Use this book to provide practice with a wide range of reading comprehension activities and encourage students to become netter readers. Reading selections from across the disciplines encourage students to understand, evaluate, and interpret what they have read.For example, have the children complete the following sentence: The main reason you eat lunch is. ... activities found on the following pages will help strengthen the readera#39;s ability to find the main idea in stories and paragraphs as well as find details that help explain the main idea. ... 2. (b) The apple tree was full of apples. 3. There were 25 kids playing tag. Li. 0 Name Organize Main Ideas and Detail!
|Title||:||Comprehension, Grade 2|
|Publisher||:||Carson-Dellosa Publishing - 2009-01-04|