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  • Katherine Orth

    Cute Idea to introduce students to making inferences. Done this before & my students REALLY caught on. The anchor chart helps a lot. *

  • Mary Harwood

    Making Inferences- early childhood classroom idea

  • Kelly Kuehn

    What’s in My Teacher’s Bag {Making Inferences}

  • Kristy Roberts

    What's in the teacher's purse? so cute for teaching inference. LOVE THIS FOR MAKING INFERENCES

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Great tool for teaching the thinking process that goes into a very tough concept for kids to grasp.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

The Mystery Box- Great for inferencing and asking questions. Worksheet allows for student teamwork. I think I will do a new item every week or have different students take it home and fill it w/ a mystery item.

FREE Graphic Organizer: Making Inferences - 1 graphic organizer Directions: Read the text to make an inference based on the information provided and what you already know. Remember, you want to reveal what the author isn't telling the reader directly.

My anchor chat about making inferences :-) ... Uploaded with Pinterest Android app. Get it here: bit.ly/w38r4m

another pinner said, "we talked about words to use {sentence starters} when we’re making/writing about inferences. We went over schema again and they IMMEDIATELY knew what evidence was"

A great packet to use when working on making inferences with students. The packet contains the following:What is an Inference

Here are two nice forms for practicing inferencing skills. Great example chart in post. Also, can be adapted for a lesson on Determining Importance with lesson in Comprehension Connections book.

Great little lesson on making inferences from the first grade parade. Because its a killer to teach.

What's in my teacher's bag? (might want to do a quick check before we reach in and start yanking stuff out in front of 28 2nd graders)

Inference - Tanny Mcgregor Trash Lesson