Making Predictions Worksheets
Our free, printable making predictions worksheets help make children’s ability to predict actions or events super-sharp. The key skills practiced here are reading and critical analysis. Encourage young learners to think about what they are reading, consider the available information to make an inference, and predict what will happen next. Let them zero in on the textual evidence, so they will increase the likelihood of getting it right nearly every time. The tasks include coloring circles that mark the correct predictions, predicting what happens next in scenarios, making predictions for stories, and much more.
These pdf worksheets on making predictions are most recommended for kids in grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.
Look at each picture and write what is likely to happen next. Grade 3 kids get oodles of practice using a common structure used to make predictions – I predict that. The pictures here are representative of things you do every day.
These making predictions worksheets are a must-have for 3rd grade kids! Let them observe the pictures, reason out logically, and choose the prediction they think is the likeliest. Their critical-thinking skills will now be twice as good!
A treat for 4th grade and 5th grade kids, this sections features passages. The task is for kids to spread their creative wings far and wide, before penning down what they think will happen next.
Consolidate your prediction-making skills with this pdf set. Read each scenario, determine what the text says explicitly, and make logical predictions from it. Choose what you think is going to happen next.
Follow the flow in these scenarios that are cut off mid-sentence. Make your prediction and choose the option that completes the sentence accordingly.
Pay attention to the logical sequence of events as you match sentences up in these printable making predictions worksheets for 6th grade learners.
There's a lot you can predict from the title of a book, as seen in these making predictions worksheets pdf. Choose the picture that you think best represents the book title.
Summon the artist within you to tackle these printable worksheets on making predictions. Draw a picture to depict your prediction and write down your reasoning for it.
A clarion call for avid young readers, this pdf set expects children to observe each book cover and blurb, make their predictions, and answer the set of questions.