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  • Lauren Elizabeth

    Main idea table with supporting idea legs. Brain Pop Jr

  • Rocio Hernandez

    Reading / Language Arts - Main idea and supporting details

  • Rachel Culley

    Writing # 1: This table is a 3-D graphic organizer students can use for their opinion writing. The tabletop is the main idea, and the legs are supporting details. This activity is a great way for students to plan their writing and visually see how their ideas support the main topic! It can be used for a variety of writing passages, such as persuasive or informative.

  • Melissa Sienknecht

    Main Idea table w. supporting details table

  • Misty Hogg

    Main idea supporting details table

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