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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.

Mrs. Truett's 3rd Grade: Adjectives! This is a really sweet way to work on adjectives AND increase students' self-image and confidence!

Have each student write an adjective on each classmate's work. This is a really sweet way to work on adjectives AND increase students' self-image and confidence.

Roll & Retell: Use during guided reading or with reading partners

With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story. Using the dice to decide the open ended question will keep the students interested and thinking about the literature elements.

The kids liked this game! They each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If theres extra time, they can use the word in a sentence:) 3D

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence

Vi arbejder med at udvide klassens ordforråd i 4 kl. Til det formål arbejdet vi med dagens ord - nu i ny individuel form ;-)

Vi arbejder med at udvide klassens ordforråd i 4 kl. Til det formål arbejdet vi med dagens ord - nu i ny individuel form ;-)

Arbeid med adjektiv. Tips til hvordan elevene kan variere og utvide bruken av adjektiv.

Arbeid med adjektiv. Tips til hvordan elevene kan variere og utvide bruken av adjektiv.

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This can be used with the upper grades too! I use this terminology with my little ones, but I also model it heavily and break it down into words they understand. For example: "What color or size do you want the cat to be?" "How do you want the cat to sit?" "Where do you want the cat to go?"

Expanding sentences to ten words or more. This would be a great lesson for my graders on how to add details and parts of speech to a simple sentence in their writing.

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