If you’re looking for an engaging way to help students practice making inferences, look no further than this seasonal inference bundle! Students will become junior detectives, and make inferences to solve a variety of seasonal mysteries.
I am always on the hunt for engaging resources that help our students practice their inference skills… without them even realizing it! That’s where these center-based activities were born. I just know your students will love this activity as well.
Which Inference resources are included in this bundle?
Tell me about these Mystery-based inferencing activities!
Each activity turns your students into junior detectives. They will explore a series of clues, take notes, and make inferences to solve the case!
There isn’t too much to prepare when setting up these centers, I promise! If you’re planning to use them year after year (and you’ll want to, I just know it!) many pieces can be printed and laminated for reuse.
You will prepare 6 reusable stations (1 for each of the places students are investigating), each with a set of clues.
Each student will need a set of printable sheets to record their inferences about each neighbor and a printable introduction booklet that ‘sets the scene’ for the whole investigation!
A DIGITAL, Google Slides, version of each activity is also included… perfect for virtual learning.
Praise for the resources in this bundle…
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I have rarely seen my students this engaged with anything!!! Thank you for helping me find a fun way to sneak some valuable learning into these last few days before break! I have many of your products, but this might be my new favorite! :-)” – MissAmericanPi (Holiday Inference Centers)
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I loved how engaging this resource was. All of my students were involved, trying to solve the mystery, and having discussions with each other. It was easy for me to prep and follow and fun to do with my class.” Kristin R. (Holiday Inference Centers)
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “WOW! What a fun way to practice inferencing with my students. Especially around Valentine's Day this had them engaged before they even knew what they were doing. I set up the case files in stations around the classroom and the students worked hard to solve the case of the anonymous valentines!!!”- Kelsey B. (Valentine's Day Inference Centers)
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