Using Pictures to Teach Reading and Writing Skills
For years, I have witnessed, over and over again, the value of using pictures to teach reading skills in my classroom. I always use them to introduce reading skills like inference, story elements, cause and effect, compare and contrast, etc. I have blogged about it extensively, and you can read six more blog posts with examples of how I use them in my room HERE or you can click the image below. This summer, I thought a lot how I could take this even further in my classroom. I had always used…
How to Teach Inference
This blog post will take you through a step-by-step method to teach inference to your upper elementary students. It uses a stop light strategy. A free download of inference charts are included! They can be used with any text.
Making Inferences - Ashleigh's Education Journey
One of my favorite ways to introduce making inferences is through wordless picture books. They are a great first step toward this challenging skill, because it’s something students do on a daily basis. My students don’t necessarily realize that they are making inferences as they look at illustrations, so I guide them through the process …
Inference Task Cards for Inferencing Reading Skill | Distance Learning | Google
Inferencing is such a challenging skill to master! Use these two sets of 40 task cards (80 cards total) that help students practice making inferences and inferencing. The first 20 cards have pictures that students make inferences from. The next 20 cards have short stories that students make infere...
The STRUGGLE & HELP of Making Inferences! - Dianna Radcliff
FREEBIE Included! Scaffold Making Inferences for students! Tips, ideas, resources and more for teachers and parents to help students with Making Inferences! Also includes practice with written comprehension!
Inferencing Comics: A fun way to work on inferencing in speech and language therapy. Keep students motivated and engaged! 15 stories, graphic organizers, and tons of fun!
Reading Comprehension Strategies Posters & Graphic Organizers, Distance Learning
These printable reading comprehension strategies posters, graphic organizers, and activities are a must have for reading comprehension strategy instruction for both fiction and nonfiction texts. Since they can be used with any texts, these printables are perfect to send home for at home learning or...
Yes, Reading Really is THINKING! *Improve Comprehension*
Reading is THINKING Freebie to improve Comprehension ~
Reading Response Non Fiction Tic Tac Toe Menu Choice Board
Get more and save money by checking out my Reading, Writing and Spelling Choice Board Bundle!This reading response board is perfect to help differentiate among your readers! Students will be given 9 different engaging non-fiction choices to choose from and must pick 3 activities in which to demonstr...
Inference Resources • Have Fun Teaching
Inference Resources for teaching and learning in the classroom or at home. Download all our Inference Resources for teachers, parents, and kids.
Making Your Thinking Visible With Graphic Organizers - The Classroom Key
Freebie! One of the keys to teaching reading comprehension is showing kids how proficient readers think about text. Teachers have to find a way to make their thinking visible. One way is with graphic organizers. Here is a free set: The first one is filled in with the steps for growing…
Questions to Ask About Reading FREEBIE
A post with a FREEBIE to help families with what questions to ask about reading at home with their students. This powerful resource is a game changer!
Inferences - Making Inferences with Pictures! Digital Option Distant Learning
This is an inferencing resource where students are asked to make inferences based on pictures that they see. This is a great way to start kids off with inferencing before moving to text!Includes digital option for use with Google Slides™.For those of you that purchased my Inferencing Bundle: Making...