Subscribe for posts, freebies, & updates!
Celebrate and educate students about the holiday of Presidents' Day with these close reading passages that include mystery pictures! Just print and GO!
There are three DIFFERENT passages each DIFFERENTIATED at three DIFFERENT reading levels. There are two nonfiction texts and one fiction text. Each text comes with 10 text dependent questions, a writing prompt, graphic organizers, and a mystery grid picture.
***If you'd like to try a sample of this resource for free click here.
✔ Teacher Pages: explaining the different parts of the resource and how to use it in the classroom.
✔ Student Printables: to print for the students to keep/use during the reading. Perfect for notebooks!
✔ 3 Different Texts: each having three levels of difficulty.
✔ 10 Text Dependent Questions for each passage. Use with or without the mystery grid.
✔ 3 Writing Prompts: one for each passage
✔ 3 Mystery Grids: one for each passage
✔ Answer Keys: for the 10 text dependent questions and the mystery grid.
✔ Graphic Organizers: as an option to use with any of the texts.
***Texts Included in this Resource***
❶ "Horse in an Elevator" a fiction passage based on the true story of Theodore's Roosevelt's son bringing a horse into the White House
❷ "Washington vs Lincoln" an informational passage about the similarities and differences between the two presidents
❸ "The History of Presidents' Day" an informational passage about the history of the holiday of Presidents' Day
***Feedback from teachers***
"I thought this was a great activity for the kids. They really enjoyed it. Thank you!"
"I love the art integration within these close reads! Can't wait to include this in my presidential unit."
"This was an engaging and interesting resource that my students really enjoyed! The writing prompt was very helpful practice for preparing students for their EOY state writing test! Thank you!"
Error: There is no connected account for the user 477822000 Feed will not update.
16 hours ago
Love hearing this wonderful feedback from a 5th grade math teacher! "Even before distance learning, this resource has been an engaging way to have my students review their math skills. It's the perfect balance of challenge, and repeats skills my students need (like expanded form!), while challenging them with new fast skills and word problems!"
Check out the video preview to see how it works!
5th grade: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/5th-Grade-Math-Morning-Work-Digital-Math-Warm-Ups-Distance-Le...
4th grade: www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/4th-Grade-Math-Morning-Work-Digital-Warm-Ups-Distance-Learnin... ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
What is your recurring teacher nightmare?! ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
How do you keep students engaged in reading? Share your tips below! 👇
I love using these close read mystery pictures. They're fun for kids, and no prep for you. (This one pictured is a freebie!)
www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Close-Reading-Comprehension-Passage-FREE-Sample-Reading-Activ... ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Have you ever used Brag Tags in your classroom?
One challenge for this classroom management strategy can be keeping them organized. I have a few ways I do this that I wrote about here!
funin5thgrade.com/2016/09/getting-organized-with-brag-tags.html ... See MoreSee Less