In this drawing conclusions task cards set, we read about the physical properties of matter. There are 12 expository reading task cards with a total of 24 questions. 12 questions are open-ended and 12 are multiple choice. This is #4 and is also sold bundled with #5-6.
Which conclusion is best supported by the details in the paragraph?
From the paragraph, the read can tell-
Which conclusion is not supported by the details?
Which detail best supports the idea that energy can be saved and used later?
The details in this paragraph help the reader know that...
Which sentence from the paragraph shows that a [conclusion]?
--Physical Properties of Matter
--Observe and Measure
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Half-page student answer page
Answer key for multiple choice answers
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Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #4 Physical Properties of Matter
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Drawing Conclusions Task Cards #6 Energy
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