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Picture comprehension

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Picture description - In the vegetable garden - English ESL Worksheets for distance learning and physical classrooms

The students look at the picture and answer the questions with complete sentences.If you like this worksheet, you can find more picture descriptions here:https://en.islcollective.com/mypage/my-creations?search_key=Picture+description&type=printables&option=published&id=5163&grammar=&vocabulary=&materials=&levels=&studentTypes=&skills=&languageExams=&dialect=&functions=&page=1&sorting_type=most_newest&filter_type=filter_all&view_type=list&view_length=12 - ESL worksheets

Rainy day picture comprehension

Here's a simple picture comprehension worksheet that even younger children can try, and it's a great activity for rainy days! Can the kids study the picture and answer some questions about what they see? We've included the answers too...

Set of 8 picture description exercises - English ESL Worksheets for distance learning and physical classrooms

There are 8 sheets, each with a picture and an exercise, either T/F, answer the questions or put the missing word in. We all love pictures, they are so versatile and useful! These are to practise the present continuous tense, except the last one (past simple). PLEASE NOTE: These are all on my powerpoint. I have just transferred them to word. - ESL worksheets

Picture Comprehension for 5th Grade - Your Home Teacher

We have prepared a list of worksheets with the key based on Picture Comprehension concept for 5th grade. It contains 7 pages. You can download the PDF below, Download: Picture Comprehension for 5th Grade

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Pure beach vibes packed into each can.
Do your students need practice with reading fluency in order to comprehend what they are reading? This deck of Boom™ Cards will help students build reading fluency of CVC words. Building fluency will help these words become a part of the students sight word vocabulary. Students will answer comprehension questions about the short story they read. Boom Cards are a great way for students to practice skills because they are a self-checking activity.
Fall Mentor Texts for Upper Elementary
These Fall Reading Comprehension Boom Cards by Dynamic Learning are great fun for kindergarten and first grade students! They have real pictures and include audio. They are also self-checking so they make great literacy centers!