Life in First Grade:  Main Idea Anchor Charts use this one!!

Life in First Grade: Pigeons, Skunks, Halloween, and Anchor Charts.pinned for Main Idea anchor chart

MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

Great for teaching main idea/details. Give each group a bag to figure out what their main idea would be (ex: baking a cake). Includes a graphic organizer to fill in the main idea of the bag and the supporting details (ex: eggs)

What Does the "Text" Say?  Text Evidence Reading Response Printables

What Does the "Text" Say?

What Does the "Text" Say? Text Evidence Reading Response Printables- Adapt to a bulletin board - What do the text "really" say?

"Guess the Main Idea" - great intro for teaching how to find the main idea of a story

Joyful Learning In KC: Writing Workshop Main Idea. Great lessons for children that struggle to keep the same main idea for writing.

Determining the Central Message and Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details (RL 1.2, RI 1.2)

Determining the Central Message and Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details (RL RI Use in conjunction with teaching central message in Unit 3 Grade 3 Readygen. Students can easily related to these stories from previous grades.

Use Molly Lou to teach Common Core Rl.1.2 - finding central message or lesson learned.  Mr. First Grade

Use Molly Lou to teach Common Core - finding central message or lesson learned. First Grade

So many fun activities to teach your kids about main idea!!

Main Idea

This Main Idea packet offers a new twist on the same old "central message" and "key detail" lessons. Jam packed with more than 65 pages of rigorou.

First Grade with a Cherry on Top: Common Core Comprehension Ideas- main idea and key details

First Grade with a Cherry on Top: Common Core Comprehension Ideas- main idea and key details **I think I have all three books mentioned**


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Central Message or Theme Anchor charts, response sheets, a

Central Message or Theme response sheet and flip flap resources

This mini pack includes anchor charts, response sheets, and flip flap books for students to practice identifying the central message, theme or lesson in a

Reading Comprehension:  Guess the Main Idea.

Joyful Learning In KC: Writing Workshop Main Idea. Great lessons for children that struggle to keep the same main idea for writing.

I love using Howard B. Wigglebottom books to teach central message. {Perfect for teaching back to school expectations!!}

I love using Howard B. Wigglebottom books to teach central message. {Perfect for teaching back to school expectations!

Kevin Henkes - author study - use with "Chyrsanthemum" at the beginning of the year

Kevin Henkes - author study anchor chart could use this as an ongoing post of books read.include theme, and setting

main idea and supporting details bags

I Teach. What's your super power?: Main Idea and Supporting Details + Surviving the End of the Year Students create their own main idea bag.

main idea anchor chart by Lisa Barnes dN2cp

Determine the main ideas and supporting details of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats including visually, orally, and quantitatively. Narrative and informational text anchor chart (main idea)

main idea bags - students look at items in bag, determine what they have in common, and write the main idea and supporting details of the bag!

main idea bags - students look at items in bag, determine what they have in common, and write the main idea and supporting details of the bag!---i would then have them make their own main idea bag to see if we could figure theirs out!

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