Here are 30 "chips" to use for discussing literature and assessing reading comprehension.
I made these chips for the purpose of printing onto sticker paper and then applying to plastic poker chips - after reading a story you can then pass out a chip to each student or have them draw from a bag of chips. They are made to fit onto a standard plastic poker chip, but I cannot guarantee they will fit all chips.
Other ideas for using these chips:
-printing onto cardstock, laminating, and attaching to popsicle sticks to draw from for discussion questions after reading.
-printing, laminating, and attaching magnets to the back to use with dry erase boards or chalkboards.
-students draw a chip from a bag and use it as a reading response journal prompt.
-And many more!
Note: These are the same comprehension questions as in my Reading Comprehension Task Cards, only in a different format.
Thank you for looking!