Making Inferences Reading Passages and Activities:
These making inferences and activities contain reading passages and inferencing riddles for 3rd-5th grade.
These no-prep, print-and-go activities give students practice searching for clues to make inferences. Creating riddles to be “on the other end” of inferencing takes students to a deeper level.
This inferencing product contains:
- two instructional pages with examples and explanations (anchor charts) of making inferences
- ten worksheets with passages and related questions designed to show students how inferencing works (these pages also incorporate the inferencing equation with the puzzle pieces)
- ten pages of riddles where students use inferencing skills to solve the riddle as well as space on each page to create their own riddle (using the same category as the riddle that they solved)
Creating riddles helps students use inferencing skills at a deeper level.
NOTE: THIS FILE INCLUDES A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!
This product includes a digital option (as well as the no prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet.
This file contains 31 pages.
Amanda P –
This helps my kids to think deeper and put the “pieces” together.
Dana S –
Great activity and very helpful for students that had trouble understanding inferences!
Marian T –
My students really enjoyed this product
Ruth Domago –
Thank you, for doing the work.
meredith S –
WONDERFUL resource…. Really improved my student’s understanding of inferences! Thank you so much!
Bettina L –
Used for my Masters work sample! Thanks!
MIRSHA P –
Piera P –
Sabrina LeBlond –
My students loved this resource…me too!
Claire W –
My students enjoyed both activities! My concern with accuracy comes with the description of the airplane. It said two wheels, and my students were associating the landing gear at the front as a third wheel. I didn’t know what your thoughts were. Thank you for great activities!
Ashley M –
Great passages to use with our inferencing unit!
Courtney S –
Great for the holidays!
Angela G –
Can’t wait to use these!
Marcia Combs –
Jenelle C –
Excellent resource! Gets students thinking. Thanks!
Kimberly Hallberg –
I really like the format and my students like the riddles. Great strategy for teaching/reinforcing inferences.
Karen B –
A terrific resource!
Janice S –
Elementary Teacher’s Pet –
Can’t wait to use this for our upcoming review unit!
Kathleen B –
Boxer Mom and 3rd Grade Teacher –
This is great! Thanks!
Jenny G –
Loved the jigsaw format
Marilyn E –
Great product and fun to use
Stephanie H –
This packet is full of excellent short scenarios and riddles!
Nazira A –
One of my top 2 favorite sellers for Language Arts unit. Absolutely loved these printable. I really appreciate you taking the time to ALWAYS include definition / explanation & examples pages in the beginning of each unit ! That is a tremendous benefit : )
This unit is truly amaZing, eXactly what I was looking for !!!
Brittany Lindsay –
Great tool for teaching inferences with my 2nd and 3rd graders. Thanks!
Nazmunnisha I –
patricia corrado –
Terrific resource that the kids and myself loved
Kathy B –
Wishing I had read the description more carefully. Too hard for my 2nd graders.
Tracy M –
Rebecca B –
Great resource! Students loved them…helped understand inferencing! Thank you
Suzanne Gibbs –
This was a great way to give my kids another way of looking at inferencing, and having some “mini-reads” to help them practice. Thanks so much for this great tool!
Jodi Gabriel –
Helpful work on a tough subject!
Laurel S –
inferring made easy, thanks
Rebecca T –
These were great inference practice for my small groups, thanks for a wonderful resource!
Chantelle Bombardier –
Very helpful resource!
Jasmine J –
I used this as a practice before the state assessment. The kids loved playing!
Jamie S –
This was great for my 2nd graders. I love the puzzle pieces that you included with the passages. It matches my anchor chart in my room so the kids connected with it pretty quickly!
Energized Literacy and More –
Wonderful resource for small groups . . . thanks!
Sobo’s School House –
My students LOVED getting to create their own inference riddles, great product
Denise R –
Thanks for this! Can’t wait to use it with my students!
Victoria L –
Awesome, thank you!
Pamela R –
Thanks for sharing!
Michelle S –
Such a great resource. The kids really struggle with this, so we need lots of help like this!
Dayna W –
Great resource 🙂
Rebecca M –
Great resource, thank you!! 🙂
Marcy B –
Love this graphic organizer, thank you!
Andrew Bishop –
I love using this along with teaching inferences! Great for small group!
Saundra K –
This is such a great resource. It challenged my kid and helped to start putting things into perspective for social skills.
RPM Primary Creations –
I like the activities.
Wild West Humanities –
Sloane S –
Brittney B –
Great to target a tricky skill!
