A MESS STORY READING WORKSHEET
It's a Mess reading comprehension passage
and questions (see
Students should read the story,
then answer multiple choice and fill in the blank questions about the story. For beginning readers,
teachers or parents may read the story along with the students, and help
them answer the questions.
Text from the story:
"Your room is a
mess!" Dad said.
Jenny was surprised. "But
I just cleaned it," she said. She looked
"Then why are your books on the floor?"
Dad took a book from the top of a neat pile.
He looked at it and put it down again.
Jenny tapped the book to make it even again.
"This pile is for the books I have already
read." Jenny touched a different pile
of books. "This pile is for the books
have to read."
"Oh," Dad said. "Well, why
are your socks on the back of your chair?"
Jenny looked. They were her best pair of striped
socks. They had blue toes. "I only wore
them for a little while. They don't need washing.
I put them there so I can wear them again.
"Oh," said Dad. "Well, what
about your colored pencils? They're all over
It's a Mess
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Includes reading passage, and
comprehension questions activity exercise.
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