Students have been using RAZkids in the classroom to practice and improve their reading on their own individualized level. Using their personal login, students will have access to their assigned books as well as a "Reading Room" they can use to self-select books they are interested in. 

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Students are also encouraged to read books independently or with a parent, sibling, friend, or even a stuffed animal! 

Please be sure to ask your child questions before, during, and after they read to ensure comprehension. Below are some guiding questons you can ask you child to help them excel as readers!

BrainPOP Jr. ELA

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Storyline - a great resource to listen to different stories!


Personal and Textual Connection

How does the story make you feel? Why?

Have you ever had a similar experience? Tell us about it.

Does the book remind you of another book you have read?

Do any of the characters remind you of someone in your life? Tell us about them.

How are the characters, setting, and problems connected to your life?

What surprised you?


Who is the most interesting character? Why?

Who is the most important character? Why?

How does one of the characters change? Why?

Are the characters believable? Why or why not?


What is the story problem? How do you think it might be solved?

What was the most important part in the story? Why?

What are the order of the events in the story?

What lesson does the story teach us about life?

Do you think the story really could have happened? Why?

How does the author provide information or details to make the story seem realistic?

Make a sketch or picture of an event from the book.


What is the author’s message in the book?

What does the story mean to you?

Why did the author write this story?

What is the author really trying to say?


What are some interesting words, phrases, or sentences in the story?

What were some of the strongest words the author used?


What is your favorite illustration? Why did you choose it?

What do the illustrations add to the story?


What is the genre of this book?

How do you know?

Is this text a good example of this genre? Why?

How was this book like other books you’ve read in this genre?

Questions to support Non-Fiction Comprehension

How does the title tell you about this text?

How do headings and subheadings help you find information in this text?

What information is provided through illustrations? (drawings, diagrams, maps, charts, etc)

What text features are referenced in this book? (table of contents, index, glossary, etc).