June 16, 2012

Comprehension Cube for Rockin' Readers

I am so excited that we finally have this Comprehension Cube completed and in our Teachers Pay Teachers store! However, I am most excited about being able to use it next year. This is something I have wanted to do for a long time, but you know how that is, twenty other things get in the way first. In my mind, this is going to be so much fun and motivating for the children. We used the soft pocket cubes that you can get from most teaching stores and made our own cards that we can change out to meet the skills we want to review for the story we are reading. The children will roll the cube and then answer the question on the side shown. Some of the questions are: What is the title? Who is the main character? What is the setting? We have also included three different pre-made cubes with the questions for those that may not have the soft cubes. Please visit our store and check out the cubes by clicking on the picture above. Let us know your thoughts. Would you include any other questions?


  1. I have the soft dice and this will be perfect for it! I like how you included dice that you can print and make, too.

  2. So glad I found you today (via a comment you all left on Katie King's bloggy-blog). The comprehension dice are super cool. Great thinkin' my friends. I am a following you now!

    Kelley Dolling
    Teacher Idea Factory

  3. Love your dice! Can you tell me where you got them? I would love to get some for my classroom! :)
    Crayons and Curls

    1. I found the soft pocket dice a few years ago in my local teaching store. I looked on Lakeshore's website and couldn't find them, but I did find them here: http://www.teachersparadise.com/c/beginning-math-roll-learn-pocket-cubes-p-46866.html
      I love them. You can do so many thing with them. You can buy different cards for the pockets to go with different themes. I have always wanted to use them as comprehension cubes and finally got around to making the cards. :0) I hope you find them.


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