This listing includes all parts you will need to create a Roll and Answer literacy center. Questions included in the center are:
What is the title of the book?
Who is the author?
Where is the setting?
Who is the illustrator?
Who are the characters?
Did you enjoy the story? Why or why not?
The center can be seen "in action" at my blog lifeinfirstgrade1.blogspot.com
Thank you for sharing a freebie I can use with my kiddos at home ;O)
January 8, 2013
January 5, 2013
I like this idea! I'm going to modify it a little to fit what we are working on.
November 7, 2012
Thanks so much! This will be a great addition to my classroom as I try to expand my centers.
November 3, 2012
I have been teaching first grade for twenty years. I love to work in center with my students, but sometimes the activites can get a little stale for me from year to year. I need to add a little spice! That's exactly was I have seen on your web site. Your passion for your profession is obvious!
I love this! It just *looks* fun, and will make kids want to answer those questions! :o) Such a simple way to make a worksheet come alive! I could see other versions of this, too, for later in the year, like "What is the problem in the story?", questions about Beginning, Middle, and End... etc. Thanks!!
August 21, 2012
Short, simple, & sweet but very effective in book discussions. Love it.
August 20, 2012
Great idea! Will be an easy, fun center to set up! Thank you!
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Hi, I love this game. Can you email me an editable copy if you don't mind? I teach Kindergarten, and may have to adapt the questions just a bit. I found the containers at Dollar Tree. Did you tape or glue the questions down in each little part of the containter? What are the directions to this activity? Do the kids toss the dice in that little empty container in the middle of the serving platter? And then do they write or draw the answer to the question on the recording sheet according to whatever the dice lands on? I would love to use this. Look forward to hearing from you soon.