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    Free download - Reading Skills books list. Picture book titles you can use to teach specific reading skills like inference, main idea, context clues, and summary to name a few. May come in handy!

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List of picture books that have positive messages and valuable character building lessons,

Included are 30 task cards to help your students with the reading skill of inference which is a big part of the CCSS. Each card has a situation in which the reader has to infer what is happening based on the context clues and his/her background knowledge. This is great practice for understanding inferences.

Fabulous Context Clues Task Card Game 2 Sets {Upper Elem. Grades} Colored & BWIncluded are:-Recording Sheet for Context Clues 16 Total task cards on context clues8 Context Clue Cards (Green) 8 Context Clue Cards (black & white)8 Context Clue Cards (blue)8 Context Clue Cards (black & white)Answer Keys for both se...

Great concentrated context clues practice for 2nd graders! These three sets (96 total) Context Clues Task Cards will help strengthen your student's reading skills! $

"Character Analysis Case Files" work well for any novel or short story! Your students will act as though they are detectives and develop skills in predicting and making inferences using context clues and evidence from the story! $

Great concentrated context clues practice for 2nd graders! These three sets (96 total) Context Clues Task Cards will help strengthen your student's reading skills! $

These 32 context clue task cards will help your students to better understand what they read and to improve their vocabularies. Great for test prep too! Students can use these cards individually at a center or they could also test each other in pairs. Grades 5-6. $

Great picture book list for kids - What was your favorite picture book you read with your kids this year?