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1 Inference Cards: Mr. Wood SRES 4 th /5 th grade Making Inferences

2 Inference Card Carol dribbled down the court and then pass the ball to ann. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

3 Inference Card With clippers in one hand and scissors in the other, Chris was ready to begin the task. He put a cape over the small child. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

4 Inference Card I hear screaming. My stomach feels funny. Can you see my hair blowing? I’m feeling excited. There is a thick metal bar across my lap. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

5 Inference Card “Wow!” said Kim. “That was a pretty one!” All the people were looking at the dark sky. “There goes another one!” said mom. “It lights up the sky!” When the show was over, the children went home and went to bed. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

6 Inference Card The boys poked holes in the lids of the jars. They went outside to look around the yard. “There’s one!” said Bobby. “Now let’s find one for you!” 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

7 Inference Card Mom gave Matt and Josh lunch money and walked them to the bus. When the bus came they got on with all the other children and waved goodbye to mom. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

8 Inference Card In the morning, we noticed that the trees were uprooted and homes were missing their rooftops. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

9 Inference Card The sun was very hot. Katie cried as ice cream dripped down her arm. She had spent her own quarter for that ice cream cone. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

10 Inference Card The bunny hopped up to the door of the little house. He rang the doorbell. All the other animals were inside. When the turtle opened the door, all of the bunny’s friends yelled, “Surprise!” 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

11 Inference Card The boys and girls were very sad. Frosty was gone and just a pool of water was left under his hat! Frosty had told them he would be back next year, but they still missed him very much. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

12 Inference Card It’s so dark in here. I pull the blanket to my face. I’m so nervous. If I could only have my light on, I’d feel so much better. Someone will come and kiss me soon. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

13 Inference Card I hear a loud “thwack” as the ball flies in the air. The crowd roars with excitement and I run fast before the ball is brought back. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

14 Inference Card T.J. went to look in the cage. There was his new pet, Hopper. The carrot T.J. had put in the cage was gone! “I guess hopper was hungry,” he said! 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

15 Inference Card The little girl went into the house. No one was home. She sat in the chairs, she ate the porridge, and she fell asleep! When the bears came home, the little bear started to cry! 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

16 Inference Card Ray always carried his flute with him. He shined it every night and was very careful with it. He didn’t want anything to happen to it. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

17 Inference Card After Sarah broke the trophy, her father turned and walked away without saying anything. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

18 Inference Card “It’s both of us or nothing!” Susan told the other little girl. Susan wanted Lauren to be able to play too. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

19 Inference Card Grandma’s mouth dropped open. Her hands flew to her face. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

20 Inference Card I see bubbles rising. I hear my own breathing. There are fish swimming above me. I feel the seaweed swaying. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

21 Inference Card While we roared down the track, we could feel the bounce and sway of the car. The seats were not very comfortable and the people around me were talking. I closed my eyes and the noises got louder. 1.) What can you infer from this? 2.) What words helped you to infer? 3.) What do you know in your head that helped you to infer?

22 Inference Passage Every day after work Paul took his muddy boots off on the steps of the front porch. Alice would have a fit if the boots made it so far as the welcome mat. He then took off his dusty overalls and threw them into a plastic garbage bag; Alice left a new garbage bag tied to the porch railing for him every morning. On his way in the house, he dropped the garbage bag off at the washing machine and went straight up the stairs to the shower as he was instructed. He would eat dinner with her after he was “presentable,” as Alice had often said. What type of work does Paul do? Describe a character trait of Alice - What is the relationship like between Paul and Alice?

23 Inference Passage Ryan was looking forward to sleeping over at his friend Robert's house. Though they had been classmates for a while, the two had only recently become good friends. Ryan packed up his sleeping bag, a pillow, and a few of his favorite toys and games, and then his mom dropped him off at Robert's. Robert met Ryan on the porch and the two did their secret handshake and started playing right away. First they played pirates in Robert's tree fort. Next they played ninjas in the driveway. Then it started getting dark and they went inside of Robert's house. As soon as they walked in the house, Ryan's eyes starting getting red and itchy. He saw a big orange cat sitting on the couch. Then he started sneezing uncontrollably. "I'm sorry, Robert. It's been a lot of fun, but I have to call my mom." Why do Ryan's eyes get red and itchy when he walks into Roberts house? Why does Ryan want to call his mother?

24 Inference Passage Today was a special day in Ms. Smith’s class. Some of the children were walking around the room, some of them were standing in small groups, and some of them were at their desks, putting finishing touches on cardboard mailboxes. After coloring a cool flame on the side of his racecar mailbox, Johnny hopped out of his chair, strutted over to Veronica’s desk, and dropped a small white envelope into her princess castle mailbox. Veronica blushed and played with her hair. While this was happening, Bartleby was frantically trying to put a small white envelope into everyone’s mailbox. After giving one to Ms. Smith, Bartleby pulled out a medium-sized red envelope from his pocket. He blushed and tried to put it in Veronica’s mailbox, but it wouldn’t quite fit. Bartleby struggled with it for a few seconds and then ran off with the envelope. Veronica rolled her eyes and popped her gum Why was it a special day in Mrs. Smith's class? Which boy does Veronica like? Why does Bartleby run?


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