Help your beginning Spanish readers “check in” by identifying letters in their names. The repetitive structure of these questions also helps build their confidence as readers.
Question of the Day for Beginning Readers allows your class to “check in” each day by sharing their response to a fun daily question. Students get to identify individual Spanish letters while also building confidence as readers. The 27 questions in this set contain patterned questions with high frequency words, allowing beginning readers to read the questions independently.
This set of questions allows students to share their response in one of two ways: with a name card in a pocket chart or by signing their name under their response. All 27 questions are presented in both formats in this set. (Response cards are 3.5"X3.5").
The information gathered from these questions can later be used during math to create graphs and to compare responses. This is a great way to make graphing meaningful to students!
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I have generic year-round sets, as well as question sets related to holidays and seasons. The questions are also available in English.
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