English Language Arts Lesson - Feeling Words in a Text, Grade 1

  • Activity 1 / Feeling Words: The Boy Who Cried Wolf Worksheet

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    Being able to infer a character’s traits or feelings is a comprehension skill that is taught so that the reader learns more about the characters and extract more meaning from the text. This aids in the overall comprehension of the story.  With this worksheet students read The Boy Who Cried Wolf and then choose the correct emotion for the characters in the story. This printable is a great resource for the reading classroom.

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