Reading Response Worksheets for Fiction and Non-Fiction Texts

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These Reading Response Worksheets feature a unique and engaging “Must Do, Choose Two” system to ensure your students cover important fiction and non-fiction reading skills while also developing independence. Each worksheet includes eight reading response activities. Students complete the first two activities and then choose which two of the following six activities to complete.


These Reading Response Must Do, Choose Two boards include both fiction and non-fiction/informational reading response activities.

Both British and US spellings are included in this resource. 

The following fiction reading skills are covered:

  • Make Connections
  • Determine Importance
  • Character Analysis
  • Ask Questions
  • Visualise
  • Inference
  • Theme
  • Plot
  • Sequence
  • Summarise
  • Point of View
  • Cause and Effect
  • Evaluate
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Creative Thinking
  • Vocabulary
  • Genre

The following non-fiction reading skills are covered:

  • Author’s Purpose
  • Text Features
  • Vocabulary
  • Main Idea
  • Summarise
  • Ask Questions
  • Make Connections
  • Organisation of Ideas
  • Prior Knowledge
  • Find Specific Details
  • Research Skills
  • Fact or Opinion

Suggested Use:

  • Model how to use this resource. Show your expectations for how to set out their answers in their exercise book (or on a digital device).
  • Print and give to students as a worksheet to complete. Students use coloured pencils to show the question’s that they have completed.
  • Alternatively, laminate the Must Do, Choose Two boards and give students whiteboard markers/dry erase markers to mark the questions they have completed.


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