Students often have trouble understanding the difference between observations and inferences. This presentation starts by going over definitions of each term, as well as, the differences between quantitative and qualitative observations. The goal is for students to understand that observations are data, which is used to create inferences (preliminary conclusions) and evidence is when you use the data to support your inferences. A final point is made that inferences are preliminary conclusions, thus inferences can not be seen. The remainder of the presentation gives multiple photos for students to practice making inferences from data. This learning program is geared to K-12 students, but can also be used for introductory college courses in multiple subjects.