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Main idea anchor chart

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These main idea activities are perfect for first grade and 2nd grade classrooms! Finding the main idea and details in a hands on way is always fun for small groups and guided reading! Included are creative puzzles, main idea mystery bags, paragraph with topic sentences, worksheets, graphic organizers, anchor charts, and more! The main idea mysteries are always a favorite! Use the organizers with books of your choice, too! Great for nonfiction main idea and main topic units!

These main idea activities are perfect for first grade and 2nd grade classrooms! Finding the main idea and details in a hands on way is always fun for small groups and guided reading! Included are creative puzzles, main idea mystery bags, paragraph with topic sentences, worksheets, graphic organizers, anchor charts, and more! The main idea mysteries are always a favorite! Use the organizers with books of your choice, too! Great for nonfiction main idea and main topic units!

ELA Anchor Charts: Main Idea

This is a culmination of my own anchor charts, plus the best anchor charts that I could find online. This is a great place to find effective charts that get to the heart of what you are teaching in workshop. If you have a favorite chart that you'd like to add, please contact me! Also, if I have not properly given credit for an anchor chart, let me know so that I can fix it.

A main idea anchor chart that functions as a reusable graphic organizer! It can be used again and again across subject areas... just replace the sticky notes! After reading an excerpt from a textbook, have students determine the main idea and three supporting details. Check out the FREE student version!

A main idea anchor chart that functions as a reusable graphic organizer! It can be used again and again across subject areas... just replace the sticky notes! After reading an excerpt from a textbook, have students determine the main idea and three supporting details. Check out the FREE student version!

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Reading Informational Text 4.1 Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

These main idea activities are perfect for first grade and 2nd grade classrooms! Finding the main idea and details in a hands on way is always fun for small groups and guided reading! Included are creative puzzles, main idea mystery bags, paragraph with topic sentences, worksheets, graphic organizers, anchor charts, and more! The main idea mysteries are always a favorite! Use the organizers with books of your choice, too! Great for nonfiction main idea and main topic units!

The main idea and details reading standard is one of my favorite to teach! There are so many great activities you can do to practice main idea and details. Plus, they're now printable AND digital for distance learning! Main Topic vs. Main Idea and Details Depending on your grade level and standards, there is a

Main Idea and Main Topic (Exploring ELA)

Find a list of resources for teaching Main Idea and Main Topic in your classroom including activities, practice material, and read alouds.

Spark creativity in writing and other projects! Encourage students to use descriptive words, with this chart as an idea starter. Extra value on back: reproducibles, tips, and teaching information. 17" x 22". Sturdy and durable.

Spark creativity in writing and other projects! Encourage students to use descriptive words, with this chart as an idea starter. Extra value on back: reproducibles, tips, and teaching information. 17" x 22". Sturdy and durable.