Compare and Contrast Activities

(7 customer reviews)

$5.00

Use Google and Seesaw to boost your student’s reading comprehension strategies with these compare and contrast activities. A really COOL video about compare and contrast is included! Because we may not get the chance to have real anchor charts, An engaging video with a minilesson is included in each of my reading strategies downloads.

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Description

Use Google and Seesaw to boost your student’s reading comprehension strategies with these compare and contrast activities. A really COOL video about compare and contrast is included! Because we may not get the chance to have real anchor charts, An engaging video with a minilesson is included in each of my reading strategies downloads.

Compare and Contrast Activities Included:

Digital Resources for Seesaw and Google

  • A video mini-lesson on compare and contrast
  • Four reading passages
  • Movable pieces for more student engagement
  • Audio for beginning readers

Traditional Resources

  • Four different reading passages with a cut and paste Venn diagram
  • Stock photos for compare and contrast introduction

Check out a video preview of this product here.

How do I use this product to teach Compare and Contrast?

These activities come preloaded onto Seesaw. All you need to do is add the slides to your Seesaw account with one click. Full instructions included. Learn more about Seesaw here. And add this to your Google Classroom. These activities are on Google Slides. Use the traditional activities either in your literacy stations or as a whole group. Perfect for both distance learning and a socially distant classroom.

How are the Seesaw slides organized?

Save to your library and then download all the activities at once or a day at a time.

Now with Google Slides too!

Because Google Classroom is a necessity, simply assign the slides to your students. 

See what others are saying about the reading strategies activities:

I used this during a mini-lesson on cause and effect via distance learning. Worked perfectly for my students with disabilities. – Kimberly K.

Great activities! They are user friends and not too overwhelming for families. Thank you! -Shannon Y.

Very user friendly for both teacher and student. -Catherine W.

7 reviews for Compare and Contrast Activities

  1. Heather B. (verified owner)

    Loved this resource and the video!

  2. Kay A. (verified owner)

    This is a great resource, easy for my firsties to use while diatance learning. Format is very engaging.

  3. Erin J. (verified owner)

    My students loved this and were highly engaged!

  4. yesenia R. (verified owner)

    Awesome resource.

  5. Miranda M. (verified owner)

    This was a great resource for my students to help build understanding of what it means to compare and contrast

  6. LaKisha M. (verified owner)

    This was one of the best resources I’ve purchased. The video is extremely helpful for my students (I have a mixed group of gen, ESOL, and SPED). All of my students were able to complete this with little to no help. I added audio for the reading on the slides I used. Thank you for such a great resource.

  7. Kelli R. (verified owner)

    This helped introduce the compare and contrast skill to my third graders. We are fully remote and it was a nice review on how to compare and contrast in an engaging way.

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