Learning Resources Reading Comprehension Cubes, Classroom Accessories, Set of 6 Colored Foam Cubes, Grades: 1+, Ages 6+  

(5 customer reviews)


Brand Learning Resources
Manufacturer Minimum Age (MONTHS) 60.0
Material Foam
Colour Multicolor
Educational objective Reading Comprehension, Motor Skills

  • SPARK conversation about reading assignments.
  • 3 dozen different questions to test, challenge, and enhance students’ understanding of the books they read.
  • The set of 6 includes 2 red cubes, 2 blue cubes, and 2 green cubes, all with questions great for a wide range of students.
  • Included Activity Guide gives you ideas starters on how to use these cubes.
  • Ages 6+
SKU: B000F9ZR9K Category:


Learning Resources Reading Comprehension Cubes will liven up your classroom reading discussions! These foam cubes have a different thought-provoking comprehension question on each side. Students answer the questions before reading (red cubes), during reading (blue cubes) and after reading (green cubes). The Learning Resources Reading Comprehension Cubes Set Features: 6 color-coded cubes that measure 1.625 inch each Activity Guide Durable, soft foam construction

Additional information

Weight 136.08 kg

5 reviews for Learning Resources Reading Comprehension Cubes, Classroom Accessories, Set of 6 Colored Foam Cubes, Grades: 1+, Ages 6+  

  1. Mitchelle Rivera

    Engaging questions !
    I used it with 8 th graders AB’s they liked it

  2. Karen Harrah

    Good deal
    Helping a first time teacher with a wish list. So easy and helpful. She was so excited!

  3. Elizabeth Rodriguez

    Love it!
    El artículo llegó en el tiempo indicado y en perfecto estado. El tamaño es adecuado y los colores son hermosos. Estoy feliz con mi compra. Excelente recurso para educadores.

  4. Stephanie in Al.

    As a homeschooling mother to an 8 yr. old third grader, who struggles with reading, I was ecstatic to see these!! I started homeschooling in the middle of second grade when my son’s school said they were going to pass him to the next grade anyway, even though he clearly wasn’t ready in the reading dept.!! I suggested they hold him back a year so he wouldn’t be so behind, and they replied, “oh, that’s not really possible.. You would have to go to the State Board of Education and put in a request for that, and it almost never happens.” So much for the “No child left behind..” My son, if he had been pushed on into the third grade, would CLEARLY have been behind, and struggling to keep up.. He excels in Math, and all other subjects, but for some reason, just doesn’t have the confidence and is a hesitant reader..My husband and I made the decision to pull him out of the wonderful public school system, and I would school him at home with Christian curriculum that is used in private schools that you can buy directly from Private/Home School dealers. Items such as these have made such a difference!! I try to make his difficult subject a game by having him pick out a block out of a bag with his eyes closed.. Then whichever story we are reading for the day, he has to “search” for that answer in the story..Thus increasing his comprehension abilities..When I began teaching him, his abilities were at zero!! He has improved by leaps and bounds! These are great assets to help a struggling reader, or to just bring fun to your reading class!!

  5. Andrew

    Kids could care less about these
    good for last minute lesson stretching or to leave for a substitute teacher to help them BS a lesson with your students. Kids get tired of the cube options once they’ve seen them all multiple times before so beware

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