Get Caught Reading While Under Quarantine

May is National Get Caught Reading Month. With everyone staying indoors due to the COVID-19 virus, one of the things people are doing to stay occupied is read a book. With a book, we're able to travel to distant lands, explore new worlds, and escape the troubles we are currently facing in our daily lives. With schools closed, it's also hard to engage kids to continue learning at home. One way to do this is by offering comprehension questions to go along with the book their currently reading. These questions offer kids a chance to understand key vocabulary, use their creativity with journal questions, and make sure they stay connected with what they are reading. That's why we're offering a selection of FREE open-ended reading response forms that can be used with any book.

The reading response forms are separated into 6 categories that align with Bloom's Taxonomy for reading comprehension. Click on a category below to download the matching worksheet.

For more related FREE content, check out the Language Arts and Novel Study Guides sections of our FREE CONTENT page.

Continue to explore kids' joy of reading and the adventures they share within the pages of their favorite books with comprehension questions to go along with their reading. We offer hundreds of ready-made novel study guides that test kids' comprehension of the story, as well as promote critical thinking skills. Browse our collection here. Then, visit Audible and Lit2Go for FREE access to a selection of audiobooks.

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