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Free Reading Comprehension Worksheets
We continue our summer series, focuses on the foundation skills kids need for early elementary learning, with reading comprehension. We have scoured the Web for the best free reading comprehension worksheet, because as we all know: practice makes perfect.
So let’s get started. Here’s a list of web sites that offer quality free reading comprehension worksheets. All these sites offer printable worksheets, which means your kids can also practice their printing skills.
Focusing on curriculum standards, it’s easy for parents to identify what their kids should learn in their grades. The topics and fun and light, so hopefully this will make for easier practice.
RHL School features original stories, poems, essays and articles, so this will help your kids test their skills at different types of writing. This site is more appropriate for upper elementary through middle school years.
These reading comprehension sheets are geared to early readers – kindergarten and grade 1. Kids are asked to read short stories and then asked to answer questions by multiple choice, by circling words and by sequencing events.
Have Fun Teaching, created by a teacher, is a website for teachers and parents that offers free worksheets, coloring pages, flash cards, activities, songs, videos and lesson plan ideas. Its reading comprehension sheets cover the full elementary curriculum.
EReading Worksheets, created by another elementary school teacher, also covers all elementary grades. On its site, it says they focus on remedial learning, but you can easily flip this and make it enrichment learning too.
Tlsbooks.com features over 100 phonics, reading readiness, and reading comprehension worksheets for children in grades k-6.
We hope you find some good reading comprehension sheets that will motivate your kids to keep learning. Remember, practice makes perfect.