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Story Vocabulary Predictions (predicting word purpose and meaning): Vocabulary Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students use their word knowledge to predict how unfamiliar words might contribute to different story elements.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Vocabulary
Preview and Predict Balloons: Making Predictions Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students understand making predictions with this graphic organizer, allowing them to identify clues in a reading activity.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
What Will Happen Next?: Reading Passage and Activity - Making predictions (Worksheet)
Read each short story and then using details from the story predict what will happen next.
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Will He Be Alright: Reading and Predicting Activity (Worksheet)
Students read a short story and have to make predictions about the events in the story.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
What Will Happen Next: Reading and Predicting Activity (Worksheet)
Students read 6 brief passages and predict what will happen next.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Test Time: Reading and Predicting Activity (Learning Activity)
Teach making predictions with this passage that is easy for students to relate to, about test taking.
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Wishes Come True: Reading Passage and Activity - Making predictions (Worksheet)
Rita Rabbit wishes that she can swim like Diana Duck. Diana Duck wishes she could hop as fast as Rita Rabbit. Read their story and predict what...
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
What Will Sam Do: Reading and Predicting Activity (Worksheet)
Students must read a story and predict what happens next in the story.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Hobbies, Play, Recreation, Early Learning, Life Experiences, Professional Development, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Outdoor Activities and Recreation, Early Social Skills, Understanding Self and Others, Decision Making Process
Such Choices: Reading and Making Predictions (Test Prep, Worksheet)
Teach how to make predictions with this story and worksheet discussing how to choose an activity based on the weather forecast.
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Wishes Come True: Reading and Predicting Activity (Worksheet)
Students read a story about a duck and a rabbit and have to draw what they predict will happen.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Predict & Reflect (Independence and Stamina): Independent Reading Homework Page (Worksheet)
Students make predictions about a text!
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading
Make Predictions: Reading Response Bookmark & Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Many students skip the title and headings when reading nonfiction text. Here, students learn to use these essential text features to make predictions.
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading, Reading Response
Predict the Date (Learning Activity)
Help students understand weather and seasons with this fun worksheet. Prepare a reward or certificate for the student whose predictions are...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Science, Topic: Seasons and Weather
Let's Go Camping (Predicting Likely and Unlikely Events): Differentiated Math Learning Center (Worksheet)
Students pretend to go on a camping trip. What will happen on the trip? Students decide what might happen while camping by coloring in faces...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Math, Professional Development, Topic: Charts and Graphs, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Predict & Check (Graphic Organizer)
Children will make predictions before and during reading, then confirm or correct their predictions after they read.
Grade: 1-4, Subject: Reading
Groundhog Day Pop-Up Craft And Prediction Bulletin Board (Learning Activity, Cut and Paste)
Use this groundhog pattern to create a class bulletin board of Groundhog Day Predictions. In addition, create a Groundhog Pop-up craft.
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Math, Science, Arts and Creativity, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Real-World Math, Scientific Method and Process, Visual Arts, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Seasons and Weather
Crystal Ball Predictions (Reading Strategies): Independent Reading Homework Page (Worksheet)
Students use a variety of pre-reading strategies to make predictions about a story. Then they revisit predictions and examine them for accuracy!
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading
Predicting with Line Graphs: Teacher Page and Practice Page (Math Problem Solving) (Worksheet)
Students examine line graphs without titles and numbers and predict what each might represent.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs, Logic and Problem Solving, Real-World Math, Statistics, Word Problems
Making Predictions: Nonfiction Read-Alouds (Worksheet)
Students learn how to use background knowledge to make predictions about what they read.
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Reading, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension
Ouch!: Reading Passage and Activity - Making predictions (Worksheet)
Read a story about Mia and Rosa playing hospital and then decide what happened next. Find out the correct answer by coloring the spaces in the...
Grade: Grade 1, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
What Will Sam Do?: Reading Passage and Activity - Making predictions (Worksheet)
Sam has two choices. Read Sam's story and then decide what Sam did next. Draw a line down the path of the maze that shows what he did.
Grade: Grade 1, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Will He Be All Right?: Reading Passage and Activity - Making predictions (Worksheet)
Read a story about Father Eagle teaching his young son how to fly. Use story details to guess what will happen next.
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Words in a Bottle (predicting vocabulary): Vocabulary Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students consider the topic and audience of a written selection to predict words it most likely contains.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Vocabulary
Words in a Bottle (predicting vocabulary): Vocabulary Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students consider the topic and audience of a written selection to predict words it most likely contains.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Vocabulary
Reading Graphic Organizer: Powerful Predictions (Graphic Organizer)
As they read, effective readers detect clues within the text and use them along with prior knowledge to make predictions about what will happen...
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Make a Prediction (Leveled-Reading A/B): Guided Reading Response (Worksheet)
Predictions enable students to gather information and mix it with their own prior knowledge and experiences. It is important to have readers...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Guided Reading, Reading Support, Reading Response
Make Predictions: Reading Response Bookmark & Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students should realize that thinking begins even before a book is opened. In this activity, students will use the title and cover picture to...