Sarah W –
great resource, love the riddles!
Williamina H –
My kiddos loved this resource!
kristin R –
Great activity. Kept the students engaged.
stephanie R –
The Texas Techie –
Good resource! Thank you!
Lauren H –
Perfect resource to help my ESL 5th Graders with inferencing.
Sheryl G –
Samantha Porter –
Amanda U –
This material was excellent to help teach inference skills. It was interesting and created good discussions! Thank you!
Rocio SuarezRuiz –
Awesome resource to reinforce skill.
Claudia D –
Kelley N –
Very helpful! Thanks!
Karlie P –
great to use during unit on inferencing. really enjoyed it
Michelle H –
Perfect for review for three weeks!!!
Maryann Peik –
Great resource- thank you!
Patricia Bergamini –
Excellent resource. I love it! Thank you.
Stephanie S –
Great resource! Perfect with interactive notebooks.
Lauren C –
Thanks for the activity!
jobeth bocock –
great visuals and the kids seem to really understand the concepts
Naphtali W –
Loved this and my students did really well with it!
maria G –
Kayla M –
Great resource! Thank you 🙂
Maestra Meyers –
Great practice and homework
Nichole N –
Great for giving extra practice. Thanks!
Leanne B –
Great in small groups!
Misti Sprouse –
The Clever Teacher –
Great product! My students enjoyed it.
Alicia G –
I’m excited to use this resource!
Tawni D –
Used for centers…..worked well
Shayla Branch –
Great for partner work
susan G –
Wonderful resource to help your students understand inferencing better. Thank you!
Michaela R –
This is a really great graphic organizer for some of my fifth graders who are working on inferencing. Thank you for the resource!
Jennifer F –
Megan Samora –
great resource for extra practice. I like the puzzle pieces visual!
Amanda C –
My kids love it!
Great resource! Thank you!
Lindsey H –
Just what I was looking for! Provides a great breakdown for learning how to inference, which is a very popular goal for many of my students. Thank you!
Michelle V –
Alexis L –
Easy to use.
Traci Tury –
My kids did so well with these. It was a great visual for them to highlight where they find the answers and then put it in the appropriate puzzle piece.
The Reading Factory –
very nice and happy I found this!
Sara Pewett –
My kiddos were struggling with incorporating what is stated with what they know. This is a great way for them to visually see the connection while practicing with quick scenarios. Great resource!
Amy S –
Great way to explicitly teach this skill!
Julie G –
Looking for inferencing activities to use in small group.
Melissa Scott –
These were great! I loved the concrete, puzzle image to help students remember the three parts of an inference, and the passages helped students get the practice they needed, and made for a great assessment.
Katrina D –
Terrific Resource! Thanks!
Haylie Dial –
I love this resource! It was exactly what I was needing to add to my inference instruction.
Jennifer H –
Great resource! My students are going to love it.
Daniela Lubbe –
The layout is such an effiective way to build understanding.
Kelsi W –
This was a great resource for my small reading groups to reiterate making inferences!
Kali Cummins –
These were easy to use! Thanks for the great product!
Mona R –
Patricia L –
Have not used these yet, but plan to use them for homework soon. I like the way they are designed to make students think, as they should, when finding inferences.
Lori M –
Alex O –
Diane A –
Students need a lot of practice at inference
Jennifer G –
This resources was awesome for my literacy skill groups! I like that I had different options for my different levels of students.
Erin W –
This is a great tool for teaching inferences. It is a skill most of my students need to work on!
Jackie M –
Another amazing resource that I can implement immediately!
Shannon C –
Sarah P –
Easy for students to understand how to put an inference together.
Mandie P –
Just what I needed to help a student that I tutor…thanks!
Megan F –
Such a great resource!!! Thank you for including all the details!
TIna H –
caitlin M –
Great resource! Thanks
Pauline K –
Very easy to follow. Perfect for my student who is working on making inferences.
Laura P –
Perfect supplement! Thank you!
Jillian N –
Great resource! Thank you!
Rafael G –
great tool used
Erica C –
I like the association of the puzzle pieces to putting it all together.
sandy D –
Love this resource! Can’t wait to try it out. Super good price too!
Melonie B –
I can’t wait to use this next year!
Brittany B –
Can’t wait to try this out!
Carla B –
Thank you, getting started early.
Lisa E –
Great resource for targeted practice! Thank you 🙂
Kelli Santos –
Nice intro resource for inferencing.
April H –
I love that these are no prep.
Debbie Diatte –
Great Standards based work!!
