Free Printable Bookmarks For Reading Comprehension For 1st Grade
If you’re looking for reading comprehension for first grade worksheets, you’re in the right place. But wait! Instead of choosing a worksheet, use these FREE printable bookmarks to teach reading comprehension for 1st grade.
When you’re reviewing skills in reading comprehension, you’ll want something a bit more interactive and fun than a worksheet. So adding activities for reading comprehension onto a printable bookmark does just that!
How To Get Better Reading Comprehension For 1st Grade With Printable Bookmarks
Really, these are like portable anchor charts! Students get another chance to look at the skills for reading comprehension and interact with the activity on the bookmark while they’re reading their own story. The bookmarks prompt the students in an easy way how to find the reading strategies in their own books!
More helpful uses for the FREE printable bookmarks:
- Consider reading comprehension for practice when you send a bookmark home with your student’s library books.
- Add bookmarks to your literacy centers for independent reading practice.
- Treat your bookmarks like anchor charts that your students can interact with as exercises for reading comprehension.
- Print bookmarks on astrobrights paper, or on plain white paper for your students to color and make their own.
Skills In Reading Comprehension:
These are the 14 skills in reading comprehension included in the bookmarks free printable set:
- Main Idea
- Story Elements
- Drawing Conclusions
- Making Connections
- Author’s Purpose
- Compare and Contrast
- Cause and Effect
- Asking Questions
- Character Traits
My students LOVE these, and I hope yours will too! I’m excited to pass along any activity for reading comprehension that might help you in your classroom. Make sure to download these printable bookmarks for FREE here! They’ll arrive in your inbox ASAP, but you might want to check your spam folder if you don’t see them. The Teaching Firsties team does an excellent job trying to make sure that doesn’t happen, but occasionally the internet has a mind of it’s own! As always, email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the bookmarks!