Context Clues Worksheets - Color It In
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- In need of no-prep reading comprehension practice activities? Try this twist on seek-and-find games! Students complete a reading comprehension activity then they get to color. Work then play is what these resources are all about! Each set offers your students a built-in brain break after each comprePrice $32.00Original Price $47.88Save $15.88
A twist on seek-and-find games! Students complete a context clue practice page, then find the matching image and color it in. Once all 5 are complete, their picture will be colored in! Work then play is what this resource is all about. It offers your students a built-in brain break after each context clue challenge!
Do your students enjoy coloring? Do they need a little brain break after working hard? Do they also need practice using context clues? If yes, this is perfect for you.
Context Clues - Color It In
- 5 engaging context clue practice pages - Students use their knowledge of context clues to identify the meaning of unfamiliar words
- After completing a practice page activity, students color the matching image found within the coloring page
- Zero prep - just print and go!
- Answer Key included
➞ What makes the Color It In resources special?
With built in brain breaks, students are able to finish a big task without feeling overwhelmed. They will receive excellent practice with important reading comprehension skills, while enjoying time to color. Student motivation will be at an all time high when you use these resources!
The student’s goal is to complete all 5 context clues worksheets to completely color in their cover page. You can keep track of their progress visually by noticing what has been colored on their cover page and what is still blank.
Students get practice to deepen their context clue skills!
Ideas for use... make it work your way:
Print one entire packet for each student to complete on their own either during centers, for homework, or as an early finisher extension activity.
Group students together to work on the reading tasks. They can collaborate to complete one page at a time, teacher checks for accuracy, then each group member colors their own copy of the cover page.
Print the cover page poster size so it is large. Hang it on the front board. Group students together to work on one page. Whichever group finishes first, with accuracy, gets to color in the corresponding image on the poster.
OR Print enough letter sized cover pages for each group - students work with their group to finish a task, teacher checks for accuracy, if correct, then the group colors the matching image in their cover page. The winning team fills in their entire coloring page first!
This context clues packet is also perfect to leave with substitutes!
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