Do you want a fun way to sneak in some comprehension practice after a read aloud? This True False Comprehension game is just the ticket! Your students will unknowingly be practicing their comprehension as they play. Use this as a center activity, in small groups or even as a class competition. I've even used the numbered cards as a scoot game. Your kids will love it!
This true and false game was created to use with the book A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting.
* 1 set of 48 question cards with answers on them
* 1 set of 48 question cards without answers
* 1 spinner
* 1 game board
* 1 answer key
* 1 direction page.
* You can take out any questions your students may not be ready for.
******PRODUCT UPDATED JULY 2016******
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