Listening Comprehension Worksheets:
Sweet Frog –
Pass out questions to the students. Question
sheets should remain face-down on their desks while you read the text
aloud to students.
A Day at the Beach –
When you are finished, ask students to turn their
questions sheets over and answer the questions.
A Summer Job –
It was the end of the school year, and all of Corey's friends were going to
be busy for the summer.
A Bad Idea –
Meghan was in the first grade. Meghan enjoyed school, except for one
thing-she was not a good speller.
The Silly Armadillo –
Willie the armadillo lived in a small zoo. Wille was the only armadillo in the
zoo. He was also the only very small animal.
The Missing Kitten –
Gina had a little black kitten named Mal. Mal was very sweet and good natured and patient. She was also very curious.
The Worst Day Ever –
From time to time, everyone has a day where it seems like everything
goes wrong. One Tuesday morning. Hank woke up into this kind of day.
Velociraptors: Myths vs. Reality –
You probably know them as the clever and deadly, man-size predators in
the Jurassic Park movies. But did you know that the real velociraptors that
lived during the Cretaceous period were nothing like how they have
commonly been portrayed in the movies?
Stan Lee: A Timely Change –
Stan Lee's career in comic books began in the 1940s when he was 17 years
old. He first worked as an office assistant for Timely Comics.
The Bake Sale –
The Mitchell Elementary School chorus needed to make some money-fast-if
they were going to be able to travel to the state choral competition.
Big Mouth –
Frank's mouth was always getting him into trouble. The problem was, he didn’t
seem to know when to keep it closed!
The Importance of STEM –
The acronym STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and
mathematics. There are an increasing number of jobs available in
Our Modern Food System –
The term food system refers to the interaction of activities having to do with
producing, processing, transporting, obtaining, and eating food.
Types of Clouds –
A cloud is made up of very small drops of water or ice crystals that are
light enough to float in the air.
J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter –
The English writer J.K Rowling was born in 1965. Her first book, written when
she was six years old, was about a rabbit with the measles, and she asked
her mother to "get it published".
Fundamentals of Listening Worksheets
How to Listen - Complete each sentence. Draw a
picture of each body part.
Good Habits - We describe posture and communication techniques and you tell us if they are good or bad habit.
Quick Research - You may need to do a few searches to answer these. Example: It is said that we only remember about 20% of what we hear. Why?
What's He Thinking? - Examine this picture and see if the boy has put himself in position to communicate effectively.
Picture That - We give you a body language scenario and ask you to draw it.
How to Do It - We look at different qualities to make sure you are communicating effectively.
What Do You Hear? - Your teacher will make three distinct sounds. You will be
asked to draw a picture of what you heard in a box.
Following Instructions - Tell the students they will practice listening and following
instructions. Tell them that you will read each instruction twice.
Practice - We work on the base skill of following simple vocal instructions with students.
Letter Sounds - Say the name of each picture. Do you hear the letter at the
beginning of the name or the end?