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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.

Free - a cut and paste activity requiring students to make inferences!

Free Inferences Activities and Games: This free download offers a sampling of Dr. Warren's workbook, Making Inferences the Fun and Easy Way. Inferences are taught with the use of images, slogans, product names, metaphors and more. All the activities were tested by students to assure that all the pages are fun and engaging!

Making Inferences: you could easily make this into a little reading response form for students to use during daily five.

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"

FREE Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures - 29 pages Activity Includes: * Teacher Instructions * 14 Images * Response Handouts for Lessons * List of Possible Responses * Additional Inference Carousel Activity * Template for Student Inference Pictures

Inference Carousel: Making Inferences with Pictures

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Super Cute Idea to introduce students to the concept of: Inferring

Used the book "No David" to practice making inferences (good guesses) about what was happening. Before reading, looked at each picture, wrote down a guess and added a blurb about the picture clue they used to make it.