Relationship Between Illustrations and the Story Worksheets To Print:
Pete Penguin School Project - See if you can give Pete a hand with his project. Read the story. Then cut and paste the pictures in order. Pete Penguin has a school project due at school.
Teddy and Tina at the Beach - See if you can help the illustrator order her work based on the story. Teddy and Tina love spending time at the beach.
Al Gives A Birthday Dinner - What a generous alligator. Color, Cut, and Paste the pictures in order that go along with the story that the author has created.
Jimmy's Lemonade Stand - Jimmy sets up a lemonade stand in front of his house. Use the reading passage to determine the order of which these pictures happen.
Maddie Gets a Paint Set - Help make sense of the order of Maddie's painting. Number the pictures as they happened in the
The Jungle Talent Show - Order the acts in the talent show based on the reading passage. The musical group puts together a little number.
Andy's Garden - Andy has to be at least part rabbit. See if you get what I mean. Use the story to help guide how you arrange these images.
The Big Race - Who doesn't want to come in first? See the order of the participants. Cut and paste the order in which the racers finished the race.
James Camping Trip - See if you can piece together the illustrations. They are found on page two of this worksheet match them to what you read or hear in the reading passage.
Lydia Visits Grandma - See if you think that Lydia has everything that she needs for her trip and then decide how all the action unfolded.
Cleaning Day - I love a nice clean room. Too bad I can only clean twice a month. How does Steve and Betty go about cleaning their place up?
Hot Fudge Sundaes - There is nothing better than a little hot fudge. Order the way in which you put a sundae together.
Andrew's Treehouse - I helped build a treehouse once. It took us 8 months. Andrew's father must have some serious skills.