Do you have elementary students in your homeschool? If so, you will find this FREE Elementary Reading & Writing Bundle so helpful! It’s full of useful homeschool printables for writing and reading assessment as well as reading comprehension.
This limited time freebie will end on 4/26 so you will want to be sure to grab the free homeschool bundle for elementary aged homeschooled children below. Scroll to the bottom for access.
Take a look at what’s included in this free homeschool bundle of resources. Scroll to the bottom to get access.
Writing Graphic Organizers:
Using writing graphic organizers can be so very helpful working through the writing process. This bundle includes several pre-writing and writing graphic organizers that can be used during the pre-writing and drafting stages of writing.
The free writing graphic organizers provide students with an opportunity to plan out and organize their thoughts before writing a rough draft. They can be used for various types of writing including:
- narrative writing
- persuasive writing
- expository writing
Reading Interest Inventory | Reading Attitude Surveys:
Using reading interest inventories and reading attitude surveys are a great way to collect data on your homeschooled students’ reading attitudes and interests at the beginning of the school year. This is a great way to get an idea of the read-alouds and independent chapter books you plan to incorporate into your homeschool.
These reading surveys can also be used throughout the school year to monitor changes in your children’s interests regarding reading.
These printables include a variety of recording sheets based on what works best for you. Several different results recording sheets are included as a way to condense your children’s responses if you are homeschooling multiple students or using for a classroom.
Reading Comprehension Study Guides:
This printable pack includes 19 reading comprehension study guides.
Each study guide includes a brief explanation of the strategy, graphic organizer(s), and prompts/sentence stems. The study guides can be added to a reading notebook to help your children apply the strategies while reading and review the previously taught strategies.
The prompts and graphic organizers are good way to help students plan for book reports or quizzes.
This bundle of Reading Comprehension Study Guides includes:
- Asking Questions
- Determining Importance
- Monitoring Comprehension
- Making Connections
- Making Inferences
- Summarizing & Synthesizing
- Character Analysis
- Story Elements
- Compare & Contrast
- Fact & Opinion
- Author’s Purpose
- Cause & Effect
- Main Idea
- Making Predictions
- Making Judgments
All the worksheets in this FREE Elementary Reading & Writing Bundle will be such a GREAT asset for your homeschool or classroom!
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