Students use the Five Ws to make inferences and solve riddles. This PowerPoint presentation presents twenty-one interactive riddles about activities that kids like to do for fun. Students flip the bars to reveal clues one at a time. Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How clues are provided to lead students to make the correct inference and solve each riddle.
Making inferences is an important reading comprehension skill that is part of so many reading activities, and it supports reading standards for literature and informational text.
The PowerPoint is colorful and attractive, and with twenty-one riddles, the students get lots of practice making inferences while they have fun solving the puzzles.
For additional reading skill resources, see: Reading Skills.
From Classroom in the Middle