Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies - Visualising
This helpful pack of activities will make teaching the reading comprehension strategy visualising simple and engaging! Visualising is an important reading comprehension skill for young children to master as it helps them to understand what they are reading.
Use these five different hands-on activities to implicitly teach the skill of visualising to your students. With activities to introduce the concept of visualising and others to deepen their understanding of it's importance to their reading comprehension, your students will clearly understand the concept and how to best utilize it to improve their reading skills.
The main teaching points are highlighted (prior knowledge, unique perspective and experiences, building a more complete picture with more information) and activities focus on developing these concepts. A Visualising anchor chart/poster is also included.
Here's what's included -
Visualising anchor chart/poster to display in class
48 different 'What Am I?' cards included each with a real life photo and 3 stepped clues
'What Am I?' drawing template provided to match along with teaching instructions
20 different story titles as visual prompts
2 different 'What's In A Name?' drawing templates provided
Visualising worksheets using the five senses
Visualising worksheet using prior knowledge
Daily Draw sheets
Teaching ideas included for each activity
** US/UK spellings included **
File type –
Ready to print PDF
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