the central idea with supporting evidence;
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.
Differentiate reading instruction with nonfiction texts, compare and contrast activities, and response to text writing opportunities.
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.
A set of 6 worksheets to help students identify key facts, details, and vocabulary when researching information.
Blend reading, writing, and historical concepts with the Declaration of Independence worksheet.
Read and learn about Thomas Jefferson with a printable informational reader and activity booklet.
A fun comprehension strategy board game for students to play during literacy rotations.
A set of comprehension task cards to help students find the main idea when reading.
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.
A comprehension task paired with an article about the history of Halloween.
A comprehension worksheet paired with an informational text about earthquakes.