We’ve been working on something for you – reading comprehension warm-ups: ideas and details, craft and structure, integration of knowledge and skills, and fluency with an appropriate level of text complexity.
So far, we have 75 days of warm-ups created…we’re gathering feedback from 600+ teachers to develop the next phase, and then we’re moving into fluency and vocabulary!
Give your input here.
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What’s in the Reading Comprehension Warm-Ups?
The warm-ups are targeted on literal meaning and inferential thinking – both aspects of reading comprehension are required to build stronger readers and writers.
Literal Meaning Warm-Ups:
- Story Elements
- Types of Details
- Stated Main Ideas
- Animated Warm-Ups
- Text-Based Questions
- Turn and Talk
- Timed Reading and Response
Inferential Thinking Warm-Ups:
- Ideas and Details
- Inferring Theme
- Supporting Ideas with Text Evidence
- Author’s Craft
- Character Analysis
- Drawing Conclusions
Are the Warm-Ups No-Prep?
Yes, the reading comprehension warm-ups are no-prep, interactive, and include a variety of activities that require students to read closely, reread, use text evidence, read fluently, talk about the text, and answer questions in a variety of formats.
There’s no printing, no-prep, no planning required. Just match the warm-up to the skills you want to review and press start.
Learn more by signing up for our free Word Study Warm-Ups here, or comment below to ask any questions you may have.