This flipchart is on the Common Core read-aloud list for Kdg-1st grades. This title (Family Pictures) is also in an older 4th grade reading book.
I designed this flipchart since 4th graders are often required to work towards higher-thinking skills. Fourth graders often lag in this area since they can't remember what they've read. So, I created a series of literal comprehension flipcharts to address this problem.
I usually play a game with these questions using small erase boards, markers, erasers, and a copy of the story (older reading books). One student in a group of 4 desk partners is the captain and writes the answer of the small group after discussion. When all groups have answered, I ask them to show their board answers. I do allow them to look in their books for their answers. Points go to the teams with the correct answers. This is a safe environment since each answer is a group decision. Discussion can then flow around any misconceptions.
After checking answers, the board, marker, and eraser goes to the next person in each small group. We then go to the next question.
This is an excellent review before a reading assessment on the story Family Pictures. This would be a great activity for kdg-1st grade as well.