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- 20 Six-Word Stories
Students might draw inferences from these 6-word stories. Appropriate for middle school and up; consider community standards before using.
- The Glory Field by Walter Dean Myers
Find learning activities that help students draw inferences here.
- The Hunger Games by Suzanna Collins
Lesson plans here include strategies for developing skills of inference.
- Inference Riddles
Online interactive practice. Students click for up to 10 clues and guess at answers. Designed for elementary students.
- Robert Frost's Poetry
Students draw inferences from reading a variety of poems.
- Teaching Inference
Suggestions for teaching inference on multiple grade levels. Includes riddles, wordless picture books, political cartoons, and short stories, suggestions for parent involvement. 52 pages; Adobe Reader required.
- Teaching Inferences
Strategies for grades 1-6.
- The Stranger by Chris Van Allsburg
Lesson plans here include suggestions for teaching inferences.