Thank goodness it is Friday! The first week back from break is always the longest! I am here with a freebie that I hope will save you a TON of time. In addition to my freebie, I am participating in a blog hop with 14 other bloggers that I blog with over at Fifth Grade Freebies! Each one of us has a freebie for you today that we hope will save you some time! AND you can stop by the Fifth Grade Freebies Blog to enter for a chance to win THREE $25 Gift Certificates!
For quite some time I have wanted to create roll and answer games that my students could play in Reading. We have them for Math and Language already, and the kids love them. I love them because they are super easy to learn, play, and they are engaging. Since the directions never change, the students are able to focus on the skills, instead of learning a new set of directions. To read more about my Math Roll and Answer Centers and grab a few Math Freebies, click here.
This can be a 2, 3 or 4 player game. The students can even play this independently. The students roll two dice, add up their number, and then find their roll on the game board. They answer the question and initial their square if they get it correct. The students could write or discuss the answers with their partner. These reading roll and answer games were created to work with any text the students are reading. You can use it with a story or a passage. Take a look!
I created two versions: Reading Literature Standards and Reading Informational Standards. They are also available in color and black and white. Click on any of the images to download your copy today!