Free Making Inferences Martin Luther King, Jr. Passage Reading Comprehension

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105 Ratings
Grade Levels
1st - 3rd, Homeschool
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8 pages
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  1. This Making Inferences Bundle can save you valuable time when looking for an effective resource for teaching inferring to young learners. It's great for beginners and struggling students alike. Included are 25 short fiction and nonfiction passages with 3 built-in inferences each! No more scouring th
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Using this simple text format and differentiated graphic organizer, your students can make some real progress with making inferences. You'll ❤️love❤️ how easy this is to use! The feedback speaks for itself!

Here's what First Grade Diva Creations had to say:

"This is a beautiful resource. It is PERFECT for my first graders. It is a wonderful way to honor Martin Luther King. Jr., but is not too graphic. I love how this resource is cross-curricular. There just isn't enough time in my day to fit everything I need to teach...so I love resources that allow me to teach in multiple content areas at the same time. I can't wait to use it next week to teach history, social justice, and the powerful reading strategy of making inferences. I also LOVE the differentiation that you provided. Thank you!"

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The full resource has 10 High Interest Passages with Differentiated Graphic Organizers:

Making Inferences Reading Passages NONFICTION


More Inferring Resources:

FREE Making Inferences Passages with Graphic Organizers

Idioms Worksheets - Making Inferences Figurative Language Practice


Making Inferences Reading Passages - Fiction

Making Inferences Reading Passages FREE

Making Inferences Reading Passages Fiction

Making Inferences Reading Passages with Graphic Organizers

Total Pages
8 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.


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