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Reading Skills are the key to comprehension. Teaching students reading skills and having them practice using reading skills will help students comprehend what they read more effectively.
The Reading Comprehension Skills covered in this resource:
★Main Idea and Details
★Compare and Contrast
★Facts and Opinions
★Cause and Effect
What’s Included? Each of the following for Drawing Conclusions, Main Idea and Details, Cause and Effect, Sequencing, Facts and Opinions, and Compare and Contrast Skills:
-Reading Skills Brochures
These Reading Skills Brochures are the perfect way to have your students practice Reading Skills and improve comprehension. These Reading Skills Brochures can be used for early finishers, independent practice, small groups, and so much more.
They can be used with any picture book, chapter book, text, passage and are easy “print and go” activities.
There are 2 versions of each brochure:
•Reading Skills practice using 5 texts
•Reading Skills practice using 3 texts and practice how we use the reading skill in the real world
You will love these brochures because:
•they are a unique and engaging way for your students to practice using reading skill
•your students will practice reading skill using picture books, texts, passages, etc…
•they are great for independent practice
•students connect how skills are related to the real world
•they are easy to use
-Reading Skills Groups
This Reading Skills Groups Resource is perfect if you have students who struggle in a certain area when reading, and you are looking for a simple, yet effective way to help these student improve.
Reading Skills Groups are small, flexible groups where students come together and work on a common reading comprehension struggle. Students bring their independent reading book and the teacher uses our fabulous Reading Skills Booklets included to model the reading skill and allow the students to practice. Then the teacher sends the students off with the Skill B