This collection of EIGHT higher-level language and critical thinking flip books is perfect for students from upper elementary through middle school. Each of the 8 books in this set contains an original short story around which the following language activities are centered:
Emotions & Problem Solving
Answer questions about characters in the story to practice labeling and describing emotions
as well as perspective taking
. Use problem solving
skills to answer questions about alternative solutions to problems and solve hypothetical
Figurative Language & Vocabulary
Each story contains an idiom
related to the theme. Identify the meaning of the idiom from the options. Additionally, challenging vocabulary
words are listed for targeted practice.
See below for a list of idioms included in this specific set.
For each story, five WH questions
are provided in order to target auditory comprehension, recall, etc.
. Additionally, two inference
questions are provided to probe details which are not directly listed in the story.
•No Spring Chicken
•To Spring for Something
•To Spring Something on Someone
•To Spring to Mind
•The Grass is Always Greener on the Other Side
•Raining Cats and Dogs
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