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Making Inferences Reading Passages Printables

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Part of my Comprehension Strategy Bundle. This pack includes reading passages and printables to practice the Making Inferences comprehension strategy. ~Reading Passages FIVE Differentiated passages, three versions of each: Version 1- Students color-code passage, then color the picture that goes with the story. Version 2- More difficult text. Students color-code passage by answering inference questions. Version…

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Part of my Comprehension Strategy Bundle.

This pack includes reading passages and printables to practice the Making Inferences comprehension strategy.

~Reading Passages FIVE Differentiated passages, three versions of each:
Version 1- Students color-code passage, then color the picture that goes with the story.
Version 2- More difficult text. Students color-code passage by answering inference questions.
Version 3- Students color-code passage, then write inferences and illustrate.

~Who’s at Work? Inferring guess-who printable: Kids cut and paste the speech bubbles to the correct workers.

~Picture Inference Printables: Students make inferences from the pictures. 2 line options included.

~Inferring Graphic Organizers: Can be used with any book.

READ WHAT OTHER TEACHERS HAVE SAID:

“Quick and easy to work with, especially for my RTI students who are working on inferring.” -Dorine

“Loved all the differentiation. My students enjoyed this product.” -Danielle

“One of our RTI goals this year was making inferences. I love how these sheets were differentiated so that I could use them with all of my groups. I saw great growth with all of my students!” -Alisa

To purchase this from my TpT store, click here: Making Inferences passages & printables

Have an awesome year!
Brenda

1 review for Making Inferences Reading Passages Printables

  1. Casey D.

    ⭐️⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️
    There are few inferencing resources out there that are appropriate for first grade, but this one definitely was a great one! This pack required students to use both text and picture clues to make an inference, as well as find the evidence.

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