While spelling and phonics are essential components in learning to read, exercises in reading comprehension are vital as well.
In fact, your student’s end goal in reading should be to understand the text that he has read. Understanding the written word is the true measure of reading success.
Use these worksheets to help your student sharpen his reading comprehension skills in a fun way! Short story narratives, invitations, announcements and friendly letters are an interesting way to develop your child’s reading comprehension.
Birthday Invitation – interpreting an invitation
Come to My Christmas Party! – interpreting an invitation
Pink is Pretty – short story
Rebecca’s Trip to the Zoo – short story
Sam and Frank – short story
Sara’s Trip to the Grocery Store – short story
Pool Day! – short story
July 4th Cookout – short story
The American Flag – non-fiction narrative