8 St. Patrick's Day Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions FICTION
English Language Arts, St. Patricks Day
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY FICTION fluency and fun reading comprehension passage with five CCSS questions each.  Eight passages in two levels including a repeated reading fluency sheet each story.  St. Patrick's Day fun reading comprehension that kids go crazzzzy over!  Great for reluctant readers or fun practice when reading during St. Patrick's week.  


DO NOT buy this pack if you purchased 20 March Reading Comprehension Passages.  However, if you want the absolute BEST DEAL, that's the one!

Introducing Laughroom Literacy's ST. PATRICK'S DAY DAY fluency and comprehension FICTION passages!  
•     They will make students SMILE AND LAUGH as they read.
•     They offer SELF REFLECTION to help dig deeper.
•     They aim to make students want to RE-READ the story because they loved it.
•     They ASK CCSS questions  that focus on comprehension skills.

The eight passages included:

•     A Clover for Rover - Dani is stuck home sick on St. Patrick's Day, her favorite holiday!  Can her trusty pooch Rover find a way to cheer her up?

•     Mr. Louis and the Leprechauns - The scariest lunch-recess teacher this side of Sweden is trying to ruin St. Patrick's Day!

•     A Green River of My Own - Feeling inspired by Chicago's green river, one student makes a green river of his own in the back yard.

•     Baroony's Chocolate Golden Coins - Braxton and his pet house-bear, Baroony, come back to their class to find someone had stolen all the chocolate golden coins.

•     Mrs. Redd's Teacher Dust - Mrs. Redd has a surprise visitor with an offer she can't refuse.

•     Luck in the Gutter - Can Grandpa's lucky Irish coin help one student get an A on the big test?

•     The Hunt for Gold - Sophie and her class are determined to win the scavenger hunt at school.

•     Friends with Finnegan - The new boy in class has curly red head, tons of freckles, and nobody wants to be friends with him.  Can one student make a difference?


You can use these around St. Patrick's Day for...
•    Daily 5 
•    Literacy time
•    Small groups
•    Morning work
•    RTI
•    Homework


Level one is best recommended for 3rd grade, but also for STRONG and or G/T 2nd, or early 4th.  Level two will be better suited for 4th grade or struggling 5th, though questions may be too easy for stronger readers.

**PLEASE READ** These are from my Fiction March Reading Comprehension packs.  If you've purchased these, please do not purchase this item or you will end up with a double.  Thank you!


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