These comprehension activities for Magic Tree House Mummies in the Morning are perfect for beginning readers who aren’t ready for lots of writing!
Work on chapter comprehension, vocabulary, story elements, sequencing, and more… without requiring tons of written response!
This resource is designed to help your readers practice their reading comprehension skills with built-in differentiation for !
You can use these activities alongside the read aloud, audio book, or a child reading the text themselves. They are also great for assessments, literacy center worksheets, homework, and more!
Options for writing or drawing answers are provided, as well as offering multiple-choice questions to help students truly focus on COMPREHENSION and less on needing to write out their thoughts.
1. Chapter Comprehension Worksheets
- 10 sheets
- Simple to understand comprehension questions
- Vocabulary with picture clues
- Drawing space
- A predictions prompt
2. Story Elements Worksheets
Students will choose from a menu of different options to identify the setting, characters, problem, and solution. Three differentiated versions are provided:
- Multiple choice answers
- Free-writing/drawing space
- Writing prompts and lines.
3. Story Sequencing Worksheets
Students cut and paste 6 different sentences into the correct order, then draw a picture. Two levels are provided:
- Simpler sentences + vocabulary pictures
- Longer sentences and no pictures
4. “What Do You Know” Worksheet
Students identify information that they know about Ancient Egypt and mummies, write down questions, and identify sources of information they can use to learn more.
5. “A New Ending” Worksheet
Students can write or draw an alternate ending to “Mummies in the Morning.”
6. Vocabulary Matching
Help your students learn some of the trickier words included in these texts! Two levels are provided:
- Matching the vocabulary words to written definitions
- Matching the words to the picture clues.
- Both versions use the definitions and picture clues found on the Chapter Comprehension Worksheets.
I’ve added Guided Reading Prompts with scripts and questions to help you engage and assess student comprehension!
- Struggling readers/writers who love the Magic Tree House books, but cannot write long written responses
- Students who have listened to the audio book, but are not independent readers yet
- Reluctant writers/readers who need more engagement
- Guided reading groups
Many reading comprehension resources rely on students’ written answers. With this resource, you now have options for differentiating for struggling readers and writers, while engaging the whole class in these delightful books!