If you want to get better at reading, then try some targeted reading comprehension activities including puzzles, matching, and short stories.
In this helping verbs worksheet, students circle the action verb and underline the helping verb. Generally, we use helping verbs with action verbs.
In this linking verbs worksheet, students have carefully read all 15 sentences and circle the linking verbs. Linking verbs do not show actions. Instead they link a subject to a noun or adjective in a sentence
In this transitive and intransitive verbs worksheet, students have to write a “T” or “I”. As you may know, transitive verbs act on an object. But for intransitive verbs, these verbs don’t relate to an object
In the famous politicians worksheet and matching game, we talk about these historical figures. Students have to match 8 famous politicians with their description and image.
This comparatives adjectives story is about brother rivalry. It’s a reading activity about two boys that love to compete with each other.
Using this timeline worksheet, students arrange the timeline according to their birth date and the invention year. Who was born earliest Alexander the Great, Albert Einstein or Confucius?
Like regular Bingo, the first student with a line is the winner. Instead of sitting down and listening to the teacher, they have to walk around asking question in their Bingo Sheets.
In this job title definitions activity, students get familiar with the various types of jobs by matching the job title with the definitions.
In groups of four, students search for clues in class. The detectives memorize and pass it on to the secretary. After all clues are collected, they solve the puzzle worksheet.