These are no prep-self correcting digital Boom Card questions for the novel "Blood on the River: James Town 1607" by Elisa Carbone. It is a complete set of 6 Boom Card decks with a total of 110 comprehension questions. Each deck has 20 questions, except the last deck which has 10 question.
Help keep your students engaged and accountable as the read each chapter. These text dependent questions encourage students to take a closer look at the reading. Some questions require more than one correct answer so students are a bit more challenged as they think through their responses. Students receive instant feedback on their answer choices.
Teachers can save valuable time and energy by using paperless Boom Learning digital task cards. These are truly no prep. Teachers no longer have to run off worksheets, staple pages together, collect student work, or even grade papers. Digital BOOM CARDS have a built in answer key and the ability to track student responses.
Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy. "with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress.