These four no-prep reading games give great practice reading i-e words! And they're free!

Practice reading i-e words with these quick games!

Teach Your Child to Read - These four no-prep reading games give great practice reading i-e words! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Roll & Retell:  Fun way to discuss a story.  Link goes to PDF printable on Google Drive.  Thanks Fun-in-First blog!

With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story. Using the dice to decide the open ended question will keep the students interested and thinking about the literature elements.

GUIDED READING GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR COMPREHENSION - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Guided Reading Games and Activities for Comprehension

Fun comprehension game to use during guided reading or partner reading to get the students thinking about the story and building their comprehension skills.

Grab a ton of free guided reading games. Great for kindergarten and first grade small group reading work.

Teach Your Child to Read - Grab a ton of free guided reading games. Great for kindergarten and first grade small group reading work. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

These free games can be played with ELA, math or science vocabulary games! Perfect for reading or math centers!

10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words

Teach Your Child to Read - These free games can be played with ELA, math or science vocabulary games! Perfect for reading or math centers! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Literary Jenga | Grades 3-5 | Bloom's Taxonomy | Reading Literature

Literary Jenga: Reading Literature Activity for Grades 3-5

Bang! Sight Word Game - We made and played this last night but called it BAM instead of Bang. BAM! is so much more fun to say. lol Allie and Ethan both played and the BAM cards were a great equalizer. Ethan learned a few more of his words.

Sight Word Game - We made and played this last night but called it BAM instead of Bang. is so much more fun to say. lol Allie and Ethan both played and the BAM cards were a great equalizer. Ethan learned a few more of his words.

I have, Who has? card game for young kids to teach sight words, alphabet letters, shapes and more!

I Have Who Has Card Game

Easy to make game for developing vocabulary. Several other good muffin tin games at this post, too!: Could use math problems as well.

4 Super Fun & Easy Muffin Tin Reading Games

Kaboom! This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST HAVE!

This is easily the BEST CENTER GAME EVER! It's fun, engaging, easily adaptable to ANY content, and it never ends! It's the perfect activity for your fast finishers, and great for practicing math facts and sight words! Definitely a classroom MUST H

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