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George Washington Reading Comprehension

George Washington Reading Comprehension

George Washington Reading Comprehension ActivityThis short biography introduces young learners to the life and contributions of George Washington, a significant historical figure. George Washington was born on 22 February 1732, in Virginia. As he grew older, he became a prominent leader and played a vital role in leading his country, the United States, during the American Revolution, a fight for freedom.

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a Forest? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a Forest? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a forest? Reading comprehension activityOur "What is a forest?" reading comprehension is a magical journey into the heart of nature, specially crafted for curious minds in KS1. In this comprehension, young learners will discover the wonders of a forest – a special place where tall trees stand like guardians, animals play hide-and-seek, and the air feels fresh and clean. As they read, they will explore the soft ground covered in moss and leaves, and meet adorable creatures like squirrels, rabbits, and birds, each finding a cozy home among the trees.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Amelia Earhart Reading Comprehension

KS1 Amelia Earhart Reading Comprehension

Amelia Earhart reading comprehension activityThis comprehension introduces young readers to the adventurous life of Amelia Earhart and her pioneering accomplishments as a pilot. The questions allow students to engage with the text, reinforce their understanding, and reflect on Amelia's extraordinary journey.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Mary Seacole Reading Comprehension

KS1 Mary Seacole Reading Comprehension

Mary Seacole reading comprehension activityThis comprehension introduces young learners to Mary Seacole, a heroic nurse who cared for soldiers during the Crimean War. The simple language and multiple-choice questions encourage reading comprehension and engage students in learning about historical figures and their contributions.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Rosa Parks Reading Comprehension

KS1 Rosa Parks Reading Comprehension

Rosa Parks reading comprehension activityThis short comprehension is tailored for KS1 pupils and aims to introduce them to the inspiring story of Rosa Parks. The multiple-choice questions help children engage with the text, practise their reading skills, and think critically about the important message of courage and equality.

Age: 6 - 7
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