Focus: Comprehension- retelling Directions: Students will get in partners and roll the dice. They will retell based on what it lands on. Example: Student rolls a 4. "The story took place in Sue's backyard." Source: http://applefortheteach.blogspot.com/2014/03/roll-and-retell-building-summarizing.html

READING ACTIVITY An Apple For The Teacher: Roll and Retell - Building Summarizing, Communication, and Writing Skills after reading a book as a class students pair up or get in small groups and roll the dice and answer the questions.

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Guided Reading Games and Activities for Comprehension

Fun comprehension game to use during guided reading or partner reading to get the students thinking about the story and building their comprehension skills.

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.

Read-Opoly: A Reading Comprehension Game

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.

FREEBIE!  Reading cootie catchers are the perfect way to get a quick comprehension check.  Grab these for free on the Classroom Game Nook Blog.  www.classroomgamenook.blogspot.com

Reading cootie catchers are the perfect way to get a quick comprehension check! Also would be good use to help students practice their comprehension skills.

Need new ways to learn Vocabulary words? Check out these 10 fun hands on games for working on vocabulary words!

10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words

Every year I am shocked by my students' underdeveloped vocabulary. They struggle with reading comprehension because of their limited unde.

Reading Comprehension Activity

My daughter loves when we have storytime at our house. Every day we can easy read for minutes. Visits to our local library is alw.

Add generic comprehension questions to a Jenga game: Who was the main character? What was the climax of the story? What was the setting?

Unique Activities to Boost Reading Comprehension

Unique and fun way to do reading comprehension practice as a small or large group. Add generic comprehension questions to a Jenga game: Who was the main character? What was the climax of the story? What was the setting?

Throw the guided reading beach ball and whatever part your thumb lands on you answer that question

Reading Comprehension Activity - Throw the guided reading beach ball and whatever part your thumb lands on you answer that question

Short vowels reading fluency and sequencing puzzles that make reading fun and incorporates so many phonics skills!

Comprehension, Phonics, Fluency: Short vowels reading fluency and sequencing puzzles that make reading fun and incorporates so many phonics skills!

Reading Comprehension Story Cube

Reading Comprehension Story Cube: Question cubes can be used after reading a book aloud to measure student's comprehension of the story. It can also be used in small groups during literature circles.

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Literary Jenga: Reading Literature Activity for Grades 3-5

Teach 3rd grade reading comprehension skills with these common core discussion task cards. Each card has a stem question that can be used after reading any non-fiction or fiction text.

3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Common Core Task Cards

Teach grade reading comprehension skills with these common core discussion task cards. Each card has a stem question that can be used after reading any non-fiction or fiction text.

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