Students need to learn to read between the lines. They need to infer what they’ve read.
To INFER means to guess or conclude information in the story, that wasn’t clearly stated but might have been suggested.
Your child will practice finding inferences in these 20 different short paragraphs
Copy, laminate for durability, and cut in half. Run enough recording sheets for your students. Place these cards and recording sheets in an envelope or other container for storage.
These cards can be used in a center, with a small group, or with an adult helping them. They can also be put on a document camera for the whole class to use at one time. There is a recording sheet to put the answers on and an answer sheet is also included.
Another way that you can use them is with a dry erase marker. The students can then circle their answers right on the card and check them with the answer key that’s provided.