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Comprehension of story 11

FITZROY WORD SKILLS


SHEET 11F
THIS ACTIVITY SHEET IS BASED ON THE TEXT – IT IS DESIGNED TO BE USED SOON AFTER READING THE STORY

Subjects for discussion. BEFORE PASSING OUT PENCILS SPEECH SKILLS

 What do you call the babies of dogs, cats, pigs and hens?
 What other animals could there be on a farm?
Fill each gap below. Use the word from the story. CLOZE EXERCISE

Ⓐ “Who are ?”
Ⓑ “You are a dog I ,” said Peg.
Ⓒ “I can jump very ,” said Dan.
Ⓓ “You are a very big too.”
ADVANCED STUDENTS MAY USE EXERCISE
Questions to be read out to students. BOOKS TO WRITE FULL SENTENCE ANSWERS
NUMERALS MAY BE USED
1. How many animals are there in this story?

2. What did Peg the pig roll in?

3. Which animal thought he could jump well?

4. Which animal was pecking?

5. Which animal sat very still?

6. Who said Peg the pig could roll very well?

7. Who said Con the cat could sit very still?

8. Who said the hen had lots of food to peck?

9. Who said Dan the dog could jump on the log?


10. Which two animals told each other they
were very fit?
FITZROY WORD SKILLS STORIES 11-20 SUPPLIED BY FITZROY PROGRAMS www.fitzprog.com.au
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