"Who Kidnapped Our Principal??" is an engaging activity that brings drawing conclusions and making inferences to LIFE. Students will LOVE this. Create a crime scene and let students infer what each piece of evidence means about the suspect. Students analyze suspects by highlighting what connects them to the crime scene.Included:Top Secret Agent BadgesSuspect DescriptionsStep by Step lesson guidesCrime scene investigation page

Drawing Conclusions Crime Scene Investigation

"Who Kidnapped Our Principal?" is an engaging activity that brings drawing conclusions and making inferences to LIFE. Create a crime scene and let students infer

Drawing Conclusions... with a FREEBIE!  This 3rd/4th grade teacher describes a lesson about drawing conclusions that uses an engaging read-aloud!

with a FREEBIE! This grade teacher describes a lesson about drawing conclusions that uses an engaging read-aloud!

Drawing Conclusions: Detecting Character Traits Lesson Plan from Lakeshore Learning

Drawing Conclusions: Detecting Character Traits Lesson Plan from Lakeshore Learning I like the ribbon idea!

Worksheets: Reading for Comprehension: Drawing Conclusions

Reading for Comprehension: Drawing Conclusions

Third Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets and more. This drawing conclusions worksheet gets your child to strengthen his reading comprehension. Try this drawing conclusions worksheet with your.

Drawing Conclusions in first grade--interactive activity for small groups to draw conclusions with Detective Dan and Inspector Spot

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FREE Drawing Conclusions Activities - Mystery Bags, Descriptive Writing, and Independent Practice

This week my students will be focusing on drawing conclusions from a text. We will start by reading Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa St.

Drawing Conclusions Task Cards {20 Higher Level Thinking Cards} 2nd-4th grade

Drawing Conclusions Task Cards {20 Higher Level Thinking Cards}

I {Heart} Teaching: Drawing Conclusions

I {Heart} Teaching: Drawing Conclusions Think and talk this through. It may look harad, BUT, good readers, and good thinkers can start to get the idea!

Officer Buckle and Gloria drawing conclusions chart

Drawing Conclusions with Officer Buckle

Officer Buckle and Gloria: drawing conclusions anchor chart. She also shows an "alphabet dice game" that she assigns points value to AND suggests using a shoebox lid lined with a thin sheet of craft foam to muffle the sound of the dice

Riddles are a great way to introduce drawing conclusions to the youngest learners.  The Drawing Conclusion frames are interactive.  Students cut and fold open the frame then illustrate/write the answer to the riddle on the inside.  A blank frame is included so students can create their own riddle and have their classmates draw conclusions.

Riddles are a great way to introduce drawing conclusions to the youngest learners. The Drawing Conclusion frames are interactive. Students cut and fold open the frame then illustrate/write the answer to the riddle on the inside. A blank frame is included so students can create their own riddle and have their classmates draw conclusions.

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