Diagrams can tell us a lot of information, but we must still learn to use our inference skills to expand upon our ideas and understanding. This colorful worksheet contains two diagrams of a construction worker’s equipment. Help your little learner access his or her prior knowledge to determine what each part of the diagram may be used for or protects. Then read the sentences below and place a check in the box next to the correct answer that fills in the blanks!
Keep your child’s reading comprehension and recall in check, by assessing what they understand after reading a short passage. This helpful ELA worksheet will review fascinating information about veterinarians, while checking to see what kids can recall afterwards. Simply help your little reader through the brief paragraphs at the top of the page, viewing the pictures while moving along. Answer the question at the bottom to see what your child learned through their reading!
When children are learning how to dissect informational text with graphics, it's important that we reinforce how every part of the text is helpful for learning and understanding. This free worksheet about the parts of a flower offers loads of information in a graphic that children will learn from. They'll also get to use the picture clues to help them answer the comprehension questions, and they'll have a picture representation to refer to when they build on this basic knowledge of plants.
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