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This handy little document is great to send home or keep close during book discussions. There are definitions and examples for inferring, summarizing, and synthesizing which come in handy for parents using this resource at home. You will also find specific questions to help students infer, summarize, synthesize, analyze, critique and recall basic information from the story!

there are so many great things to do with these! Here's one for after reading

Foldable - Reading Log & Comprehension Questions Bookmarks & Journal Page - they fold over the page so they don't fall out.

Reading comprehension questions. Have kids choose 1 or 2 to complete with a partner during Eekk reading time.

Reading Comprehension Question Cube- Neat idea for a lit circle activity. This activity would have students developing their own questions and curiosity. (TEAM)

prompting comprehension questions and printable discussion question pages that can be used with any literature book:)

Ideas for group work: Create a teacher notebook with questions of varying rigor for both fiction and non fiction.

*FREE* Question Word Flashcards with Picture (When, What Where, When, Why, Which, How, How Many, How Much, How old, How often)

Conversation Jenga. Could use for music stations... Write a rhythm, read this rhythm, name 3 brass instruments, etc

End of the Day Jar- Questions idea for self reflection! :)

Free printable of questions to ask about what is being read... tied to first grade CCS