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  • Allison Nelson

    Creative Inference Activity: Inference bags-

  • Megan Marshall

    Inference Bags- Language Arts love!

  • Hanna Minor

    Inference Bags-hand out paper bags; let students place any item that will fit in their bag secretly; Staple closed; Hand out index cards; students write 6 factual clues about mystery object in bag; Place the bags in a center with guessing charts listing all students; When the students go to the center, they read the clues and work to determine what they think is in each student's inference bag.

  • FirstGraderz

    Inference Bags--clever idea for students to take home and then bring back to school.

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