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Birthday Giveaway Day Five: Where do we belong?

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Day Five of the Birthday Month Giveaway is “Where do We Belong?  A Problem Solving and Inference Activity Packet“ is brought to you courtesy of Speechy Musings

This is a very unique and interesting packet with a focus on deductive reasoning, problem solving, inferencing and perspective taking. It focuses on placing the appropriate family to the right house. Included are 6 families, 6 houses, 6 cars, and 6 pets. Students will have fun trying to infer which family belongs in with which house, car, and pet based on the provided information in the “application form”!  She also included blank versions of the activity so your students can participate as well and describe their families. Answer key is also provided.

This is an awesome executive function activity set for older elementary aged children because it requires a lot of focus on the details as well as an emphasis on going back to the “application form” to check if the requirements match specific family’s needs.  It’s great because it also exposes students to the practical details of daily life such as searching for the right house and car to suit your family’s needs based on the household budget, daily activities, and number of children.

You can find this product in her TPT store by clicking HERE or you can enter my one day giveaway for a chance to win.

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7 thoughts on “Birthday Giveaway Day Five: Where do we belong?

  1. This product looks wonderful to use with my students with language and pragmatic goals! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Playful way to address language and logic skills

  3. This is a great activity. would love to use it with my students.

  4. I really like this activity. Would use with my kids who have trouble considering more than one source of information.

  5. I would use this with my preschoolers and even my own son. Love it!

    1. I forgot this one was about inferencing. I would use this with some of my auditory processing kiddos.

  6. I would like to use this in my elementary language groups!

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