This set of Boom Cards™ helps your students self-check their ability to determine unknown words using context clues. There are 30 self-checking digital task cards included.
Different Skills Included:
- 10 nonsense word slides: Students read the sentence or short passage. Then, they use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined nonsense word. Then they choose the correct picture.
- 10 real word slides: Students read the sentence or short passage. Then, they use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. Then they choose the correct picture.
- 10 opposite words slides: Students identify the opposite of the picture provided.
These Boom Cards™ are a fun, quick way for you to check your students knowledge and ability to determine unknown words. They provide a quick check and are also self-checking!
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