Identify characters, setting, and parts of a story with kindergarten reading worksheets featuring the “Hey, Diddle, Diddle” nursery rhyme.
Kindergarten Reading Instruction Made Easy!
Hello Kindergarten teachers! Are you looking for effective and engaging resources to teach your students about characters, settings, and parts of a story? Look no further!
We’re excited to introduce our Nursery Rhyme Resource packs for Kindergarteners. These worksheets are designed to help young students understand and identify key elements of a story, such as characters, setting, and plot. And the best part is that they’re all centered around a single text – “Hey, Diddle, Diddle.”
Skills/Types of Worksheets included in this set are
- Hey, Diddle, Diddle Rhyme – Read and Draw the Story
- What is a Character? Coloring Worksheet
- Draw and Describe a Character Worksheet
- What is a Setting? Coloring worksheet
- Setting – Draw and Write Worksheet
- Story Sequencing – Cut, Paste, and Write Worksheet
- Cut and Paste Cloze Worksheet
- Draw and Write – Beginning, Middle, and End Worksheet
- Story Elements Draw and Write Worksheet
- Who, What, Where, When Summarizing Assessment
- Draw and Write Comprehension Worksheet
- And more!
Kindergarten Reading Worksheets and More!
Our worksheets include interactive exercises and fun activities that make learning about story elements fun and easy for your students. They feature delightful illustrations and simple, easy-to-understand language perfect for young learners. The worksheets are also aligned with the latest educational standards. They are designed to help students develop the critical reading comprehension skills they will need for success in school and beyond.
We know kindergarten teachers struggle to find the right resources to teach reading comprehension. That’s why we’re excited to provide you with no-prep lessons to help make your job easier. Make sure you grab our other resources that also pair up with this resource!
- Hey, Diddle, Diddle Teaching Slides
- Hey, Diddle, Diddle Story Retell Cards
This resource was created by Samantha Rose, a teacher in Florida and Teach Starter collaborator.
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