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These fun reading comprehension activities help students learn how to understand what a story or reading passage is all about. They’re great for kids in kindergarten on up. Then, grab our pack of Reading Comprehension Activities in our shop that are sure to enhance the reading experience! First up?!Why is it important to keep students engaged in reading comprehension?
So working to keep reading comprehension lessons and activities fresh and fun is half the battle. It is so important to keep students engaged so they can fine-tune their reading comprehension skills. Sure, we can assign reading passage after reading passage, but who really wants to do that?How do you make reading engaging for students?
It’s perfect for engaging even the most reluctant of readers. All you need is an inexpensive beach ball, a sharpie, and some questions. And to save time, you can use the already written questions that come with your textbook or reading curriculum. I’ve found blow-up beach balls from my local dollar store.How can I help my first grader with reading and writing skills?
Put two things that first graders love together- reading and building. Read a story together, then allow students to use blocks to build a scene from the story. As they build, they can describe details from the story. Reading and writing go hand in hand and lead to greater overall comprehension.