My second graders have been spending a lot of time working on various parts of stories with fiction and main idea/details with nonfiction. Storie's Comprehension Cube Craft was perfect for my second graders! They really had fun thinking about the parts of the book and writing about them. Here is how easy it was to make them:
|First they filled out the story parts.|
|Then, they glued the parts onto the square papers.|
|Finished nonfiction cubes|
|Finished fiction cubes.|
Another product I got to have fun with was Storie's Roll and Cover Gameboards. These were super easy to make AND super fun to play! I was able to actually make these within minutes during the last five minutes of my planning period. I simply copied them onto colored paper, laminated them, and voila ~ there they were! Here we are playing them!
|First we read the words to make sure we knew them.|
|Love this dice roller!|
|As I rolled, the students followed the code to cover words.|
I had so much fun with both of these products that they are going into my repertoire to use year after year!
Now head on over the Storie's blog to see what two products she reviewed!
And a huge thank you to Jessica Stanford for setting all of this up! I know it could not be easy to do it all!