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1st Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Reading Comprehension and Main Idea - CCSS RF.1.4, RI.1.2, RL.1.2,


Links verified on 03/02/2018


1. 1st Grade Reading.

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Two free lessons under each of the three levels. Read each story and answer the questions!  SEE MORE
 
2. Dotty and Boo Cat in the Stinky Wood.

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Watch and listen to the story carefully. There are some questions to answer at the end. SEE MORE
 
3. George and Mabel.

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Missing word and story sequencing activities set at two levels. Voice-over encourages listening.  SEE MORE
 
4. I Can Read.

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Listen and read each sentence. Then answer the questions.  SEE MORE
 
5. Main Idea.

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Read the story in the storm cloud, then strike the tree that shows the main idea.  SEE MORE
 
6. Online Reading Comprehension Exercises.

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23 reading comprehension activities. (Audio available) SEE MORE
 
7. Reading Games.

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12 games to practice reading comprehension. Read the stories and type the answers to the questions. SEE MORE
 
8. Reading Ring.

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Put three panels of a Garfield comic strip in order and then answer questions about the story.  SEE MORE
 
9. Real or Make Believe in Tina's World.

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This site help children discover the difference between real and make believe. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]  SEE MORE
 
10. Real or Make-Believe? Quiz.

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In this quiz, you will read each book title and decide if the book is real or make believe. A real book is non-fiction and make-believe is fiction. We read fiction books for fun and non-fiction for information. Select the answer and click submit. There are 10 questions in the real or make believe quiz. SEE MORE
 
11. Starfall Reading Activities.

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Here you will find activities and resources for your classroom! There are supplemental English Language Arts (ELA) resources to keep your children engaged in their learning experience.  SEE MORE
 
12. The Burger Game.

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Read a passage and determine which sentence most clearly describes the main idea. Click and drag the sentence that you think is the main idea to the empty spot in the hamburger where the meat goes. If you choose the correct one, your hamburger will be complete and you will get points. (Audio available for directions and sentences.) SEE MORE
 

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