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Read this book without showing the pictures and have the students draw the monsters using inference. This is such a great idea!

A 2nd Grade Adventure

{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!

Inference: Character Playing Cards

Classroom Freebies: Inferences Organizer

Classroom Freebies: Inferences Organizer

Inference / Conclusion free printable

Literature Links: Free Literature Ideas to Implement Today!

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Tips for Teaching Inference | Minds in Bloom

First Grade Schoolhouse: What is Your Prediction? Do Not Open This Book! by Joy Cowley is a wonderful big book to promote the love of reading. It can be used to introduce making predictions and works well for shared reading. Children love to read along with this book. Of course, they will want the teacher to turn each page, even though the rat begs them to stop and not go on. My students read this over and over again.

First Grade Schoolhouse: What is Your Prediction?

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