Are your students ready to learn about questions and statements? Well, this lesson is definitely ready to provide some help. Through playing a fun game, young readers will improve their language abilities.
Get into the fall spirit with this fun worksheet that lets kids practice reading and writing Halloween sentences using first grade sight words. Students will use the picture clues and word choices to help them complete the sentences.
In this hilarious lesson plan filled with homophones, students will get to practice identifying and using multiple meaning words. This can be used on its own or as a pre-lesson for the Multiple Meaning Motivation lesson plan.
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.
Have your first graders conquered the compound word? It's time to find out! Use this quick reading assessment to evaluate your students’ abilities to read compound words, such as sunflower, bookcase, and cowboy.
Use this printable booklet to introduce children to the inspiring story of Katherine Johnson, a barrier-breaking NASA mathematician, while building their vocabulary and boosting reading and writing skills.