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First Grade Reading Comprehension Activities

First Grade Comprehension activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy first grade comprehension activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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This string a necklace arts activity teaches first grade readers to look for a story's beginning, middle, and end.
First Grade
Comprehension
If your child enjoys drawing, here's a fun way to learn about compound words that uses art as a visual aid.
First Grade
Comprehension
Here's a silly game that uses nursery rhymes to introduce a big concept in first grade reading and writing: learning about nouns and verbs.
First Grade
Comprehension
This goofy scramble book activity will bring laughs...but also some good, solid comprehension skills too!
First Grade
Comprehension
Make a 'feeling meter' that helps your first grader read key feeling words and communicate his emotions accurately to you.
First Grade
Comprehension
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!
First Grade
Comprehension
Guide your first grader through a map drawing project inspired by her favorite fairy tale. Its masked as a fun art activity, but it also packs learning punch!
First Grade
Comprehension
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.
First Grade
Comprehension
This treasure hunt gets kids comfortable using the dictionary, and makes looking up words a lot of fun!
First Grade
Comprehension
Help your preschooler learn the Four Questions prior to the big night with a homemade book, complete with words and illustrations!
First Grade
Comprehension
Play this homonym game with your child the next time you sit down with her to read a story and help her build some valuable reading skills.
First Grade
Comprehension
Play the Vocabulary Game to help your child develop a superb, admirable, excellent, magnificent, splendid vocabulary!
First Grade
Comprehension

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