This is the last post in our series of Comprehension Strategies. If you want to read them in order, try these first:
Lots of stories lend themselves to “Acting it Out.” After reading The Three Billy Goats Gruff recently, my students decided to play “billy goats.” They lined up stools to make a bridge and took turns TRIP-TRAPPING across it. We also added goats to our block center for students who wanted to build a bridge there.
Another important elementary school comprehension skill is “Making Connections.” Students are asked to make a connection in one of three ways:
What do you like to do after reading a story to your children to make sure that they understand it?
Have fun reading, playing and learning together today.
Subscribe to receive a FREE dramatic play printable set, as well as our latest content by email.