First Grade Reading Worksheets and Printables

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Alphabet Magnets: U-X
Alphabet Magnets: U-X
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Alphabet Magnets: U-X
Print out cute drawings of some unusual animals, from the unau and the xanthareel, and make them into magnets.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Teremok Part V: The End!
Teremok Part V: The End!
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Teremok Part V: The End!
Find out how the story ends in this final chapter of the Teremok folk tale! Have fun coloring together, and building your child's enthusiasm for reading.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Alphabet Magnets: M-P
Alphabet Magnets: M-P
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Alphabet Magnets: M-P
Print out these fun animal drawings onto magnet paper or just glue them onto small magnets for a cute set of alphabet creature magnets.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Vocabulary Cards: Sharing Facts from Nonfiction
Vocabulary Cards: Sharing Facts from Nonfiction
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Vocabulary Cards: Sharing Facts from Nonfiction
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Sharing Facts from Nonfiction.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Complete a Story Map
Complete a Story Map
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Complete a Story Map
This graphic organizer guides readers to complete a story map of their reading by having them record the characters, setting, problem, and solution.
1st grade
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First Grade Reading Worksheets and Printables

Our first grade reading worksheets help young readers work on essential early reading skills. These printable reading worksheets allow kids to build their vocabulary, read short narratives, practice reading comprehension, and more. From bingo to word matching to flashcards, we have multiple ways to make learning to read fun. You can also check out our first grade writing worksheets for more practice.

Tips for Teaching First Grade Reading

First grade reading is an important phase in your child's literacy development. Not only does it build upon the phonics skills introduced in kindergarten, but it prepares children for chapter books in second grade. For more support with phonics, check out our phonics worksheets. By the end of first grade, early readers should be able to:
  • Interpret illustrations in order to make meaning about a text.
  • Decode unknown words.
  • Determine cause and effect within various texts.
  • Question the author's meaning.
  • Predict what they think will happen next in a story.
  • Know what types of books they love the best!