I love using this in my classroom! It gets the students interested in reading because the cube makes it more like a game.
This cube includes questions over sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste. It also has a side of the cube that asks students to connect what they are reading to real life. This can be used with any story to focus on imagery and sensory details.
I have found this to be most useful when I have students read a short story or a chapter in a novel with a partner, or when we are reading as a whole class. I have pages marked that I want students to stop at, and roll the cube. When they roll the cube, they write down the side of the cube they landed on, and then write the answers to the questions asked on that side. If students are working in partners, they can discuss what they are writing down. If it's whole class, I usually call on a student or two each time we stop to roll the cube.
I've found that my students who have attention problems love to do this because it's more interactive than a study guide. It also helps that it's something quiet they can have in their hands as we read.
This is designed to be printed on card stock paper and cut out for student use. I always have my first class cut them and tape them so it's fast and easy!