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Making Inferences - Fiction (Grade 5)

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Making Inferences - Fiction

1. 
Mary went downstairs. There was an aroma in the air. The table was set with warm blueberry muffins, freshly squeezed orange juice, and brewed coffee. A note was left on the table. It said, "Dear Mary, Have a great day. Good Luck at your new job. Love, Dan" Next to the note there was a wrapped present with a bow on top.

What time of day is it?
  1. Morning
  2. Afternoon
  3. Evening
2. 
The movie starts at 7:30 pm, but Robert doesn't get off work until 7:45pm. Robert wants to see this movie tonight! What do you predict Robert will do?
  1. Choose a movie time that is later.
  2. Ask the manager to hold the movie until he gets there.
  3. Ask his boss if he can leave early.
  4. Choose a different movie to see.
3. 
What can you infer from the following statement:
"Now that his fear had passed, he felt angry for having been duped. He promised himself that he would never volunteer for another night shift at the aquarium."



4. 
Kay threw her bike down wherever she stopped. More than once she had left her bicycle in the driveway. Several times her dad had pointed out what could happen when she did this. One morning as her dad was leaving for work, Kay heard a crashing sound outside.

Based on your reading of the text, you can INFER or CONCLUDE that:
  1. Kay rode her bike often.
  2. Kay learned a lesson from her mistake.
  3. Kay's dad ran over her bike.
  4. Her bike was stolen from the garage.

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