Halloween Reading Comprehension - Superstitions Nonfiction Articles & Questions

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Halloween Reading Comprehension - Superstitions Nonfiction Articles & Questions is a ready-to-use Halloween resource that will engage even your most reluctant readers. Students will read four high-interest nonfiction texts about widely-held superstitions including the number 13, black cats crossing your path, walking under ladders, and breaking a mirror. Students will show their comprehension with these Halloween reading comprehension texts through the included assignments with questions about the reading
While these resources are perfect for a Halloween-themed lesson, you can easily incorporate them into your curriculum throughout the school year!

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Included in this Halloween Reading Comprehension Activity:

➡️ 4 Halloween Nonfiction Superstition Articles: These four one-page non-fiction articles are your key to exploring common superstitions. Perfect for a Halloween lesson or any time of the year, these resources delve into the mysteries surrounding black cats, the fear of breaking mirrors, the ominous reputation of the number 13, and the age-old taboo of walking under ladders. Each article provides a captivating look into the origins and cultural significance of these superstitions.

➡️ 4 Halloween Reading Comprehension Assignments: Use these reading comprehension assignments, specifically designed to accompany our superstitions articles. These assignments include a series of questions and challenge students to delve into the texts, extract key information, and show their comprehension.

➡️ 4 Halloween Reading Comprehension Assignments Answer Keys: Make grading and review a breeze with the included answer keys for each of the assignments. The answers are detailed and use text evidence.

What Teachers Are Saying About This Halloween Reading Comprehension Activity:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I used this for our after-school tutoring program. Lots of ELL students, low readers, and behavioral issues in this group. They were totally captivated learning about superstitions. Great resource for struggling readers.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students really enjoyed this resource. I really appreciated how clear the instructions were and how little prep work I need to do. Creative lessons and hits the standards well.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Short, high-interest non-fiction text with excellent text-dependent questions for my sixth-graders--perfect for the weeks leading up to Halloween. Thanks.

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