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Picture books for inferences
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I want to review inferencing using picture books. Any thoughts or suggestions on books that may be particularly helpful teaching this reading strategy?


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Bad Day at Riverbend by Chris Van Alsburgh lends itself well to inferencing. I always read the book without showing the pictures and have the student inference what the goo is. Then I read it with the pictures and have them inference again. It is usually a rememberable lesson.
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If you go to the Sunflower room there is a post asking about connections books. In that link there is an attachment and a link with books for all the comprehension strategies including inferring! There is also a post on Georgia poems that discusses inferring. Hope this helps.
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Please tell a novice where the sunflower room is??!!
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Thanks for letting me know about the Sunflower Room! That's exactly what I was looking for!

Loriellen- Go to the proteacher homepage. Scroll down to the bottom and you'll find a section titled "Meeting Rooms". This is where you will find the Sunflower Room...along with many others.


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