Easel by TpT
DID YOU KNOW:
Seamlessly assign resources as digital activities

Learn how in 5 minutes with a tutorial resource. Try it Now  

OVERVIEW

Interactive resources you can assign in your digital classroom from TpT.
Learn about Easel
TOOLS

Easel Activities
Pre-made digital activities. Add highlights, virtual manipulatives, and more.
Easel Assessments
Quizzes with auto-grading that will be available for purchase on TpT soon.
Total:
$0.00

You Selected:

Keyword

read-opoly

Sort by

Formats

See All Formats

All Formats

Grades

Other

Subjects

English Language Arts
Holidays/Seasonal
Specialty

Prices

Resource Types

See All Resource Types

All Resource Types

Don't see what you looking for?
Some filters moved to Formats filters, which is at the top of the page.
Results for

read-opoly

16 results
Sort:
Relevance
View:
This game is a fun way to get students talking about what they read! The game cards have students answering questions about character, setting, summary, problem, solution and so much more. Many of the questions are higher order thinking questions! Use this game as an alternative to a book report, d
This is a fun way to practice beginning blends! There are 2 different sets of game cards to practice this skill at 2 different levels In this game, students can practice identifying beginning blends or words with the same beginning blend sound as a given picture. The reading/language arts game c
This is a fun way to practice r-controlled vowels!In this game, students practice identifying the correct spelling of a given picture.The reading/language arts game can be used for literacy stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. Printables are included to assess learning.This ga
As teachers we all encourage our students to read at home daily. But do they really? How can we hold them accountable? Here is an in-class reading game that is sure to motivate your students to read at home! READOPOLY is fashioned after the classic game Monopoly but with a reading twist! Student
This game board features various genre spaces and as the student reads a book fitting that category, the teacher will sign/stamp the corresponding space. The idea is to encourage students to branch out and read a variety of books from various genres. I have always explained that collecting a signatu
This is a fun way to practice short vowels!In this game, students practice identifying words with the same short vowel sound as a given picture.The reading/language arts game can be used for literacy stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. Printables are included to assess learnin
This is a fun way to practice beginning sounds! There are 2 different sets of game cards to practice this skill at 2 different levels In this game, students can practice identifying beginning sounds or words with the same beginning sound as a given picture. The reading/language arts game can be
This is a fun way to practice long vowels! In this game, students practice identifying words with the same long vowel sound as a given picture. The reading/language arts game can be used for literacy stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. Printables are included to assess lea
Have you been looking for a way to hold your students accountable for their independent reading, yet still be fun and engaging? Well, that is why I created this product. My district doesn't do AR, and with the demands for our curricula, I don't always have time check in with students about their ind
A letter home explaining how Read-opoly works!
This is a fun way to practice number words! In this game, students practice identifying the word for a given number as they move around the game board. The reading/language arts game can be used for literacy stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. Printables are included to as
This is a fun way to practice color words! In this game, students practice identifying color words of a given picture as they move around the game board. The reading/language arts game can be used for literacy stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. Printables are included to
28-day reading challenge packet! A fun way to keep children reading at home! ***Pairs with the Readopoly board
28-day at home reading challenge!
A Language arts unit based around a Monopoly board. This includes 36 lessons, 6 lessons each for reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and visual representing.
Grades:
3rd
This is an incredible way to engage your students in strengthening their reading! Kids will LOVE the game board aspect of Read-opoly!Students will choose from a variety of game player pawns (all students can find themselves represented!). You get to choose how many turns students take per day. On e

showing 1-16 of 16 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up