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This is a Science Picture of the Day activity or science warm up center. Students analyze real life photographs and infer the science in it. It is an excellent way to practice observation, noting key details, practice science vocabulary, and inference skills. A higher order thinking skill that's perfect for science warm ups and practicing writing all while meeting common core standards. $

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This is a Science Picture of the Day activity or science warm up center. Students analyze real life photographs and infer the science in it. It is an excellent way to practice observation, noting key details, practice science vocabulary, and inference skills. A higher order thinking skill that's perfect for science warm ups and practicing writing all while meeting common core standards. $

Language Arts Anchor Charts... 75 anchor charts here and each one is better than the next! All are on language arts and cover everything from prefixes, parts of speach, nonfiction, writing and on and on! Terrific! Fantastic ideas for 2nd-5th grade skills!

Language Arts Anchor Charts - Great for Upper Elementary Teachers

Language Arts Anchor Charts or Upper Elementary Teachers

Building Strong, Young Scientists With A Year Of Observations and Inferences - Picture of the Week Activities

Building Strong, Young Scientists With A Year Of Observations and Inferences - Picture of the Week Activities

Try this! Make at least 5 observations about the picture below. Now, make at least 2 inferences based on those observations. One of the most valuable skills young scientists need to develop is the ability to make careful observations based on what they see. These are based on factual evidence and key details. Often times, the brain automatically jumps to conclusions based on previous life-experiences, so you must teach young scientists to eliminate these biases and focus on the difference…

DESCRIBING & INFERRING DETAILS WITH PICTURE OF THE DAY: READING PHOTOS "CLOSELY" - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Describing & Inferring Details with Picture of the Day: Reading Photos "Closely"

***************************************Picture of the Day now available in Volume 2.Picture of the Day now available in Volume 3 (Google Slides compatible) posted 8/24/2020.***************************************This Picture of the Day product is a great way for students to practice three very impor...

She uses this inferencing lesson in science, but I think it could be good in reading too.

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I've been meaning to share this lesson for a couple of weeks, and I finally got around to uploading my pictures! I've even missed Science Week, but better late than never, right? The very first science lesson I do each year is about observations and inferences. Since we do much of our learning through investigations and experiments, it's really important for students to be able to make observations and inferences and understand the difference. We talk first about ways to record observations…

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Great practice for making and interpreting graphs in science and math

Teacher Tools: Refresher Course in the Scientific Method

Great practice for making and interpreting graphs in science and math

Observations and Inferences Anchor Chart: This chart gives simple definitions of each, an example, and appropriate sentence stems to use. I like to make my students use the "Because __, I infer ___" sentence when making inferences in science.

Science Vocabulary Ideas: Collaborative anchor charts for electrical conductors and insulators — The Science Penguin

I was thinking about how many of our anchor charts are teacher-made. Sure, we get student input, but what if we had a way to really include students in our anchor chart-making process? Collaborative anchor charts are made by groups of students after completing a task. To make a collaborative anchor chart for science vocabulary, […]

Observations vs Inferences Worksheet

Observations vs Inferences: Students look at a picture and decide if the given statement is an inference or an observation.Please visit my store for more products like this.White's WorkshopScience Task CardsEnergySpeed and MotionMagnet PackMatterRocksSpace...

FREE, fun, and easy to use science activity that helps students practice qualitative and quantitative observations with the supplies of your choice

Free Qualitative and Quantitative Observations Activity: Distance Learning Too!

FREE, fun, and easy to use science activity that helps students practice qualitative and quantitative observations with the supplies of your choice

Observation Station Freebie! Gather different objects each week for students to observe like scientists using magnifying glasses. Record the color, pattern, size, shape, and texture. FREE from More Than a Worksheet

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6.SP.4 Interpretting Graphs Scavenger Hunt Activity from Created by Jean DeWulf Your MathMate on TeachersNotebook.com - (17 pages) - Students will be up and moving while they learn about box plots, line plots, histograms, and stem and leaf plot with this scavenger hunt activity.

6.SP.4 Interpretting Graphs Scavenger Hunt Activity from Created by Jean DeWulf Your MathMate on TeachersNotebook.com (17 pages)

6.SP.4 Interpretting Graphs Scavenger Hunt Activity from Created by Jean DeWulf Your MathMate on TeachersNotebook.com (17 pages)

Teaching observations and inferences isn't just a literary strategy, it's a science one as well. This sort is designed to use technology to act as the tool to engage students while they are completing the sort in differentiating between observations and inferences.

Observations and Inferences QR Sort

Teaching observations and inferences isn't just a literary strategy, it's a science one as well. This sort is designed to use technology to act as the tool to engage students while they are completing the sort in differentiating between observations and inferences.

4 practical handouts for observations and inferences! The first two handouts contain a picture, 5 statements that students identify as an observation or inference. The students will then write their own observation and inference of the picture. The third handout contains 15 statements that students identify as an observation or an inference.

4 Observations & Inferences Handouts & Worksheets

4 practical handouts for observations and inferences! The first two handouts contain a picture, 5 statements that students identify as an observation or inference. The students will then write their own observation and inference of the picture. The third handout contains 15 statements that student...

observations and inferences video for scientific method

Observations Inferences and hypothesis

Short video that explains the topics of observation, inference, and hypothesis with respect to science