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Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!!

Students view a picture a day and make an inference and prediction. Taken from National Geographic Photo of the Day

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments ~ love this idea. maybe not a crime scene for my kiddos but something similar

point of view / Halloween cute idea to do for art or for a creative writing prompt

This pin contains some ideas for creative writing prompts for high school age students. This particular prompt is for students to write a narrative about Halloween from the perspective of a piece of candy! I think this is such a fun idea!

Teachers, using a Mystery Box will help you teach your students about inferencing and will lay the groundwork so that students can infer while reading! This fun and engaging activity will support your teaching of inferences in the kindergarten, first grad

Mystery Box! {Inferencing Activity

Teach Your Child to Read - Teachers, using a Mystery Box will help you teach your students about inferencing and will lay the groundwork so that students can infer while reading! This fun and engaging activity will support your teaching of inferences in t

love it!!!  Write what caused my snowman to melt.  Cause/Effect

"My Snowman Melted" writing prompt. -What melts your snowman? -What triggers your meltdowns? -What can you do to stay "cool," calm, and collected so your snowman doesn't have a "meltdown"?

3rd Grade Thoughts: Hamburger Paragraph Planning

Hamburger Paragraph Planning

Grade Thoughts: Hamburger Paragraph Planning Great way to focus writing paragraphs on the supports needed!

Using movie shorts in the classroom can be very engaging. Guide your students to make inferences using a Pixar short. The post includes two free graphic organizers to help your students! Perfect to use for any book or video.

Cassie Dahl: Teaching and Technology

Inferences Using movie shorts in the classroom can be very engaging. Guide your students to make inferences using a Pixar short. The post includes two free graphic organizers to help your students!

Paint Chip Story. Paint samples often have unique and interesting names such as Western Sand, Beach Basket, and Mermaid Tear. These names make the perfect story-starters to inspire creative storytelling. Have kids choose five color samples with intriguing names to write a story from.

Practice Paint Sample Storytelling

For older kids-- Practice Paint Sample Storytelling - Paint samples often have unique and interesting names such as Western Sand, Beach Basket, and Mermaid Tear. These names make the perfect story-starters to inspire creative storytelling.

Miss Bell and her Rockstars!

I used this template to create Writing Offices for my third grade students. The students have these offices available when they are writing and can refer to the information listed there! It includes information about: the writing process, an editing.

100 things that I Love. Great idea for students to put in their Writer's Notebook and use to help them find ideas for writing.

100 things that I Love. Great idea for students to put in their Writer's Notebook and use to help them find ideas for writing. Wonderful Art Journal idea, too!

Inference through pictures - What a great idea…find a good picture, glue it on a large piece of construction paper and post on the board/wall. Kids can write inferences about the picture throughout the day…then discuss. Love this!

Inference through pictures - What a great idea…find a good picture, glue it on a large piece of construction paper and post on the board/wall. Kids can write inferences about the picture throughout the day…then discuss.

Differences between Inference and Prediction. Excellent to use when introducing inferences. Students can tell what they know about predictions, and then learn about how inferenceing is different.

Anchor chart-Making Inferences not Predictions. Great anchor chart to illustrate the difference between inferences-prediction. Have the students refer to it, and copy it their journals.

Teach inference without a book! Just love these Pixar Shorts and the kids do too

Teach inference without a book! Just love these Pixar Shorts and the kids do too - One Man Band.

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