How to Train Your Dragon Summarising Practice Activity Sheet

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  • To help with guided reading

    , May 31st
Use these differentiated How To Train Your Dragon story worksheets to practise summarising skills. The sheets give a passage from the text for the children to identify key points and write the ideas in their own words.
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