Review and practice multiple reading skills using the text “King Midas and the Golden Touch” with these digital and print resources.
Use our graphic organizer with your students when studying Martin Luther King, Jr.’s notable mental and moral qualities.
Practice inferring how a character would ring in the new year with this 7-activity booklet.
Practice character development by choosing your own adventure in this role-playing board game.
Find the main idea and supporting story clues of a literary text passage and answer the premise comprehension questions.
Describe how characters in a story develop in response to major events and challenges with our 3-page Character Development lesson review worksheet.
A worksheet that explores the connections between setting and plot.
A fun board game for students to practice comprehension strategies.
A poem and set of task cards about a Troll.
A set of 12 flashcards to help students recognize common feelings and emotions.
A fun reading comprehension game to play after reading a fictional text.
A worksheet to use when teaching students about characters and how to make inferences.
A profile worksheet for students to use when learning to analyze characters in a text.
A comprehension worksheet paired with a narrative text.
A comprehension worksheet for a comic about the importance of good sportsmanship and celebrating the success of others.
A reading response journal for students to use to engage with text in meaningful and purposeful ways.
A reading response template for students to analyze a character in a piece of text.
A reading response template for students to use to summarize a piece of text.
A reading response template for students to write a personal review of a piece of text.
A template to teach students about emotions.
A fun character profile worksheet set on a theater stage.
A worksheet that encourages students to create a book cover including a blurb on the back.
A set of task cards to be paired with the International Women's Day comic 'Gender Ground Rules'.
Describe the most notable mental and moral qualities of a real or fictional person.
Prompts for students to use when orally discussing books.
A set of 12 task cards for primary students to use after reading a picture book.
A set of 15 finger puppets that can be used to spark the imagination for creative writing or to perform puppet shows.
A worksheet that encourages students to create a new book cover for a shared class or independent novel.
Use this flip book template with your upper elementary students when teaching about the features of literary characters.
A template where students compare and review a movie and a book and construct a 3-D popcorn box.
A poster highlighting how to ask questions when reading a piece of text.
Use this template during a guided reading session for a scaffold to help your students retell a text.