Hey Kids! What's the Author's Purpose?

Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
Hey Kids!  What's the Author's Purpose?
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This colorful file folder game allows students to practice identifying the author's purpose for a passage.

There are two versions of the game. Choose the one you want to use. I like to use a penny (heads-move one and tails-move two) because it is cheap and easy to store flat in the file folder. You can use a die, as well. This makes the game move along more quickly.

You may use just the task cards. A student recording sheet is included. Playing SCOOT with the task cards and recording sheet is also an option.

Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end, wins!

This colorful file folder game is a great way to review Author's Purpose! Great for literacy centers, individuals, fast finishers, or whole class.

Page 1: Cover Page (cut out and glue on the front of the file folder.
Page 2: What’s included?
Page 3: Learning Outcome
Page 4: Anchor Chart for Author’s Purpose (this can be laminated and stored in the file folder.
Page 5: Cut out game board and glue into inside of file folder.
Pages 6, 7: Cut out ONE set of rules (with mini anchor chart) you’d like to use and glue opposite game board
One version uses a penny, one version uses a die). I use a penny because it stores flat and is cheap! A die takes up more space in the file cabinet.
Pages 8, 9, 10, 11, 12: Laminate task cards and cut apart. Store in ziploc bag with a penny or die and game pieces. (I use colored paper clips or buttons as game pieces.)
Page 13: Cut out answer key, glue onto a piece of construction paper and laminate. Two labels: pick the ONE you want to use, depending on if you want to use a penny or a die. Tape on ziploc bag to store cards, die/penny, and game pieces. The tiny label is to glue or tape onto the tab of the file folder.
Page 14: Scoot Rules
Page 15: Student Response Sheet
Page 16: Thanks for downloading this product!

Laminate the file folder and store ziploc bag with game pieces, cards, and answer key inside the file folder.

This can be used in literacy centers, as a whole class (Scoot), or fast finishers / individuals to use task cards and student response sheet.

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There are many more GAMES at my store! Check them out. Teacherspayteachers.com/store/mrsdunawaysclassroom
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If you have questions, please contact me, Diane:diney64@gmail.com
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Not for public display.
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