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On the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Blog, Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell, and their team explore critical literacy topics. Read and reflect on posts about classroom instruction, intervention, assessment, and more.

Animal Guessing Game

Animal Guessing Game

Give each child a picture of a familiar animal, such as a tiger, an elephant, or a dolphin. After thinking, have the child construct a statement of two facts that describe the animal they have chosen and then asking a question. For example, they might say, “I am orange and black and I have a loud roar. What am I?” Take turns in this guessing game.

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Wed, Jun 16, '21

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