Tuesday, May 26, 2015

[Freebie]: Identifying Words and Phrases in Stories That Suggest Feelings

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

Following up on the discussion in which preventing summer slide was discussed (found here), this resource will, in'shaa Allaah, help students practice their reading comprehension skills. With this resource, children will practice identifying words and phrases in stories that suggest feelings (For those of you in the States, this resource is aligned to the following Common Core standard: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.1.4.).


Students will read 12 short passages and determine what emotion/feeling the main character was experiencing and then students will highlight the sentence, word(s), or phrase that gave the reader this information.

The mini-book can be assembled by printing and cutting each page along the dotted line in the middle of each page and then stapling the notebook at the top, or you can print and cut each page down the middle and students can paste the stories into their reading notebooks.

Download your free Mini-Book of Feelings here or from A Muslim Child is Born's Teacher Notebook shop. 

Benefit & Enjoy In'shaa Allaah!

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