Troublesome Words Bundled includes practice (graphic organizers, printables, and PowerPoints) with two/too/to, they're/their/there, it's/its, can/may, leave/let, teach/learn, capitol/capital, principle/principal, between/among, accept/except, and effect/affect. $
Simple and easy steps are presented to introduce inferences to your students. You will find several examples for the teacher led portionof the lesson (I Do). You will also find great questions to lead the classroom discussion portion of a lesson (We Do). You will also find a list of books that have great pictures for inferencing. These would be great to use during the independent time (You Do).
Here is a fun and engaging game that you can play whole group to practice the skill of making inferences!Just print up the pages and place them...
Inferring and Prediction Practice with Animated Short Pigeon:Impossible Lesson Plan and accompanying worksheet
Fun lesson on inferring with Subheadings in Informational Text
This FREE download includes a one-page lesson on observation and inference, a page of 5 pictures for an activity on observation, inference, and prediction, and a one-page handout with simple scenarios for practice making inferences. The one-page lesson is more for grades 6 and up, but the two activities could be easily used in grades 4 and up.
Inferring the Meaning of Words