Read, write, and discover facts about the women’s rights movement with a reading passage and comprehension worksheet pack.
Women’s Rights Comprehension Passages
Celebrate Women’s History Month in your classroom with this resource about the Women’s Rights Movement, a period in American history in which women bravely fought and won their right to vote.
In this group of worksheets, students will read an informational passage about the Women’s Rights Movement. They’ll practice word recognition and decode unknown words and phrases through context clues. They’ll answer questions about women’s suffrage and the 19th amendment to secure their reading comprehension. This download includes
- Women’s Rights Reading Passage (Lexile 600 – 710)
- 5 Question Written Response to Reading Worksheet
- Women’s Rights Facts – True or False Worksheet.
An answer key is included with this resource for easy grading.
Ways to Use This Reading Comprehension Passage
This download is more than a worksheet!
In addition to being an inspiring historical figure to study during Women’s History Month, use these worksheets as a:
- Fast finisher activity
- Reading center activity
- Post-lesson exit ticket
- Homework assignment
- Whole-class review (via smartboard)
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