Help! How Do I Build Reading Comprehension Without Boring Q/A?
Do you ever feel like you are stuck in a rut with helping your student develop better reading comprehension? Well, give one of these options a try and mix it up!
Word Ladder: In this game, players start with one word and try to turn it into another word by changing one letter at a time.
BINGO: Create BINGO cards with sight words or vocabulary words and have players find and read the words.
Scavenger Hunt: Hide words or short sentences around the room and have players find and read them.
Reading Charades: Players take turns acting out a word or short sentence for others to guess.
Word Jumble: Give players a set of jumbled letters and have them unscramble the letters to form a word or sentence.
Flashcards: Create flashcards with sight words or vocabulary words and have players practice reading them.
Read and Draw: Give players a short passage to read and then have them draw a picture based on what they read.
Read and Respond: Have players read a short passage and answer questions about what they just read.
Reading Race: Time how long it takes players to read a short passage and see who can read it the fastest.
These games are fun and interactive ways to practice reading skills while also keeping the focus on learning.