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Observations and Inferences QR Sort
Teaching observations and inferences isn't just a literary strategy, it's a science one as well. This sort is designed to use technology to act as the tool to engage students while they are completing the sort in differentiating between observations and inferences.
Observations and Inferences Introductory PowerPoint
This engaging PowerPoint, with differentiated handouts introduces students to observations and inferences. The PowerPoint is intentionally designed to not only introduce these skills but help students develop them in a meaningful way. This product contains:1 PowerPoint with 11 unique imagesDifferentiated handouts 1 At level Students Handout 1 Modified Student HandoutThis product is specifically tailored to scaffold learning by following this sequence of instruction:Introd...
4 Observations & Inferences Handouts & Worksheets
4 practical handouts for observations and inferences! The first two handouts contain a picture, 5 statements that students identify as an observation or inference. The students will then write their own observation and inference of the picture. The third handout contains 15 statements that students identify as an observation or an inference.
Observation & Inference Interactive Notebook Activity with PowerPoint
Review the concepts of observation and inference as students gather information about a scenario and then make personal inferences based on their observations in our Excavating Evidence Activity. Students draw individual and unique conclusions and then communicate their findings by creating a story or comic strip to explain their observations and inferences in detail. It's a great way to illustrate that even though we see the same evidence, we all arrive at different conclusions.
Science Vocabulary Ideas: Collaborative anchor charts for electrical conductors and insulators — The Science Penguin
Observations and Inferences Anchor Chart: This chart gives simple definitions of each, an example, and appropriate sentence stems to use. I like to make my students use the "Because __, I infer ___" sentence when making inferences in science.
Science Picture of the Day | Photo Prompts Printable & Digital
This is a Science Picture of the Day activity or science warm up center. Students analyze real life photographs and infer the science in it. It is an excellent way to practice observation, noting key details, practice science vocabulary, and inference skills. A higher order thinking skill that's perfect for science warm ups and practicing writing all while meeting common core standards. $
6.SP.4 Interpretting Graphs Scavenger Hunt Activity from Created by Jean DeWulf Your MathMate on TeachersNotebook.com (17 pages)
6.SP.4 Interpretting Graphs Scavenger Hunt Activity from Created by Jean DeWulf Your MathMate on TeachersNotebook.com - (17 pages) - Students will be up and moving while they learn about box plots, line plots, histograms, and stem and leaf plot with this scavenger hunt activity.