Predictions Task Cards and Activities for Fiction and Nonfiction


  • Grades: 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

  • Subjects: Reading, Writing

  • Product Type: N/A

  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable

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Product Description

These task cards will make students think about what will happen next and justify why. The activities to go with it require students to write as they think about what will happen next.

Predictions are important for good readers to do before, during, and after reading. This pack full of task cards and activities are perfect for helping students with this important skill. The fun crystal ball graphics will keep it fun and engaging!

Students have to figure out what will happen next and tell why. There are no right or wrong answers if the prediction makes sense.

In this packet you will find the following:

Making Predictions Mini Poster
24 Fiction task cards in color and black and white
24 Nonfiction task cards in color and black and white
Abra Cadabra cards in color and black and white
Game board, game pieces, and spinner
Recording sheet
Predictions Chart for any book
2 Fiction writing activities
3 Nonfiction writing activities

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Reading Toward The Stars
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A wife, a mother, a reading specialist!

I graduated from Longwood College in 1997 and spent the first 14 years of my career as an educator in third and fourth grade classrooms.  I loved teaching children, but my passion has always been with teaching reading. 

I graduated from the University of Virginia with my Masters in Reading in May 2010 and waited patiently for the moment when I could do what I do most and help struggling readers learn to read!  In 2011, that dream came true! Now I spend my days as a reading specialist working with students in Kindergarten through fifth grade as they learn to overcome reading difficulties and work to become stronger readers.

In 2012, I began my blogging journey where I highlight books, ideas, and my days in the classroom.  You can visit my blog Reading Toward the Stars to learn more about my life as a reading specialist.

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