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These activities are the best!!! I so enjoy using them with my firsties!
These are my favorite that you’ve ever done!!! Would love if you created more to use with mystery box. And something else like Snow Day!!
Thanks, Meghan! I’m so glad you like them…and I will for sure keep in mind your requests 😉
Thank you so much for these wonderful ideas!
You’re welcome, Susan!!! 🙂
Thanks for the great inferring activities!
On an unrelated note, where did you get the bag seen in the video?
It’s a Better Life Bag 🙂 They’re my fave! I’m not a purse girl AT ALL, and even though these are pricy, they’re FOR SURE worth it! Great cause, too!
Love the video component in this post! Thank you for sharing with the visuals and elaboration…great fun!
You’re so welcome! Thanks for the sweet feedback!
[…] By January, you’re ready to dig into some of the deeper ELA standards, such as inferences. This can often be a tricky skill to teach because it involves using clues in illustrations and text to make educated guesses. Because of this, I created Inferencing Investigation. This lesson plan helped me better teach this skill to the six-year-old crowd. I actually did it for one of my observations one year, and my principal loved it just as much as the kiddos did! READ MORE HERE. […]
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