Suzanne Sharpe –
Really great resource for working on inferences!
Learning Is Something To Treasure –
Can’t wait to use this next year! Thanks!
Nancy Diestler –
This is a great way to support instruction about inferences and give the kids who need it a bit of extra practice.
Mary T –
Catherine M –
Catherine B –
Lynn M –
Cannot wait touse these with my SWD as we introduce inferences. These are very good visuals for differentiation. Thank you
Miss Berard –
Making inferences is so difficult for so many kids, and I think this resource will help! Thanks!
Lisa Bennett –
Looking forward to using this resource next school year! Thank you for your hard work.
Stephanie Dec –
Janna B –
Kerrie Ann D –
I look forward to using this resource next school year!
Carol A –
This resource is great; love that it provides lots of practice and the opportunity to create their own riddles!
Teacher Nikki –
I’m looking forward to using it in my classroom during the upcoming school year. Making inferences always seems to trip up my students each year. This will be the perfect addition to help them. Thank you!
Karie C –
Definitely a great resource!!
Heather B –
We enjoyed using this resource. Thank You.
Erin F –
I’m so grateful for these because I’m always struggling with teaching inference!
Carrie N –
Great resource to provide practice for my students!
Deenita J –
A great tool to help with understanding how to inference which tends to be a difficult skill for many to understand. Good for review.
Anna Marie Woloszyn –
Great practice resource!
Stephanie S –
Great resource for inferencing!
Love this! So perfect for my different leveled learners.
Jordan Northenor –
I am very excited to use this product this coming school year.
Joanne C –
Thank for these useful and easy to use resources.
Jennifer R –
Great visual activity!
Brittany T –
Great resource! Can’t wait to use.
Sunny Days in School –
Thank you! 🙂
I love the riddles! I think my kids will really love them. Plus, they can practice by writing their own in the same format.
Jayna M –
Great! Thank you!
Thank you for all of your hard work.
Yolanda S –
This is a wonderful resource to use with students to help with inference.
Laura S –
I like that this includes the anchor charts!
Daniela W –
Great independent practice and assessments
McKenna M –
My students really loved these, and I loved the no prep 🙂
Katie K –
Thank you–this is great!!
Kristal L –
I enjoyed this resource, overall I would recommend to other ELAR teachers!
Julie Pirtle –
Even though they make inferences every day dozens of time a day, when asked to specifically make them in reading, 4th graders freeze. This resource helped my students. Thank you
Markia M –
Inferences are tough- I am hoping these help out my students this school year!
Shannon Gregg –
Looking forward to using this resource!
Nicole F –
I cannot wait to use this!!!!
Michelle G –
Great Resource! Thank you!
Tonya L –
This will be a great activity for my students this year!
Brenda Thompson-Positive Possibilities –
Can’t wait to use when school starts. Thank you!!!
Teri Jolly –
Can’t wait to use it.
Adriana Wilson –
This resource is one I can’t wait to use. Thank you
Christina W –
Great resource, thank you!!
Melinda J –
This was a great supplement to my reading curriculum!
Audrey Scarbriel –
Looking forward to using next year!
Stephanie D –
Can’t wait to use this. My students struggle with this. I am hoping this will be helpful.
Jenna B –
I can’t wait to use these as a resource with small groups!
Mr Lee’s Learners –
Great resource to work on a difficult reading skill! Perfect for whole group or small group instruction.
Ronda S –
These look great to help the kids learn inferencing.
Michelle R –
I will be using these in my lit centers during reading group time as a review, and can’t wait to see how well they work out.
Megan B –
Awesome to get students brains working!
Great resource! I can’t wait to use it!
Mallory M –
Great resource to support your teaching with inferences!
The STEM Collaborative –
I love this! Going to be very helpful this year!
Alexis J –
Gabrielle K –
Stephanie Blackton –
Looking forward to using this this upcoming school year!
Rhiannah S –
I look forward to using these in my classroom.
Kayle T –
Great Resource! Loved using in small group.
Toni S –
Thanks for sharing a great resource!
Melody Vann –
Can’t wait to use this!
Gloria L –
Stefanie P –
brittany F –
These really helped my struggling readers with understanding inferences!
Wendance’s Resources –
Excellent inferencing activities!! Thank you!
alicia H –
Looks fantastic! Can’t wait to use this in the upcoming school year!
Penina G –
Looking forward to using this great resource with my students in September.
Lotus D –
Great way to introduce a tricky concept. Thanks!
Janine May –
Awesome Resource! Would definitely recommend purchasing!
