A worksheet to use when teaching students how to draw conclusions and make inferences when reading.
Use this worksheet when teaching students how to draw conclusions and make inferences in texts.
Students underline what they think is happening in three pictures and explain why they think this. When provided with a sentence they infer what might be happening.
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