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- This is a heavily discounted MEGA bundle of all of the reading centers and games for 4th and 5th grade that I have available in my TeachersPayTeachers store. Here are the bundles included in this MEGA bundle (click on each resource to read more about the centers included):Fiction Reading Comprehensi$114.00$226.00Save $112.00
Do you need engaging and low prep reading centers for upper elementary? This BUNDLE includes 47 reading centers with texts. The reading centers are rigorous and engaging and even your more reluctant readers will enjoy reading with these reading games.
- Fiction Roll and Answer Reading Centers: 10 Centers
- NonFiction Roll and Answer Reading Centers 10 Centers
- Paired Passages Reading Centers 8 Centers
- Reading Centers with Gameboards 19 Centers
There are four different types of reading centers in this file.
- The reading centers with gameboards come with gameboards with questions typed on the gameboard.
- The roll and answer reading centers are simply the students rolling dice to answer questions. The roll and answer reading centers can be gamified further by turning them into a BUMP style game where the students can bump each other off of spaces.
- The paired passage centers have two styles: five game boards and three with task cards.
Check out each product (using the links above) to see more specifics about the reading centers in each resource.
Each center in this bundle includes a text (or two paired texts) and text-dependent questions. I created these reading centers because I wanted my students to read lengthier, more complex passages (versus task cards) in their reading centers.
These reading centers would work great for reading test prep centers, reading stations, and partner reading.
There are several options for how you can use these games in your classroom:
Print the passages, and give them to the students at the beginning of the week. Have the students read the passages prior to going to the center. Then when they come to the center, they are ready to play the “game” and answer the questions. The passages could even be read as a whole class or sent home for homework.
This option works well if the students will have a chance to go to the center 2-3 times a week. The first day, the students will read the passages and discuss. Then on the 2nd or 3rd day, the students will “play” the game.
Want even more reading games and activities? Check out these resources that are NOT included in this bundle!