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Includes print and digital versions. Let your students become detectives with these ten mysteries! Students will need to rely on their inferencing skills and use the clues in the reading passages to solve each case.***************************************************************************Use in man
To fully understand drawing conclusions, little learners must be able to interact with a text. This packet is perfect for students to engage in cooperative activities that will help them gain a deeper understanding of using clues to draw conclusions. This packet has mentor text suggestions and fol
This packet combines a study on communities (particularly community helpers) with some additional practice with drawing conclusions. :) It's just one way to "kill two birds with one stone" in a really fun, kid-friendly way. The file contains posters/direction sheets for thirteen community helper
This is a 20 slide powerpoint that practices drawing conclusions. There is also a 4 page printable review packet practices drawing conclusions.
This supplement packet includes materials needed to help teach inferring, drawing conclusion, and more. I have included posters, games, activities, and have tried to make sure everything is in color AND in black and white so you can print them for student use. I hope you enjoy these little detective
Fifteen question review packet based on Drawing Conclusions. Appropriate for grades 2-5. Drawing conclusions is a skill that needs to be developed over time. This inferential packet provides shorter and longer passages for students to practice and hone their drawing conclusion abilities. This pa
I hope you enjoy my latest freebie! This conclusion detective craftivity is perfect for introducing drawing conclusions to your students. Click below to check out my DRAWING CONCLUSIONS ACTIVITY PACK DRAWING CONCLUSIONS ACTIVITY PACK Thank you for stopping by my shop! Don’t forget to follow t
This interactive notebook and rubric is perfect to accompany any story and is a great add in for being a text detective and making inferences or drawing conclusions! It includes the steps on becoming a reading detective as well as a fill in the blank activity, and flaps for filling out information
This teaching tool allows your students to refer back to key terms when learning the important English Language Arts Skill: Drawing Conclusions. All posters are blackline for easy printing. Enjoy this freebie!
Used this product for a classroom investigation to practice inferencing and drawing conclusions using clues.
Kids love reading and writing mysteries. When you add secret codes, fingerprinting, and invisible ink, they’re really hooked! These activities will engage your little detectives. They're specially designed for third, fourth, and fifth grade students. All resources are available as printable PDFs and
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3rd - 5th
Making inferences and drawing conclusions are vitally important skills for good readers to master. This engaging lesson asks students to help a sleuth, Detective Dimwit, solve a puzzling case by examining clues in a step-by-step method using inference and conclusion. “The Case of the Cat Burglar,”
Learning to comprehend a text for young children can be a very difficult task. Detective Dan and Inspector Spot take challenging comprehension skills and make them fun and engaging for young learners. With the help of Detective Dan and his sidekick Inspector Spot, students get engaged in crime sol
Making inferences and drawing conclusions are vitally important skills for good readers to master. This engaging lesson asks students to help a sleuth, Detective Dimwit, solve a puzzling case by examining clues in a step-by-step method using inference and conclusion. “The Case of the Crafty Catnappe
This detective or secret agent unit is sure to bring lots of enjoyment to both you and your students. It would be perfect to add some exciting activities to your lesson plans if your weekly story is a mystery, about a detective, or if you are teaching reading skills such as context clues or drawing
Grab all six of my drawing conclusions and inferences games and SAVE 20%! Let the students be the detectives and determine who took the report cards, treasure box, beach towel, brains, and cookies! Your students will be engaged and learn an important reading skill while having fun! Games include:Dir
Detective LaRue by Mark Teague, is a sequel to the story, Dear Mrs. LaRue. As if obedience school wasn't bad enough, Ike now finds himself in jail--wrongly accused (of course!) of terrorizing the Hibbins' cats & stealing their cat treats. Once again, he pleads his case to Mrs LaRue, who's vacati
Do your students need to practice inferencing and drawing conclusions in a fun, collaborative way? This activity is sure to excite your students while encouraging them to make inferences based on the details in each of the puzzles. In order to solve the 12 puzzles, students will need to read careful
Making inferences and drawing conclusions are vitally important skills for good readers to master. This engaging lesson asks students to help a sleuth, Detective Dimwit, solve a puzzling case by examining clues in a step-by-step method using inference and conclusion. “The Case of the Backwards Book,
Reading Logs Graphic Organizers Galore! Reflective Detectives BUNDLE - A Growing Resource This No PREP bundle contains a variety of reading logs and graphic organizers that you can use in your classroom with any text. Reflective Detectives BUNDLE: Graphic Organizers Galore! A Growing Resource (c
In this unit, students will solve two crimes based on interviews with suspects, learn more about famous detectives, write a letter and even solve a crime themselves. The unit includes:-2 comprehension tasks with T/F AND short answer questions, a word search and they are require to draw conclusions b
This literacy unit is designed to use with the book Detective Gordon: The First Case by Ulf Nilsson. The unit is split into chapters with lessons designed for each chapter. Many literacy skills are included. Some of them are: Making Predictions, Genre, Setting and Characters, Writing Prompts, Prob
All About Detective Santa:Santa is becoming a detective as he goes on a mission to find the elves the perfect Christmas gifts. Being little, the elves love things that have a short vowel sound. Students will read the clues and use their schema to infer what gift Santa found.Learning to infer can be
Drawing conclusion activity - cut out pictures and glue on index cards or print on card stock. Place group of pictures in a paper baggie. label bags A- F (6 groups) give each child a graphic organizer and have them discuss their clues and conclusion with their group members. Word bank available for

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