This colorful game allows students to practice identifying adverbs that compare. Students read a sentence on a card and identify the correct adverb that compares.
Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end, wins!
This game goes along with Grade 3 Reading Street. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to play the game.
This is easy to assemble.
title and label for file folder,
anchor chart for adverbs that compare,
24 task cards,
an answer key.
Rules for Scoot
Student Response Sheet
I like to use a penny for students to flip. Heads-move one space; tails-move two spaces. You may want to use a die. I use a penny because it is cheap and files flat! You decide which you want to use and print the proper rules included.
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