What's In The Pocket Inferencing

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Inferencing is a hard skill to master, so you need engaging, fun activities to help. Use this activity pack to work on inferencing, reading/auditory comprehension, vocabulary and more! Your elementary students will have so much fun with these resources, they'll forget they're learning!

NOTE: This product is included in my Inferencing Bundle. If you have already purchased or plan to purchase the bundle, then do not purchase this product.

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What awesome resources are included?
★ Graphic organizer to help students listen for clues and document responses
★ Board game to use with the clue cards as a reinforcer or motivator
★ Bonus activity
★ Review activity

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How can you use this product?
★ There are several ways to use this activity.
★ Print and laminate the “pocket” page (you can glue three sides onto a file folder or construction paper and then laminate. Then, use a knife or scissors to cut a slit on the top so you can put objects into the “pocket.” Read the clue cards to your students and have them pick from the images which object you are talking about. They can place it into the “pocket.”
★ Print and laminate the pockets on one side (print three copies of the pocket page) and the clues on the other. Read the clues to your students and have them guess what is inside the pocket.
★ Students can take turns listening to clues and guessing what is inside in order to get a turn in the board game.
★ For the bonus activity: Can your students express which could and could not be found in a pocket? Can they explain why or why not? Can your students express further descriptions of each object?
★ For the review activity: Students can draw and write about their own objects in a pocket and have their classmates guess it.

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"It seems like there are never too many inferential activities. Thank you for providing lots of useful activities to help the students master the information."

"Can't wait to use this product with my patients! I am always looking for new inferencing materials! Cute and functional!"

"Awesome! My kids have been really enjoying playing this game."

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Want other inferencing resources? Check these out:
Who Sent the Letter?
Inferencing Detectives Part 2
Making Inferences and Expressing Evidence Rockstars

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