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a worksheet with the words simon's cat has character written on it
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Students will watch one Simon's Cat video and then analyze the cat's personality in relation to the characters in their book. Grades: K-3 Skill Set: People and Characters
the sequence of events worksheet is shown with arrows pointing up to each other
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Students will describe four main events from their text, in order, and include a reason why they each happened. Then, they will summarize those events in a paragraph, using sequential vocabulary. Finally, they will explain how that sequence of events impacted an individual, a subsequent event, or an idea. Grades: 6-8 Skill Set: Events and Ideas / Standard R.3
an image of the author's book report
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Students will highlight the main idea and supporting details in a blog post written by a Whooo's Reading student. Students will then summarize the blog post as a whole, the main idea, and the supporting details in their own words Grades: 5-8 Skill Set: Main Ideas / Standard R.2
a printable worksheet to help kids learn how to read
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Students will watch one Simon's Cat video and then use their inferencing skills to predict what the cat would do if he was inside their text, as well as how the characters in their text would react. Grades: K-3 Skill Set: Inferences / Standard R.1
the worksheet for an activity to teach children about reading and writing with text
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Students will analyze the interactions between individuals, events, and ideas in their text. Grades: 6-8 Skill Set: Events and Ideas / Standard R.3
the story retold worksheet for children's literature and reading skills
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Students will choose two different versions of Cinderella or Stone Soup, and then compare them, focusing on cuture and theme. Grades: 2-8 Skill Set: Text to Text Connections / Standard R.9
an activity sheet for children to learn how to read the story
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Students will describe what the setting looks like, sounds like, and feels like. Grades: K-1 Skill Set: Plot and Setting / Standard R.3
the worksheet for reading and writing with pictures on it, including an image of clouds
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Students will let their creativity shine while they summarize their informational text into a collage of pictures, while trying to focus on the connection between events and ideas. They will then reflect on their image choices, and how they represent the concepts in the text. Finally, they will explain how the events and ideas work together to form the text as a whole. Grades: 4-5 Skill Set: Events and Ideas / Standard R.3
an image of a website page with animals and trees on the front, which includes information about
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Students will draw two pictures describing the main messages of their text. They will then title their pictures and add captions (supporting quotes from their text). Grades: 6-8 Skill Set: Themes / Standard R.2
the free worksheet for students to use in their writing and reading skills, including
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Students will highlight the main idea and the supporting details in a blog post written by another Whooo's Reading student, and then restate the main idea and supporting details in their own words. Grades: 3-4
the printable worksheet for reading with animals
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Grades: K-1 Students will list as many characters from their book and other stories they have read as they can, and then cut and paste those names under 'friend' or 'foe.' Then they will describe the actions of each group of characters.
the worksheet for reading and writing with pictures on it, including an image of a
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Grades: K-3 Students will match generic causes and effects, and then think of one cause and one effect from their own text.
a worksheet for reading the film strip
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Students will describe the main message of their text to the president before he commits to reading it. Students will then provide evidence from their text that supports their claims regarding the main message.
the worksheet for reading with an owl and cactus theme on top of it
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Students will describe how one of the main characters changed from the beginning to the end of their text.
a worksheet for reading the film strip
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Students will list two unfamiliar words used frequently in their text. They will then explain why they think the author used those words so frequently, and whether or not they think these words are important to the main ideas in their text.