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.
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.
Read, color, and learn! Students will practice identifying conjunctions, possessive pronouns, and articles by reading a story about going to a park. Then they'll circle the different parts of speech in either red, green, or blue.
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.
Fish + bow = fishbow...? No, that's not right! Engage your young learners in understanding and forming compound words with this fun worksheet. Students will use words from a word bank to create compound words in this word structure activity.