This is an activity that utilizes QR codes to check student answers. You must have a QR reader on an iPad, iTouch, smartphone, or other tablet/device. You can find many different free versions at the app store.
The activities focus on inferences. Students will use inference skills to solve simple problems.
All activities have 16 different items. There are two cards for each item. One that contains a choice of three answers, and one that does not have a choice of answers. All answers can be checked using a QR code reader.
Pages 3-11 What Are They Getting Ready To Do?- Students use inference skills to figure out what the characters are getting ready to do.
Pages 12-20 What Happened?- Students are given an effect, and need to use inference skills to determine what events probably lead to (caused) this effect.
Pages 21-29 What Am I? -Students listen to the clues, and guess the item that is being described.
Pages 30-38 Where Am I? - Students listen to the clues, and guess where the event is taking place.
Pages 39-47 Who Am I?- Students listen to a statement that a person with certain occupations would say. Then, students guess who would have likely said this statement.
Pages 48-49 Smaller cards for separating activities. These are the same size as the clue cards for easier storage in small Ziploc bags or index card holders.
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