This collection of free reading Kids Comprehension Passage comprehension worksheets is geared to early readers. The questions range from multiple choice to circling the correct word to complete a sentence, to sequencing the events, and more. Readers who have strong comprehension are able to draw conclusions about what they read – what is important, what is a fact, what caused an event to happen, which characters are funny. Thus comprehension involves combining reading with thinking and reasoning. Just click on the image below to view and print your copy of these free reading comprehension worksheets.
Reading comprehension and vocabulary are inextricably linked together. The ability to decode or identify and pronounce words is self-evidently important, but knowing what the words mean has a major and direct effect on knowing what any specific passage means while skimming a reading material. It has been shown that students with a smaller vocabulary than other students comprehend less of what they read. It has been suggested that to improve comprehension, improving word groups, complex vocabularies such as homonyms or words that have multiple meanings, and those with figurative meanings like idioms, similes, collocations, and metaphors are a good practice.
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