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Reading Celebration Game

Elementary Matters

Elementary Matters

Grab this fun game to celebrate reading! It reviews important book features and story elements, along with some fun!
  • Digital product, downloadable

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Total Price: $29.19

Categories: 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, Reading, Writing
Product Type: N/A

Product Description

Grab this fun game to celebrate reading! It reviews important book features and story elements, along with some fun!

This is a great game for the end of the school year, or any time!

Open Ended Reading Celebration Game is a totally different type of reading game! It's designed to get the kids talking about their books. 

Like many board games, students need to perform a task before they can take their turn. The tasks include answering questions like Tell a fact you’ve learned from an information book, or Give a short summary of the book you’re reading now, or even Tell your favorite book character. Explain why this character was your favorite.

There are 32 question cards, 8 game cards, and 8 extra cards for you to make up your own questions.

Open Ended Reading Celebration Game is perfect for celebrating books at the end of the school year, or reading groups focused on books and comprehension.

It can be played as directed, or just use the cards randomly for book talks.

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Elementary Matters

I’ve spent much time studying brain research and how the brain learns, I’ve put the best of what I’ve learned into my products. We know that children learn best through social interaction, movement, visuals, repetition, emotional experiences, and connecting the information with something they already know. Most of my products are games or fun activities to practice skills. Plus, they have been favorites for my second graders!

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