First-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Reading Comprehension Practice Test

    What's the main idea? Help your child review reading comprehension questions like this with this at-home practice test.

  • Picture Comprehension

    Picture comprehension is a great intro to reading comprehension! Kids will simply identify what is going on in each picture.

  • Wh Questions

    Help your child learn the "Wh words," who, what, where, why and when, with this charming story about a day at the dog park.

  • Jack and the Beanstalk Story Sequence

    Oh no, Jack's beanstalk story is all jumbled up! Cut out the pictures and fix the story sequence to help Jack get his story straight!

  • Main Idea of a Story

    Finding the main idea of a story is a fundamental reading comprehension skill. Help your child tackle reading with this beginner's worksheet!

  • Story Comprehension: Drawing Conclusions

    Help your beginning reader boost her reading comprehension by figuring out what happened next in three different story lines.

  • Making Inferences

    Help your child read deeper into a story by having him practice making inferences about what happened.

  • Making Inferences Pictures

    Making inferences means reading between the lines! Learn to spot contextual clues in stories my making inferences with these pictures.

  • What is Cause and Effect?

    Help your child understand cause and effect with this practice sheet.

  • Fairy Tale Story Map

    Use this fairy tale story map to follow the details of your child's favorite stories and strengthen his reading skills.

  • Story of the Three Little Pigs

    Practice those reading skills with the story of "The Three Little Pigs"! This classic tale provides a great starter for reading comprehension.

  • What Will Happen Next?

    Explore story sense with your young reader. First, read the astronaut's story. Then, let your imagination tell what will happen next!

  • Three Little Pigs Story Map

    Help your child comprehend his reading better by using this graphic organizer. Help him fill out the story map for The Three Little Pigs.

  • Cause and Effect for Kids

    Build comprehension skills with this reading page on cause and effect for kids.

  • Independent Reading Log

    After independent reading, have students record and reflect. Young readers will demonstrate their ability to summarize and respond to their reading, and a log is a fun way for them to track their progress. Make copies of this log to use again and again!

  • The Tortoise and the Hare

    We all know the story of the tortoise and the hare... but this story is all mixed up! Build basic comprehension skills with a fun storyboard activity.

  • Bookmark Book Review

    This worksheet will have your child assemble and decorate a bookmark while reviewing story sequence as divided into beginning, middle, and end.

  • How Does it End?

    Help your first grader build her reading comprehension skills by predicting how a story ends.

  • The Ugly Duckling Story

    Test comprehension with this fairy tale jumble! Put "The Ugly Duckling" story scenes back in order.

  • My Reading Goals

    Help your first grader monitor their progress as readers with this reading goals worksheet. The act of reflecting and goal setting will set students up for reading success!

  • Story Comprehension: Create a Story Map

    Boost your first grader's reading comprehension by using a story map to outline a story visually.

  • Little Red Riding Hood Story

    Take an adventure through the woods with this "Little Red Riding Hood" story, fit for young readers.

  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf Story

    How well do you know your fables? Mix up storytelling time by putting The Boy Who Cried Wolf story back in order!

  • Stone Soup Story

    It looks like someone's jumbled up this story! Kids will love putting this Stone Soup story back together, a great reading comprehension exercise.