them when they've finished reading a chapter book.
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In Chapters 7 and 8 Henry ventures out on his own and the reader is introduced to a new character. This worksheet asks questions about those topics.
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Olivia needs a great idea for her school's pumpkin decorating contest. Will a mysterious owl in her yard be the good luck she needs for her project?
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Read this sweet story about a rainbow and answer the reading comprehension questions that follow. There is also a vocabulary activity and a writing prompt.
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In Chapters 5 and 6 Richard has big plans on how to fix his Candy Corn problem. Use this activity to test your knowledge of those chapters.
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The summarizer writes a short summary of the assigned chapters.
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The story-connector shows how the story they're currently reading is similar to other stories they've read;  Best for higher-level students.
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This fictional passage tells the story of three siblings coming to an agreement about what kind of cookies to make with their mom.
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These comprehension questions are a mix of multiple choice and short answer questions based upon Chapters 4-6 in book.
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Will Henry have Chocolate Fever forever? Or will he find a way to make his mystery illness disappear. Read the last chapters of this book, then try answering the questions on the accompanying worksheet.
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This worksheet asks questions about Jack and Annie's arrival in ancient Egypt. It contains a mix of factual questions, and questions based on story events.
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Read this short story about a boy trying to make homemade chicken soup like his grandma's. Then answer the questions that follow. They include short answer, multiple choice, a vocabulary crossword, and a writing prompt.
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Their quest is finally over and the mice can now return to New Mouse City. Have their lives changed? Where are they all now? Find out how the book ends in these final chapters.
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In this cute poem, kids will discover that a furry canine can be the best friend of all!
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Write a short summary of the assigned chapters.
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Many things are revealed in the final chapters of the book. This activity asks students to recall those events to answer the questions.
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At school Henry begins to feel rather strange, and no one is quite sure what is happening to him. This worksheet touches on the topic of Henry's sudden condition.
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What do you hope to see happen in the world you live in? This poem will get you thinking how you can "help the world."
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After reading this story of friendship, students can test their reading comprehension skills by answering the accompanying questions.
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Determine whether there is bullying in each scenario given. Write 'bullying' or 'not bullying' on each line.
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Jezzabelle is pretty sure her new school will be as bad as her old school. What she learns, though, is that she has the power to change her attitude and make things better. Reading comprehension questions, a writing prompt, and vocabulary words are included.
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This worksheet has 14 reading comprehension questions for the book, Frindle.
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A snowman, hot cocoa, and a sprinkling of wintry magic make this an extra fun winter poem! This poetry activity includes comprehension questions and a writing prompt.
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The summarizer writes a few sentences to describe the reading assignment. He or she reads the summary aloud to the group.
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Test your knowledge of Mummies in the Morning by answering these whole book questions. This worksheet has a mix of multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions.
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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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Read Chapters 1-3 of The Boxcar Children and answer the comprehension questions provided. Questions are a mix of multiple choice and short answer, and touch on important events in the story.
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This page contains three final projects that your students can do to show off their understanding of T.O.A.F.G.N.
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Caleb has set out to solve the mystery of his missing socks. Will he be able to discover what keeps making his socks disappear?
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This worksheet contains a mix of questions that assit in furthering student comprehension of the novel.
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This poem uses wordplay to discuss friendship. After reading it, students will use their understanding of the poem to answer questions and complete a writing prompt.
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As the mice continue their journey at sea things start to get a bit hectic. Read to find out the events that occur, then answer this set of comprehension questions.
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Think you know your Mr. Popper? Use this activity to test your knowledge of the book.
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Here's a cute poem about hunting for the perfect Halloween pumpkin in a pumpkin patch. Read the poem and answer the comprehension questions that follow.
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In chapters 5 and 6 Jack and Annie must help Hutepi locate The Book of the Dead. Answer comprehension questions about their task, and make a prediction as to where the book might be.
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This short poem and worksheet is a great introduction to poetry for young readers.
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Bella and Mia are excited about camping out in the back yard. But when things don't turn out how they planned, will their camping adventure be ruined? Includes reading comprehension questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.
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Andy can't wait to give his dad his Father's Day gift, but when he wakes up, he finds his dad has a present for him too. Andy is about to learn the best Father's Day gift is father-son time together.
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This poem describes the many things a toad can do with a toadstool.
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Do you think you know the The Boxcar Children? This file has a mix of multiple choice, short answer, and matching questions based on the book.
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This activity has a mix of multiple choice, fill in the blank, and short answer questions based on content in chapters 5 and 6.
