Relationships Between Illustrations and Texts Worksheets To Print:
What are Illustrations? - The following is text from the story. Read the text or ask you teacher or parent to read it to you.
The questions make you feel like you're in a psychologists office.
By the Campfire - The cowboy gets you started off with this one! First, look at the picture below. Talk about what you see. Why do you think the illustrator drew
From the Story - See how these questions go. The following is part of a story in a book. Also, an illustration from the book is shown on the worksheet.
Storybook - You will be given a page to be creative with. Can you think of
part of a story that could fit in the middle of this
page? Talk about what this part of the story would
be or write it on the page.
Best Friends - Two sets of best friends come across one another. What do you think the illustration of the friends says about the text?
My New Shoes! - The title of the book is "My New Shoes". Now, take a look at the written parts of the story.
The School Bus - What do the illustrations on this page show? Do they help develop the story or slow it down.
Megan and the Book - Megan sat on the grass happily. She wanted to finish reading her book. How does the image that you are provided with help you better understand the story.
A Book about Dragons! - Gemma and her baby sister turned back to look at the angry dragon. How many angry dragons do you see in the picture? Why do you say so?
Mummy's Big Day - Does the image lead you to think of more? Does it help you understand the age of the children?
Max & the Test - In a storybook titled "Max & the Test", the following is part of the story.
Who is Ms. Lisa? - Ms. Lisa is a teacher. She teaches the kindergarten class. What can we learn about her from the image that the reading did not tell us?
Jumping and Dancing - What story do the illustrations help to tell? What do you think is going on and what would write about if you were the author?
Color the Illustration - What kind of storybook could the illustration above be part of? Sometimes complete narratives are formed from images.
Tommy's Cake - Read the story and see if you understand what is happening. The cake picture kind of gives it away.