Presidents' Day Task Cards- Fact & Opinion, Generalizations, Vocabulary & More

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Presidents' Day Task Card
24 Informational Text Reading Comprehension Task Cards

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Review and assess the following skills with your students:
Generalizations
Fact and Opinion
Cause and Effect
Synonyms & Antonyms
Context Clues
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Presidents' Day is coming up quickly. Looking for an educational and engaging way to incorporate fun facts about U.S. Presidents and the history of Presidents' Day in your classroom? Use these 24 Reading Comprehension Task Cards in your classroom. Includes nonfiction reading passages on the history of Presidents' Day and many U.S. Presidents. Skill-based questions are included for each passage. Task cards can be used in many ways. They are excellent for independent practice, center activities, or a SCOOT GAME.

Included are SCOOT GAME directions and Mind-Break Cards if you have more students than cards. My students love completing the Mind-Break Cards! Also this product includes an answer sheet for students to record answers and an answer key for you to check their work.

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Scoot Directions
24 Task Cards
4 Mind-Break Cards
Answer Sheet
Answer Key
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18
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Presidents' Day Task Cards- Fact & Opinion, Generalization
Presidents' Day Task Cards- Fact & Opinion, Generalization
Presidents' Day Task Cards- Fact & Opinion, Generalization
Presidents' Day Task Cards- Fact & Opinion, Generalization