Reading Comprehension Worksheets For Kindergarten Students

Reading Comprehension Worksheets For Kindergarten Students
You'll find that all this work is correlated to Kindergarten national CORE reading standards.

What is a House and Delicious Apples - We relate the real world to students and how great are apples?

Neighbors and a Ball - Did you ever think about the life of a ball?

The Beach at Night and The Petting Zoo - The beach at night is a bit different.

A Cat in School and The First Tame Wolf - I don't know which would cause more attention to be drawn to it.

Chalk and the Park - A little boring compared to the others, but a solid point of reference for kids.

Have You Ever and the School Library - Some of these are on my bucket list.

Clocks and What Animal Can Do - Those amazing animals!

Tim Find a Dollar and The Nearest Desk - What would you do with found money?

Going Fast and Mary's Picture - How fast do you want to go?

Ice Cream and Raining at the Park - One could fix the other.

The New School and Fun - New schools are always a bit challenging.

The Owl and New Bike - As I get older, I would like to see either equally.

School Pictures and the Puppy - Who doesn't love puppies.

Soft and Hard, Plus the Polar Bear - Textures are always a fun concept.

Rain and Play - Another rain passage! The rain just won't stop!

The Bad Cold and My Messy Room - Is your room messy now?

Our Senses and the Cat's New Home - We look at how we take in information.

April's New Shoes and Music at School - April sure loves her shoes.

The Big Tree and Milk - It does the body good!

Being Tall and Time Flies -It has it's perks and problems as well.

Telling Time and Teddy - Two things I see less of in society: analog clocks and teddy bears.

Leo and Snow, Plus What is a Tree? - Leo has never seen snow. Have you?