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#♫♪ First Grade Lesson Plans ♫♪

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Choose a travel brochure and write a letter persuading your parents to take you there or to explain why it would make the best vacation.

Great book to use for judgement (opinion with a reason using evidence) writing activity.

Optical illusion....What a great way to have children use imagination and think of reasons why they think the picture is either a duck or rabbit! Great for opinion writing!

Im going to do this using Swedish Fish and GoldFish Crackers for 1st graders :) - CCSS Opinion Writing

Lucy Calkins- opinion writing ideas for k-1

We Are Overcomers! {A Close-Reading Unit of Study Celebrating Courageous Characters!} Grades 1-2 (25 detailed lessons, 81 pages, $)

Blog Post from Creating Readers and Writers: Teaching Young Children How to Ask Questions

Creating Readers and Writers Blog Post: First Week Favorites ... "Being Kind"

Reading Response Templates for Any Book: Open-ended sheets for K-2 children, literature and informational texts. $

On their birthday or star of the day. My first grade teacher did this and I hung it on my door. I got to pick the scented marker: Purple!

Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Photos of My First Grade Classroom @Sarah Tompkins love this woman's style for her classroom

FREEBIE - One page Reading Comprehension: Who? What? Where? - cute short story with related questions

Pocket Chart Activities (Color Word Sentences) - Great for literacy centers or for early finishers! Includes recording sheets for accountability (Can be used without a pocket chart!) $

Great idea for first day of school

Hands-on learning for math concepts for your 5, 6, and 7 year olds. Lots of links to many different activities from all over the blogosphere. | from Creekside Learning.

Fix It Up Sentences (July) - Students write each sentence correctly by capitalizing the first letter of each sentence, adding the correct ending punctuation, spelling sight words correctly, and changing capital letters within a sentence to lowercase letters. $