Really Good Stuff#ad - Active engagement: have all players answer on each turn to get the most engagement when playing the game. Triple the skills: three important reading skills are the focus of this versatile game: cause and effect, fact or opinion and context clues.
Select a deck: each card features a passage with multiple-choice questions to be answered. Difficulty level options: Customize this board game for reading comprehension to your students by adjusting for independent reading levels. Includes: 3 game boards 18" x 18", folds to 9" x 9" each; Storage box 10" x 10".
Super Duper Publications#ad - Cards are divided into two levels of difficulty level one - blue cards, #1–60, are 3–4 sentences long & Level Two - Red cards, #61–120, are 5–7 sentences long. Includes - sturdy storage box, game ideas, content cards, answer key, and Secret Decoder to check answers.
Teacher Created Resources#ad - Set of 225 cards: 75 calling cards & 150 answer cards. Includes easy directions for more learning time! Ready to go: this simple yet fun game takes almost no time to learn and set up.
For 2-6 players. Splat! can be easily modified to make it more or less challenging for the players. Within minutes of opening the box, young learners can be ready to compete and show what they know.
If two cards are matching, the player says SPLAT! And flips the card over. The first player to flip over all of their cards wins. Three color-coded decks make it easy to adapt the game for one-on-one practice or multiple players.
Edupress#ad - 2-6 players. Improve reading comprehension skills. Grades 3-5. Reading level 3. 5-5. 0 Players make their way from elementary school through college by reading story cards that ask them to infer something about the text.
Trend Enterprises#ad - Players learn to identify and define eight parts of speech traditional 5 x 5 grid format can be played eight ways to meet the needs of learners of all abilities Set includes: 36 playing cards, over 700 chips, caller's mat and cards, and a sturdy storage box Fun for large or small group use Ideal for teaching: 3rd Grade to 8th Grade Ages 8 to 13.
Edupress#ad - Reading level 3. 5-5. 0 Improve reading skills. Grades 3-5. Stranded on a deserted island, players must draw conclusions from the text on story cards to obtain life-saving supplies. Supports requirements of Title 1 and other federally funded programs. 2-6 players.
Hasbro Gaming#ad - Includes 54 jenga hardwood blocks, stacking sleeve with instructions. Each block is three times as long as its width, solid, and one fifth as thick as its length 1. 5×2. 5×7. 5 cm 059 in×098 in×3.
0 in. Simple, and timeless. Challenge yourself or play with friends. Win by being the last player to remove a block without causing the stack to crash. It takes skill, strategy, and luck. Pull out a block without crashing the stack to win at Jenga.