Melissa M –
I’m so excited to use this resource with my inferencing lessons!
Shannon A –
Jorene K –
Jessica Fletcher –
Great for inference practice
Marisa Stolte –
This was a great resource to break down inferencing and have students work on their goals.
Teaching at Club Mac –
Great resource for anchor chart and interactive notebooks.
Heather K –
Brittany B –
Great resources for students who need some extra practice on inferences.
Kelsey K –
I swear everything you make is gold! Thanks for another fantastic resource!
Missy N –
I love teaching students how to infer. This resource has been a great help!
Hallie W –
Making inferences can be a hard concept for kids to grasp. This product helped my students better understand what inferencing meant.
Kristin Berg –
Students ask me all the time, what does infer mean? This resource should solve that problem!
Andi L –
The was a fun way to practice making inferences.
Melissa P –
Great resource! Students loved the visual of the puzzle pieces. Definitely using again!
Karen H –
A great resource to help students understand inferences.
keelyann miller –
I use it for the older students 4-5 graders
Theresa G –
Ashlene Q –
Thanks so much for your creativity!
Lori F –
A great way to help students understand inferences in a way that was engaging.
Lisa Hamler –
Amanda Thomas –
I love the puzzle piece visual! This really helps students practice inferencing!
Sincerely Jilly –
Thank you! We practice as much as possible with making inferences.
Ina G –
Kellie V –
Great for small group guided instruction or self-guided practice!
Jennifer R –
Can’t wait to use! Thank you!
BRENDA S –
Dive into Fourth Grade –
A fantastic resource, engaging, and well organized. Thank you!
stephanie C –
Amber W –
Great resource, very easy to follow.
Anita W –
I am looking forward to using this with my 4th graders! It’s been 8 years since I taught 4th grade, so anything to help a teacher out. 🙂 Thank you!
Bonnie F –
Can’t wait to use with my students.
Teaching With Motherbird –
This is a great resource to go deeper into defining inferences!
Shavonn H –
can’t wait to use
Sonya P –
Very informational for students.
KINDER and so FOURTH –
This is going to be great when we get to this topic! Thank you!
Katrin B –
Casey F –
Great resource– thank you!
tj J –
Wonderful resource! I appreciate how the directions were so detailed! Thank you!
Melissa R –
perfect for my needs
Awesome resource!! Thank you~!
Dianna D –
Nice compliment to our unit.
Elsa G –
Love this, thank you
Helpful resource, thank you.
Shawn Holey –
This was a great resource to accompany the skill taught that day.
Deon A –
Cara Natkin –
great resource, especially writing their own riddles
Christie Kerbow –
just what I was looking for
Flying into 4th –
Elizabeth W –
Valerie M –
A very helpful resource.
Susan F –
Students will like the puzzle graphic
Christina H –
Thank you for a great resource!
Magical Learning with Miss Mindy –
perfect for my reading centers! Thanks!
Charise B –
Nicole N –
Excited to try it! Thank you
Patricia Ball –
Great practice for students. Thanks!
Stephanie R –
I love this resource! Fun for the kids and easy to use.
Laura G –
Rebecca T –
thanks! This will be helpful!
jody E –
Such a difficult strategy to teach AND understand. Love how you break it down to build a foundation! Looks to be so engaging and fun, and sure to help my students better understand inferences. Thanks so much!
Lindy D –
I’m looking forward to using this!
Patrizia B –
dawn A –
Great product to help “piece” together inferencing.
Melissa Preston –
Perfect to help students think a little deeper when they read!
Yelitza C –
This is perfect for small groups and tutorials. I love it!
The Key Therapy –
Using this with 3rd grade and 4th and we love it!
Mandy P –
Thank you for this great resource!
Evelyn M –
Great resource for inferences
Debra N –
Perfect for my resource students!
Outside the Lines –
This is a wonderful unit!
Great resource, Thank you!
Elizabeth B –
lynn smallwood –
Molly H –
Used this resource the SECOND I printed it out!
Lauren W –
This a wonderfully clever way to help students make the connections needed for inferencing!
Lindsey Pitts –
Great practice with plenty of options!
Kenna C –
Exactly what I have been looking for!
Elena Perrotta –
Liz Teaches Magic –
Journaling and Teaching Bonanza –
Erin G –
This resource is a fantastic addition to my Inferences toolkit. Lots of opportunities for independent work and differentiation. Thank you so much!
Patricia E –
Kristine M –
Excellent resource- Thank you so much!
Elizabeth L –
Great resource to use, inferences can be tricky for students.
