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50 Comprehension Activities

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A set of 50 double-sided activity cards for teaching reading comprehension. Stories include both fiction and nonficti...
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50 Comprehension Activities

Code
477220
A set of 50 double-sided activity cards for teaching reading comprehension. Stories include both fiction and nonfiction titles. The front side provides the text and an image of the story. The reverse side provides questions about the story that are multi-choice. Includes 50 double-sided activity cards and a contents card that can act as a check off list. A wonderful resource for problem solving, concentration and memory building skills. It also has the correct answers printed for each activity.
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Manufacturer Junior Learning
Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 6yrs+
Curriculum Outcome Literacy/English
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