To give you a helping hand, we’ve pulled together some suggested EducationCity KS1 and KS2 (or your region’s equivalent) Activities, that will support your students’ in understanding different texts better.
A Day in the Park: #25756 – Read extracts from the story and answer the questions.
The Big City: #25780 – Use sentence-level context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Canopy Clues: #13214 – Use clues to identify and understand unknown words.
Wild River: #27680 – Children answer who, what, when, where, why and how questions about events in a story as well as answering inference questions.
In Character: #1808 – Read fictional passages. Identify and describe main characters’ traits, motivations and feelings.
Fact Finder: #12369 – Explore the issue of school expansion through reading a range of texts.
Timeless Tales: #13312 – Consider the features of the legend of Robin Hood and its underlying themes.
Skateboard Whiz: #793 – Locate/recall information from a text, ‘The History of Skateboarding’.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets Pack
In this pack, you’ll find some handy worksheets to help your students read and infer key information from texts, so it’s definitely worth a peek!