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ISBN:1420629336
Author: Jessica Kissel
ISBN13: 978-1420629330
Title: Word Family Stories for Reading Comprehension Grd K-1
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Language: English
Category: Schools and Teaching
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources (June 1, 2009)
Pages: 48

Word Family Stories for Reading Comprehension Grd K-1 by Jessica Kissel



Word Family Stories for . .has been added to your Cart. by Jessica Kissel (Author). I homeschool my 1st grader who has high functioning autism and struggles with reading comprehension. We are almost all the way through this workbook. It is a good workbook but something that I would target more to kindergarteners (unless reading is an issue). The "stories" presented for comprehension are just one sentence, and then there are two fairly easy comprehension questions which follow

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Start by marking Word Family Stories for Reading Comprehension, Grade 1-2 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Introduce children to reading with very short, illustrated stories. Two or more words from the same word family are used in each story, and they are underlined as clues for the beginning reader. Following each story are two multiple choice questions that reinforce comprehension as well as a simple writing exercise.

Are you sure you want to remove Word Family Stories For Reading Comprehension from your list? Word Family Stories For Reading Comprehension. by Jessica M. Dubin-Kresky. Published 2009 by Teacher Created Materials.

Introduce children to reading with very short, illustrated stories. Geometry: Grade 4 (Enhanced eBook).

Stories for reading comprehension 1. L A Hill. This is the first of a series of three books which have been written to replace my Comprehension and Precis Pieces, and Further Comprehension and Precis Pieces written with R. D. S. Fielden. In this series of reading comprehension passages, the vocabu-lary and structures are carefully graded. In this series, the comprehension questions contain no com-position element; the students simply have to choose between alternatives which are supplied to them. The series also contains grammatical exercises. The instruc-tions for these sometimes contain words which are outside the grading. Use an only when the next word begins with a, e, i, a, or u, or an h which is not pronounced (. Look at these pictures. Put a, an, or some, in the empty places

Free 1st grade reading comprehension Passages - 36 weeks, printable PDF worksheets to use in the classroom or at home. The 1st grade reading comprehension worksheet activities below are coordinated with the 1st grade spelling words curriculum on a week-to-week basis, so both can be used together as part of a comprehensive program, or each part can be used separately. The worksheets include first grade appropriate reading passages and related questions. There are 36 weeks of first grade worksheets, following most standard school year calendars.

The decoding and sight word side is for before reading practice. Each passage also comes with and without dots under each word. Included are two comprehension questions per story. There are two question on the reading page that are oral discussion questions. The same questions are repeated on the comprehension page with primary writing lines. Altogether, each word family has color and black and white word cards and three passages with a comprehension page per passage.

"Introduce children to reading with very short, illustrated stories. Two or more words from the same word family are used in each story, and they are underlined as clues for the beginning reader. Following each story are two multiple choice questions that reinforce comprehension as well as a simple writing exercise."--Page 4 of cover.