Kitty the Cat—Reading Emergent-Reader Texts Worksheet

Grades
K
1
Standards
RF.K.4
Formats
PRINT+DIGITAL RESOURCE
This learning resource is available in interactive and printable formats. The interactive worksshet can be played online and assigned to students. The Printable PDF version can be downloaded and printed for completion by hand.
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About the Worksheet

This worksheet titled "Kitty the Cat" is a delightful reading comprehension exercise designed for early readers. It features a simple story about a cat named Kitty, accompanied by charming illustrations that help bring the text to life. The worksheet aims to reinforce basic reading skills while introducing young learners to descriptive language and engaging storytelling.

The interactive version of this worksheet allows students to read the story online and complete various interactive activities, such as labeling, matching, or drag-and-drop exercises related to the story's content. The printable PDF format offers a more traditional approach, enabling students to read the story and complete the accompanying exercises by hand.

What Will Your Child Learn Through This Worksheet?

Through this worksheet, your child will:

  • Practice reading simple sentences and short stories.
  • Develop comprehension skills by answering questions related to the story.
  • Expand their vocabulary by learning new words related to cats and their characteristics.
  • Enhance their observation skills by identifying specific details mentioned in the story.
  • Engage their imagination by visualizing the story's events through the accompanying illustrations.

Learning Outcomes

The learning outcomes for this worksheet are:

Cognitive:

  • Identify the main character and key details in the story.
  • Recall specific information about the cat's physical features and behaviors.
  • Demonstrate comprehension by answering questions related to the story's content.

Psychomotor:

  • Practice fine motor skills by coloring, tracing, or drawing based on the story's content.
  • Develop eye-hand coordination through interactive activities like drag-and-drop or matching exercises.

Affective:

  • Foster an appreciation for reading and storytelling.
  • Develop a positive attitude towards learning and engaging with educational materials.

Interpersonal/Social:

  • Encourage discussions and sharing of thoughts and ideas about the story with peers or family members.
  • Promote active listening and turn-taking during group activities related to the worksheet.

The learning outcomes are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely, ensuring that the worksheet effectively supports the development of essential reading and comprehension skills in young learners.

Tags

early reading, reading comprehension, interactive worksheet, printable worksheet, cat story, descriptive language, vocabulary building, observation skills, imagination, fine motor skills, cognitive skills, psychomotor skills, affective skills, interpersonal skills

Publisher: Workybooks
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Written by:Jacqueline Juliano
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Illustrated by: Workybooks Team

Common core standards covered

RF.K.4
Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.

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