As teachers, we know that reading for meaning is a vital strategy. It helps all readers build the skills that proficient readers use to make sense of challenging texts. Without reading for meaning students are simply 'barking at print'. These 12 fun treasure hunts let children explore their creativity while encouraging them to read for meaning.
Children fill in the gaps by drawing pictures that make sense.
This means children need to constantly check for meaning.
Students love reading these aloud when they have finished them and they are sure to have a lot of fun.
Also Included are matching blank templates so that children wanting a challenge can write their own treasure hunt for their peers to solve.
12 Themes chosen by children include:
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