the central idea with supporting evidence;
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a worksheet about the Boston Tea Party using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence with a Lewis and Clark Passage, graphic organizer, and worksheet.
Practice reading comprehension skills and learn about microplastic pollution in our oceans with a reading comprehension activity.
A worksheet to use when teaching students how to find the main idea of a text.
An article and comprehension task that celebrates women during World War 1.
Blend reading, writing, and historical concepts with the Declaration of Independence worksheet.
Read a short article, answer 10 comprehension questions, and use the gathered knowledge to write a central idea sentence about the text.
An activity for students to determine which of 2 related facts is a main idea and which is a supporting detail.
A fun reading comprehension strategy activity for students to use after reading a text.
Differentiate reading instruction with nonfiction texts, compare and contrast activities, and response to text writing opportunities.
A fun comprehension strategy board game for students to play during literacy rotations.
A set of 6 worksheets to help students identify key facts, details, and vocabulary when researching information.
A set of comprehension task cards to help students find the main idea when reading.
Read and learn about Thomas Jefferson with a printable informational reader and activity booklet.
A mini-book about a Founding Father is the perfect tool for your students to use when learning about Alexander Hamilton.
Implement a complete study of nonfiction text features with an “All About Me” Nonfiction Text Features project in Digital or Paper format.