I am so excited to introduce my Daily Reading Practice product line, which offers valuable comprehension practice for students. In this third unit there are six weeks worth of reading practice, which includes a brief reading passage and comprehension questions for each day of the week. This can be used for morning work, homework, exit tickets, reading centers, and more! Each day students will read a brief passage answer two multiple choice questions and two short answer questions.
I’ve organized this set of practice questions by skill, and each week focuses on a different skill or strategy. The skills follow the same layout and pacing as my 3rd-5th grade reading units. However, regardless of which curriculum you teach, you can still use these review questions. I like to use these as a formative assessment to guide my reading instruction. In each assessment, at least two of the comprehension questions focus on the featured skill of the week.
- Week 1: fairy tales-compare & contrast
- Week 2: fables-central message
- Week 3: myths-cause & effect
- Week 4: nonfiction text features
- Week 5: text structure (compare & contrast and cause & effect)
- Week 6: point of view