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Card Description : These bingo cards are all about discussion starters around a fictional book or story. Questions like- Would you have one of the characters in life as a friend? or If you could change the ending, how would you change it? are all meant to help facilitate great reading discussions while enjoying a fun game of bingo.

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Who are the characters? Describe a change in a character from a previous chapter to now. Pick a character. What are some traits to describe him or her? What advice would you give the character? How does the character feel at the end of chapter __?
Describe the problem in chapter __. What does the character do to try to solve the problem? Do people you know in real life behave like the characters? Explain. Was the behavior of the character right or wrong? Explain. Would you like having one of the characters in the story as a friend? Explain. What is the most most important idea from this part of the book?
In correct sequence, name the 3 most important events in the story. Name an important even that happened in the story and then tell why it happened. Describe where the story takes place. Could there be a a real-life place like where this story takes place?
Would you like to visit where this story takes place? Explain. Does this story take place in the past, present, or future? How do you know? What does the place of this story remind you of? Have you ever been to a place like where this story occurs? Explain. Were there any interesting similes or metaphors used by the author?
Did the author use any interesting personification? Did the story end like you thought it would? Explain? If you could change the ending, how would you change it? What sensory words or phrases did the author use to help you see, hear, smell, feel, or taste what was written? What are some new words you learned?

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  • Who are the characters?
  • Describe a change in a character from a previous chapter to now.
  • Pick a character. What are some traits to describe him or her?
  • What advice would you give the character?
  • How does the character feel at the end of chapter __?
  • Describe the problem in chapter __. What does the character do to try to solve the problem?
  • Do people you know in real life behave like the characters? Explain.
  • Was the behavior of the character right or wrong? Explain.
  • Would you like having one of the characters in the story as a friend? Explain.
  • What is the most most important idea from this part of the book?
  • In correct sequence, name the 3 most important events in the story.
  • Name an important even that happened in the story and then tell why it happened.
  • What do you predict will happen next?
  • Describe where the story takes place.
  • Could there be a a real-life place like where this story takes place?
  • Would you like to visit where this story takes place? Explain.
  • Does this story take place in the past, present, or future? How do you know?
  • What does the place of this story remind you of?
  • Have you ever been to a place like where this story occurs? Explain.
  • Were there any interesting similes or metaphors used by the author?
  • Did the author use any interesting personification?
  • Did the story end like you thought it would? Explain?
  • If you could change the ending, how would you change it?
  • What sensory words or phrases did the author use to help you see, hear, smell, feel, or taste what was written?
  • What are some new words you learned?
  • What would you like to say in a friendly email to the author about this book?
  • Would you like to read another book by this author? Explain.
  • What do you like or dislike about this particular genre of book?
  • How would you rate this book on a scale of 1-5 stars? Explain.
  • What was your favorite part of the story?
  • If a friend saw this book and asked if you think they should try it, what would you say?
  • Was there part of the book that made you want to research to find out more information?
  • What is one thing this book made you think about that you didn't think about before?
  • What was one part of the book that you felt was extremely unrealistic? Explain.
  • What do you think a good sequel of this book would be?
  • What do you think a good prequel of this book would be?

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