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Making Inferences Puzzles | with Digital Inference Activity - Distance Learning

Jennifer Findley
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Grade Levels
4th - 5th
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15+ Digital Versions
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Description

Puzzles are not just for primary grades or math. These making inferences puzzles will not only allow your students to practice 4th/5th grade level inference skills, but they will also be engaged with the novel format.

Note: This inference activity now includes DIGITAL reading puzzles as well as printable ones. See pages 3-4 of the PDF for the details and links.

About the Printable Making Inferences Puzzles

This reading center resource includes two sets of inference puzzles to practice making inferences.

Set 1: The students will read each text and use clues to infer the setting.

Set 2: The students will read each text and use clues to infer the main character’s job.

Two different direction versions are included to help you best use this resource for your students.

Version 1: The students will read each text, make the appropriate inference, and then find the puzzle piece that matches.

Version 2: The students will read each text, make the appropriate inference, write that inference on their recording sheets, and then find the puzzle piece that matches.

Directions and specific recording sheets for the different versions can be found following the puzzle pieces.

Answer keys are also included. The evidence from the text section has all of the different text evidence listed out in a list format to help with scoring since there are so many different pieces of evidence in each text. However, I recommend having your students list a specific amount of evidence (I do three) and having it in sentence format.

Directions and specific recording sheets for the different versions can be found following the puzzle pieces. Answer keys are also included.

About the Digital Making Inferences Puzzles

For the digital version, the students will read two stories per slide and make an inference. There are two sets: inferring setting and inferring the main character’s job.

There are also TWO versions for each set:

•Version 1 – 6 choices per slide

•Version 2- Scaffolded – 4 choices per slide

To make this making inference activity work in a digital format, the template has been modified and reimaged for optimal digital use.

This digital inferring activity has been created for use with Google Slides. Please see the preview to see the digital puzzles.

Need more Inference's Resources and Activities?

Click here to see my Making Inference Supplemental Resource that pairs well with these puzzles.

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Total Pages
15+ Digital Versions
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

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