What’s in the Bin? (3) Inferences Activity Sheet

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What’s in the Bin? (3) Inferences Activity Sheet - inferences, autism, making links, receptive language, ASD, Asperger’s, worksheet

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This activity aims to support drawing inferences as part of a guessing game. A bin and its contents are shown. The student has to use these items to make inferences about who might live in that house. This could also be done with a real bin and items. A worksheet is also included for the students to record their responses. This activity will be useful for speech and language therapists, teachers and parents.
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