Resource Description

Learning to read is followed by the process of reading to learn. A child needs to be able to comprehend what s/he is reading for the rest of their academic life. But too often, the splinter skills of comprehensions are not taught systematically. This book looks at the splinter skills of scanning for words, matching question types, solving riddles, identifying errors, associations as well as reading for meaning, for detail and for purpose. All of these skills can then be integrated to approach traditional comprehension passages.

Resource Reviews

Very well done.

This workbook is amazing! It tackles all the skills necessary for students to succeed when tackling a comprehension. It covers skills such as scanning, reading for meaning and matching question types. Thank you for this invaluable resource! I can't wait to see what you'll come up with next!

Jane Elliott - September 16, 2022