Comparing Two Nonfiction Texts

Comparing Two Nonfiction Texts

Comparing two nonfiction texts is an important skill for young readers to develop. With this reading and writing worksheet, your students will read two informational passages about hurricanes. Afterwards, they will complete a graphic organizer about the topic and the main idea of both texts and answer a nonfiction comprehension question. This resource pairs well with the language arts curriculum in third and fourth grade.

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