A Day at the Beach Reading Comprehension Worksheet

A Day at the Beach Reading Comprehension Worksheet

How to teach Reading Comprehension

This A Day at the Beach Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading about a trip to the beach.

Many of your students have been to the beach before.   It has been found that students build better reading skills when they read about topics that relate to them. This reading comprehension passage is high interest for your students!

First, students read the questions. Then, read the passage. As you read, underline or circle key words or phrases in the passage that are key details. After reading, use the passage to help you find the answers to aligned questions.

 

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Introduce this worksheet by having students share about a time that they went to the beach.  Next, review reading comprehension strategies before reading. Then, have students work independently or with a partner to use the passage to find the answers to aligned questions. After reading, have students share answers to the questions and provide supporting using details from the text.

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