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The Easter Bunny has injured her toe and won't be able to hop around the world to deliver her Easter eggs! Can the bunnies find another way to get the eggs delivered in time for Easter?
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Matilda the goose loves tasting pies, so when she has to bake one for a contest, she goes all out. Reading comprehension questions include multiple choice, short answer, vocabulary, and a writing prompt.
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The mice are getting closer to finding the Emerald Eye, just a few more obstacles then hopefully they will be knee deep in treasure. Read about the next part of their journey in Chapters 18-20.
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Learn what makes vertebrates and invertebrates different in this clever poem! Children will choose an animal to classify as a vertebrate or invertebrate in a writing activity, plus learn some new vocabulary words, and answer reading comprehension questions. An answer key is included.
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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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These six comprehension questions focus on Jack and Annie's prehistoric encounters with the Pteranodon, Anatosaurus, and Triceratops.
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This worksheet has questions about the ceremony at the fair, Wilbur's return home, and Charlotte's children.
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After reading chapters 11-15, students can answer these eight reading comprehension questions.
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This worksheet has eight multiple choice, short answer, and true/false questions for the first five chapters of Frindle.
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Check students' reading comprehension with this basic question worksheet.
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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 worksheet has ten reading comprehension questions about Mr. Popper, his home, his family, and his penguin Captain Cook.
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Answer these eight questions about chapters seven and eight from the story. Includes questions about the Flying Train Committee's poster project and the Toddle-Bike commercial.
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The summarizer's job is to write a short summary of the assigned reading and share it with the group.
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Check your students' understanding of the first three chapters of the book with these comprehension questions.
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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 questions on this page cover the country's reaction to the penguins' performance and Mr. Popper's experience in jail.
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This worksheet has questions about Wilbur's first encounters with Charlotte and his other barnyard friends.
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This sheet has questions about Bunnicula's sickness and how Harold helped to bring a happy ending to the situation.
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The question leader writes open-ended questions to discuss with the reading group.
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This worksheet has eight short answer and multiple choice questions for chapters 6 through 10.
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This file has a series of questions related to Nick's creation and use of the word "frindle."
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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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This worksheet includes several multiple-choice and short answer comprehension questions that cover chapters 5 through 8 of the book.
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This worksheet has five questions for the last two chapters of the novel.
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This sheet has questions about the refrigerator serviceman and policeman's reaction to the penguins. There are also questions about Captain Cook's rookery.
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The question page for chapters nine and ten contain seven multiple choice and short answer questions. Includes questions about Fudge at the movie theater and the Hatchers' experience at the hospital.
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The question leader's job is to write several open-ended questions that can be used for a book discussion.
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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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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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This printable has comprehension questions about Charlotte's plan to save Wilbur's life, and the first messages she spins in her webs.
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This page has comprehension questions about the mysterious white tomatoes, Chester's dramatic warning to the family, and Chester's plan to kill the vampire.
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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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Test student's comprehension of the story with these multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and short answer questions.
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These reading comprehensions cover only chapters 1-3 of the book.
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This file has questions about Wilbur's visit to the fair, the final web, and Charlotte's web sac.
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This printable worksheet has MC and short answer questions for chapters 16 through 20 of the book.
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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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Check your students' reading comprehension with these questions. Use after students have read chapters one and two. Includes questions about Peter's turtle and the Yarby's visit to their apartment.
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Create open-ended discussion questions for your group to talk about.
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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions about Mr. Popper's plan to earn money, the penguins' stage performances, and the Poppers' train trip.
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This page contains over a dozen short answer and multiple choice questions. The answers can be found in the first four chapters of Charlotte's Web.
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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions about the newspaper article about the Poppers, Captain Cook's illness, and their new Penguin, Greta.
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Check your students' reading comprehension with these questions about chapters 1 and 2. Includes a matching section with character names and questions about the Monroe's unusual trip to the movie theater.
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This page contains multiple choice and short answer questions for chapters four through six.
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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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This set of questions covers the last two chapters of the novel.
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This file has questions about Charlotte's second web, the concerns Mrs. Arable has with Fern's behavior, and preparations for the County Fair.
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The summarizer writes a brief overview of what they've read.
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Write several open-ended discussion questions about the assigned chapters.
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Students write open-ended questions to discuss with their lit. circle group.
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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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The summarizer writes a short summary of the assigned chapters.
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This worksheet has eight reading comprehension questions that students can answer after reading the first five chapters of the book.
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This worksheet has reading comprehension questions for the final five chapters of the book.
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This two-page worksheet can be used as a review or a test, after reading Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds. Includes a matching section, several multiple choice questions, and a few short answer questions.
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