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Inference Bundle: Activities and Lessons for Making Inferences

Deb Hanson
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Grade Levels
3rd - 5th, Homeschool
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Deb Hanson
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Description

This inference bundle has everything you need to keep your students engaged as they learn how to infer as they read. The inferencing activities in this bundle make practicing this skill fun and easy! Students love the activities while teachers love the convenience of these no-prep resources that can be used year after year! These inference activities can be used for test prep, review, or introduction of the skill. It includes a PowerPoint, task cards, a craftivity, a game, worksheets, a poster, and partner plays.

What's included... To gain a better idea of everything included, please check out the individual previews for each resource:

Making Inferences PowerPoint

  • Ideal for introducing this topic to students!
  • 48 interactive slides
  • You have my permission to convert this to Google Slides, if you wish.
  • It comes with a matching 5-page companion handout (The companion handout includes both a printable version and a Google Slides version.)

28 Task Cards

  • Short-answer format
  • Short reading passages
  • You get to choose whether to use the printable version, the Google Slides version, the Google Forms version, or the Easel version.

Worksheets and Craftivity

  • First, students read six short reading passages on the worksheets.
  • Then, they use their answers to "make" s'mores!
  • You get to choose whether to use the printable craftivity version, the Easel Activity version, or the Google version.
  • Includes a teaching poster!

Worksheets

  • Students read the six passages and answer the comprehension questions that follow. (The questions require students to infer as they read.)
  • Most have a multiple-choice format; a few have a short-answer format
  • Use some as an assessment, if you wish.
  • You get to choose whether to use the printable version, the Google version, or the Easel Activity version.

I Have… Who has…? Game

  • 32 cards
  • You get to choose whether to use the printable format that is played with an entire class or the Google Slides format that can be played individually or with a partner.

Partner Plays (4th and 5th grade version)

  • Focus on fluency while practicing the skill of making inferences
  • After reading each script, students answer comprehension questions that require them to make inferences based on what they read.
  • You get to choose whether to use the print version or the Google version.

Partner Plays (2nd and 3rd grade version)

  • Focus on fluency while practicing the skill of making inferences
  • After reading each script, students answer comprehension questions that require them to make inferences based on what they read.
  • You get to choose whether to use the print version or the Google version.

Here's what teachers like you have to say about this bundle:

  • Alexis K. said, "I seriously love everything about this bundle. There's a PowerPoint that explicitly teaches the skill, which is engaging and easy to follow for the students. There are task cards to practice after the initial lesson, and then there's even a craftivity that allows my more hands-on learners to get practice with the skill. This resource adheres to all types of learners. I am using this every year!"

  • Amy C. said, "I use this resource when reviewing inferences. This bundle is wonderful; I use it yearly. I love Deb Hanson's products! You will not regret purchasing any of her resources!"

  • Allison H. said, "Another wonderful resource from Deb. The activities in this bundle help to make inferencing less abstract and still provide a great amount of rigor."

  • Kimberley H. said, "Best thing since sliced bread! Seriously! It made teaching inferencing so easy and fun! I love that there is a game so my kids can continue practicing it... I love the PowerPoint companion... I could go on and on about how this is the best. In fact, one of my boys today said, "you know this stuff is actually easy". He had no understanding of it before!"

Are you looking for a making inferences intervention resource, or inference activities designed to be used with a small group of students? You might want to check out my set of Making Inferences Tri-folds/Lessons!

CLICK HERE for the print version.

CLICK Here for the digital version.

Copyright by Deb Hanson

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The resources in this bundle are to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher is prohibited. This item is also bound by copyright laws. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting these items (or any part thereof) on an Internet site that is not password protected are all strictly prohibited without first gaining permission from the author. Violations are subject to the penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Please contact me if you wish to be granted special permissions!

Total Pages
100+
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.
Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

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