Story Task Cards for Read Alouds

Good readers ask questions before, during and after the story. These story task cards can help make it easy to do!

Hey guys and dolls, today I’m here to quickly chat with you about questioning your students in the

classroom, especially during read aloud time.

I know how chopped up our school day can get, and sometimes we just need a quick routine to make

the most of our day. Sometimes we have special questions for certain books, especially when there is

a specific comprehension skill that you would like to teach. But on the days where you want to read

some fun read alouds, you can also step up your questioning.

Whenever I pick a story to read aloud, I always discuss with my students how good readers ask

questions before, during, and after reading. And then I pick when we are going to ask questions

about our story.

Good readers ask questions before, during and after the story. These story task cards can help make it easy to do!
Having these questions on a handy dandy ring, allows me to keep them close by. It’s also great
to leave behind for a sub. I also have a set of story task cards that I leave in my reading center with
my students. There is a version for our readers, and there is also a picture version for our babies
who are just starting out!
You can grab these for free right here!

Good readers ask questions before, during and after the story. These story task cards can help make it easy to do!

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