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Retelling

Elevate your storytelling skills with these captivating retelling ideas. Explore creative ways to breathe new life into classic tales and engage your audience with immersive narratives.
Roll and Retell Reading Comprehension Activity - I Can Teach My Child! Reading Comprehension Games, Rti Reading, Reading Assessment, First Grade Reading, Reading Response, Reading Centers, Reading Intervention, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies

This Roll and Retell Reading Comprehension Activity is helpful for engaging young readers to recall details about stories they have read or listened to! This activity is part of our 30 Days of Reading Fun for Beginning Readers series.

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Jenae {I Can Teach My Child!}
Learn 3 EASY ways to increase retelling skills in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade readers. These hands-on activities can be implemented at the small group reading table. Boost comprehension with these hands-on, visual, and tactile learning activities and lessons for students. Tactile Learning Activities, Retelling Activities, Comprehension Activities, Reading Activities, Reading Comprehension, Pattern Activities, Reading Resources, Reading Passages, Reading Lessons

Learn 3 EASY ways to increase retelling skills in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade readers. These hands-on activities can be implemented at the small group reading table. Boost comprehension with these hands-on, visual, and tactile learning activities and lessons for students.

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Miss DeCarbo
Story Elements Activities, Retelling Activities, Summary Activities, Event Activities, Kindergarten Activities, School Activities, Story Theme Activities, Preschool, Teaching Reading

Story elements are the five components that make up a story. They are the characters, setting, plot, conflict and resolution. These elements keep the story running smoothly and allow the action to develop in a logical way that the reader can follow. Retelling involves students orally reconstructing a story that they have read or has been read to them. A student's retell should include characters, settings, and events in the logical sequence of the story.

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Stephanie Holland