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Winner Wednesday {6.3.15}

 I am so excited to be a part of A Dab of Glue Will Do’s Winner Wednesday linkup!

I am picking a new item for Winner Wednesday this month! It’s my READ, ROLL, WRITE Comprehension Dice Game!



Your students will be READING, ROLLING, and WRITING with this fun activity.





It’s super simple, gets your kiddos engaged, and helps with reading comprehension.

Here’s how it works:
Copy the two papers (that have the lines and dice on them) front to back. 

Make enough copies to keep for a center activity. 

You can also use this as a buddy activity or for independent practice.

Students need to roll the di to see what kind of question they’ll answer.
If they roll a ONE, they’ll answer a WHO question…so on and so forth.


Students can write their answers on the lines provided on these sheets.








In this example, I rolled a THREE. I had to answer a WHEN question about the picture book I was reading. I chose to answer the question on the strip of paper. I wrote my answer in a complete sentence on the paper from the center.













I have provided you with two sheets where students can answer one of each question. If they roll the same number twice, they’ll have to roll again until they get a different number. You can also use the pages that have blank dice. Your students can fill in the dice with the number they rolled, and then write in the W or H question.









You can keep the example questions in the center. There is one sheet with all of the questions.



You can also print each set of questions on cardstock, laminate them, and cut them into strips. You can keep these clipped together at the center. If a student rolls a ONE they can pick from the strips of paper to get their question. There is one blank strip. 


This can be laminated and students can write their own question. They can keep the question there for the next group of students to answer. You can also make this a teacher question that is more specific to the story that you’re reading.

You can use this activity for students who have finished a novel, for a quick picture book, literature circles, or another type of story you’re reading as a class. Don’t forget to attach the student directions!

If you want to grab this game RIGHT NOW, head on over to my shop! You can also enter to win a copy of this fun activity by entering in the Rafflecopter below!






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