Diary of a Wimpy Kid #1 is a chapter by chapter comprehensive question sheet to use in guided reading group, independent reading or read aloud comprehension check.
This is a great web for English Language resources for all students. I particularly like the 'Listening Skills' section - you can scroll and choose different levels - providing you …
5 different practical ways to help develop comprehension skills in young students - I like the 'Retelling bracelet'
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad Blogspot provides great photographic stages of how to teach students to go back, re-read text and highlight key facts I like the photo step by step - …
This link is great if you simply want some simple comprehension actvities for students to practice - good link for homework too.
This packet of reading responses will help your students comprehend when reading fiction, non-fiction, or even when they listen to a book/cd digitally This ia a good site - …
These bookmarks can be used to focus upon one skill at a time.
Here you will find a collection of comprehension bookmarks you can print out for your students to help focus their attention when reading - many of which are free.
Interesting short article- breaks skills into simple sections- worth a read
I like this link as it has good photo detail explaining different techniques and ideas.