Comprehension and Critical Thinking
No. of pages: 7

This reading comprehension activity ‘A Healthy Rise in Vaccinations’, asks students to answer comprehension questions on a text about vaccination rates in America.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘A Water Rescue’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, correct tense, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Action Plans Keep Asthma in Check’ asks students to answer questions about asthma and action plans to cope with it. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information and think about word meanings.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Air Bags: The Benefits and the Risks’ asks students to answer questions about air bags and safety. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information, summarise and think about word meanings.

Reading Comprehension
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This Reading Comprehension worksheet, ‘Become a Challenge Olympics Volunteer’, features a letter from the Challenge Olympics Committee that outlines volunteer positions and criteria. It encourages students to use a variety of strategies to interpret the text of the letter and includes questions about author’s purpose, slant/bias, drawing a conclusion, making a judgment, questioning, and detail. …More

Writing Prompt
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This writing prompt, ‘Beware of Bears’ helps students to write about the steps they would take if they came across a bear. It encourages students to think about safety around wild animals and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

Sequencing Activities
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This sequencing activity, ‘Bike Safety’ develops comprehension through sequencing images about bike safety.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Bus Safety’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, correct tense, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Readers Theatre
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This Readers Theatre activity, ‘Chickenpox’ encourages students to summarise and paraphrase information in texts. It also builds reading fluency. This activity includes a script for 5 readers.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Child Safety Seats’ asks students to answer questions about safety seats for children. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information, make comparisons and think about word meanings.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Heart Disease’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, correct tense, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Writing Prompt
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This writing prompt, ‘Home Alone’ helps students to write about how they would cope if they were home alone and they heard a strange noise. It encourages students to think about how they would react to a fearful situation and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

Reading Comprehension
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This Reading Comprehension worksheet, ‘How to Write an Evacuation Plan’, features a procedural text about planning for emergencies such as volcanic eruptions and other natural disasters. It encourages students to use a variety of strategies to interpret the text and includes questions about importance, purpose, questioning, slant/bias, genre, and drawing a conclusion. Answer sheet provided …More

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Keep Your Food Safe’ asks students to answer questions about ways to keep food safe. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information, draw conclusions and think about word meanings.

Oral Language Photo Activity
No. of pages: 2

This oral language photo activity ‘Bicycles’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.

Oral Language Photo Activity
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This oral language photo activity ‘Body’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.

Oral Language Photo Activity
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This oral language photo activity ‘Car’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.

Oral Language Photo Activity
No. of pages: 2

This oral language photo activity ‘Firefighter’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.

Oral Language Photo Activity
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This oral language photo activity ‘Police Officer’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.

Comprehension and Critical Thinking
No. of pages: 5

This reading comprehension activity, ‘No Helmet? Pay Up!’, asks to answer comprehension questions on a text about helmet laws in America.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Outdoor Safety’ encourages students to recognise spelling errors, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Kids News Activity
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This kids news activity, ‘Peanuts Recalled For Not Stating ‘May Contain Peanuts” investigates an incident where a product was recalled for inadequate allergy warning.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Sarah’s Allergies’ asks students to answer questions about a young girl who has food allergies. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information, draw conclusions, form opinions and think about word meanings.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Seat Belts’ asks students to answer questions about seat belt safety. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information and think about word meanings.

Writing Prompt
No. of pages: 1

This writing prompt, ‘Seat Belts Save Lives’ helps students to write about why we should or shouldn’t have seat belt laws. It encourages students to think about seat belt laws and safety and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Skiing and Snowboarding’ asks students to answer questions about skiing and snowboarding. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information and think about word meanings.

Reading Comprehension
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This Reading Comprehension worksheet, ‘Sunk by a Whale’, features an informational text about the 1819 sinking of a whaling ship. It encourages students to use a variety of strategies to interpret the text and includes questions about detail, character, making a judgment, cause and effect, drawing a conclusion, and reasoning. Answer sheet provided with file …More

Poetry
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This Poetry worksheet, ‘The Most Dangerous Beast’, features a light-hearted poem about diseases spread by animals, such as Mad Cow Disease, West Nile Disease, Monkeypox, and Lyme Disease. It encourages students to use a variety of strategies to interpret the poem and includes questions about interpretive language, author’s purpose, drawing a conclusion, and making a …More

Comprehension and Critical Thinking
No. of pages: 4

This reading comprehension activity, ‘The Perils of Peanuts’, asks students to answer comprehension questions on a text about peanut allergies.

Writing Prompt
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This writing prompt, ‘The Storm’ helps students to write about following instructions during a tornado. It encourages students to think about tornado safety and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Travelling Overseas’ asks students to answer questions about the steps to take to keep safe while travelling overseas. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information and think about author purpose.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Why Are Some People Allergic?’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, correct tone, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Reading Comprehension
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This Reading Comprehension worksheet, ‘Yellowstone on Fire’, features an informational text about a devastating fire in Yellowstone National Park in 1988. It encourages students to use a variety of strategies to interpret the text and includes questions about making a judgment, detail, fact/opinion, and drawing a conclusion. Answer sheet provided with file download.

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