It’s time to make sentences! At the Sentence Cafe, words come together to build stories. Get ready to learn about different parts of speech such as conjunctions, possessive pronouns, articles, and more in this hands-on lesson.
It's time to check in on your students’ abilities to read past tense verbs that end in -ed. Use this one-on-one assessment to gauge your first graders' knowledge of words that end in -ed by having them read these sight words aloud.
When first graders are learning how to conjugate verbs, sometimes a fill in the blank activity is much more approachable than an open-ended question. Subject verb agreement quizzes will ensure students are capable of making the most out of second grade reading and writing resources. A little practice with these Education.com activities, and they’ll find conjugating verbs is no longer a tense affair.
Functional First Grade Verb Resources
Students' grammar basics start shaping up in first grade. They learn how verbs must match with singular or plural nouns in sentences like, "Sally plays the guitar" and "They play soccer." Young students will also learn how verbs are used in the past, present, and future tenses. The Learning Library's first grade verb resources mirror Common Core State Standards and cover all the verb lessons kids encounter at this age.
Some academic tools feel like entertainment, like the online game Parts of Speech Sorting, where players place the correct part of speech book into its proper backpack. The hands-on activity Play Nursery Rhyme MadLibs! directs kids to point out verbs in famous children's stories. There are many printable worksheets like Beginning Grammar: Nouns and Verbs, which instructs students to fill in the blank with the proper verb. There are also printouts on past tense verbs, subject-verb agreement work, and other practical assignments that save teachers valuable time. The first grade verbs resources in the Learning Library start students' grammar practice off on the right foot.