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Grade 3 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.3.1

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Before Groundhog Day, people celebrated which holiday?
  1. Spring Day
  2. Candlemas Day
  3. Shadow Day
  4. Punxsutawney Phil Day
Grade 3 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.3.1

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Grade 7 Supporting Details
I use the details in the text to help me determine the implied main idea. Details are...
  1. the author's purpose
  2. the author's point of view
  3. the who, what, when, where, why and how of the text
Grade 3 Supporting Details
What do supporting details do?
  1. They help back up or support the main idea.
  2. They tell you what to do.
Grade 4 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.4.1

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Grade 2 Supporting Details
Grade 2 Supporting Details
What does a supporting detail do?
  1. It tells you the main idea
  2. It gives more information about the main idea
  3. It gives you the conclusion
  4. It tells you who the narrator is
Grade 7 Supporting Details
Which sentence provides another supporting detail for the paragraph?

The diamondback rattlesnake is named for the diamond-shaped markings on its back and the rattling sounds it makes. The rattling sounds are caused by a loose rattle on the end of its tail. Diamondbacks are found in the southeastern United States and may grow to a weight of 30-35 pounds.
  1. The novel of A Feast of Snakes was written by Harry Crews.
  2. The first baby rattle might have been a piece of dried fruit.
  3. The eastern diamond back is also called the water rattlesnake.
  4. The snakemouth, with its pink flowers, is found in the eastern U.S.
Grade 1 Supporting Details
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