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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Use these worksheets to help teach students about drawing inferences based on evidence in a reading passage.
Read each paragraph. Then use inferencing to determine where the main character has been. Give evidence to support your answer.Inference: What Is My Job? Member
Students read three short descriptive paragraphs. They have to use inference skills to determine what job the main character has.Inferencing MC #1 Free
Read four short paragraphs. Use evidence from each passage to choose the best inference.Inferencing MC #2 Member
Read each of the paragraphs. Use clues from each passage to draw an inference.
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