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Inferencing is an important skill for students to practice. This set of 24 task cards is a fun way for students to practice their skills while reading and solving riddles. Students read the clues to determine what item is being described. There are full color and less color options of the task card
These Google Slides™ are a fun way to work on social skills and inferencing! Students can work on what the animal is thinking or doing. They can also predict what will happen next in some of the pictures. Each page includes four pictures and a movable speech box next it it. You want to use this in e
Your students will LOVE finding evidence to support inferences while reading the book What is Given from the Heart by, Patricia McKissack. This book does a beautiful job of teaching the importance of giving back to those in need, even when you don't have much to give. Students will read the inferenc
Understanding inferences is essential to language development and is key to setting up the foundations of communication, life skills and literacy. The following Boom Cards™ provide students a chance to use detective clues find an answer.Students are presented with a story clue and 3 possible answers
This is a 20 slide powerpoint unit exploring the reading strategy: inference. Inferencing is such a difficult concept for students to grasp. This unit uses pictures, comics, and familar characters to help students connect to the concept. It ends with a project that can be incorporated into your unit
My kids really had to think on this one but it improved their test scores. I have shared this with teachers at all levels K-12 and those teachers have found it has made a huge difference. Kids read, predict, reread, confirm and/or adjust their predictions but...they have to give the reasons for th
Students will have fun making inferences regarding which animal is hiding in the mitten!Activity can go along with "The Mitten" story by Jan Brett or can be done without Each mitten clue picture page is followed by the corresponding animals. Page 3 Inference Visual AidGlue or tap the mittens over th
Come and join us in our special edition of Halloween visual inferences by guessing what the items are! Happy Halloween everyone!This is Halloween themed activity that you can play with your students to practice the following:visual inferencesvisual perceptual skillssimple following commands>>&
Christmas Inferences: What is on my wish list for Santa? Product Description: This is a digital Christmas language activity that addresses making inferences. This can help children increase their listening, memory, & vocabulary skills. Three to four clues are listed on a Christmas wish list. Stu
This interactive book includes ten pages of present-opening fun with BOTH printable and digital versions! In the printable version, ask students to help you figure out what is in the eight "presents," using the two clues given on each page. Students then open the present flap and match the answer to
Grades:
PreK - 1st
This is a fun way to work on social skills and inferencing! Students can work on what the animal is thinking or doing. They can also predict what will happen next in some of the pictures. There are also thought bubbles involved for students to write what they think the animal is thinking. Each page
This is a great tool to include in your student's reading notebook.
Grades:
3rd - 6th
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What is an Inference? is a common core lesson that teaches students about what inferences are and how to identify them. Students will develop and practice higher order thinking skills.
Grades:
3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This interactive book includes ten pages of birthday-themed, present-opening fun with BOTH printable and digital versions! In the printable version, ask students to help you figure out what is in the nine "presents," using the two clues given on each page. Students then open the present flap and m
Grab this great note sheet for your kiddos to study from!
Defining poster/worksheet for ALL reading inferences ... Can be ANY reading activity!
Grades:
2nd - 7th
This mini poster describes for students what it means to make an inference.
Imply and infer--two literary terms that are often confused by students. Posted in your classroom or copied and distributed, this informative handout/poster will help your students understand the differences between implying and inferring and give them a handy reference source. You Might Also Like
These Common Core webcasts and ebooks feature an interesting new format. A cartoon version of Coach B uses Whole Brain Teaching to guide your students through our powerful Five Step Lesson Plan. This lesson will be on inference. You can download the pdf, pop it into your computer projector, and Coac
When I am teaching students how to make inferences and site evidence, one of my favorite hook activities is to choose some pictures from the New York Time's - What is Happening in this Picture? I put a few of them into a PowerPoint slide and then give this handout to each group or each individual st
A3 Sized colourful classsroom poster to demonstrate how to infer. See other resources for inference comic strips.
Grades:
3rd - 7th
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Simple power point to use during a morning routine to engage all students in the art of inferences. You can also use it for classroom discussion or story telling. Great resource to introduce inferences as well. Bilingual questions included for easy reach to ELL students.
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
Target perspective taking and making inferences and predictions using real pictures with this resource! This resource includes 100 real life picture cards that allow you to provide effective, direct teaching on how to make inferences from picture scenes.Each card includes a visual across the top out

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