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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:

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. $

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 Difference Between Inference & Prediction

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.

Inferring anchor chart

Drawing Conclusions Jeopardy - Students get clues and make educated guesses.

Inference Like this definition

Inferences anchor chart. Third grade.

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments

Inferences Using Informational Text is a 39 page set filled with worksheets, task cards, posters, games and activities to help your students practice the very important skill of making inferences from informational text. $

Blooming Blossoms: Teaching Inferencing Using Comics

Inference: what is happening? What will happen next?