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Inference in Reading

WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or the life lesson. WRITER #1: Read the story. Edit and revise it for clarity. Give it a title. Lesson link (Photo source link provided below)

1)Write a story about what happened before... 2)Write talking/thinking balloons. 3)Write story titles or headlines for picture. 4)Create a 5 frame carton. Use this picture in 1 frame-you write and illustrate the other 4 boxes. Could use these prompts with any fun picture!

Christmas Afternoon Randomness (34 HQ Photos)

Turtle love ❤

Animals Tuesday Update | Wildography

Making Inferences: you could easily make this into a little reading response form for students to use during daily five.

Inference Fun

I Teach. What's your super power?: Inference Fun

Inference: How do you think these two people know each other? What makes you think so?

An entire pinboard dedicated to pictures that assist in teaching inference

Base Jumping Wallpapers

Inference: Why isn't this woman using a fork to eat her pie? Why do you think so?

Recent sightings: Let 'em eat pie!

This website has lots of free printable worksheets about behavior, bullying, character, classroom management, feelings, goal setting, and social skills

Character Inferences Worksheets

Make an inference/Provide a caption.

GLUED, video about a video gamed obsessed kid..good for inferencing and summarizing.

A Pinterest Board Dedicated to Pictures for Teaching Inference - Many would also be great as writing prompts. Here's the link:

Ice Cream Melting Causes Hot Days | The Real Revo

teaching inference anchor chart: You can also gather some old things from around your house and put them in a shoebox and have your class inference what kind of person your "neighbor" is!

Inferences Using Literature is a 61 page set by The Teacher Next Door that is loaded with everything you need to teach this very foundational reading strategy and includes student passages (Aesop's Fables, a Greek Myth and folktales from around the world), two sets of task cards, a game, activities and graphic organizers. This unit is Common Core based and targeted to cover RL 3.1, 4.1, and 5.1. $

Inferences Using Literature: Common Core 3rd - 5th Grade

Interactive Notebooks--would be good for taking notes on literary elements especially (using colored pencils to make the key ideas stand out since study skills are such a weakness)

The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks - Yet Again

Use to teach inferencing/drawing conclusions

These 32 Inferences Using Literature Task Cards by The Teacher Next Door will help your students practice the all important reading skill of making inferences. The task cards are filled with high interest pictures of animals and people. Students are asked to look for clues in the pictures to make inferences. This is a great way to practice making inferences before diving into the text.