This is a great supplement to lessons about irregular plural nouns. Challenge your students to write the plural form of tricky words like fish, spy, person, wolf, birthday, library, mouse, calf, and more.
Uh-oh! The punctuation has gone missing, and we need your students' help editing these personal narratives! By looking closely at a punctuation-less narrative, students practice using correct end punctuation in this fun worksheet.
Do your first graders have a solid grasp of how to write sentences with proper end punctuation, or could they use a bit more practice? Use this assessment to gauge your students’ abilities to use correct end punctuation.
Learn all about periods, question marks, and exclamation points with these first grade punctuation resources. If you are teaching first grade punctuation, browse our worksheets for printable material. Want to support first graders in a more hands-on way? We offer activities that help teach kids all about punctuation, like our "Punctuation Red Light, Green Light" game. When you're finished, check out our second grade punctuation resources.