Making Inferences is a tricky reading comprehension skill that can be easy and fun with this engaging nonfiction I Have Who Has game! Great for literacy centers, partners, preteach, review and more. Additional blank game card templates are included for extended play as your students research and create their own game cards. $
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Teach them that making inferences or drawing conclusions are actually things that they do everyday whether it be eavesdropping on a big sister or listening in on mom’s phone conversation. Help them master the art of making inferences.
Students will learn how to make inferences by using illustrations (what is seen) and schema (what is known). Students will practice making inferences by examining illustrations. Learning to infer is an important reading skill.
This worksheet is to help guide students in comparing and contrasting a book and movie version of the same story or topic. You can use this at the end of a book and movie to allow the students to organize their thought for a formal written assignment.
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FREE Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences - 1 graphic organizer Directions: Read the text to make an inference based on the information provided and what you already know. Remember, you want to reveal what the author isn't telling the reader directly.
Making Inferences with Literature will be fascinating and fun for ALL your students with this differentiated set of fiction story task cards from Book Buddies. Two levels of story task cards, worksheets, vocabulary lists and practice with figurative language context clues make mastering this skill easy and understandable. This is a great resource for assessments and test prep practice. $