ASSESSMENT-Game for comprehension In order to assess student comprehension, as well as their use of effective strategies to achieve comprehension, this dice game incorporates motivating games.
Reading Comprehension Game: Love This Site (I'm going to use many of these ideas)
Reading Comprehension Game for any Story! 2nd-4th grade More
Add generic comprehension questions to a Jenga game: Who was the main character? What was the climax of the story? What was the setting?
Read-Opoly! A fun game that gets students talking about books that they have read! This would be a great literacy center or a book report alternative.
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Reading Comprehension Question Cube- Neat idea for a lit circle activity. This activity would have students developing their own questions and curiosity. (TEAM)
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Throw the guided reading beach ball and whatever part your thumb lands on you answer that question