Believe it or not, kids can be taught to evaluate texts even from an early age! Use this joyful reading worksheet to provide your child with a simple story about a fun-filled day at the park! Assist learners with reading each sentence aloud, looking at the pictures as they go along. Could the events from the story take place in real life? If so, circle yes, and if not, circle no! After completing, talk to your child about the genre, realistic fiction!
Once your child reads the story from our previous worksheet, «Realistic Fiction: A Day at the Park», get your child started on this simple sequencing activity! Look at the pictures and help little learners think about the story they just read. Starting at the big red circle, draw a line to the other circles next to the images that represent each event. Draw the line in the correct order to complete this downloadable reading practice page!
Sight words are an important step in the learning-to-read process for children. This free worksheet offers students the opportunity to practice with familiar sight words as they read the story and then identify the sight words within. They'll work with words that are not easily sounded out, and they'll be able to use picture clues and repetitive wording to help decode a relatable story.
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