Spring Task Cards: Inferences and Figurative Language
Making inferences and identifying figurative language is so much fun with these awesome spring task cards. Students will enjoy these humorous scenarios that challenge and engage students. These 20 inference task cards are the perfect way to help students in grades 6-8 master these difficult concepts.
This set features 20 task cards with challenging and engaging scenarios. Students must answer two inference questions and identify the figurative language in each scenario. Inference questions vary depending on the story and in some cases, more than one type of figurative language is included. For each card, students must provide text evidence to support their inference and to show where they found the figurative language.
Included in this set are two versions of the 20 task cards. In the first version, students must answer three questions. The first two questions require the students to use the text to make inferences. The third question asks the students to find the figurative language and identify it in the passage. In the second version, students are given four multiple choice options to help them make inferences and determine the figurative language. This is a great way to differentiate based on the needs of your students.
These cards are very easy to use. There are two cards to a page. Simply cut them out, laminate them (if desired), and they are ready to go. Use these task cards in small groups, with partners, individually, or as a whole group for warm ups or as a closure activity. They also work great for remediation.
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