Logic is the ability to think through problems and use strategies to solve them. These skills are important for early learning and literacy development. Inferencing Skill Strips contains 120 double-sided cards (240 items) that address four skill areas across three levels of difficulty.
Great visuals, I'm using them right now with an autistic student who needs sentence carriers in order to engage in conversation and these are working very well!!
These cards are great for my students who have autism!
These inferencing skill strips are great for elementary age students!
I liked the different categories within the inferencing skills strip activity and the game ideas were helpful to make it more fun.
This product really gets the students to think. They have to look at the picture and answer the question or tell what comes next, etc. Very versatile and can be used for many ages and level.
I have used these with a wide range of students. This set of cards has several different skill targets and my kids really enjoy using these. I am very happy with this purchase!
Inferencing Skill Strips
These skill strips are handy to take from class to class for inclusion language services. My students had one complaint, that the pictures on the cards in the sequencing section are both real and cartoonish. They thought the pictures should be one or the other. I like that the cards target skills the students are learning in class but in a different way. It promotes carryover of skills. The students love using dry erase markers to circle the answers (dry erase markers not included, but the cards are slick, so dry erase markers easily wipe off). Overall, I really like these cards.
Super logic and reasoning
These new Inferencing strips are great. I really like the time order words in the sequencing because these are difficult for my daughter with autism and they are really helping her. I also like the fact that there are three levels of difficulty so we can start out easy and work up.
Variety and fun
I am impressed with the many ways this set has for understanding inference. Leveled practice in a variety of cognitive avenues makes the game fun. Students love to work together to create meaning and show their understanding.
This is been a great source to teach the various ways of inferencing. You are able to target may skills such as compare/contrast, what doesn't belong, etc that really focuses on building one's cognitive flexibility. It is a fantastic tool for demonstrating and teaching a skill plus it is even better being a dry erase card. The students really like.