Use “Yes or No” questions with beginning readers to build reading fluency and confidence! Create your own questions and give students a “yes” or “no” card to show their answer.
How to Use Farm Animal Yes or No Questions
Create a series of questions related to farm animals that have an answer of “yes” or “no.” Print each question on a recipe card. Include questions like, “What is a baby goat called?” and “Can horses play the piano?” and “Do tigers live on a farm?” Give each student a blank recipe card and have them print “yes” on one side of the card and “no” on the other side of the card. Once students have finished making their cards, read out a question to the class and have them hold up their answer. If the answer to the question is “yes,” students hold up the yes side of the card. If the answer is “no,” students hold up the no side of the card.
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Next Article: 21 Farm Animals Teaching Ideas and Add to the Link Up
- Farm Animals Part 1: How to Introduce a Farm Animals Unit
- Farm Animals Part 2: 5 Fun Ways to Use Writing in a Farm Animals Unit
- Farm Animals Part 3: How to Use Hot Seat Questions in a Farm Animals Unit
- Farm Animals Part 5: 21 Farm Animals Teaching Ideas and Add to the Link Up
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