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Characters - Grades 3-4
     Sentences: Pick the best character trait (multiple choice; 1 column)
     Sentences: Pick the best character trait (multiple choice; 2 columns)
     Write one character trait for the main character in the sentence (1 column)
     Write one character trait for the main character in the sentence (2 columns)
     Story and questions on characters


Characters - Grades 5-6
     Sentences: Pick the best character trait (multiple choice; 1 column)
     Sentences: Pick the best character trait (multiple choice; 2 columns)
     Write one character trait for the main character in the sentence (1 column)
     Write one character trait for the main character in the sentence (2 columns)
     Story and questions on characters
     Story and questions on characters, including character traits


Setting - Grades 3-4
     Draw a picture of the setting
     Setting: A story and questions
     Setting: Fill in sights, sounds, smells, touch, taste
     Setting: Questions and also fill in sights, sounds, smells, touch, taste
     Write a paragraph (gives the setting and mood)


Setting - Grades 5-6
     Draw a picture of the setting
     Setting: A story and questions
     Setting: Fill in sights, sounds, smells, touch, taste
     Setting: Questions and also fill in sights, sounds, smells, touch, taste
     Write a paragraph (gives the setting and mood)


Reading Comprehension - Skills Review
     Reading Comprehension Mixed Skills Review


Reading Comprehension Skills


Reading Comprehension Skills

Alliterations

Author's Purpose

Cause and Effect

Compare and Contrast

Context Clues

Drawing Conclusions

Facts and Opinions

Hyperbole

Idioms - Figurative Language

Inferences

Main Character and Characters


Main Idea

Making Connections

Multiple Meaning Words

Onomatopoeia

Personification

Point of View

Sequencing

Setting

Similes and Metaphors

Summarizing

Supporting Facts




Figurative Language
   Figurative Language


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