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#♫♪ First Grade Lesson Plans ♫♪

CONTRIBUTORS: PLEASE limit your paid product pins to 3 per day & pin with a “3 NO COST to 1 PAID ratio” Thank you. First Grade Lesson Plans {Aligned with Common Core Standards}

They Already Read It, But Did They Get It? 10 Ways to Check Reading Comprehension

Teaching Ace blog: A great way to introduce opinion and evidence. This post is about kindergarten but can easily be used in second, too. I really like this blog!

Spotted in First Grade: Writing in My Classroom

FREEBIE! CELEBRATING a TPT MILESTONE! Reading Comprehension: Where? When? Why? (FREE until midnight 9/20/14) Six short stories on a half sheet - can be put into book format - variety of reading levels

Choose different reading logs to match what your students are reading at any given time! Six different logs including Venn Diagrams and T-charts. Prompts challenge kids to reflect about a variety of narrative elements! Not to mention that they are all so adorable...

My students have a different reading log question each night. They write about their favorite part of the story, the setting of the story, the main character of the story, and about an important event. This is such a fun way to have kids reading and thinking about story elements! I can definitely tell who is reading and who is not!

Free: Reading Decoding Strategies {Student Reference Card}

My Reading Stamina Anchor Chart (Created with the children during the second week of school.) Creating Readers and Writers Blog Post

FREE: Reading & Writing Student Conferences {Recording Sheets}

Have fun with these hands-on science investigations... ooey, gooey holiday fun. {Creating Readers and Writers: Halloween Science: Part 1}

Creating Readers and Writers: Book Talk: I'm Not Scared (Copycat Writing Idea)

Practice sight words with a game of Swat ... lots of other great sight word games on this post, too!

Sight words represent approximately 50% of all printed text. When students know their sight words, reading becomes much easier.

Here is a CUTIE! An ADORABLE short story about Paula the Pirate that your students will absolutely LOVE! Paula the Pirate Read and Write $