Jaclyn Berg –
Brady M –
This resource is helping me “fill in the blanks” in regards to inferencing skills! Thanks!
Sophia W –
Easy format for teaching students
The Phonics Phenomenon –
Great inferencing practice.
Chris Elliott in 4th –
Tammy T –
Great idea! Thank you!
Addie W –
Easy to use resource
B T –
Great visual for students to work with. Thanks!
Kristie Magnuson –
Nancy C –
It was a great resource for students. It helped my students with their reading test.
K Zimmermann –
Can’t wait to use this resource!
Natalie C –
Great resource, thank you!
Keyla Unger –
Julie A –
Megan F –
Perfect for my students who struggle with more abstract concepts
Sarah M –
This was a perfect small group activity!
Martina G –
Karen Y –
We recently used this and I am also using for our at-home learning right now. This is a great way to explain to students how to make inferences using the text evidence and an engaging way for them to practice the skill. Thanks!
Chad P –
Quick Fixes –
Great resource! Thank you!
Dawn U –
Students loved the activities.
Brooklyn D –
I wish the passages were a bit longer, but this is my favorite inferencing resource to date! I really love the thought provoking questions that are provided!
Teacher Tasia –
This resource is great for teaching inferences. Thank you so much for including a disatnace learning option free of charge.
Teresa Cheung –
Thank you for the wonderful resource.
Cheerful Counseling –
This is such a fun and creative resource!! Great for my students who struggle with inferences. Thank you!
DeShawn S –
This is a great resource to help students understand inferences.
Designs by Amy –
It is a great resource. For distance learning, I had to take screen shots and then copy it over to google slides so that my students were able to type in the document and share it with me. This is a great resource when we are in school and working face to face with students.
Laura H –
I used these with interventions – both for struggling students and more advanced younger students. I was not a certified elementary teacher – I was the media specialist who used to teach high school – so these were very helpful. Thanks!
4 the Love of Teaching 3rd –
Great resource! Thanks!
Brittany S –
My students really struggle with making inferences. This resource has been great for distance learning. It is easy for them to use and they seem to have enjoyed it.
Tricia K –
Great resource that allowed my kids to work on making inferences using manageable passages.
Jessica Cobb –
A great resource to use when teaching inference.
Katie O –
I loved the visual element of this resource! My students seem to struggle with making inferences and this resource really helped them practice this skill!
Melissa D –
I love these!
Love in Primary –
All students from my GT-Sped were successful and felt accomplished after doing these in literacy stations.
Sheila H –
Students found this resource easy to work with.
Sarah P –
So helpful for distance learning. Engaging for students.
Baitzy Got Books –
Super thorough resource for covering all aspects of making inferences.
Krystal S –
Great resource to use for reading interventions!
Courtney M –
I used this with a private client for tutoring. Very useful!!
Kelly S –
Great resource! THANKS!
Ma Magdalena V –
Thank you for this resource!
Deborah Burton –
Brooke V –
fun and engaging
Morgan B –
Great resource for teaching a tough skill!
Jodi H –
This was a fun/new way to have my students practice inference. They really enjoyed this.
Nicole L –
this is a great way to practice inferencing
Cynthia G –
An engaging resource that really helped students master inferences!
Nancy schirripa –
Great resource. Fun and easy to use!
Sarah D –
I used this with my special education middle school ELA class during online distance learning. They needed a lot of guidance, but the format was very easy to use with Google classroom.
Wendy F –
This really helped my kids with inferences in an everyday experience manner. Thank you!
Deana Jones –
Straightforward, comprehensive resource for teaching inferences.
Janelle B –
Thank you for this resource!
Wonderful for reinforcing the always-important skill of inferring!
Ronda P –
Used this in Daily 5 rotation. Students found it easy to use and enjoyed a change of pace.
Jonalee S –
Sam C –
I loved this resource! It worked so well for digital learning.
kristin D –
This was a great investment! Easy to use with my students during distance learning!
Jessica M –
Inferences are a hard concept for students to understand and this helped them see and understand what they are and why we need them. Thank you!!
Alex Zaring –
Love using this for such a hard skill!
Breona A –
This resource has been a great tool for teaching the concept of inferencing. The passages are easy to read and my students enjoy the riddles.
Jody G –
This was a fantastic resource for my kids and it was easy for me to break into different slide presentations so I could easily access an I do, We do, You do, assignment for my classes.
Jessica Foster –
Great resource to use in the classroom.
Holly A –
This was a wonderful way to practice inferences with shorter texts! My class loved this activity!
