Put the sentences of the story in sequential order from what happened first to what happened last. Then read the story to learn more about Rocky!
Give your second grader's logical thinking skills and reading comprehension a healthy boost with a lesson in cause and effect.
Will Jelly ever fly again? Find out by putting the sentences in sequential order from beginning to end.
Help your child become a more thoughtful reader and improve his reading comprehension by focusing on cause and effect.
Put the sentences of the story in order from start to finish by numbering them. Read the story in the correct order when you're finished.
Make reading fun with this whale of a tale, "How the Whale Got His Throat," by Rudyard Kipling!
Read about why kangaroos hop on two legs, in Rudyard Kipling's "The Sing Song of Old Kangaroo." Your kid will answer reading questions and color illustrations.
Get your third grader in the habit of reading closely with this multi-page story featuring questions on the main character, sequencing, and recalling details.
This cause and effect worksheet opens your child up to improved critical thinking abilities. Use this cause and effect worksheet to focus on story structure.
Is your child an adverb buff? Let her test her adverb savvy by challenging her to compose her own sentences from scratch using the adverbs listed.
Story webs organize a story into one main idea and several details. Help your second grader read the story, then analyze it using the story web.
Kids read a story about a puppy, then finish it by writing what they think will happen next.