This activity contains 2 levels of compare & contrast cards: one with visuals and one with text. It can be used for students as young as pre-K and as old as middle school! There is a wide variety of items/ideas! It also contains a chart that can be used to teach this skill and as a visual prompt for students working toward independence in discussing relationships between objects.Contains:-35 pairs of pictures to compare/contrast. -written cues for similarities (blue text) and differenc...
This is a reader's response activity that goes along with The Gingerbread Man by Jim Aylesworth and The Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell. These two similar stories are great to use when teaching your students to compare and contrast. After reading, students can use the pocket chart activity to practice identifying story elements that are unique to each story and elements that occurred in both stories.
This Compare and Contrast Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts Game is an interactive way to reinforce this reading comprehension skill. Firsthand and secondhand accounts are not easily found for grade levels but this game is low prep for the busy teacher
Thirty-six sheets with two items on each sheet (72 items in all) to compare and contrast. List attributes that are the same in the middle of the Venn Diagram and attributes that are different in the outer circle of the Venn Diagram. Twelve Sheets with 6 items on each sheet (72 items in all) to cut apart and use as individual flashcards that can be manipulated.