Are you looking for a fun way to assess the comprehension of your read alouds? 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!
* 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******
If you would like more information about this book, visit my blog post titled,
Franklin’s Halloween Teaching Ideas
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Shawna Devoe and The Picture Book Teacher is the sole creator of this product, True False Comprehension Game inspired by Franklin’s Halloween and does not claim endorsement or association with the creators of the CCSS or the WIDA ELD standards.
© Paper, graphics, borders & fonts created by Shawna Devoe 2016
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