Students need to learn how to infer so that they can go below the surface details to see what is actually implied within the words of the story. Incorporating a cute detective theme, this engaging product includes a range of activities that can be used individually, during a literacy center or as a whole class. All of the activities in this product are in colour and also black and white. Please note the preview is not in high resolution.
Investigating Inferencing Board game: This inference board game includes a colorful board game, instructions, 44 scenario cards, 12 picture cards, a spinner and cute detective counters. The board game is optional and cards can be used without the board game if you prefer.
Inferring Characters Emotions and Feelings: Students often have difficulty making inferences about character emotions and feelings. This is a differentiated game including 2 different levelled sets of 15 pairs. Players match the description to the characters picture. Instructions and answers are included.
Picture Prompts for Inference and Writing: This includes 12 picture prompts with writing space for students to infer what is happening in the picture. Two of the same prompts are on each page making it easier for printing.
The stolen bag: Players become detectives and look at the clues in each bag to find out who the bag belongs to. There are a total of 20 stolen bags. A sheet for players to fill in their answers and an answer sheet are included.
Who did it? Guess the fairy-tale character – This includes 5 different story scenarios containing a well-known fairy-tale character. Students read the short story and write down who they infer the character to be and what clues helped them to solve the mystery.
Graphic Organizer: A handy tool to help students write down what they know, clues they found in the story and what they infer.
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