Making Inferences from Pictures Activity

Making Inferences from Pictures Activity


Description: Making inferences can be very hard for some of our clients, so I always like to start with pictures.  Explain to the child that an inference is the combination of background knowledge and observations.  Show the child a picture and ask what inferences we can make.  Help them identify their observations (I see a man and a woman dancing and the woman is in a wedding dress) and their background knowledge (I know that women wear wedding dresses when they get married and people usually dance after they get married).  Then, help them put that together to make an inference (They just got married).  You can use the pictures in this worksheet pack or use your own!

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