Making inferences is hard! The answers aren’t concrete. Abstract thinking is really challenging for some of our learners. But just because it’s hard doesn’t mean it’s not important. It means it is even more important to work on! Don’t be afraid to challenge your kiddos. Keep it difficult! Keep them learning. Yes – it may rock the boat a bit but it will definitely be worth it!

I love these Making Inference Flashcard Games. I made them years ago and they are something that I keep coming back to again and again. They are can easily be used for a few minute time filler or a complete lesson. I always keep them near my direct instruction table so I can grab them in a pinch. The kids love so it’s always a win/win/win! (kids love it, I love it, and it require no prep)

We have 3 different sets to share each with 2 games so there are 6 game total. I think having all 6 is great so your kiddos don’t memorize the answers and you can rotate between the types of inference.

The Autism Helper

Who Am I? and Where Am I?

Two games for working on making inferences. Who am I? and Where am I? The ‘Who am I?’ game is based on community helpers. The ‘Where am I?’ game uses common locations. Each game has 24 cards, a score card, direction card, and labels.

 

 

 

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What Am I Doing? and What Is It?

Two games for working on making inferences. What Am I Doing? and What is it? Each game has 24 cards, a score card, direction card, and labels. This would work well in a classroom or in a speech therapy setting! {What is It? not picture}

 

 

 

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How Do I Feel? and When Is It?

This packet has TWO flashcard games for working on making inferences. How Do I Feel? and When Is It? Each game has 24 cards, a score card, direction card, and labels. {Why Do You Feel not pictured}

 

 

 

Snag these great little games today and get your kids working on the tricky skill of inferences in a quick and easy way!