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  • Support for adults assisting children in intervention.  Thank you!

    , Nov 23rd
    • Hi SGibson22,
      You're very welcome, glad we could help! :)

      , Nov 23rd
  • Small group work. Lovely resource. 

    , Nov 8th
  • GSR or independent reading activty

    , May 10th
  • support for parent helper readers

    , Jan 21st
  • support adults reading with children

    , Jan 2nd
  • Book corner display

    , Dec 17th
  • would use this for my less able readers to get verbal language and check they understand what they're reading, see if they can develop a twist to what they are reading

    , Nov 4th
  • book corner display

    , Aug 28th
  • year 1

    , Jul 29th
  • year 1 independent reading

    , May 3rd
  • reading area

    , Feb 24th
  • To use in guided reading

    , Jan 25th
  • Prompt cards for my LA EAL students

    , Jan 19th
  • pair activities in the classroom for literature

    , Jan 16th
  • To use as a prompt with focus groups

    , Sep 11th
  • Perfect prompts to be displayed on my reading wall. Thank you

    , Jul 10th
  • Guided reading prompts, perfect x

    , Jan 2nd
  • these are useful for paired reading between pupils to encourage hem to a the questions too...

    , Aug 14th
  • These are really useful. I will use them the next time I read a book with one of my pupils.

    , May 31st
This fantastic set of reading comprehension cards encourage your children to think about and review the story they're reading while enabling you to assess how well they understand the story. Features a series of questions such as "What is the story about?" and "Is this fiction or non-fiction?" Have them use the cards as prompts for independent writing activities, or as discussion starters in small groups or as a class.
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