This game is a fun way to get students talking about what they read! The game cards have students answering questions about character, setting, summary, problem, solution and so much more. Many of the questions are higher order thinking questions!
Use this game as an alternative to a book report, during guided reading groups or as a literacy center.
Students read a book (independently, in a book club or reading group) and then play the game to practice reading skills. Students who are playing the game together do not have to have read the same book! Hearing about another student's book might help a student to pick a new book to read!
The game could be played over and over as students read new books. This would be a great incentive for some students!
Try some of my other ELA products:
Third Grade Vocabulary Builders Unit 1
Reading Response Menus
ELA Task Card Bundle- 240 Task Cards!
Bundle of EDITABLE Flaps for Interactive Notebooks: Reading, Language and Math