This Inference Mystery Bag Station is in English and Spanish! A great activity for English classes, Spanish Bilingual classes, or Transitional ESL classes that may need additional Spanish support.
This is a great activity to use to review/assess inferencing in your Pre-K thru 2nd grade class room! I used it for a literacy night activity and it was a big hit!
1. Print the question cards, cut them out, and glue them on the front of a bag. I have left them in the black and white to allow you to print on colored paper. I used some cheap gift bags for durability, but brown/white lunch bags will do. You could also put the cards in clasp envelopes. For transitional ESL and Bilingual classes it may be beneficial to glue both sets of questions, English and Spanish, to the mystery bags.
2. Print, laminate, and cut the mystery bag cards and place them inside the bags. Alternatively, you may place actual items in the bag instead of the card. For example, one of the cards has a picture of ketchup. You could put a packet of ketchup in the bag in place of the card.
3. Your students take one bag at a time, read the question on the bag, study the four picture cards, then record their inference on the worksheet. The worksheet can be completed in any order, allowing for students to trade bags.
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