Engage students in language arts centers with easy to use and store File Folder Centers! I love using file folder centers in my classroom because they fit perfectly inside a file cabinet, box, or crate for easy storage and easy access by students. Each of my file folder centers hits one skill hard, so it’s easy to see what a student is struggling with. Since most passages cover a variety of skills, it can be difficult to pinpoint what students need more help with. These centers help identify areas of student weakness. I like to use them throughout the year and in my “reading boot camp” at the end of the year to prepare for the state test. To read about how I use and organize file folder centers in my own classroom CLICK HERE
This center focuses specifically on: sorting detail cards to fit given main ideas
*This center is included in the File Folder Center BUNDLE with 5 nonfiction centers in one. Show me the bundle!
-Center Cover Sheet: This will go on the cover of the file folder, it describes the skill and the directions on how to complete the center.
-Inside Pages A & B: These are the activity sheets that will go inside the folder on both sides.
-Sort Pieces: This page has all of the pieces that students will sort to complete the activity.
-Answer Key: The simple to read and use answer key can be used by the teachers or students to check work.
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- Main Idea
- Compare & Contrast
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