Give your students practice drawing inferences with this fun booklet of short texts about the wonders of dogs!
Tips on making inferences and guided questions provide scaffolding for students who need additional help.
This resource includes:
⚬ overview of what it means to infer and tips for making inferences
⚬ four short passages students can use to practice drawing inferences – high interest topics: dogs!
⚬ each passage includes questions that help students prove
their inference makes sense and is based on the text
⚬ two blank guided reading pages you can use with texts you choose
⚬ answer key
Reasons to ♡ this resource:
⚬ Save paper! 8 pages print on two sheets of paper. Print front-to-back & staple
⚬ High interest texts
⚬ Passages can be annotated to help students complete the questions
⚬ Ideal for “I do, we do, you do” scaffold practice
⚬ Perfect for guided reading, literacy centers, independent practice, test prep, and comprehension practice
Be sure to check out the preview!
☞ This resource works well with Book Talks
☞ More reading practice: Reading Informational Texts: 23 Minilessons
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