Teaching kids the difference between real and make-believe is vital, and it isn't always as easy as it seems. Sometimes children have a difficult time determining whether something is real or make-believe. These real or make-believe games and activities make learning fun and interesting. These games and activities are easy to prepare and set-up- just print and you're ready to go! These games and activities can be use as whole group, small group, stations, task cards or assessments. For nonreaders, the colorful picture cards show either a real or make-believe picture that the students will love. For beginning readers, the easy to read sentences on the story cards will keep them interested and thinking. There is an assessment form, teachers can use to evaluate student learning. There is also student cards students can use to hold up to show their answers during whole group or small group time. This makes informal assessments easy for the teacher. These cards are very versatile and can be used in many ways. If you are looking for something fun and entertaining yet also meaningful, this real or make-believe learning set will be perfect to have in your classroom.