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First Grade Activities

These first grade activities are an easy way to help your child further develop her skills in reading, writing, math, and science. In addition to being educational, these printable first grade games are also fun! Activities for first grade include games like nursery rhyme mad libs, bowling for addition, and sandwich bag explosion. Activities like these allow first graders to be engaged while having a good time.

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Halloween wouldn't be complete without a creepy paper hand with spider and eyeball rings to help decorate a haunted house!
First Grade
Halloween
This fun and easy project is the perfect way to help your first grader remember who's who, practice her handwriting, and help decorate for Thanksgiving.
First Grade
Thanksgiving
Have your kid create a chart of job titles. It's a great way to get him to recognize the people whose efforts benefit the community.
First Grade
Labor Day
This Halloween math activity book is a whole lot of fun.
First Grade
Fall
Have a little fun playing with food this Thanksgiving, and a silly harvest holiday potato with your child!
First Grade
Fall
This fun, summery arts and crafts activity is a great project to do with your child. She'll express her creativity while she revamps some old flip flops.
First Grade
Summer
Turn printed family photos into a sturdy 'flash card' game to help your child learn the names and faces of near and distant relatives.
First Grade
Games
Want to help your child develop stronger numeracy skills and make your dice games even more fun? Try creating some googly-eyed funny dice.
First Grade
Games
Halloween decorations don't have to break the bank. Save money by making your own at home, like this charming crinkled paper skeleton the kids are sure to love.
First Grade
Halloween
This first grade science activity brings the green grass of early spring inside while teaching your child about the cycles of growth.
First Grade
Spring
With a few basic art supplies and a little imagination, you can repurpose empty oatmeal containers into a one-of-a-kind Father's Day cookie jar.
First Grade
Father's Day
Save some money this Halloween and work out fine motor skills by helping your child make his very own computer costume.
First Grade
Halloween
If your child aspires to be the next Frank Lloyd Wright, we've got some tips on building sand castles that last.
First Grade
Summer
When your child is crossing streets in the dark, visibility is key. Once he's picked out a costume, make fun and festive neon accents to add to his outfit.
First Grade
Halloween

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