It seems like I am always on the hunt for new ways to review reading skills with my students. And especially ways that are engaging and don’t involve reading a ton of lengthy passages or worse…stapled worksheets that don’t excite or engage my students. One of my new favorite ways to review is through reading review mini-booklets. Keep reading to get all of the details about these mini-booklets and sign up to have these sent straight to your email for free!
About the Reading Review Mini-Booklets
These reading review booklets are the perfect bite-sized review of important reading skills for 4th and 5th grade. The length of the texts won’t intimidate even your most reluctant readers. The booklets are also perfect for spiraling reading skills and keeping academic reading vocabulary fresh.
These reading mini-booklets can be used for:
- Reading centers and stations
- Reading warmups
- Small group reading instruction
- Reading homework or morning work
Reading Skills Reviewed
The following reading skills are reviewed with each mini-booklet:
- Main Idea
- Similes and Metaphors
- Using Context Clues to Define Unknown Words
- Point of View
- Making Inferences
- Author’s Main Point
There is also an inference riddle included in each booklet that is a fun way to practice using evidence to support inferences.
Which Seasons/Holidays are Included?
There are reading review mini-booklets for each holiday shown below:
- Back to School
- Valentine’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day
Get the FREE Reading Review Booklets Here
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NOTE: These are for 4th and 5th grade. You may be able to use these with advanced 3rd graders or as remediation for 6th graders.
FREE Reading Mini-Booklets
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Want More Reading Activities and Resources for 4th-5th Grade?
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