Reading Review Bingo is a great way to review story content AND reading strategy/skill application!
This fun and educational game can be easily applied to ANY text (fiction or nonfiction) with a narrative structure.
This game puts a fun spin on typical reading review, and you can use it again and again with multiple texts throughout the year!
Perfect for practicing the use of multiple skills and strategies with a single text (as students are expected to do on PARCC, AIR, Smarter Balanced, and other state standardized assessments).
Review the following skills and strategies with ANY narrative text:
compare and contrast
point of view
text to self connections
text to text connections
Game play basics: 25 general skill/strategy questions are cut up and placed in a bag. The teacher pulls one question at a time and reads it aloud. Students first answer this question on their student answer sheets, and then mark off the square for this question on their bingo cards. Play until a student gets a bingo, or until multiple students have had a chance to win. The longer the game is played, the more concepts are reviewed!
-35 randomized student bingo cards
-set of teacher cards and questions
-4-page student worksheet to complete as game is played
If you're interested in additional randomized bingo cards, let me know!