When you draw conclusion you use: what you have read in the story and what you already know. Putting these two things together help you draw conclusions.
For example: When you read something like this: I sleep in a crib, drink from a bottle, but I cannot walk or talk. You would use what you already know to determine who is “speaking”. You know: babies sleep in cribs, they drink from a bottle, and they cannot walk or talk. So the “speaker” is a baby.
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Theme of a story
The theme of a story is its underlying message o f a story.
These worksheets contain stories that are fun to read and improve the young readers reading comprehension skills. They also teach the young reader valuable moral and ethical lessons.