Prediction picture cards are a great way to scaffold the skill of “making predictions” while reading. I’ve used the cards as a fun introductory activity for thinking about “what happens next” in a story. Making predictions can be a complex skill, but this activity pack makes it accessible for all learners!
This pack includes 16 “What happens next?” prediction picture cards and matching answer cards (in color), a prediction poster to display (3 options to choose from), and 6 differentiated prediction draw and write pages in black and white (includes 1 page that can be used with any story).
The clear visuals make this an ideal activity English Language Learners or students with disabilities. The cards are also a great resource for visual learners or students who need extra support with the skill. The cards can be used with or without the matching answer cards.
If you enjoy these, you may also enjoy my Sequencing Picture Cards
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