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6 Comprehension Board Games - Level 2

Item: 305213

$ 34.95
Item #:  305213
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Teach A Range Of Reading Comprehension Strategies With These Six Games

Help children to become reflective readers with this set of six board games that encourage students to reflect on their own understanding and learning. Topics include Context, Inference, Narrative Text, Nonfiction, Predicting Outcomes, and Vocabulary.

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Read and comprehend complex literaryand informational texts independently andproficiently with understanding of key ideas and details,craft and structure, and integration of ideas and details.
Brand:
Didax
Grade Level:
Grades: 4-6
Details:
  • 6 laminated game boards
    Size: 17" by 12" each

  • 20 counters and 1 die

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2 Star
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3 Stars

Good Idea, but Imperfect

This is something that I use from time to time with small, teacher-directed groups The kids enjoy it, but my biggest complaint is that there are actually quite a few typos throughout the game. It doesn't seem to have been produced very carefully. As the previous reviewer said, it would be more versatile if some kind of answer key were included.
2/16/2017
By Reading Lady from , PA
1 Star

No direction

The board game does not have a set of answers. My hope was to have different learning groups play the games on a Friday, but without answer sheets, I would have to monitor each group myself or have an adult to supervise. The concept is a good one, but needs direction for a classroom.
1/6/2013
By Sophie from LA, CA
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