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• ### Plot Predictions: Better Than Book Reports

This critical-thinking skill also helps students increase their comprehension because they reflect on what they're reading and relate it to what they already know. This book-sharing activity will put the action into the transactional art of reading!

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• ### Make Predictions: Reading Response Bookmark & 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 before reading. After reading, they revisit their predictions to check for accuracy!

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Graphic Organizers , Bookmarks and Toppers
• ### What Will Sam Do?: Reading Passage and Activity - Making predictions

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.

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• ### False Hopes (Simulations, Predictions)

Students use a simulation experiment to get a hands-on understanding of probability of compound events!

Subject: Data Analysis

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• ### Will He Be Alright (Making Predictions)

Students read a short story and make predictions about the events in the story.

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• ### Make Predictions: Reading Response Bookmark & 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 make predictions about a book! (use with any picture book)

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Graphic Organizers , Bookmarks and Toppers
• ### Story Vocabulary Predictions (predicting word purpose and meaning): Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

Students use their word knowledge to predict how unfamiliar words might contribute to different story elements.

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Graphic Organizers , Lesson Plans
• ### What Will Sam Do? (Making Predictions)

In the passage, a boy must choose between what he should do, and what he wants to do. After reading, kids make predictions about what will happen next.

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• ### What Will Happen Next (Making Predictions)

Students read six brief passages and predict what will happen next.

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• ### Wishes Come True (Making Predictions)

Students read a story about a duck and a rabbit. Then, they draw what they predict will happen.

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• ### Ouch! (Making Predictions)

After reading a story about two girls who are playing hospital, kids predict what will happen next, and color to reveal a hidden picture.

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• ### Will He Be All Right?: Reading Passage and Activity - Making Predictions

Read a story about Father Eagle teaching his young son how to fly. Use story details to guess what will happen next.