English Language Arts Lesson - Messages and Lessons in a Text, Grade 1

  • Activity 1 / The Boy Who Cried Wolf Worksheet


    Test your child’s reading comprehension with this worksheet: The Boy Who Cried Wolf.
    Read the fable with your child, and using the comprehension questions on the page, put your child to the test! Using the text on the worksheet, teach your child how to check answers for correctness.

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  • Activity 2 / True or False? The Boy Who Cried Wolf Worksheet


    After reading The Boy Who Cried Wolf, test your students understating of the events in the story. When completing the worksheet, students read statements about the story and then decide if the statement is true or false. Completing the worksheet easily checks the student’s ability to recall facts from the story. Check your students’ reading comprehension with this free downloadable.

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  • Activity 3 / The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Cause and Effect Worksheet


    Using common childhood stories and fables, learning reading comprehension is a breeze! Here’s a worksheet to help your child learn a vital reading skill.
    This worksheet, The Boy Who Cried Wolf: Cause and Effect, will teach your child to look for cause and effect story elements!

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