What Are Some Free Reading Passages and Activities?


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Free reading passages and activities are available from the websites of K5 Learning Reading and Math Enrichment, K12 Reader Reading Instruction Resources, Education.com and Teachnology. The websites present activities and resources for varying grade levels, and some include reading passages from well-known historical or fictional writings.

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The K5 Learning Reading and Math Enrichment website includes reading comprehension worksheets for grade levels one through five, as well as free preschool and kindergarten worksheets that teachers can print. The website includes reading passages that correspond to lettered reading levels. Many of the worksheets are available in PDF format.

K12 Reader Reading Instruction Resources has reading comprehension worksheets for grades one through 10. Some of the upper-level worksheets include passages from speeches or literature, such as Churchill's famous "We shall fight on the beaches" speech and Mark Antony’s oration from "Julius Caesar."

As of 2015, Trace and Write the Missing Letters, Early Reading Building Block 8: Sight Words, Fill in the Short Vowel, My Very Own Dr. Seuss Activity Book and Reading for Comprehension: Cause and Effect are among the reading activities and resources from Education.com. Teachnology has resources related to the alphabet, antonyms, compound words, conjunctions and context clues, in addition to editing and proofreading.

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