Fiction Comprehension

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Fact or Fiction?
Fact or Fiction?
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Fact or Fiction?
Help your preschooler separate fact from fiction in this comprehension worksheet.
Preschool
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Comparing Two Fiction Texts
Comparing Two Fiction Texts
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Comparing Two Fiction Texts
Learners compare two fiction stories for characters, setting, and plot in this reading comprehension worksheet.
3rd grade
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Fan Fiction
Fan Fiction
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Fan Fiction
Children are invited to create their own works of fan fiction with this inventive worksheet template.
5th grade
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Fiction Comprehension: Cause and Effect
Fiction Comprehension: Cause and Effect
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Fiction Comprehension: Cause and Effect
Improve reading comprehension with a lesson on cause and effect! In this lesson, students will use a T-chart to identify examples of cause and effect in and by the end, you’ll all be singing along to the cause and effect song!
3rd grade
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Fiction vs. Nonfiction
Fiction vs. Nonfiction
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Fiction vs. Nonfiction
Kids will love learning some fun facts about elephants while developing their reading comprehension skills. Using T-charts and Venn diagrams, they'll analyze stories and explore different characteristics of fiction and nonfiction.
4th grade
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Fiction Comprehension: Characters
Fiction Comprehension: Characters
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Fiction Comprehension: Characters
Use this worksheet to record how a character is feeling at the beginning, middle, and end of a story.
1st grade
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Basic Fiction Summaries
Basic Fiction Summaries
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Basic Fiction Summaries
This lesson gives students a structure to help them summarize fiction texts. When they are skilled at summarizing, they will be more capable of exploring various fiction genres. Use it as a precursor to Fiction Genres Library Exploration.
4th grade
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Picture Comprehension
Picture Comprehension
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Picture Comprehension
Picture comprehension is a great intro to reading comprehension! Kids will simply identify what is going on in each picture.
1st grade
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Fiction Vs. Nonfiction
Fiction Vs. Nonfiction
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Fiction Vs. Nonfiction
Learn to separate fact from fiction with this comparative worksheet.
2nd grade
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Simple Fiction Summary
Simple Fiction Summary
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Simple Fiction Summary
Students will use the Somebody-Wanted-But-So-Then structure to summarize a short fiction text.
4th grade
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What is Historical Fiction?
What is Historical Fiction?
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What is Historical Fiction?
You may not realize how many beloved books and award-winning movies are historical fiction. Get a taste of historical fiction and try writing some yourself.
4th grade
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Reading Comprehension: The Runaway Ball
Reading Comprehension: The Runaway Ball
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Reading Comprehension: The Runaway Ball
Your third graders will love reading this story about Mike, his friends, the kickball game, and the runaway ball! Use this resource with your students as they answer basic comprehension questions about a fiction text.
3rd grade
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Questions that Gauge Comprehension
Questions that Gauge Comprehension
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Questions that Gauge Comprehension
Use this lesson to gauge your students’ basic comprehension of fiction text. If they can answer who, what, when, where, why, and how questions, you know they have a handle on it and it’s time to get into more critical thinking!
3rd grade
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Fluency and Comprehension Boot Camp!
Fluency and Comprehension Boot Camp!
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Fluency and Comprehension Boot Camp!
Get a workout with repeat reading activities! Use this lesson plan with your students to practice reading fluency and build comprehension and summary details using fiction classics.
5th grade
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Fiction Comprehension: Central Message
Fiction Comprehension: Central Message
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Fiction Comprehension: Central Message
Help your students think critically about the characters and central message as they read using this interactive reading organizer.
1st grade
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The Elements of Fiction: Creating a Story Map
The Elements of Fiction: Creating a Story Map
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The Elements of Fiction: Creating a Story Map
Give your students a chance to hone their reading comprehension skills as they learn about the characters, setting, and plot of their favorite fiction books by creating a story map.
2nd grade
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Reading Comprehension:  Pinocchio
Reading Comprehension: Pinocchio
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Reading Comprehension: Pinocchio
This exercise will strengthen your students' reading comprehension.
3rd grade
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Fiction or Nonfiction?
Fiction or Nonfiction?
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Fiction or Nonfiction?
This worksheet can help students determine fiction and nonfiction writing styles, an essential part of the first grade language arts curriculum.
1st grade
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Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension: My Day at the Amusement Park
Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension: My Day at the Amusement Park
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Cause and Effect Reading Comprehension: My Day at the Amusement Park
This resource will help your students practice an important reading comprehension skill as they read a fiction text and identify cause and effect relationships
3rd grade
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Writing Science Fiction
Writing Science Fiction
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Writing Science Fiction
Would you rather travel through time or travel through space? Explore limitless frontiers while writing science fiction.
3rd grade
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Glossary: Basic Fiction Summaries
Glossary: Basic Fiction Summaries
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Glossary: Basic Fiction Summaries
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Basic Fiction Summaries.
4th grade
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What is Fiction?
What is Fiction?
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What is Fiction?
One of the most popular genres is fiction. Learn what this genre is, who some of its most famous authors are, and try to write some yourself!
4th grade
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Vocabulary Practice: Fiction Genre
Vocabulary Practice: Fiction Genre
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Vocabulary Practice: Fiction Genre
Use this resource to review important vocabulary terms in the genre of fiction.
3rd grade
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Head to Head Fiction: Themes
Head to Head Fiction: Themes
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Head to Head Fiction: Themes
Use this activity with your students to compare themes between fiction texts.
5th grade
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Fiction Travel Brochure
Fiction Travel Brochure
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Fiction Travel Brochure
Children reflect on the importance of a book's setting as they design a travel brochure for a work of fiction they have read.
3rd grade
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Fiction Comprehension

If a young student is to grow up and read “Ulysses” or “War and Peace,” they must be experts at fiction comprehension. Eudcation.com provides an assorted mix of comprehension tools in the Resource Library to sharpen students’ reading skills. With the resource center's range of teacher-created activities and lessons, kids transform into reliable readers with an eye for detail.

Reading Champions: Resources on Reading Comprehension

Throughout elementary education, students continue to build upon their reading comprehension. Reading fiction makes for an enjoyable way to differentiate this wonderful skill. A mixed bag of self-explanatory worksheets, easy-to-follow lessons and other hands-on activities will aid kids at all grade levels in improving their comprehension.

Stand-out workbooks include a reading lesson with the classic holiday tale, A Christmas Carol. Readers follow Scrooge through the past, present and future while honing their analytical abilities. Another book on monster stories, Monster Writing, will introduce readers to Mary Shelley's “Frankenstein” and teach kids how to make connections between key points, as well as, find important quotes.

An interactive story on the Lion and The Rat is digitally read to preschool-age students so they can begin practicing comprehension before they can even read. Hands-on assignments challenge readers to convert book’s mental imagery into drawings with a fairytale map and character sketching activities. Teacher-created guided lessons, lesson plans and song videos are also available in the resource center.

The rich resources found in the Learning Library promote an interest in the wonderful world of fiction, which expands imaginations and broadens horizons.