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Reading Quizzes and Games for EFL Students. Reading Comprehension Worksheets. "Your reading comprehension materials are the best I've found on the web. They are so thorough and comprehensive! My students and I have learned a lot from them. Thanks so much! " -- Susan B., Carter, KY. 03/21/12 Like these materials? On this page you will find our complete list of high quality reading comprehension worksheets created specially by our team for students in grade levels K-12. READTHEORYWorkbooks Visit our online store here! Our reading comprehension worksheets teach students to think critically, draw inferences, understand scope and global concepts, find or recall details, and infer the meaning of useful vocabulary words. © COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The below publications contain copyrighted work to be used by teachers in school or at home.

Grade 1 - Find more here! Phew! You really really like reading comprehension. Critical Thinking Reading Comprehension Worksheets Short Story Reading Comprehension Worksheets Answers for this series are included at the end of each worksheet. " Third Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets. Third Grade Reading Comprehension Test Collection – Bacon and Wool: Use the information in the story to answer the 5 comprehension questions. Answer Key Is Included.

Enjoy the comical adventures of a spirited young pig and his goofy sidekick, a sheep. Bacon and Wool are two of Farmer Bob’s goofiest animals on his strange farm. If you think the forgetful farmer has his hands full with these two, just wait until you meet the others! Bacon and Wool : Farmer Bob (intermediate)Bacon and Wool : On the Farm (advanced)Bacon and Wool: The Flood (intermediate)Bacon and Wool: Winter is Here (beginner)Bacon and Wool : Escape from the Farm (beginner)Bacon and Wool : Down by the Pond (advanced)Bacon and Wool : Sheepdog (intermediate)Bacon and Wool : Grandkids (advanced)Bacon and Wool: Shearing Day (intermediate)Bacon and Wool: Dairy Time (advanced)Bacon and Wool: You’re a Baaaad Boy! Reading Comprehension Workbooks – Click Here Download. Easter Reading Comprehension Worksheet - free printable worksheet. Where did the Easter Bunny come from? What is an Easter Bilby? What is a trono? Find the answer to these questions and more with these free printable Easter reading worksheets.

Includes an Easter poem and interesting informational texts. Comprehension questions and answers included. Recommended level: 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade Try for Fun Word Games and Reading Quizzes Try these fun Easter Word Games! Easter Scrambled Jokes Easter Crossword Puzzle Easter Subject Verb Agreement Game Cinco de Mayo Reading Comprehension. Animal Articles. Kids will love learning about their favorite animal species by reading these interesting articles.

We have scores of articles covering all types of animals, from aardvarks to zebras. Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ( Mammals Aardvarks Member Even though it is sometimes called earth pigs, aardvarks aren't really related to pigs at all.

Armadillos Member Learn about the armored mammals called armadillos, which can be found in various areas throughout North and South America. Bats Member While most bats eat insects, there is one type of bat- the vampire bat- the drinks blood. Beavers Member This article contains a list of common beaver questions, such as "What's the difference between a beaver lodge and a beaver dam? " Bighorn Sheep Member Bighorn Sheep have horns that weigh up to 30 pounds. Camels Member Capybara Member Learn about our planet's largest species of rodent, the capybara. Cheetahs Member. English Reading Practice, Article 02 – Our Human Rights. 1. Watch the video at the top of the page. 2.

Read the article "Our Human Rights" just below it. 3. Do the exercise at the bottom of the page. Here is the Story of Human Rights video. You can watch it in your own language at The United Nations is an international organization that was established in 1945 to help keep world peace. In 1948 a special United Nations commission, headed by Mrs. "Universal" means "of all the people in the world. " A "declaration" is a formal announcement. "Human rights" are the rights that each person has, simply because he or she is human. The human rights are there to protect us and help us live in peace. Another example is "the right to freedom of thought.

" Studying and knowing our human rights is as important today as it was after World War II. The more aware people are to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the closer we get to a peaceful, free and fair world. And now, practice: Exercise 01. Reading - Elementary. Page 1 Tom's Day Read about Tom's daily routine.

Multiple Choice Exercise Multiple choice questions about the "Tom's Day" reading. Exercise Number: 1R1 True or False Questions True or false exercise about the "Tom's Day" reading. Exercise Number: 1R17 My Working Day Read about an British woman's working day. True or False Questions True/False questions about the "My Working Day" reading. Answer Completion Complete the answers about the "My Working Day" reading. Question & Answer Match Match the questions and answers about the "My Working Day" reading. Hotel Dialogue Re-Ordering Read this mixed-up hotel dialogue. Letter Sentence Insertion Read this letter that Kate writes to her friend. The 1990s Read about what somebody did during the 90s.

Making Questions Question formation exercise about the "1990s" reading. My Name Is Ben Read about Ben and his girlfriend. True or False Exercise Some true/false questions about the "My Name Is Ben" reading. Tim's Day Tim's daily routine. ESL - English Exercises: Bugs! GALAXY 5-What s for lunch?