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Beginning Level Online Reading Comprehension Exercises
Read a paragraph and answer questions to assess reading comprehension skills. Change the difficulty by clicking on the different colored tabs on the top of of the page. Enjoy!
English Exercises Online
Check out the ACTIVITIES tab for exercises to do online to find vocabulary, grammar, and reading comprehension.
Fun, Reading Activities!
Use your context clue knowledge to help play this Idioms Jeopardy game.
Have fun phrases that sound like one thing, but mean something totally different!
These open-ended statements help to build associations and form connections! This cause and effect game is not only educational, but also fun.
Inferences and Drawing Conclusions
You will need to read the information given to you. Then, draw a conclusion or make an inference about the passage.
Language Arts- Middle School and High School
Links to a variety of tools to help improve Middle School and High School Language Arts concepts.
Multiple Meaning Words
Row and Row? March and March? Take the challenge to see if you can figure out all of the meanings of a given word!
Reading for Thinking
Activities to improve reading for information and thinking skills. Submit your responses at the end to see what you learned!
Rooting Out Words
Answer the following questions about using good social skills at school and with our friends.
Synonyms and antonyms are a very important part of our curriculum. Use this game to help target these concepts!
The Plural Game
Need help with plural nouns? Forgetting to put the /s/ when their is more than one subject? Practice with this game!
What can you Infer?
Infering means to take what you know and make a guess. Read the following situations and pick which answer you could infer.
Have your child work on their categorical skills by choosing what doesn't belong with this fun, interactive game!
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