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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions Informational

16 Half-Page task cards, each with a high-interest nonfiction passage and 6 literal questions about the passage Each card includes a Who, What, Where, When, Why, & How question to help solidify basic comprehension skills. These are perfect for students working on understanding key details in texts and citing evidence from the text to support their answers.

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The questions included in these task cards are all literal and can be underlined or highlighted within the text. Although the passages and questions vary in difficulty, there are no inferential questions in this set of cards.

These task cards are perfect for test prep review, whole class lessons, small group remediation or intervention, centers for enrichment or differentiation, warm ups, daily homework, or independent work. The possibilities are endless!

Answer Keys Included

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