Monday, August 20, 2018

(Free) Humorous Reasons to Learn Inferences

free inference task cards
Review inferences with these free task cards.

Okay, I have a silly sense of humor.  I admit it.  But school should be fun, right?


These 
free task cards help students learn the real reasons why they should learn about inferences.  These humorous task cards are a fun way to get even the most reluctant of learners to review inferences. 

What Makes These Free Task Cards Different?
Each inference task card contains an inference passage, question, a funny joke and a colorful image to match each joke.  The cards make it fun to review inferencing.
As with most of my task cards, a printable box is also included.  Enjoy this classroom freebie!

They Are Easy To Use
Did I mention a printable box is also included?  Printable boxes are included with most of my task cards in my store to make storage, organization, and individualized learning much easier.  You don’t have to worry about technology issues with these task cards!  Plus, you don’t have to worry about having enough iPads or computers for every student.  Just print out what you need.  Laminate the free task cards to keep them for years.
free inference games
Inference task card

Use Them With Inferencing Worksheets

Review is important.  Task cards and literacy center games help reinforce reading skills.  They are great because students can work individually or in small groups on reading comprehension skills where additional practice is needed.  Use them as a free inference game for small groups.  This reinforces skills that students will learn on worksheets.
free inference task cards




Balanced Reading Comprehension Practice
Students need balanced practice.  They should have opportunities to write their answers at times.  The task cards have written response questions, a student recording form, and a detailed answer key that students can use to check their own answers.

Are There More Task Cards?
Yes, there are!  Follow the link to access leveled task cards.  The task card sets are organized by guided reading, lexile, and/or grade level equivalents.  This enables students to work on the same skills simultaneously at their own reading levels.

This makes them great for individualized learning plans (i.e.p.’s) and for differentiating instruction.

Yes, more silly task cards are on their way.  But hey, learning should be fun.
main idea grade 2 
inference grade 4

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