Want to really motivate your kids to show comprehension? Ask them to BUILD! Kids read the simple passages, then cut and paste to show comprehension! By pasting the pieces in the correct place to go with the story, they demonstrate understanding and practice fine motor skills!
**THE GROWING BUNDLE: IMPORTANT**
Summer has just been added. This growing bundle is COMPLETE and includes sets for all 4 seasons! If I create more of these in the future, you will get those additions free!
Version 1: picture word bank kids can refer to when reading
words are underlined to remind kids to refer to the word bank
Version 2: no word bank
*Most sets have extra pieces so kids have to determine which are really necessary to complete the scene.
10 FALL-THEMED SETS:
*silly farm animals
*Max’s first day of school
*turkey in disguise
19 WINTER-THEMED SETS:
*Decorating for Christmas
*North Pole Express
*Decorating the tree
*The Gingerbread Man Escapes
*The Gingerbread Man
*Dressing for Snow
10 SPRING-THEMED SETS:
*Easter egg hunt
*First day of spring
*Catching a leprechaun
*Dressing for rain
10 SUMMER-THEMED SETS:
*Ice Cream Truck
*Making an Ice Cream Sundae
*Thinking about Summer Vacation
*Going to the Beach (boy and girl version)
NO PREP, just print!
READ WHAT OTHER TEACHERS HAVE SAID:
“I appreciate the versions with the word banks for my lower readers. This allows all of the students to be able to complete them.” – Jeni
“Thank you! We used this as a pre-writing resource. My first graders had to “research” the topic before they wrote about each season. This was on their level and it kept them engaged.” -Tracy
“I use these for my RTI groups, students really like the stories.” -Kirsten
To purchase from my TpT store, click here: Reading Comprehension Cut & Paste Passages Bundle
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