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Making Inferences – Bundle of Inferencing Activities

Are you looking for the BEST way to teach your students all about making inferences? Do you want it to be engaging, rigorous, and fun? This is the ultimate set of resources and activities for teaching students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades how to make inferences. 

Activities are easy to prep, engaging for students, and the wide variety of tasks makes differentiation a breeze. 

Which resources are included in this Making Inferences Activity Bundle?

  1. Inference Centers Activity
  2. Kickin’ It At Camp Conundrum – An Inference Reading Project
  3. Inference Flipbook
  4. Making Inferences ToppleBlocks Game
  5. Inference Paired Passages – Informational Text
  6. Inference Paired Passages – Fiction
  7. Differentiated Inference Task Cards
  8. Differentiated Inference Activities

All activities* include a DIGITAL version in Google Slides, so you're ready for anything. They also make the perfect paperless activity!

*The Making Inferences ToppleBlocks game is not available as a digital activity as it requires a physical game and game board.

Looking for EVEN MORE ways to practice making inferences?

Take a peek at the Inference Task Card Bundle

**Please note: task card sets from this bundle are not included here.

Praise for some of the activities included in this bundle:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “These task cards are great for students to use to practice their inferencing skills. Inferencing is a difficult reading skill for my students, so having this resource available quick and easy for them to use to practice is wonderful!” – Dale G. (Differentiated Inference Task Cards)

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This was a highly engaging activity for my students!  To begin, we discussed inferencing and I gave some examples in which they had to ‘read between the lines'.  Then I introduced the booklet I had made up with the activities.  They worked through it in pairs and it took about 1 1/2 hours to complete all the activities.  As a relief teacher, this was a fantastic activity; easily completed in the literacy session, stand-alone and print and go.  Thank you!” -Tris W. (Kickin’ It At Camp Conundrum – An Inference Reading Project)

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This was my first topple game and my students loved it! Inference was a hard concept for many of my kids, and playing this game was great practice!” – Shannon Z. (Making Inferences ToppleBlocks Game)

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