For advancing readers who are building their comprehension and fluency skills, you can read a book to your child, they can read it to you, or they can read independently. After reading the book of their choice, help your child complete the worksheet.
The worksheets included in this packet are designed to practice specific advancing reader skills, including:
- Describing characters
- Story structure
- Main idea and details
- Authors purpose
- Sequence of events
The advancing reader worksheets include options for informational and/or literature texts.
Literature texts are fiction books written to entertain or evoke a particular emotion. Literature texts are often based on made up characters, stories, and events that might be inspired by real life experiences. Literature texts allow students to explore their imaginations and more complex language and themes.
Informational texts are nonfiction books written to explain information about a particular topic. Informational texts are based on facts or real people, things, and events. Informational texts allow students to learn new information about the world around them.
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