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  • GSR or independent reading activty

    , May 10th
  • Thanks for the editable version as I will be able to differentiate this great worksheet to suit the different levels I have in my multi-aged classroom.

    , Nov 23rd
  • Is this available in an editable word format? I am using it for a play, as opposed to a book. Also the phrase 'inferred characteristics' would be too difficult for many of my class to comprehend.

    Thank you.

    , May 1st
    • Hi debseelou, thank you for your review, I have passed a request for and editable word version of this resource on to our design team for you. I hope this helps. :)

      , May 3rd
    • Thanks. Do you know if they would have been able to create something by Monday night? As was intending to use this on Tuesday...

      , May 3rd
    • Hi debseelou, unfortunately our designers are not back in the office until Tuesday!

      , May 3rd
    • Hi there debseelou! The updated version has now been sent to you :) Let us know if you have any more great suggestions!

      , Jul 31st
Character Investigation Reading Comprehension Activity

Character Investigation Reading Comprehension Activity - This handy worksheet gives your children the opportunity to show how much they've learned about this topic.
This resource is available in Standard and Editable.
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