Inferring From Photo Prompts - 30 different photos in two different formats for having your students practice inferencing.  Use the large photos or the photos with room to write what is happening.  All FREE from The Curriculum Corner!  Includes anchor word chart for inferencing.

Inferring From Photo Prompts

Inference: What are two things you can say about this little boy?

Inference: How many things you can say about this little boy? (Be sure to tell HOW you know each thing.

I love this idea from Hello Literacy to practice inference skills with a picture of the day!

GOBS of picture of the day websites! Perfect for morning message! Hello Literacy: Observing, Describing & Inferring with {Picture of the Day}: Reading Photos "Closely"

INFERENCE PICTURES~ These ads are amazing! A lot of them (Not all are appropriate) could be used with students when working with inference. This ad is for a sugar-free lollipop.

Sugar free Chupa Chups Great ad- completely solved it with a visual and a tagline. It's so simple but really clever. This is the type of thing that I'd like to make. There's a ton of other great ads in this article, definitely worth checking out.

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Ice removal for your driveway and sidewalk

Writing prompt :Tell the story about what led up to this scene and why it is important that this man recovers quickly.

Building Strong, Young Scientists With A Year Of Observations and Inferences - Picture of the Week Activities

Science Teaching Junkie: Building Strong, Young Scientists With A Year Of Observations and Inferences - Picture of the Week Activities

LOVE Norman Rockwell! 'These little pictures of his are great for teaching inferences. "what I see vs. What I infer"

Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)

Girl With Black Eye - Norman Rockwell This used to be outside the principal's office in elementary school.

To make an inference, a student must make a logical connection between two or more ideas in a text. She needs to "read between the lines." And research shows if a student can make inferences with pictures, comics or videos, she can make them with words.

Teacher Tip: Use Animated Videos to Help Your Child Learn to Make Inferences

To make an inference, a student must make a logical connection between two or more ideas in a text. She needs to "read between the lines." And research shows if a student can make inferences with pictures, comics or videos, she can make them with words.

INFER: What can  you infer from the picture? What do you think happened to the ball? How do you know?  (I can infer...based on...)

How to Make an Inference from a Photo

How to Make an Inference from a Photo: What's Going On in This Sixth Picture?

Based on this picture; infer or take a logical guess about what happened here.  Why do you think so? If you were there what would you do? Who would be with you?

Funny pictures about How to make a raft float better. Oh, and cool pics about How to make a raft float better. Also, How to make a raft float better.

Hello Literacy: Observing, Describing & Inferring with {Picture of the Day}: Reading Photos "Closely"

Hello Literacy: Observing, Describing & Inferring with {Picture of the Day}: Reading Photos "Closely"

Do you need to integrate a brain break in your classroom? Smile Break Ideas for your Classroom. Add this image to your smile break PowerPoint.

Let them play in the mud! Little girl and her dog after playin in the mud.

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