Free Reading Reflection Handout. This worksheet is designed to help young readers reflect on a story they have read. Students must identify the title, author, a short summary, and a visual representation of their fiction or non-fiction reading selection.
Reading Comprehension - 51 pages - Use this pack help your students master the Common Core standards. You may use this to any book/ text. 35 reproducible pages that could be used by students to organize their thoughts about what they read. This various comprehension strategies includes predicting, story elements, making connections, character study, retelling, summarizing, and elements of fiction and non-fiction text.
Summarizing Graphic Organizer - This is a graphic organizer the can be used to assist students in creating summaries of fiction text. Just have them write key details from the beginning, middle, and end of the story, then combine the information to create a summary.
Dice Discussions: Differentiated prompts focused on literacy and team-building... great for ice breakers and for processing the meaning of texts (fiction and nonfiction). 32 pages, $ #accountabletalk #nonfictiontext
This template guides students in mapping out the important parts of a fiction summary. It follows the Story Mountain shape and includes space for students to write in the Introduction, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Conclusion. Each part has a few guiding questions to help students stay focused.