These twenty-eight question cards are perfect for using with a small group to start a discussion about story characters, setting, plot, story sequence, and so on. They are also great for individual student response to a story, as part of a center.
Print the cards on cardstock and laminate. They can be used over and over to promote comprehension skills with any fiction passage.
Have students in small group, or in whole class group, draw a card, think about the question, and use the text to prepare their answer. They can discuss their questions and answers with a partner before sharing with the group.
Students can also write their answers and then read the answer to the group. Writing answers first helps them to think through the answer and organize their thoughts so they are ready to share orally.
The comprehension question cards are also just right for using individually in a literacy center. Cards can be kept in a container or put on a ring for students to use.
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Reading Comprehension Toolbox for Any Book-Common Core Aligned