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Reading Comprehension Activities and Printables

Reading comprehension activities encourage your child to recall and analyze what he's read and have fun in the process. Practicing reading comprehension allows children to read with better fluency and learn more from what they read. These reading comprehension games are a fun way to exercise comprehension abilities. Kids will enjoy having reading tea parties, playing story games, and making 3-D cartoon characters. Try these reading comprehension activities with your child to practice comprehension through play!

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This simple game isn't just a diversion, it teaches your child to identify the incorrect word within a familiar verse.
Comprehension
Kindergarten
Try turning the evening ritual of asking about your kid's school day into a challenging game that consists of twenty questions.
Comprehension
Fifth Grade
This activity uses the signs and words kids see around them every day, to create a book they can read on their own.
Comprehension
Preschool
If your third grader is having difficulty sequencing events in a story, try creating this book square.
Comprehension
Third Grade
Here's an activity to encourage your young artist to read. Invite your child to visualize directions on colors, numbers, and shapes to create cool pictures!
Comprehension
First Grade
This bookmark is a helpful tool to use during and after reading to remind your child of 'good reader' strategies  that she can use on her own.
Comprehension
Second Grade
For Read Across America Day, challenge your first grader to come up with her very own story using magnetic words inspired by 'Green Eggs and Ham' by Dr. Seuss.
Comprehension
First Grade
A new twist on the game of charades will inspire your first grader to look at her favorite books in a whole new light.
Comprehension
First Grade
This hunt for leprechaun gold is so much fun, kids won't even realize they're working their reading muscles at the same time.
Comprehension
First Grade
Reading is a great way for your child to learn how other people express their thoughts. Writing is a useful way to practice self-expression. Practice both reading and writing with these activities that are perfect for boosting your little learner's language arts skills.
Comprehension
Kindergarten
Make a wanted poster of a villain from a favorite book or fairy tale in this fun reading comprehension activity!
Comprehension
Second Grade
Play the Vocabulary Game to help your child develop a superb, admirable, excellent, magnificent, splendid vocabulary!
Comprehension
First Grade

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