The Question Cube can be used for a number of subjects, but for this particular instructable, it is used to assess reading comprehension.
This project involves making a paper cube to help students comprehend their reading and use their art skills. The cube can consist of critical thinking questions from a book you have read, as well as pictures of important things or main ideas. & It can all be done in 30 minutes or less :-)

Content Standards: Core Content:Student is able to demonstrate reading comprehension through creation of visual images that portray or depict meanings associated with English comprehension.

Visual Art:Standard 9: Students develop and apply skills using a variety of two dimensional and three dimensional media, tools, and processes to create works that communicate personal meaning.Standard 10: Students reflect on, revise, and refine work using problem solving and critical thinking skills.


*The  link to my Integrated lesson plan for this project is below! *


Step 1: Materials Needed

You will need:
-Glue or tape
-Computer paper (* if you want larger cubes, use larger sheets of paper.*)
This is fantastic! You can buy these types of cubes but they aren't personalized and using these really help relate to the common core! Well done!

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