Main Idea Lessons

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Tawni Gillen-Martin
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Grilled Salmon Recipe with Avocado Salsa - Whole30 Salmon (VIDEO)

Grilled Salmon Recipe with Avocado Salsa (Healthy Whole30 Salmon Recipe!) is the BEST Salmon Recipe and just happens to be Whole30 approved!

How To Produce Elementary School Much More Enjoyment Using Paint Strips For Main Idea And Supporting Details And Then Glued Into A Reader's Notebook Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Guided Reading, Comprehension Strategies, Close Reading, Reading Activities, Main Idea Activities, Fluency Activities

Paint Strips: Not Just For Painting! - Conversations in Literacy

It is time for another Bright Idea for your classroom! Have you discovered the colorful fun of using paint strips in your class? There are so many different ways to use them! There are different sizes and number of boxes on the strips. The bright colors will appeal to your students as well as just […]

Finding the Main Idea with Non-Fiction Texts (comes with 20 different non-fiction passages with answer keys) In this sample freebie you will find 3 non-fiction passages that students can use to practice finding the main idea and supporting details. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Groups, Learning, Reading Logs, Library Lessons

FREE Main Idea and Supporting Details Passages

Get a free sample of non-fiction reading passages that students can use to practice finding the main idea and supporting details. These high interest and engaging non-fiction topics make learning about main idea fun and interesting for students! Like what you see? Find this entire product and others...

Non-Fiction Main Idea Use old Scholastic News articles. Cut off the titles. Have students practice reading and determining main ideas & then giving the articles titles. Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Literacy Strategies, Learning, Reading Passages, Reading Resources

Nonfiction Main Idea

Are you looking for a new an exciting way to have your students work on identifying main idea in nonfiction texts? This is a super low-prep...

Main Idea Anchor Chart--Worked great in my fifth grade classroom! by maryann Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Close Reading, Reading Strategies, Reading Lessons, Reading Logs, Math Lessons

Teaching Main Idea - Appletastic Learning

Teaching students how to find the main idea can be hard. Here's what I used to teach my students how to find the main idea.

This FREE worksheet was designed as part of an introductory lesson for topic and main idea. Students analyze five short passages to determine the topic of each. Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Main Idea, Student Teaching, Teaching Ideas, Reading Tutoring, Teaching Reading

Main Idea - Details Practice Page

This worksheet provides students with practice identifying the topic, topic sentence, and supporting details in five high-interest paragraphs. An additional bonus activity is included as an extension for fast-finishers or advanced learners. A scaffolded version of this worksheet identifies the...

Reading Response for Any Book: One Concept, Five Approaches - Minds in Bloom Reading Response Activities, Reading Resources, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Writing Skills, Teaching Tools, Reading Comprehension, Writing Tips, Teaching Ideas

Reading Response for Any Book: One Concept, Five Approaches

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