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Printable Reading Strategies Worksheets

Good readers know how to analyze a text, make connections as they read and discuss text elements and story elements. These worksheets incorporate both fiction and non-fiction texts and are designed to help students practice some of the key skills good readers need to improve their comprehension and critical thinking skills.

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NGSS-Aligned Reading Passages

NEW! Our NGSS-aligned reading passages feature short stories and high-interest informational passages related to topics covered in the NGSS standards. The questions that accompany the passages focus on key ELA skills, but also help students demonstrate an understanding of the NGSS standards.

Kindergarten

Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions

These worksheets encourage students to make inferences and draw conclusions using a variety of high-quality informational and fiction texts.

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Compare and Contrast

Being able to compare and contrast is a key critical thinking skills for students. These worksheets help students compare and contrast both within texts and among texts.

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Text Analysis

These worksheets are designed to help students practice some of the key skills good readers need to improve their comprehension and critical thinking skills.

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Poetry

Reading Strategies Review Worksheets

Reading Logs and Checklists

Main Idea

Use these worksheets to help students learn to find the main idea of both fiction and non-fiction texts using a variety of strategies.

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Figurative Language

Help improve students’ comprehension with these worksheets which focus on defining figurative language devices.

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Cause and Effect

A cause is what happens. The effect is why. These worksheets help students identify cause and effect situations in literature and real-life scenarios found in non-fiction texts.

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Other Strategies

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