Grade: 1-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Independent Reading, Reading Response
Petal Prediction (Leveled-Reading I/J): Guided Reading Response (Worksheet)
Good readers make predictions before and during reading. They gather clues from the title, pictures, or text and draw conclusions. This activity...
Grade: 1-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Guided Reading, Reading Support, Reading Response
My Prediction Draw & Write Prompt (Learning Activity)
Do you think the groundhog will see its shadow this year? Have students draw a picture to show what they think will happen.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
Making Predictions (Ghosts of the White House): Hi-Lo Mini-Mystery Passages (Worksheet)
Can a kid crack hundred-year-old mysteries in the U.S. President's house? Stopping points in the reading and cliff-hanger questions keep struggling...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Plot Predictions: Better Than Book Reports (Worksheet)
This critical-thinking skill also helps students increase their comprehension because they reflect on what they're reading and relate it to what...
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Writing, Reading Response
Prediction Chart Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
Students use this chart to organize thoughts around a reading assignment, gaining a clear perspective on their thoughts and expectations about...
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Week 1 (Making Predictions, Antonyms/Synonyms, and More!): Summer Express (Between Third and Fourth Grade) (Worksheet)
A wonderful, week-long activity pack—perfect for summer—that focuses on the skills your third grader will need to know for fourth grade!
Grade: 3-4, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Math, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation, Writing, Seasonal Themes, Theme Days, Weeks, Months, Addition and Subtraction
Week 3 (Predicting, Prefixes, and More!): Summer Express (Between Fourth and Fifth Grade) (Worksheet)
A wonderful, week-long activity pack—perfect for summer—that focuses on the skills your fourth grader will need to know for fifth grade!
Grade: 4-5, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Math, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Grammar and Punctuation, Writing, Seasonal Themes, Prefixes and Suffixes, Addition and Subtraction
Week 10 (Predicting, Idioms, and More!): Summer Express (Between Sixth and Seventh Grade) (Worksheet)
A wonderful, week-long activity pack—perfect for summer—that focuses on the skills your sixth grader will need to know for seventh grade!
Grade: 6-7, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Math, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Writing, Seasonal Themes, Time and Measurement
Predictions: Technology of the Future (Worksheet)
Students read about the technologies in the first column. In the second and third columns, they write their ideas about a possible positive and...
Grade: 3-4, Subject: Technology, Topic: Technology and Society
Read the Future: Predict/Support/Adjust Graphic Organizer (Graphic Organizer)
With this graphic organizer, students read the title, back cover, and first page of a book. Then look at the cover illustration and think about...
Grade: 1-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Daily Vocabulary Cartoons: Verbs (predict/prod) (Worksheet)
Two cartoons, each containing a vocabulary word hand-picked for students in grades 2 and 3!
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Language Arts, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Vocabulary, Theme Days, Weeks, Months
Mary's Mystery Reading Activity (Worksheet)
Students use their skills in making predictions to complete this reading assignment and answer questions about it.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Homer's Big Adventure Reading Activity (Worksheet)
We use details from a story to help determine what will happen next. This is called making predictions. In this activity, students complete...
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
Ouch (Worksheet)
Students must read a story and then predict what will happen next in the story.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Topic: Reading Comprehension
What Will Sam Do? (Worksheet)
Students must read a story and predict what happens next in the story.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Reading, Hobbies, Play, Recreation, Early Learning, Life Experiences, Professional Development, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Outdoor Activities and Recreation, Early Social Skills, Understanding Self and Others, Decision Making Process
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Crossword and Activities (Learning Activity, Crossword Puzzle)
Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day on March 2nd with activities inspired by his amazing books.
Grade: 2-4, Subject: Arts and Creativity, Professional Development, Language Arts, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Character and Values, Topic: Visual Arts, Teacher Tips and Strategies, Writing, Birthdays, Cleverness, Creativity and Imagination
Outlined Thinking Bear (Clip Art)
What's this bear smiling about? Motivate children to make predictions and write a story about him.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Early Learning, Topic: Early Reading, Early Writing
Smiling Girl (Clip Art)
What's this girl smiling about? Motivate children to make predictions and write a story about her.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Early Learning, Topic: Early Reading, Early Writing
Reading Pencil 1 (Clip Art)
What is this pencil reading about? Have the children make predictions and write about it.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Early Learning, Topic: Back to School, Early Reading, Early Writing
Spatial Sense and Estimating: Teacher Page and Practice Page (Math Problem Solving) (Worksheet)
Students predict how much space is needed for a quantity of items.
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Math, Topic: Counting and Numbers, Logic and Problem Solving, Real-World Math, Ratio, Proportion, Scale, Word Problems, Number Sense
Graphic Organizer: Follow the Clues (Graphic Organizer)
Making and then confirming or revising predictions helps students to stay fully engaged in a story.
Grade: Pre-K-4

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