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What a great "morning work" activity! Show students a picture & have them make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and then 5 predictions. Clarifies those processes &--depending on the picture!--can be a great way to get them thinking and engaged on a topic.

What a great "morning work" activity! Show students a picture & have them make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and then 5 predictions. Clarifies those processes &--depending on the picture!--can be a great way to get them thinking and engaged on a topic.

I love this idea from Hello Literacy to practice inference skills with a picture of the day!

I love this idea from Hello Literacy to practice inference skills with a picture of the day!

Inference: What are two things you can say about this little boy?

Inference: What are two things you can say about this little boy?

A great way to get kids thinking ~ show a picture and ask students to write about what they think happened.

A great way to get kids thinking ~ show a picture and ask students to write about what they think happened.

Inference: How do you think this boy feels about his dinner? What makes you think so?

So I was thinking...

Inference: How do you think this boy feels about his dinner? What makes you think so?

Based on this picture; infer or take a logical guess about what happened here.  Why do you think so? If you were there what would you do? Who would be with you?

Based on this picture; infer or take a logical guess about what happened here. Why do you think so? If you were there what would you do? Who would be with you?

Building Strong, Young Scientists With A Year Of Observations and Inferences - Picture of the Week Activities

Building Strong, Young Scientists With A Year Of Observations and Inferences - Picture of the Week Activities

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

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 PICTURES~ These ads are amazing! A lot of them (Not all are appropriate) could be used with students when working with inference. This ad is for a sugar-free lollipop.

INFERENCE PICTURES~ These ads are amazing! A lot of them (Not all are appropriate) could be used with students when working with inference. This ad is for a sugar-free lollipop.

Teaching inference with pictures- I love that the evidence is given to support the inference- "because, since, etc."

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Teaching inference with pictures- I love that the evidence is given to support the inference- "because, since, etc."

pictures for teaching inferences | ... Podcast – Using Inference to Read « Anita's Tips, Tricks & Weblinks

pictures for teaching inferences | ... Podcast – Using Inference to Read « Anita's Tips, Tricks & Weblinks

Inference with pictures...loads of pictures!

Inference with pictures...loads of pictures!

Inferring From Photo Prompts - 30 different photos in two different formats for having your students practice inferencing.  Use the large photos or the photos with room to write what is happening.  All FREE from The Curriculum Corner!  Includes anchor word chart for inferencing.

Inferring From Photo Prompts

Inferring From Photo Prompts - 30 different photos in two different formats for having your students practice inferencing. Use the large photos or the photos with room to write what is happening. All FREE from The Curriculum Corner! Includes anchor word chart for inferencing.

LOVE Norman Rockwell! 'These little pictures of his are great for teaching inferences. "what I see vs. What I infer"

Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)

LOVE Norman Rockwell! 'These little pictures of his are great for teaching inferences. "what I see vs. What I infer"

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference.

A collection of photos to use when teaching inference.

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