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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

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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

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Reading Comprehension Game for any Story! 2nd-4th grade

This is a cool idea because it could be used for virtually any book/story. It is a fun and engaging way to get students to comprehend and retell the key parts of a story!

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Unique Activities to Boost Reading Comprehension

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

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Read-Opoly: A Reading Comprehension Game

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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