Asking Questions

$5.00

Use Google and Seesaw to boost your student’s reading comprehension strategies with these Asking Questions slides. A really COOL video about Asking Questions is included! Because we may not get the chance to have real anchor charts, an engaging video is included in each of my reading strategies downloads.

Check out a video preview of this product here!

Use Google and Seesaw to boost your student’s reading comprehension strategies with these Asking Questions slides. A really COOL video about Asking Questions is included! Because we may not get the chance to have real anchor charts, an engaging video is included in each of my reading strategies downloads.

What is included?

There are 10 slides in this product.

Because we can’t make anchor charts, a video about the reading strategy is available for student use at the beginning of each activity. Students will watch the video and complete the slides.

Five slides have movable speech bubbles.

Included are audio instructions for your beginning readers.

Five slides have open ended activities.

Check out a video preview of this product here!

✨How do I use this product to teach Asking Questions?

These are Seesaw activities. You need an account to use them but Seesaw us free and you can learn more about this program here.

These activities come preloaded onto Seesaw. All you need to do is add the slides to your Seesaw account with one click. Full instructions included. *NOTE* This download is fully digital. There are no print-outs.

Use these activities either in your literacy stations, or as a whole group. Perfect for both distance learning and a socially distant classroom.

How are the slides organized?

You can download each slide individually, or you can add it as a set of five activities, depending on your student’s needs.

Now with Google Slides too!

This product now has Google Slides to add to your Google Classroom!

✨See what other’s are saying about the reading strategies activities:

I used this during a mini lesson on cause and effect via distance learning. Worked perfectly for my students with disabilities. – Kimberly K.

 

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