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Science Reading Comprehension Paired Passages {Bundle 1}

This product is a set of 6 paired passages for a total of 12 science reading comprehension passages. Concepts cover heat, fossils, rocks, minerals, soil, weathering, erosion, magnets, pollution, and conservation. Each set includes 10 multiple choice reading comprehension questions, a compare and contrast written response organizer, main idea task, and writing prompts for narrative, informational, and persuasive writing.

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Fossils Reading Comprehension Paired Passages

This set of paired passages includes a nonfiction passage about fossils and a fiction passage about fossils and paleontologists. The passages would serve as a

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Rock cycle-Interactive Science Notebook foldables

Great foldable for visual learners. Students will identify the 6 steps of the rock cycle. Perfect for students from grades 4-6. Whole group, small groups or individual instruction.

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Sound and Light Reading Comprehension Paired Passages

Sound and Light Reading Comprehension Passages and Activities - Great for science and reading!

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Fossils Reading Comprehension Paired Passages

Science Reading Comprehension Passages about Fossils - Great close reading activities too!

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Forces and Motion Reading Comprehension Paired Passages

Force and Motion Reading Comprehension Passages and Close Reading Activities - Includes written response, comprehension questions, character traits, main idea, story mapping!

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Heat Reading Comprehension Paired Passages

Science Reading Comprehension - Heat Reading Comprehension Paired Passages - Covers thermal energy, temperature, insulators, and conductors

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Magnets Reading Comprehension Paired Passages

Magnets Reading Comprehension and Close Reading Activities - Includes written response, multiple choice questions, compare and contrast, main idea!