Here are 40 cards for your students to practice Inference in Spanish. This, in my opinion, is one if not the toughest reading comprehension strategy to teach students and to get them ready for the standardized test. Especially in Spanish since we don't have a lot of resources available to us. Teachers in third grade introduce Inference as it will be assessed in the standardized test of the state.
Inference is a very abstract idea and not an easy one to understand by the students, but it’s a great tool to understand the story. The cards have a short story with multiple answer choices that will enable you to review over and over with your students and make sure they understand the skill.
I've been a bilingual teacher for almost 20 years. After having a successful business career, I went back to school and studied to be a teacher. I have been in three different districts in the State of Texas, spending my last six years with Fort Bend ISD, Sugar Land, TX. I decided to start this store because I feel there are not enough materials out there for the bilingual, dual, spanish teacher. I know so because I had to translate, design and make my own to use in my classroom. I have been married to Don for 30 years and live in Katy, Texas, with my two Yorkies, Milo and Winston.