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The Scarecrow Guided Reading Activities Main Idea vs. Topic

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This guided reading unit focuses on determining the difference between main idea and topic while reviewing comprehension strategies of text connections, retell, character, setting, and problem and solution and character analysis for the mentor text The Scarecrow by Beth Ferry. Bring Fall fun to your classroom through focused and engaging guided reading curriculum.

This engaging book companion unit includes:

  • a unique craft
  • writing prompts
  • graphic organizers
  • story element posters
  • anchor chart headers
  • focused worksheets to deepen understanding of the story elements
  • book talk questions
  • parent connection materials
  • Morning work or fast finisher activities
  • lesson plan ideas and more!

This easy to implement guided reading set is an engaging Fall themed unit that will bring that festive fun to the classroom this October!

This unit is also part of my "Guided Reading with a Purpose: Unit 7 Bundle: Fall Fun with topic vs. main idea focus.

Check out these other helpful Guided Reading with a Purpose Units...

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I Just Want to Do it My Way Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution

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The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes Guided Reading Focus Problem and Solution

Retell (Week 2)

Ricky, The Rock that Couldn't Roll Guided Reading Focus Retell

We Don't Eat Our Classmates Guided Reading Focus Retell

Leonardo The Terrible Monster Guided Reading Focus Retell

Enemy Pie Guided Reading Focus Retell

The Invisible Boy Focus Retell

Text Connections- text to self, text to text & text to world (Week 3)

The Day You Begin Guided Reading Text Connections

There's Only One You Guided Reading Text Connections

Rock What Ya Got Guided Reading Text Connections

A Family is a Family is a Family Guided Reading Text Connections

We Are Family Guided Reading Text Connections

Ask and Answer Questions (Week 4)

The Thing Lou Couldn't Do Ask and Answer Questions Guided Reading

After the Fall Ask and Answer Questions Guided Reading

Energy Island Ask and Answer Questions Guided Reading

Jabari Jumps Ask and Answer Questions Guided Reading

Character Analysis (Week 8)

Scaredy Cat Splat Guided Reading Character Analysis

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything Guided Reading Character

Creepy Pair of Underwear Guided Reading Character Analysis Activities

Turkey Trick or Treat Guided Reading Activities

The Monster's Monster Guided Reading Activities Character Analysis

Ask and Answer Questions (Bonus Unit)

All My Stripes and Understanding Autism Guided Reading Ask and Answer Questions

I'm Not Just a Scribble & Understanding Down Syndrome Guided Reading

Moses Goes to a Concert & Understanding Hearing Impairment Guided Reading

Mrs. Gorski I Think I Have the Wiggle Fidgets Understanding ADHD Guided Reading

Jack's Worry Understanding Anxiety Guided Reading

Guided Reading Bundles:

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Friendship Guided Reading Activities

All About Me and My Family Guided Reading Activities

Goal Setting and Growth Mindset Guided Reading Activities

Special Needs and Inclusion Guided Reading Activities

⭐⭐CLICK HERE >> To read my blog post about these units! ⭐⭐

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Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply reasons that support the opinion, use linking words (e.g., because, and, also) to connect opinion and reasons, and provide a concluding statement or section.
Use information gained from the illustrations and words in a print or digital text to demonstrate understanding of its characters, setting, or plot.
Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.

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