Making inferences from pictures is a great way to gets students started on making inferences. Use pictures first then move to making inferences with text.
A simple DIY and guide to making 3 different styles of paper succulents (great for rustic or shiplap themed classrooms)
Cheese & Tomato Quinoa Balls
Months worth of healthy make ahead school lunch ideas for kids, for teens, and for adults! These easy no sandwich bento box recipes are perfect for picky eaters. There are so many ideas for cold lunches even including vegetarian and gluten free ideas for preschoolers and even for teenagers!
Literacy Theory- Reading as Activity Reading Comprehension Question Cube- Neat idea for a lit circle activity.
Conferencing with Comprehension 'Fix-Up' Strategy Cards - The Creative Apple Teaching Resources
I don’t know about you, but explicitly teaching the reading comprehension strategy on top of the phonics skill, and intervention, and common core math has not been on easy task! Our curriculum focuses on one reading comprehension strategy with each weekly story.These reading comprehension strategies cards make great guided reading mini lessons! | struggling readers | engaging reading strategies | teaching reading | reading task cards | kindergarten reading |
Graphic organizer for making text connections. This helps students make real life connections from what they are reading to themselves, the world, or other texts/media they have read or seen.
Making Inferences Graphic Organizers, Reading Strategy Poster & Activity Ideas
Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.
Success Criteria: Demonstration Classroom Sharing: Using Images to Infer
10 worksheets to help reinforce making inferences & drawing conclusions as a reading strategy. Worksheets contain a reading passage with questions asking students to make 3 inferences about the text and explain how they made each of their inferences (using clues from the text or drawing connections to their life). A great review or homework activity. non prep printable workbook activity reading comprehension making inferences strategy teaching learning child classroom school education