Character and Setting Worksheets To Print:
Feeling Blue - Jack isn't having a great deal. We first start to look at emotions. Based on the passage above, what do you think blue means?
Cat and Dog Recall - Pull key facts from the reading passage. This can be a listening
activity as well.
John Comprehension - Oh those pigs! Always playing and making
a mess. Draw a picture that shows what the pigs like to do in the mud.
Foxy Forest - This is a long comprehension sheet. It is intended
to be read to students. Describe how Mrs. Fox might have been feeling as she listened to Mr. Fox and the coyotes in the forest.
Making a Sandwich - Let's see if you can tell us how you can make a
sandwich and the steps included.
Mama Bird - At first this will look like a comprehension sheet, but
it is more of a vocabulary sheet. Suzie was worried about the baby bird. Which word can be replaced with worry?
Mary Stands Up Comprehension - The worksheet asks you to get a general
feel for the tale. Draw a picture of the main character in this adventure. Explain why that person is the main
Night Time Listen and Do - Draw a picture of what is going on in the
story. Listen to the tale and then draw a picture of what you heard.
Our Feelings - Fill in the missing word below using the reading passage
and picture clues to help you.
Rhyming Words - We work through basic words that will be found in all
the stories of this section.
Sam's Lunch - Completing the sentences based on a reading passage. Using words from the Word Bank, fill in the missing
word of each sentence.
Twins: Same and Different - A good time to introduce the concept of
fraternal twins. Read the story and then use the words in the box and
the picture to write your answers.