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.
These pets need your help finding their missing letters! This worksheet encourages students to slow down and listen to each sound they hear. By working as word detectives, students learn how to segment pet words into different sounds.
Use this All About Misty Copeland Reader to help kindergarteners and first graders learn about Misty Copeland, the first African American woman to become a principal ballerina with the American Ballet Theater.
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.
Set your new reader on the right reading track by practicing phonics. Here, kids practice recognizing the sound of "x" and "p" as they say the name of each picture, then find the picture with a matching ending sound.
Help these words find their missing letters! When writing long words, it can be easy to forget sounds. This worksheet helps students to think about all the sounds they hear as they fill in the letters to complete the names of each picture.
Have your kids put on their detective hats to solve the case of the missing letters! Students are encouraged to slow down and listen to each sound they hear. By working as word detectives, students learn how to segment words into different sounds.
This printable booklet is a great way to help kindergarteners and first graders learn facts about Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. Each nine page worksheet produces two half-page booklets.
It’s time to make some holiday wishes! Help students make their holidays happy by thinking about three wishes they have for the season. Your young writers will use the help of a word bank to write out their wishes in this holiday-themed activity.
Get ready for a fun memory game! Students take one minute to look around the classroom before turning their eyes back to the paper to write down as many items as they can…without looking! This is a great way to engage students in writing independently.