These tic tac toe games are designed to practice 200 common sight words. The dyslexia font is used to make the games more accessible for all students. Review list games also included. Two different backgrounds provided.To play: Take turns, as with normal tic tac toe.
These response to reading interactive bookmarks give students a convenient way to "Stop and Respond" to text. Students respond to text by taking notes about characters, events, settings, and more on the graphic organizers featured on these bookmarks.
These are generic questions that students can fill out for any novel that they are reading. Questions are based on all levels of Blooms Taxonomy and challenge students to think deeper about their book. The benefit is that students can choose what ever
Self-Monitoring Tales from Outside the Classroom: Self-Monitoring.When I first started as a reading teacher, I was shocked by the amount of errors my students made without self-correcting. Self-monitoring is pretty clear on it's own. It's monitoring y
Fiction Reading Comprehension Prompts - Tic Tac Toe Games
These tic tac toe games have reading comprehension prompts intended to help the students think deeper about what they're reading or listening to. There are two games for pre-reading, and three for each during and after reading. Just laminate them or slip them into a plastic sleeve so that they can be reused.