Stephanie J –
Aligned well with my standards.
Lisa L –
This was a very useful resource. I was able to convert the examples into interactive google slides to use for emergency sub plans. Thank you.
leticia R –
Dawna B –
This is a great product to use to introduce students to inferences. Then, you still have so many opportunities for practice!
beverly kerr –
this was a great digital practice
Fiorela M –
Great Resource. Exactly what I was looking for. Thank You so much! Saved me tons of work.
Fireflies N’ Mason Jars –
This is great- thank you for creating!
Paige B –
This resouce was great for inferencing. My students loved the variety of activities.
Catherine S –
I love this resource to help students with making inferences!
Lindsay Kingsbury –
This is great for guided and independent practice!
deborah S –
My students loved the resource!
Angela S –
Great activity if you want some quick inferencing activities.
jenn D –
Sharon G –
Great activity to practice this skill
Lisa J –
This is a great resource! Thank you!
Sandra D –
Thanks! This resource was easy to use and the students really got the hang of it with practise. Liked the puzzle organizer.
Mariekuh S –
This is a great resource. I would recommend it more for RL.
One Heart at a Time –
I love this resource. Thank you!
Hedgehog Reader –
Very helpful – thank you!
Readers Rule –
I love that this emphasizes using text clues AND your background schema.
Amanda V –
Thank you! Very helpful
Stephanie S –
During distance learning this is a great resource to use during students asynchronous time.
Jennifer S –
This fit well with what I was teaching and students did well with it. Thank you.
Robyn Hurliman –
I always find it hard to explain what inference from is, this resource guides us through it and scaffolds how to make them. Kids got it.
Marcellina K –
Fantastic resource for my students to practise their inferencing skills.
Jessica Peck –
This provided great practice for my students on inferencing.
Alana Durmmond –
My students loved using this resource. It was very fun and engaging! Thank you!
Caitlyn S –
The students enjoyed these easy to read passages and questions. I used this as a whole class review and also check in’s during their Daily 5 routine.
Larissa Lee Learning –
This was great for practicing making inferences!
Andrea K –
I used this product to help my students, who could already decode efficiently, better understand the text. They learned how to make an inference and to cite text evidence. I plan to use the resource agin this year.
Moriah L –
Easy to use in all distance learning! Great resource!
Sharon L –
I used this as a review! The students loved it!
Cathy A –
Students enjoyed making inferences on the picture provided, along with reading the short stories! Great to review for ELA!
Positively Posch in Fourth –
Thank you for a great resource!
Amy Y –
My students loved this activity! Perfect supplement to our online learning!
MrsDTeaches Me –
Brianne’s Store –
This product has helped with inferencing and being able to develop my student’s skills. This is a problem area for my students and this will help support their learning.
Nikki F –
This is great practice for reinforcing inferencing. I loved it and so did my students.
Susan Teaches –
thanks for the inference resources!
Leanne M –
Great digital resource.
Lori L S –
Mrs Harts Happy Store –
Great resource to use with my RTI groups! Used both for enrichment and for my struggling learners.
Jamie M –
Loved how my kiddos were able to show their understanding of inferencing.
Morgan Chapman –
Great resource! It is a great practice for inferences. Really well done!
Tammy S –
Very effective with the puzzle piece images. I like that student get to think up their own riddles too! Fun!
Ashley G –
This resource was great to use while remote teaching.
Teacher Corner of Grace –
This is a great resource. The students really enjoyed the puzzles; it made it easier for them to see the connections between everything.
Pam F –
Making inferences is a hard concept. Thanks for making it easier.
GISELLE Q –
Great resource. Just what I needed. Thank you!
Lisa R –
This has been great for distance learning.
Lewis P –
Very useful resource!
Jennifer I –
This was a great activity for my students to complete during distance learning.
Katie B –
These were a fun way for my students to practice inferencing!
Nicole L –
This is very helpful!
Danielle Minerva –
Great way to scaffold the skill of making inferences. This was a great resource for independent practice!!
Jaden T –
My students really enjoyed this resource. There were a lot of review problems related to inferences and great examples! I love how they are represented as puzzle pieces that when put together they make up the inference.
Kristen S –
This is a great resource to use with my students to continue to practice inferencing.
Maranda Wright –
This was a great resource to practice inferencing while we were doing virtual learning.
Amanda K –
This resource really allowed my kids to practice making inferences and really broke down the process with them! This is a great resource to use while we are distance learning.
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Anne E –
My students LOVED this!!!