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• What Will Happen Next?: Reading Passage and Activity - Making Predictions

Read each short story and then using details from the story predict what will happen next.

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• Reading Graphic Organizer: Powerful Predictions

As they read, effective readers detect clues within the text and use them along with prior knowledge to make predictions about what will happen next. This graphic organizer assists students in making predictions as a way to comprehend the text better.

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• Predictions: Technology of the Future

Students read about the technologies in the first column. In the second and third columns, they write their ideas about a possible positive and possible negative result of each technology.

• 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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• Predictions: Simulations (Spin to Win)

Students conduct simulations to gain a concrete understanding of fractional probability!

Subject: Data Analysis

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• Ouch (Making Predictions): Grade 1 Reading Comprehension

Students must read a story and then predict what will happen next in the story.

• Predictions: Relative Frequency (Picky, Picky)

How many marbles of each color are in the bag? Students pick marbles and record their results to make predictions based on relative frequency!

Subject: Data Analysis

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• Week 1 (Making Predictions, Antonyms/Synonyms, and More!): Summer Express (Between Third and Fourth Grade)

A wonderful, week-long activity pack—perfect for summer—that focuses on the skills your third grader will need to know for fourth grade!

Subject: Math , Reading , Language Arts

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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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• Predictions: Simulations (The Real Meal Deal)

Students use a simulation experiment to see how long it might take to collect all the toys from a fast-food restaurant promotion!

Subject: Data Analysis

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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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• Groundhog Day Pop-Up Craft And Prediction Bulletin Board

Use this groundhog pattern to create a class bulletin board of Groundhog Day Predictions. In addition, create a Groundhog Pop-up craft.

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