These drawing conclusions activities are a great way for students to practice their reading comprehension skills, especially when creating inferences. Drawing conclusions can be a difficult concept to teach elementary students. The printable and interactive activities in this resource can be used with any text or passage. Drawing conclusions is like solving a mystery, so the detective theme makes it really fun and would be perfect for a fun room transformation!
The drawing conclusions activities in this packet includes an anchor chart, interactive activities to use as an opening each day or with cooperative groups throughout your unit, printables for students to use to draw conclusions in a story, graphic organizers and mystery bags.
Included in this resource:
- Drawing Conclusions Anchor Chart
- Graphic Organizers for Drawing Conclusions
- The Case of the Mystery Bags (A Drawing Conclusions Cooperative Learning Activity)
- Who am I? Animal Riddles (A Drawing Conclusions Activity)
- Drawing Conclusions and Writing
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