Thank You Mr. Falker Boom Card Activities

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Boom Cards are engaging and fun, and this comprehension focused set for the book, Thank You Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco, works beautifully for independent work during and after reading or as a group activity as an interactive read aloud.

Each digital task card has full audio support. Students respond (drag and drop activities) to comprehension questions, sequence the events of the story (2), identify the story elements, sort cause and effect events, and extended responses. This resource is best used AFTER reading or listening to the story. If you'd like to have your students listen to the story, the link below is to the story on Youtube. You can save it for later.
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Things to Know:
1) You MUST have a Boom Learning account to use this resource.
2) The activities are perfect for tutoring sessions, for paired work if you are able to have students work together, for independent practice after reading the story in reading groups, or as an assessment tool to check understanding.
3) If you prefer the free account for Boom Learning, you can assign the activities using the Fast Pin option found in your library.
4) You can differentiate and assign some book sets to one student and other sets to another student within your class with the paid account (recommended), and you can collect data based on performance. Click HERE to start an account first.This comprehension check with full audio support is for the book, Thank You Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco. Students will respond to comprehension questions, sequence the events of the story (2 activity slides) make comparisons between characters, identify the story elements, cause and effect, and more. Each slide has an audio read aloud to assist students. This resource is best used AFTER reading or listening to the story. It also includes some extended response questions.
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