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Fiction Main Idea Task Cards | Digital and Printable



Your students will LOVE practicing main idea with these 32 engaging main idea task cards! This task card set includes 32 brief fictional stories to use for generating and discussing main idea and detail statements in FICTION.

This set includes both a printable and digital (Google Slides) version.

Students read the paragraph to identify the main idea. Included are three differentiated recording sheets. One recording sheet is multiple choice, one requires students to generate a main idea statement for each paragraph, and the other has room to generate both main idea and details statements for each paragraph. Take it a step further, and the kids can create a title that belongs with the story to show their understanding of how titles often support main ideas!

These main idea task cards are perfect for introducing the concept, center work, small groups, whole group, or even assessment.

Answer Keys & Recording Sheets Included

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