Grab this 50+ page freebie focused on developing and practicing main idea with multiple activities! Perfect for first graders, second graders, and even third graders!

Grab this page freebie focused on developing and practicing main idea with multiple activities! Perfect for first graders, second graders, and even third graders!

First Grade Fabulosity: Time Capsules and Main Idea

Main Idea/ Details Graphic Organizers - This includes 4 half sheet graphic organizers for main idea and details. Great for reading journals and independent practice.

The Puzzling Main Idea contains directions and materials needed for 5 different Main Idea Activities. They are tons of fun, hands-on, and a perfect continuation to Main Idea mini-lessons! The activities encourage whole class, partner/group, and independent work/critical thinking! If followed in order, the activities teach Main Idea first in a more concrete manner, allowing children to slowly be able to apply their new skills to more difficult tasks, and eventually to text.

the activities teach Main Idea first in a more concrete manner, allowing children to slowly be able to apply their new skills to more difficult tasks, and eventually to text.

Main Idea Practice Pages for Beginners! FREE!

These main idea practice pages are perfect for main idea beginners! Each page includes a short, easy to read passage with 2 questions. The first question asks students to write the main idea. The second questions asks students to color

Download 12 free main idea mystery bag ideas that you can use in the classroom.

5 Fail-Proof Ways to Teach Main Idea So That Students Understand

Teach your students how to find the main idea and supporting details of nonfiction texts with these scaffolded lesson ideas and activities!

Teaching Main Idea in Nonfiction Texts

Teach your students how to find the main idea and supporting details of nonfiction texts with these scaffolded lesson ideas and activities!

This product includes the following:Mystery Sack Main Idea Activity: This works well for small groups or centers. You will need to cut out and laminate each of the 'details' and put them into a sack. Next, the students will look through each sack and try to figure out what is the main idea of the sack.

Main Idea Supplemental Activities

This works well for small groups or centers. You will need to cut out and laminate each of the 'details' and put them into a sack. Next, the students will look through each sack and try to figure out what is the main idea of the sack.

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When it comes to determining the main idea, practice makes perfect! See the anchor chart photos above of some of the strategies we've taught students to help them to determine the main idea and.

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