2018 Super Duper Publications Catalog - 221
by Audrey Prince
These story cards help students learn how to identify the main idea in a
paragraph. Each card has a short narrative followed by three choices for the main
idea of the story. The player listens to or reads the story, and then decides which
choice best represents the main idea. 120 cards, 3" x 4".
* Level 1 cards are 3-4 sentences long.
* Level 2 cards are 5-7 sentences long.
Use the Secret Decoder to check the answers.
What is the Main Idea Super Fun Deck®
It was a special day at school. Mrs. Green, asked the students to bring something for
show-and-tell. Jeff decided to bring his pet fish, Mr. Guppy. Jeff put Mr. Guppy in a clear
bag with water and carried the fish in his book bag.
All the kids wondered why Jeff sounded funny when he walked. Mr. Guppy went
everywhere with Jeff until it was time for show-and-tell. When Jeff pulled out the bag with
Mr. Guppy in it, all the kids started laughing. Mrs. Green even giggled a little.
Which two details were in this story?
A Mr. Guppy is a pet fish.
B It was show-and-tell at school.
C Jeff has a pet cat.
D Mrs. Green was angry that Jeff brought a fish to school.
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30 stories, 6-8 sentences with a 2nd-3rd grade readability level.
50 stories, 10-12 sentences with a 4th-5th grade readability level.
by Clint Johnson, Audrey Prince, and Wendy Ward
30 fact-based stories, same length and readability as Level 2.
Help students to identify and remember the important details
in a story. Reading for Details in Stories features 100 engaging
stories divided into three, color-coded levels of difficulty.
Students read the story cards and answer the comprehension
question that follows, using the Secret Decoder to check their
answers. 100 cards, 4" x 7".
Reading for Details in Stories Super Fun Deck®
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