Reading Comprehension Crafts: Creating Sensory Images Reading Response Activity
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Teaching students to create sensory images is crucial to their reading comprehension of both nonfiction and fiction texts. These reading comprehension crafts are a fresh, hands on and unique way students can visually see the creating sensory images reading strategy broken down for them. It is an alternative to reading response that will help you to reach all learners in your classroom.
These reading crafts require little to no prep, and the only materials needed are scissors and glue.
3 Creating Sensory Images Crafts:
- Sensory Images Thought Bubble Book: Students fill in each thought bubble page with a drawing of what they were able to picture from text that evoked each sense, along with what was in the text.
- Sensory Images Lift the Flap: Students record text that made them create sensory images with an accompanying drawing.
- My Sensory Movie Reel: Students illustrate sensory images and record the text evidence onto their film strip.