Category: 5th Grade Reading ELA

5th Grade Reading and ELA Smartboard Games – Elements of a Story, Writing Prompts, Poems, Reading Comprehension, Compare and Contrast, Figurative Language, Cause and Effect, Subject Verb Agreement – Play these fun, interactive and free Reading ELA games on the Smartboard!



  • Subject Verb Agreement Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard as a tool to aide in practice identifying the correct verb tenses, verb forms and recognizing subject/ verb agreements. Grammar rules state that a singular subject takes a singular verb while a plural subject takes a plural verb. Directions: Select the content the game will include(to be and have verbs, present tense, […]

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  • Synonym, Antonym and Homonym Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard along with this interactive activity to practice matching synonyms, antonyms and homonyms. A synonyms is a word that means the same thing as another word, an antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word, and a homonyms are two words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings. Directions: […]

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  • Cause and Effect Game – Reading ELA

    Use the Smartboard along with this cross curricular activity to practice the skill of cause and effect through reading a story on photosynthesis. The cause is a reason something happens, while the effect is what happens as a result. Directions: Read the story “How Plants Feed Themselves.” Click on the blue underlined vocabulary words to […]

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  • Figurative Language Game – ELA

    Practice identifying various figurative language, including simile, metaphor, personification, imagery, hyperbole, onomatopoeia etc in this Smartboard game. Figurative language is a word or phrase that does not have a normal, everyday meaning. It is used for comparison or dramatic effect by writers to make stories or poems more interesting. Directions: Split up into teams or […]

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  • Compare and Contrast Game – Reading ELA

    Students can compare and contrast texts in this Smartboard activity. Remember, when you compare you look how things are alike. When you contrast, you look how things are different. Directions: Read the text and answer the compare and contrast questions using the Smartboard. Play

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