Great anchor chart on Making Predictions!

For making predictions and reflecting on if they were right or wrong. It is important to stress to students that it's okay to be wrong with predictions because you can adjust them at the end. This is a BDA reading strategy

This is a small sheet that I use with my kiddos whenever introducing a new story that we will be studying for a few days. The first day that introduce the story I always model a picture walk and think aloud. The kiddos then make predictions (on this document) based on what we saw and thought about the story. Then we fold them up and place them in a "Prediction Pail." After we read the story we quickly go through all of the predictions and see how close their thinking was to the actual story.

Use these prediction sheets on the first day you introduce a story. Put them in a Prediction Pail. Toward the end of the week read them to see how close students predictions were to the story for the week.

Making Predictions activities, crafts, and printables.  Learn how to make a making predictions anchor chart, as well as an engaging making predictions lesson included.  first grade | second grade | education | reading comprehension

Making Predictions activities, crafts, and printables. Learn how to make a making predictions anchor chart, as well as an engaging making predictions lesson included.

Making Predictions Anchor Chart - Mini Anchor Charts are a great addition to your interactive reading journal.

Reading Mini Anchor Charts

PREDICTIONS Making Predictions Anchor Chart - Mini Anchor Charts are a great addition to your interactive reading journal.

predictions anchor chart

Introducing the concept of Predictions Plan your 60 minutes lesson in English / Language Arts or Comprehension (Reading) with helpful tips from Melody Arabo

Prediction worksheet - use with the book The Wednesday Surprise.

Second Grade Week Making Predictions Graphic Organizer (Use with any book.) This is a good way for students to organize their thoughts when making predictions.

All students learn to make and confirm predictions, and as readers, this is a VERY important skill. Check out this post for lesson ideas, book suggestions, and FREEBIES to help make your lesson plan deep, but easy to put together.

Mentor Texts for Teaching Kids to Make Predictions

All students learn to make and confirm predictions, and as readers, this is a VERY important skill. Check out this post for lesson ideas, book suggestions, and FREEBIES to help make your lesson plan deep, but easy to put together.

All students learn to make and confirm predictions, and as readers, this is a VERY important skill. Check out this post for lesson ideas, book suggestions, and FREEBIES to help make your lesson plan deep, but easy to put together.

Mentor Texts for Teaching Kids to Make Predictions

All students learn to make and confirm predictions, and as readers, this is a VERY important skill. Check out this post for lesson ideas, book suggestions, and FREEBIES to help make your lesson plan deep, but easy to put together.

Making Predictions Writing Strips, Worksheet, & Foldable Notes. Can students look into the crystal ball and predict what will happen next in the story?

Making Predictions: Worksheet, Foldable Notes, & Writing Strips

Can students look into the crystal ball and predict what will happen next in the story?

My CT uses these posters a lot when the kids are writing about their reading during reading workshop. They do base their writing on these inferences their drawing from the text they're reading about. They're offered to make predictions, as well as suggest wonderings with these starters.

Inferring From Photo Prompts

My CT uses these posters a lot when the kids are writing about their reading during reading workshop. They do base their writing on these inferences their drawing from the text they're reading about. They're offered to make predictions, as well as suggest

Anchor Chart - Making Predictions - Think Aloud - Dandelion by Don Freeman - Good readers make and change their predictions after they read. (B - Before M - Middle - A - After)

Anchor Chart - Making Predictions - Think Aloud - Dandelion by Don Freeman - Good readers make and change their predictions after they read. (B - Before M - Middle - A - After) (picture only)

Reading Workshop Anchor Chart - "Making Predictions"

Reading Workshop Anchor Chart - "Making Predictions" + Reading Response page

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