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#♫♪ First Grade Lesson Plans ♫♪

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Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: subtraction

The egg and bean game. Number sense, subtraction, addition - use with different things other than eggs depending on the time of year.

This math game works for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Easy to adapt for different ages/speeds

Guided Math in First Grade - lots of ideas for routines & procedures

Teaching How-To Writing: Fiction/Non-Fiction

Word Family Books (-at, -ed, -ip, -op, and -ug) - Students write words to match word family pictures, then write a sentence for each picture. Great for morning work, homework, literacy centers, or a mini lesson. $

LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ Don't just sort words on paper! Sort them with DUPLO LEGO bricks. They are hands-on and very colorful! | This Reading Mama

Fun Friday Activity: Benjamin Franklin My kiddos had so much fun making these kites and they learned a lot about Ben Franklin. #Ben Franklin#social studies#teaching ideas#writing#education

BrainPOP Jr. | George Washington Carver | Lesson Ideas

For First Grade! Graphic organizers, Venn Diagrams, Quick Writes, and Assessments! Six historical figures!

Landforms Social Studies topic that aligns with Earth's Forces for a unit. This project could easily be used as an activity within the lesson for Social Studies.

I love this landform activity and it could be easily adjusted for any landforms we study in the habitat unit. This could also be a good take home kit because the materials are simple but the project could be helpful with an adult.

Breathtaking Unit Study! Show your students what landforms really look like in this Powerpoint presentation with gorgeous photographs! Activities include assessments, cut and paste, booklets, and matching card games. Check the PREVIEW!

I think this book would be a good one to have available for students to read in the classroom while we covered a unit about wetaher. KR

This PowerPoint presentation was created with photographs of all types of weather and weather tools. It includes interactive slides, a matching card game, cut and paste activities, a booklet, assessments, and an editable presentation that you can customize.

This is a beautiful 4 1/2 minute video from the "Planet Earth" series showing different seasons and types of weather.