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Comprehension Questions and Activities

Educators...have you been looking for comprehension questions and activities for your listening centers? Look no further!

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Here are *brand new* comprehension questions and activities by grade level. You can use them as informal assessments, or reader's/writer's notebook activities. You can choose a few questions per title, or let your students choose. Each grade level band has a PDF you can download and print as well.

3rd and 4th Grade Comprehension QuestionsThe more options you give your students during listening (provide graphic organizers, comic strips, questions, activities, etc.) the more opportunities they have for understanding.

Lastly, check out this new "annotating text" graphic organizer that you can use at school or send home for students to more specifically interact with the audiobook. 
Annotating text audiobooks

Let us know what you think about all of our resources and if you have suggestions on new documents. Happy listening!

Ideas and activities to use with audiobooks

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**Editor's Note: This post was written by Darcy Pattison, from Mims House, a publisher whose books are now available on Tales2go. This is an excerpted repost. Read more at Mims House.

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