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While using this Comparing Topics Alike and Different Graphic Organizer Worksheet, your students will be assigned two topics.
Using this Compare and Contrast Worksheet - Fiction and Non-Fiction, students compare a non-fiction and a fiction text using the graphic organizer.
Using this Venn Diagram Graphic Organizer, students compare two topics using a Venn Diagram.
Using this Land and Sea Animals Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer, students organize their ideas using this graphic organizer to compare and contrast Land and Sea animals.
Using Sweetheart Sentences Activity, students read and identify sentence types to use in their own writing.
Using this Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer, students organize their ideas using this graphic organizer to compare and contrast two ideas.
Using this Comparing Seasons Venn Diagram Worksheet, students compare two seasons using a Venn Diagram.
With this Compare and Contrast Similarities and Differences Graphic Organizer Worksheet, your students will explore two separate texts.
Using Apples Fact or Fiction Activity, students sort statements of apples into fact or fiction categories.
Using this Compare and Contrast Cross Out Worksheet, students look at four pictures and cross out the picture that is different from the rest.
Using this Farm or Zoo Matching Activity, students sort pictures to determine if animals live on a farm or in a zoo.
Using Comparing Adjectives Comparatives and Superlatives Activity, students use the picture cards to practice using comparing adjectives.
Using this Compare and Contrast Greek Myths Worksheet , students read two Greek Myths and use the graphic organizer to compare the two texts.
Similes Worksheet. Similes, Comparing. Language.
Using this Compare and Contrast You and I Graphic Organizer, students organize their ideas using this graphic organizer to compare and contrast two people.
Using Things That Go Together Worksheet, students look for the picture that is different in order to build their comparing skills.
Using Same or Different Activity, students use the picture cards to practice visually discriminating things that are the same and/or different.
Using the What is a Simile Worksheet, students use read the similes and color the pictures. This is a perfect way to introduce Similes.