Context Clues FREEBIE!

I am happy to share this resource to help your students practice using context clues. The students read a few sentences that include a nonsense word. Using the sentence level context, they must figure out the meaning.

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Rereading using context clues is an essential decoding strategy that promotes independence in beginning readers. It also builds vocabulary, strengthens comprehension and can be used to build fluency.

Three sets (96) task cards that are perfect for literary centers! Using context clues is an important reading strategy and these cards provide lots of focused practice for your 4th graders! (TpT Resource)

Context Clues Task Card Bundle for 4th Grade

Three sets context clues task cards that are perfect for literary centers to practice reading and vocabulary skills. Using context clues is an important reading strategy and these cards provide lots of focused practice for your graders!

I Love 2 Teach: Teaching Context Clues is Baloney! {FREEBIE}

I Love 2 Teach: reading Super idea for the students to invent their own context clues for a made-up word.

Types of Context Clues Chart Image

- Types of Context Clues Chart, Convenient, useful learning tools decorate as they educate! Each chart measures by . Related lessons and acti.

Prove It To Me FREEBIE! Teaching students to use evidence from the text to prove their thinking

This is a super fun and interactive way for students to find supporting details. I love the detective theme. I think that will hold students' attention and keep them engaged in the task.

LOVE these scaffolded reading response goals - my students' responses have grown so much from the beginning of the year.:

Another pinner says: LOVE these scaffolded reading response goals - my students' responses have grown so much from the beginning of the year.

CONTEXT CLUES CRAFTIVITY! Teach five types of context clues with this activity: definition, synonym (restatement), antonym (contrast), example, and inference. Students read ten sentences and determine the meaning of the underlined words AND the type of context clue they used to identify the meaning. This is differentiated so that it can be used across multiple grade levels.   $

Context Clues Craftivity

Context Clues: Teach five types of context clues with these this engaging craftivity! The five types include: synonyms, antonyms, definition, inference, and examples. Your students will read 10 sentences and determine the type of context clue the author

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