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A reading lesson for early readers.
 

MAX AND THE SCARY DOG

 

An elementary reading comprehension printable worksheet on a story about Max and the scary dog. The story is appropriate for individual or guided reading.  Use this lesson to help build reading skills and reading readiness.  Also good for general reading practice.

 

Objectives:

  • Students will be able to demonstrate and improve basic reading skills, including beginning reading, comprehension, and meaning.

Reading Level:

Children beginning to read on their own.

 

Suggested Grades:

Kindergarten - 1st Grade - Second Grade

 

 

 

 

 

PRINTABLE DOG STORY READING WORKSHEET

 

Directions:

Print Max and the Scary Dog reading comprehension passage and questions (see below).

 

Students should read the story, then answer multiple choice and fill in the blank questions about the story.  For beginning readers, teachers or parents may read the story along with the students, and help them answer the questions.

 

 

Text from the story:

"The dog jumped and barked. Max stepped behind his brother. The dog was big and hairy. It was loud and its teeth looked sharp.

"Don't be scared, Max," Ben said. "The dog is behind the fence. He can't jump over it."

Max's knees shook and his tummy hurt. "I'm not scared," Max said, but he was. He walked quickly. He was glad he wasn't alone. Ben was brave.

"There is the mailbox," Ben said.

Max looked. He dropped the letter into the opening. "Now we can go home," he said. He turned around and started to walk.

"Wait," Ben said. "You will have to walk home alone."

Max stopped. "Why?" He stared at his brother.

"I am going to Pam's house to do my homework," said Ben.

"Will you walk me home first?" Max asked.

"No. You said you weren't scared" Ben said.

"I'm not scared" Max said.

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READING PRINTABLES

Max and the Scary Dog

Printable reading worksheet for this lesson.

Includes reading passage, and comprehension questions activity exercise.

 

 

 

 

 

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