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Story Structure Level 4 Vol. 1 – Fourth Grade

Reading Comprehension

Free reading Lesson Fourth Grade Reading ComprehensionStory Structure Level 4 Vol. 1 – Students join Denzel’s class to discuss a book about missing ice cream. The focus of this free fourth-grade reading comprehension lesson is on story structure, including story elements such as characters, setting, and plot. Students build a plot diagram and answer questions about the plot elements of the story. In the end, children can use their lesson tickets to play a cool coin-collecting game.

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Identifying and Using Rhythm, Rhyme, and Alliteration in Poetry Level 3 Vol. 1

Reading Comprehension

Free reading Lesson Third Grade Reading ComprehensionIdentifying and Using Rhythm, Rhyme, and Alliteration in Poetry Level 3 Vol. 1 – In this free reading comprehension lesson, children learn about rhyming and alliteration in Mr. Andre’s poetry class. Students read a poem and identify the use of rhythm, rhyme, repetition, and alliteration.

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Fact and Opinion Level 2 Vol. 1 – Second Grade

Reading Comprehension

Free reading Lesson Second Grade Reading ComprehensionFact and Opinion Level 2 Vol. 1 – This free reading comprehension lesson helps kids understand the difference between facts and opinions. Students read a biography about the baseball player Jackie Robinson, and then sort statements into facts and opinions piles.

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Sequencing Level 1 Vol. 1 – First Grade

Reading Comprehension

Free reading Lesson First Grade Reading ComprehensionSequencing Level 1 Vol. 1 – This free reading comprehension lesson will not only teach your kids how to make a spoon puppet, but it will also help them practice sequencing by putting parts of a story about Emperor Penguins in order. Signal words such as first, next, then, and finally are also introduced.

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Compare and Contrast Vol. 1 – Kindergarten

Reading Comprehension

Free reading Lesson K Reading ComprehensionCompare and Contrast Vol. 1 – This free reading comprehension lesson begins with a short picture book about two twin brothers. Audio-visual support allows kids to follow along with the words as they are read aloud. The goal of the lesson is to teach children how to determine when things are alike or different, the foundation for comparing and contrasting skills.

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