How to Train Your Dragon Guided Reading Pack

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  • Please can you explain the AF references?

    , Nov 21st
  • Does anyone know which How to train your Dragon book this resource goes with?

    , Oct 22nd
    • Hi theflo,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :)

      It should go with the original book :)

      , Oct 22nd
  • For guided reading comprehension group activities.

    , Aug 24th
  • for hided reading

    , Feb 15th
  • For guided reading work on the book.

    , Nov 3rd
  • guided reading and follow-up tasks

    , Sep 26th
  • Great for guided reading session and follow up tasks.

    , Aug 13th
  • Fantastic. Guided reading with HA group.

    , Jan 25th
  • Dragons topic - questioning children during story time when reading the text and also for independent reading evidence

    , Jan 6th
How to Train Your Dragon Guided Reading Pack

How to Train Your Dragon Guided Reading Pack - Use this handy pack of guided reading questions to accompany your reading of 'How To Train Your Dragon'. The questions are sorted into AF2, AF3, AF4/5 and AF6. Challenge questions have also been included for more able pupils.
This resource is available in Standard.
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