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Inferencing activities

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Using Animated Shorts to Teach Inference (Book Units Teacher)

Using Animated Shorts to Teach Inference If you are looking for some high interest activities, try using animated shorts to teach reading skills. This post contains the animated short film “Lonely Isl

This post has tons of detailed ideas for teaching inferring - and several different lessons and activities you can download for FREE! These resources will help you teach Kindergarten, first, or second grade students to make inferences.

In today's post, I'll share ideas for teaching inferring through a gradual release of responsibility. Make sure to read all the way through the post, because there are several different freebies you can download and use right away!

FREE Making Inferences Activities with Digital Option in Google Slides™

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Making Inferences can be one of the most fun lessons to teach with these Case File activities and inferences activities with wordless picture books!  Make sure to use the FREE graphic organizer!

Making Inferences can be one of the most fun lessons to teach with these Case File activities and inferences activities with wordless picture books! Make sure to use the FREE graphic organizer!

Fun way for 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade students to practice making inferences.  Cut and paste inferencing centers that are no prep.

These no prep centers are a fun way for your students to practice making inferences. The activities are differentiated to help you easily meet the needs of all your students. Students read several short paragraphs and use the clues in the paragraphs to make inferences about the setting. Students cut out the paragraphs and then sort them into 2 groups based on the inferences they made about the setting. Included in this resource: 5 cut and paste inferencing center activities with shorter…

Inferencing FREEBIE! - Smitten with First

Hi teacher friends! I hope you all had an amazing break...some of you may still be on your break, and for that...I am jealous! There is just nothing better than staying in pjs all day and soaking up every bit of family time! I wanted to share a little freebie with you all that I shared on my story on Instagram. This can be played whole group, in pairs, or in stations....all you need are these cards and headbands! You can use the headbands from the game Hedbandz or these elastic ones. Both…

Using Commercials for Working on Inferencing - Speech Time Fun: Speech and Language Activities

Using commercials in speech therapy is a fun and effective way to work on inferencing skills! Read this post about how I use commercials in my lessons.

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Students will learn auxiliary verbs using the words am, is, are. This language resource is engaging and I found it worked very well for my students. Boom cards and Google Slides have been a lifesaver for distance learning and I will continue to use them for in person learning in the future! #google #googleslides #googleclassroom #boomcards #boomlearning #seesawlearning #seesawactivities #classdojo #microsoftteams #speechtherapy #speechtherapyactivities #teletherapy #teletherapyactivities
Making inferences activities with pictures, sentences, and stories
What’s under the Christmas tree? This BOOM Cards™ activity targets inferencing skills. It contains 42 Christmas vocabulary words within six different categories. Visual sentence strips are included on each slide. Additional visual picture choices are provided to include graded difficulty level. Move the Christmas tree aside to reveal the target item!
Not sure how to teach inferencing to your elementary students? Check out these six low-prep or no-prep activities for elementary students! Help your students get the most out of their reading time by helping them build this important skill!