Reading Aloud Worksheets To Print:
Bessie's Bad Day - Bessie the cow hated flies. As the student reads aloud, mark the text below to indicate miscues.
Big Shoes to Fill - Timothy liked to dress up in his father's clothes. Wait for your teacher's directions before you begin reading this.
Starry Night - Jewell was a sleek and pretty cat who didn't belong to anybody. Read
the comprehension questions to the student. Indicate whether or not they
answered correctly. Use the rating scale.
The Yo-Yo - One afternoon, a tall, skinny man walked up and down Pucket Street, playing with a red yo-yo. Jerry sat on his front stoop and watched him.
Library Day - Kevin was excited because today was library day. See how well you listen to what was read aloud.
Strike! - Mrs. Carter had never been bowling before. Accuracy is a measure of how often you said the correct vocabulary words.
Matt the brat - Matt was a bully. He bullied the kids on his bus. When rating fluency we are not only worried about the pace that you kept up, but we are also looking for the proper expressions.
The Ant King - Andy loved to play in his back yard. He especially loved to watch the ants in the big anthill by the fence.
The Dinosaur with No Teeth - Denny was a blue dinosaur. He was big. He had a loud roar. We are also looking for a general rating of how well you engaged your audience.
Cow - Carla was a cow on a farm. All the other cows walked on
four legs, and spent all day eating grass.
Eat your Lunch!
- Calvin was a very picky eater. "Eat your lunch!" his mother was
always saying to him.
A Kitten For
Frank - Everyone on the street loved Frank, except for one old
woman who lived with a hundred cats.
The Sea Monster
- Everyone was afraid of Seymour the sea monster. Read this passage aloud to others and then ask them a few quick questions to see what they retained.