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Use these informational articles to help students expand their Social Studies related vocabulary and practice reading comprehension as they gain greater knowledge of climate, geography, history, economy and culture within the various regions of the country.
Part of understanding any written text is being able to determine the author’s purpose. Was the piece written to persuade, to inform or to entertain? This Language Arts / Reading worksheet provides a place for students to ask themselves important questions about the text to help them determine what the purpose of the text is. They will also be asked to support their conclusion with clue’s from within the passage.
This Winter Reading and Writing resource (with a “Read it! Draw it! Write it!” section) has a variety of pages (and a variety of skills) that you can use in reading and writing centers, as mini-lessons, seat work for early finishers or as homework. Perfect to use in December, January, February and into March!
Since 1836, children have been delighted by these volumes filled with exotic adventures, exciting stories, beautiful poems, and funny fables. The Third Eclectic Reader includes “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” “The Wind and the Sun,” and “We Are Seven.”