Nonfiction Captions Worksheet

5 based on 1 votes

-

Captions are great for helping your students learn to read, because they let them understand better what is going on in the passage and the picture. Help your students learn to read better with some books that have colorful captions in them. Now, look at the picture in this worksheet. Read the captions aloud to your students and help them learn the parts of the picture are labeled. Head to the bottom of the page with your students and help them answer the questions.

Download Worksheet Complete online

Grade:
Preschool

A personal plan for Your child is just one step away!

?
What’s Science Advantage with E-Blox?
Studies show concrete, physical experience is an integral part of learning and engages more of their brain. With Science Advantage with E-Blox, you add a physical, “real-world” component to your child’s digital learning. Brick-compatible electronic construction sets let them build 3D circuits with lights, sounds, motion, tactile stimulation, and other fun stuff that engages more of their senses!
Learn more   →
Enter coupon code

Note: You will not be billed until your free trial has ended and can cancel at any time. No strings attached.

Interactive Worksheets App
    Grade
  • Preschool and Kindergarten
  • Features
  • Over 1000 worksheets
  • Immediate self-check and scoring
  • PRINT option
  • On screen tracing + camera tracing
  • Subjects
  • Early phonics, reading, and writing
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social studies
  • Arts and crafts