What does that
mean?
When you draw a conclusion you use 2
things:
What you know in your head.
&
What you've read in the st...
A Conclusion is
something you come up
with when you put those
2 thing together..
Example:
o I cannot walk.
o I sleep in a crib.
o I drink from a bottle.

What am I?
This is the
gum
talking

Meanwhile, outside the
mouth, the little girl
and her mother
were on their
way to the
park for a ...
What do we know about gum and picnics?

What do we learn from the story?
The next day, the little girl
and her mom came back to
the park for a walk. The
little girl wanted to rest, so
they both s...
What will the girl do with the gum?

What do we know from the story?
Drawing conclusions for Third Grade
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Drawing conclusions for Third Grade

  1. 1. What does that mean? When you draw a conclusion you use 2 things: What you know in your head. & What you've read in the story.
  2. 2. A Conclusion is something you come up with when you put those 2 thing together..
  3. 3. Example: o I cannot walk. o I sleep in a crib. o I drink from a bottle. What am I?
  4. 4. This is the gum talking Meanwhile, outside the mouth, the little girl and her mother were on their way to the park for a picnic.
  5. 5. What do we know about gum and picnics? What do we learn from the story?
  6. 6. The next day, the little girl and her mom came back to the park for a walk. The little girl wanted to rest, so they both sat on a newly painted bench.
  7. 7. What will the girl do with the gum? What do we know from the story?
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