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Inference activities

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Inference - do a carousel type game where students have to find a clue in the story - each groups's clue ends up being a story or writing prompt

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Free Printables to Use with Animated Shorts (Inference)

If you are looking for some high-interest activities, try using animated shorts to teach inference skills. This post contains the animated short film Lonely Island found on YouTube and inserted in…

Text Message Analysis Inferencing and Citing Evidence

Description In this engaging activity, students make inferences and draw conclusions by analyzing a variety of text message conversations. Students are required to cite evidence for each answer. Digital & Printable Options: This product now includes a Google Slides option as well as a printable PDF. This product also includes a page that has two blank phone conversations. Students love the text message layout! This is a great way for older students to practice making inferences and citing…

Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.

With the Common Core Standards in place, students are being asked more and more to use critical thinking skills to analyze literary and informational text. Inference is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by

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Ashleigh Cannon on Twitter: "Cool strategy to teach inferences! Ss could write their own and have their classmates make inferences. #ACUedu_p https://t.co/Dvx62sZqeT"

“Cool strategy to teach inferences! Ss could write their own and have their classmates make inferences. #ACUedu_p”

21 No David Activities and Quick Freebies - this list is perfect for back to school

No David by David Shannon is a classic book to read in kindergarten (and first grade honestly). Here are free No David activities, videos and book ideas listed all in one place so you don't have to go digging to look for them. I'll include more ideas for other No David books too. Be sure to click on the name of each No David freebie to see where it came from and to download it. Freebies for No David You might just need a set of No David masks to complete a project or bulletin board but this…

If you want an easy book to read, Flotsam, by David Wiesner, is the perfect book for you! Flotsam is a wordless picture book; this means there are no words at all! How simple. Flotsam is about a bo...

If you want an easy book to read, Flotsam, by David Wiesner, is the perfect book for you! Flotsam is a wordless picture book; this means there are no words at all! How simple. Flotsam is about a bo...

Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.

Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.