The section that I focused on was under the drop menu “Literacy” and then the sub menu “Reading and Comprehension”. Once you have navigated to here then you will see, “Reading Comprehension Worksheets and Resources”. From there I have used several comprehension resources, which I have found to be quite useful in my Language Arts class, which is grade 4.
The two resources that I have found to be really useful in this section are Inferring Worksheets and Text & Questions Worksheets. Now I was primarily looking for inferring worksheets but the text and questions I found to be very useful as well.
First, talking about the inferring worksheets what I liked about them is they were set up to be done easily as a guided activity. Most of my students struggle with the making inferences so being able to help guide this process was very important to me, than simply saying try and figure it out and see how it goes type idea.
The next part that I really enjoyed because finding excellent reading comprehension worksheets that are meaningful are important to me. The Text & Questions worksheets really matched up to my standards of what I want. To really get a grasp of these worksheets you are better off checking out for yourself, as they may or may not be what you are looking for
General update: When I initially started this post I had taken quite a lengthy break from completing it. In that time, many updates and additions have been made. The content value has really gone up and a lot to choose from. This really seems like a new site that has a lot of potential, as long as the owners stay current and up to date. As often times when I initially find a site they stay relatively the same or do not update or add any new content.
Unique Feature: Something a bit different on this that I don’t see very often is this site also offers online lessons to help you child. I have not taken a deeper look into this as I am honestly not that interested. However, it maybe something that you are.
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