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Really Good Literacy Center™: Making Inferences

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48 cards, 4 mats, 1 task card
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Grades: 4-5

Practice Making Inferences With This Engaging Game

Making inferences is the foundation of many of the higher-level thinking processes. In this activity, students practice making a variety of inferences including those related to setting, character traits, point of view, and more. Through an engaging game, students find clues in the text and use their background knowledge to support their conclusions. They check their work by turning their cards over to see if a complete design is formed. Students use the graphic organizer on the back of the game mats toanalyze text and organize their ideas.

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  • 48 Learning Deck Cards™
  • Size: 3½" by 2½" each
  • Four Write-on/wipe-off game mats
  • Size: 8½" by 8½" each
  • One center task card
  • Size: 6" by 9"
  • One storage bag with handle
  • Size: 11" by 13¼"
  • Four dry erase crayons
  • Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide

Grades: 4-5

Refer to text and quote accurately from it to explain what the text says explicitly and to draw inferences from it.

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