Drawing conclusions for Third Grade
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    Drawing conclusions for Third Grade Drawing conclusions for Third Grade Presentation Transcript

    • 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.
    • 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 picnic.
    • 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 sat on a newly painted bench.
    • What will the girl do with the gum? What do we know from the story?