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    • Nancy Pennell

      Making Inferences CHART

    • Kimberly de Boom

      Making Inferences anchor chart

    • Marci Lewis

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

    • Leslie Peterson

      Great tool for teaching the thinking process that goes into a very tough concept for kids to grasp.

    • mrs teacher

      Primary Inspired: Reading Ideas ~ Ten Pin Linky! This anchor chart sets out the process of making inferences very clearly. The chart will be easy for students to follow.

    • Jenny Spencer

      Making Inferences from pictures in first grade

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