Reading for Comprehension: Drawing Conclusions

Reading for Comprehension: Drawing Conclusions

Not every detail of a story needs to be spelled out. Experienced readers are able to draw conclusions based on hints, or evidence, found elsewhere in the book or passage. In this reading comprehension worksheet, children read six short passages and draw a conclusion about each one based on context clues. Designed for third and fourth graders, this worksheet offers valuable practice for students as they learn to make inferences from the works of fiction they read.

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