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Inferring lessons

Discover the art of inferring and gain valuable lessons and strategies to improve your skills. Enhance your ability to draw conclusions and make insightful observations with these expert tips.
This post has tons of detailed ideas for teaching inferring - and several different lessons and activities you can download for FREE! These resources will help you teach Kindergarten, first, or second grade students to make inferences. 6th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading, School Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tips, Third Grade Reading Activities, Guided Reading, Inferencing Lessons, Inferencing Activities

In today's post, I'll share ideas for teaching inferring through a gradual release of responsibility. Make sure to read all the way through the post, because there are several different freebies you can download and use right away!

Alice Eastwood
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When you begin to teach your young learners to infer, you may find it helpful to have a few tips and tricks from someone who has a lot of experience in this area. I love teaching this difficult skill, mainly because I've developed strategies that really work! I hope you find these tips helpful for

Linda Sharkie
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Getting Started with Making Inferences Making Inferences or Inferring is a skill that begins in the First Grade. This might sound a little crazy because the level of reading in grade one usually doesn't lend itself to inferring. So... at the beginning of first grade or until they have reached a higher reading level, students

Julie Ha