Guide your students to use pictures to make inferences with this reading worksheet.
Let’s Make an Inference – Picture Style!
As students are beginning to comprehend what they are reading and listening to, chances are you will begin to integrate some opportunities for them to make an inference. An inference involves using what you already know plus clues to make a conclusion about something. Clues can come from written text, but can also come from pictures!
Looking for Some Inference Worksheets?
Teach Starter has created a double-sided worksheet perfect for your kindergarten and first-grade students. With this worksheet, students will use pictures to make inferences by looking for clues in the images. They’ll then consider those clues and decide which sentence best describes the picture. This teacher-created resource also comes with an answer key for quick and easy grading!
Challenge fast finishers by asking them to provide evidence to support their answers. Students can also come up with their own pictures and inference options.
If your students are having trouble with the concepts, project the worksheet on the dry-erase board and complete it together as a class.
How to Get Your Inference Worksheet
If you are ready to get your hands on this practice page, head on over to the green download button! Here, you will find the quick-print PDF option as well as an editable Google Slides version. If selecting the Google Slides option, please note that you will first be prompted to make a copy of the resource to your personal drive before accessing it.
This resource was created by Kelli Goffredi, a teacher in Texas and a Teach Starter Collaborator.
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