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Reading Comprehension

The most calls I receive as a tutor occur when parents find out their children’s standardized test scores. Typically upon receiving these scores, parents learn that their children’s reading comprehension score is not as high as they expected or would have liked. Whereas students tend to practice math facts regularly, they do not tend to practice reading passages accompanied by multiple choice and/or short answers. Practice can really be the answer to children developing better reading comprehension; increased skills naturally lead to higher scores.

At ABC Teach, parents and students can have free access to a variety of reading comprehension passages, follow-up questions, and answer keys. The categories break down to: Pre K/Kindergarten, K-2, 2-4, 4-6, and
Middle School/High School.

Read Julie’s article about it here.