Roy The Zebra: Interactive Reading Games: Does It Make Sense?

Interactive games are a fun way to increase your students’ reading skills.
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Interactive games are a fun way to increase your students’ reading skills.

Interactive games are a fun way to increase your students’ reading skills. This site covers two aspects of making sense of sentences. There are five games that ask the player to choose the sentence that makes sense. If the correct choice is made, the player adds a piece of a puzzle to the character’s dream. If the wrong choice is made, the character wakes up. Try again. The second game asks the player to rearrange words into a sentence that makes sense. Students need to have just rudimentary computer skills to move the mouse, or you can use the games on an interactive whiteboard.

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