Drawing Conclusions

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Use pictures & journal writing to reinforce the following skills: Use Prior Knowledge, Visualization, Questioning, Predicting, Draw Conclusions, Cause & Effect, Compare & Contrast, Fact & Opinion, Main Idea & Details & Sequence.

Around the Kampfire: Teaching with Tomie dePaola Books Part Little Grunt and the Big Drawing conclusions anchor chart Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Learning

Tomie dePaola and a Strega Nona Freebie - Around the Kampfire

One of my very favorite authors is Tomie dePaola. I just love his themes and his illustrations. I also love that you can just about find a Tomie book to teach any comprehension strategy or skill. Many of his books are based on his memories from childhood and all of his books are a teacher’s dream for […]

Funny pictures about Rainbow Labrador. Oh, and cool pics about Rainbow Labrador. Also, Rainbow Labrador photos. Animals And Pets, Funny Animals, Cute Animals, Baby Animals, I Love Dogs, Puppy Love, Rainbow Dog, Rainbow Magic, Rainbow Bridge

Cause and effect. What a great story starter too! What happens next? Would be a great story on how the chalk colors spread from dog to person, person to person etc.

Officer Buckle and Gloria: drawing conclusions anchor chart. Student stars say things like, "Officer Buckle shared tips. This makes me think his tips were boring. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas, Inference Activities, Student Teaching

Drawing Conclusions with Officer Buckle - Around the Kampfire

This week I used one of my favorite books, Officer Buckle and Gloria, to teach about drawing conclusions. We’ve talked a lot about inferring and how authors often give hints and clues that tell readers more than what they are directly saying. Most of my kiddos are really starting to”read between the lines” (Lions, as […]

Hi friends! It& October already? I cannot believe it. I just wanted to stop in to share our drawing conclusions activities. Anchor Charts First Grade, Ela Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, In Kindergarten, Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Teaching Reading, Reading Activities

Drawing Conclusions

Hi friends! It's October already???!!! I cannot believe it. I just wanted to stop in to share our drawing conclusions activities. ...

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A Best Seller! This 19 slide interactive powerpoint covers drawing conclusions, explains how and why you may need to draw conclusions, and includes. Teaching 5th Grade, 3rd Grade Classroom, First Grade Reading, Classroom Fun, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Activities, Stem Activities

Drawing Conclusions Power Point Lesson from Power Point Maniac on TeachersNotebook.com (19 pages)

Drawing Conclusions Power Point Lesson from Power Point Maniac on TeachersNotebook.com (19 pages)

Inference foldable- free on TPT Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Inference Activities, Classroom Fun, Future Classroom, 6th Grade Reading

Drawing Conclusions > "What I Know" + "What I Learned from the Text" = "New Conclusions" For Inferencing > "What I Learned from the Text" + "What I Already Knew" = "My inferences" LOVE THE FOLDABLE IDEA!!

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First Grade Blue Skies

I am so happy to be guest posting for one of my favorite bloggy friends, Ms. Coe here at Little Miss Kindergarten! I thought I would ta...

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