Drawing conclusions means to make reasonable conclusions about events in a story using the information given. Have students complete this reading assignment, then use the activities to practice drawing conclusions.
Riddles are a great way to introduce drawing conclusions to the youngest learners. The Drawing Conclusion frames are interactive. Students cut and fold open the frame then illustrate/write the answer to the riddle on the inside. A blank frame is included so students can create their own riddle and have their classmates draw conclusions.
Officer Buckle and Gloria: drawing conclusions anchor chart. She also shows an "alphabet dice game" that she assigns points value to AND suggests using a shoebox lid lined with a thin sheet of craft foam to muffle the sound of the dice