US Landmarks Nonfiction Passages: Grow your students knowledge of these wonderful USA Landmarks with these Nonfiction & Poetry Reading Comprehension Passages. These reading passages are wonderful for your students to study these famous landmarks including White House, Lincoln Memorial and Poems focusing on Statue of Liberty and more.
These are prefect for third grade, fourth grade and fifth graders. Included are reading practice passages perfect for: warm-up, bell work, homework, or weekly assessments. Students can use independently in literacy groups, guided reading groups! Different options provided- multiple choice, written response or graphic organizers to focus on individual skill.
- All in print and digital option, plus color & bw options
- Digital self correcting option, too!
- 6 Nonfiction Passages and 2 Poems
NONFICTION PASSAGES INCLUDED:
- White House
- Statue of Liberty
- Golden Gate Bridge
- Lincoln Memorial
- Mount Rushmore
- Poetry on America
- Poetry on the Statue of Liberty
- You are given options of multiple choice, written response or graphic organizers to focus on skill.
- These are passages that check students understanding in: summary, predictions, author’s purpose, context clues, main idea, comparison.
- Answer keys provided.
READING PASSAGES ARE PERFECT FOR:
- quick assessment
- reading review
- sub work
- small group lessons
- ELA center work
THIS IS PART OF THE NONFICTION BUNDLE HERE!
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