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Reading with Accuracy 3

In this worksheet, students are encouraged to read aloud texts that are consistent with their developing phonic knowledge.

'Reading with Accuracy 3' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:  Read Aloud

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

You have learned a lot about sounds so far.

Look at this picture. 

Which sentence is correct? Read the words out loud:

 

 

This insect has three legs and is green.

This insect has many legs and is brown/grey.

 

 

This insect is not green and has more than three legs!  

 

In this worksheet you will need to read carefully to work out the clues.

Look at this picture.

 

Read the clues out loud.

Which clues are about this animal?

This animal is striped and looks like a horse.

This animal has golden fur and a hairy mane.

Look at this picture.

Read the clues out loud.

Which clues are about this animal?  

This animal has golden fur and a hairy mane.

This animal has long legs that are built for speed.

Look at this picture.


 

Read the clues out loud.

Which clues are about this animal?

This animal is the largest land mammal in the world.

This animal has arms that are longer that its legs. It spends a lot of time walking on all fours.

Look at this picture.


 

Read the clues out loud.  

Which clues are about this animal?

This animal is a predator and hunts in a team to find food.

This animal eats only plants and is called a herbivore. It uses its horn for defence.

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

Elephants live in Africa and Asia.

Elephants can swim. They use their trunk to breathe like a snorkel when in the water.

Elephants are the largest living land animal.

Elephants like to eat penguins.

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

Giraffes live in the Antarctic.

Giraffes have four stomachs. This helps them digest their food.

An adult giraffe weighs the same as a bicycle.

Giraffes have long, hairy, black-purple tongues.

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

Lions rest for up to 20 hours a day.

The roar of a lion can be heard from 8 kilometres away (5 miles).

Lionesses are better hunters than the males, and do nearly all the hunting.

Lions eat mainly small plants and twigs.

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

Tigers are the largest member of the cat family.

Tigers can't swim.

Tigers usually hunt in groups.

Tigers can easily jump over 5 metres.

  • Question 1

Look at this picture.

 

Read the clues out loud.

Which clues are about this animal?

CORRECT ANSWER
This animal is striped and looks like a horse.
  • Question 2

Look at this picture.

Read the clues out loud.

Which clues are about this animal?  

CORRECT ANSWER
This animal has long legs that are built for speed.
  • Question 3

Look at this picture.


 

Read the clues out loud.

Which clues are about this animal?

CORRECT ANSWER
This animal has arms that are longer that its legs. It spends a lot of time walking on all fours.
  • Question 4

Look at this picture.


 

Read the clues out loud.  

Which clues are about this animal?

CORRECT ANSWER
This animal eats only plants and is called a herbivore. It uses its horn for defence.
  • Question 5

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

CORRECT ANSWER
Elephants live in Africa and Asia.
Elephants can swim. They use their trunk to breathe like a snorkel when in the water.
Elephants are the largest living land animal.
EDDIE SAYS
Elephants don't eat penguins! They can spend up to 16 hours a day eating twigs, bamboo, leaves and roots.
  • Question 6

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

CORRECT ANSWER
Giraffes have four stomachs. This helps them digest their food.
Giraffes have long, hairy, black-purple tongues.
EDDIE SAYS
Giraffe's dont live in the Antarctic, they live in Africa. An adult giraffe is much heavier than a bicycle - a male can weigh the same as a pickup lorry (about 1400 kg)!
  • Question 7

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

CORRECT ANSWER
Lions rest for up to 20 hours a day.
The roar of a lion can be heard from 8 kilometres away (5 miles).
Lionesses are better hunters than the males, and do nearly all the hunting.
EDDIE SAYS
Lions are carnivores so they eat a variety of other animals such as gazelle, giraffe, rhinoceros and hippopotamus.
  • Question 8

Look at this picture.


 

Read the facts below.

Tick the ones that are true.

CORRECT ANSWER
Tigers are the largest member of the cat family.
Tigers can easily jump over 5 metres.
EDDIE SAYS
Tigers are great swimmers and unlike lions they usually hunt alone at night.
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