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{INFERENCE GAME CARDS} In state assessments, students are asked to infer what a character is like based on what they say, their gestures, and how they interact with other characters. Many students have difficulty with these inferences. This game teaches students how to analyze and infer by playing a fun game. The passages mirror the writing techniques used by writers in novels and assessments to give students authentic inference practice. Plus, it includes an easy-fold box! $4

Inference: Character Playing Cards

Inference-This is an awesome Pixar short for reinforcing or introducing the skill of inference. allow students to watch the entire film (5 minutes) then replay it, stopping to ask inference questions.

  • Minister Casandra L. Woods

    ......oh I was laughing to loud! Thanks this really made my day I know my students will LOVE it!

  • Niesi Ashe

    Do you know the name of this video? When I clicked on it, it says it is no longer available. Thanks so much!

  • Niesi Ashe

    Never mind, I found it! Thanks!

  • Bonnie Malouf

    Where did you find it? I can't find it.

  • Niesi Ashe

    On YouTube search for partly cloudy. My students also liked the one titled pigeon impossible

Inference Bags

The Blog: Inference Bags!
  • Cynthia Howe

    Students say what's in the bag without saying what's in the bag - great homework project that is fun!

Making Inferences: A Fun and Easy Way to Understand and Practice Implied Meaning