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Social Inferences6

Social Inferences AGE GROUP: 5+ Ready-to-use therapy material to foster key social skills and the ability to make social inferences. The “Social Inferences” card pack provides therapists with a valuable tool to help children master the skill of identifying clues in pictures to unravel their meaning. It is a handy resource that nurtures children’s ability to describe, interpret and successfully integrate social cues and contextual information to make meaning. The pack comprises 60 printable…

For years, I have witnessed, over and over again, the value of using pictures to teach reading skills in my classroom.  I always use them to introduce reading skills like inference, story elements, ca

For years, I have witnessed, over and over again, the value of using pictures to teach reading skills in my classroom. I always use them to introduce reading skills like inference, story elements, ca

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…

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.

Highlights What's Wrong? illustration. Street Hockey. September, 2012.  Wimmelbild  Created for Highlights Magazine Copyright © Highlights Press

Highlights What's Wrong? illustration. Street Hockey. September, 2012. Wimmelbild Created for Highlights Magazine Copyright © Highlights Press

Hello Literacy: Observing, Describing & Inferring with {Picture of the Day}: Reading Photos "Closely"

What do you observe in this picture? What details do you notice? What do see when observing it "closely"? What inferences can you make based on what you see in this picture? These are just a few of the questions that get kids thinking about some of the answers to many of the questions we ask them during close readings of a text. Picture of the Day is an inferring strategy I started with... Photo courtesy of Barbara Saia of Happy Go Smile ... students last year to increase their reading…

Making inferences from pictures is a great way to gets students started on making inferences. Use pictures first then move to making inferences with text.

Making inferences from pictures is a great way to gets students started on making inferences. Use pictures first then move to making inferences with text.

Inference Pin Board

I started to create an "Inference" pin board on Pinterest recently when I came across a board by Rachel Lynette I repined her pins and started adding others to the collection as well! I couldn't figure out how I could use these pins in my classroom since Pinterest is blocked in my school. (Is it just me or do schools block everything that could be potentially useful besides the boring educational websites?) Then I realized that I could turn my pin board into a PDF file and show it on my…