Brain Breaks for Middle and High School Students (icebreakers;time fillers)
Every now and then even middle and high school students need a break. Brain breaks for younger children usually involve physical movements that shy middle and high school students are usually reluctant to do. These brain breaks involve using the brain but in a fun and relaxed way.
Brain Breaks for Middle and High School Students (icebreakers;time fillers, too)
Finding the Main Idea: Mini-lesson with Non-Fiction Texts
Identifying the main idea of a reading passage is a skill students need to practice over and over again. This print-'n-go resource can help! Students learn to identify the main idea of a reading passage with a teaching component, 6 original informational texts, and practice sheets galore that you can use with any passage! Bonus: This mini-lesson also helps students understand the difference between main idea and theme! Answer keys, learning objectives, and Common Core Standards all included.