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Rockin' Reading Really Rocks! - 10/02/2013
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Thanks to the folks over at Educational Insights for giving me the opportunity to share one of their products for improving reading comprehension with a co-worker... Thanks to Mrs. Wilson for taking time out to try the game with her students and giving such an honest and informative review of the Rockin' Reading Comprehension Game! As she talks about Rockin' Reading .... Here's her review of a cool game from Educational Insights that might give you some more insight into how it might help encourage your students in your classroom! I'll be honest – when I first saw Mrs. Samuelson come in with the games, a small part of my teacher soul died inside. For the most part, I detest board games in the classroom. I don't like all the pieces that come with them, the complex directions that only an adult can decipher, and especially, ESPECIALLY the cards full of fluff that are either too easy for my students or don't actually review anything worthy I teach. Basically, it's been about 5 years since I've allowed an "educational" board game to cross the threshold into my classroom. HOWEVER, how could I pass up a FREE game with this description: "Think rockers aren't readers? Think again! From reading the reviews of your latest album to the blog posts about your sold-out concert, you've gotta read to rock and roll! Drum up the fun with this kickin' reading game, rounding the board and answering comprehension questions covering main idea, reading for details, making inferences, drawing con...




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Thanks to the folks over at Educational Insights for giving me the opportunity to share one of their products for improving reading comprehension with a co-worker... Thanks to Mrs. Wilson for taking time out to try the game with her students and giving such an honest and informative review of the Rockin' Reading Comprehension Game! As she talks about Rockin' Reading .... Here's her review of a cool game from Educational Insights that might give you some more insight into how it might help encourage your students in your classroom! I'll be honest – when I first saw Mrs. Samuelson come in with the games, a small part of my teacher soul died inside. For the most part, I detest board games in the classroom. I don't like all the pieces that come with them, the complex directions that only an adult can decipher, and especially, ESPECIALLY the cards full of fluff that are either too easy for my students or don't actually review anything worthy I teach. Basically, it's been about 5 years since I've allowed an "educational" board game to cross the threshold into my classroom. HOWEVER, how could I pass up a FREE game with this description: "Think rockers aren't readers? Think again! From reading the reviews of your latest album to the blog posts about your sold-out concert, you've gotta read to rock and roll! Drum up the fun with this kickin' reading game, rounding the board and answering comprehension questions covering main idea, reading for details, making inferences, drawing con...



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