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  • Megan Marshall

    Inference Bags- Language Arts love!

  • Kaitlin Callaway

    Inference Bags! Definitely doing this! ... neat idea for any age really...

  • Debbie Nieman

    Inference bags. Classroom and whole school ideas

  • Mrs Bart Teaches

    Creative Inference Activity: Inference bags- a GREAT 'get to know you' game. What a fun way to teach inferences! My kids would love this.

  • Chelsea Añn

    Inference Bags Activity. The children will be given paper bags and are to place a secret item inside. Each student will give 6 factual clues about their mystery objects and their classmates will guess what the objects are using those clues.

  • Ellen Mascari

    Inference bags. Very cool idea!

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