This Context Clues for 5th Grade Task Card Bundle has 3 sets of task cards (96 cards) and includes a print and digital format to help your fifth grade students practice the important reading strategy of using context clues to figure out word meanings. Each task card has a short story including a 5th grade vocabulary word and asks students to identify the meaning of the word from the choices given. The digital game is NO PREP and self-correcting in Google Forms™, but may be used on other learning platforms. This reading game works well for literacy centers, one on one work, whole-class games, and for test prep.
This set includes:
Digital Version with 3 sets of 32 Task Cards (96 total)
32 Context Clues Task Cards
Teacher Notes in each set with the LINK
Why you’ll love this resource:
- Each task card has a short story, rather than a single sentence, making it more similar to “real” context clues practice using longer passages.
- The digital version is NO PREP and is self-correcting!
- Students enjoy using the task card format.
- The task cards reinforce context clues standards.
- The multiple choice format makes the cards easy to grade.
- There are a variety of ways to use these, from reading centers, whole class games, SCOOT, test prep, exit slips and more!!!
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Looking for more task cards for fifth grade?
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Task Cards for Inferences Using Literature
Task Cards for Main Idea Using Informational Text
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