Making Predictions Project, Predictions Paper Bag Book, Predicting Activity
This making predictions project hits all of the teaching points to teach, guide, and practice making predictions. Students work with pictures, text, paragraphs, and with self selected books.Making and confirming predictions helps students stay engaged and comprehend.
This making predictions project hits all of the teaching points to teach, guide, and practice making predictions. Students work with pictures, text, paragraphs, and with self selected books. Making and confirming predictions helps students stay engaged and comprehend.
HOW TEACHERS CAN USE THIS MAKING PREDICTIONS PROJECT IN THE CLASSROOM:
This predictions activity can be used with your small group instruction, as practice in a workstation with parent support, or for partner work. Students work on a section at a time and complete the making predictions project over the course of a week. They can also refer to it as they practice making predictions with any text. You can use them as guided practice or as an assessment too with the rubric that is included.
HOW IS THE MAKING PREDICTIONS PROJECT ORGANIZED?
- Teaching chart about how to make predictions
- Modeling with a Mentor Text (A Bear Ate Your Sandwich-not included) (2 pages)
- Predicting using pictures (2 pages)
- Predicting with sentence clues (2 pages)
- Predicting and confirming predictions with text evidence (2 pages)
- Predicting using Self Selected Texts (3 pages)
- Pulling it all together summary
- Grading Rubric
MORE ABOUT THE MAKING PREDICTIONS PROJECT:
The final book is 12 pages in length and will take a week to complete. It is best for grades 2-3, but could work well with strong first graders or struggling fourth graders. Please note that the book pieces can also be used in interactive notebooks, so teachers have that option too.
WHAT OTHER TEACHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT MY MAKING PREDICTIONS PROJECT:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ V G. says, “Have to admit that I don’t always use paper bags. I like the recording sheets and the organization, so we cut, complete and glue into their notebooks.”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Tasha S. says, “Worked great in the classroom and I think it will work really well with distance learning from home too. Thanks!”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Robin G. says, “This is very comprehensive.”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Katrina B. says, “This is a great product! Thank you for sharing and spending the time to create it! ”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Phyllis C. says, “Predicting is a difficult task to learn – perfect”
OTHER PAPER BAG BOOKS YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS WOULD ENJOY:
- Exploring Theme
- Fact and Opinion? Can You Decide?
- Narrative Elements
- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Making Inferences
- Cause and Effect Relationships
- Drawing Conclusions
- Point of View
- Main Idea
- Nonfiction Text Features
To get them all, purchase the bundle (includes 15 projects!)
Copyright © Comprehension Connection.
Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
Please purchase additional licenses if you intend to share this product.