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#♫♪ First Grade Lesson Plans ♫♪

#♫♪ First Grade Lesson Plans ♫♪

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Prepositions by Teach Speech Apps

Places a Kite Will Go: A Preposition Lesson. This lesson starts with a discussion about wind and flight, a science topic we have been learning about. Scholastic has a great springtime Let's Go Fly a Kite! lesson plan set and ready for anyone to use. I encourage you to start there.

Comprehensive prepositions resource! This product consists of 10 practice worksheets that target the Common Core standards for Prepositions in First Grade, TWO Literacy Centers, and Editable Templates that allow you to create as many activities as you want.

math stations for differentiation -

Snap game! Fun and easy way to build fact fluency.

Having many kinds of dice leads to many ways to improve additive reasoning. Quick, easy, no prep games and routines to add to your classroom today!

Comparing numbers using dice and greater than or less than symbols with brass brads

Math homework for the entire year! Each day of the week addresses one of the 4 Common Core math domains for a continuous review year round! One page per week!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: 8 Critical Thinking Strategies for Math Word Problems! Bring those word problems down to size with these terrific tips! 3-5 grades

Problem Solving Words and Strategies 3-4 grades

Math problem solving strategies that work for 1st-2nd grade.

This "I CAN" Math game covers all standards for PROBLEM SOLVING in 1st grade. Perfect for Guided Math & Test Prep! {Common Core} With QR codes! Paid

First Day Jitters Lesson Plans: Author Julie Danneberg. Writing templates.

first day jitters book make a class friendship mix

Back-To-School Supplies and Solutions ~ Color By The Code Math Puzzle Printables To Practice Number Recognition, Basic Addition and Basic Subtraction Skills~This Color By Number Unit Is Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~This set includes 6 Back-To-School themed math puzzles to practice math skills. $

The Kissing Hand (how did you feel? chart)

Goodbye summer, Hello school....great first day activity

FREEBIE! Reading Comprehension: Who? What? Where? - Cute short story with related fill in the blank sentences. Great for checking for reading comprehension and also great for introducing Close Reading! Thanks for leaving me feedback!

Informational Text Post-it Poster: First grade students can start to get a feel of story comprehension with this hands on activity of reading story parts and breaking it down.

A HUGE thank you to Jodi at Fun in First Grade for this idea. We used it today to review our weekly story before our test. Tomorrow we will be making flowers with our -ow words on the petals and measuring how long our flowers are with rulers, unifix cubes, and paper clips.

Reading Comprehension: Where? Where? said Buddy the Bear (short stories and questions) $

If the student reads the sight word correct, uses it in a sentence, etc, they can feed the monster.

Back to School: Fix It Up Sentences (capital letters and ending punctuation) $

This is a great way for students to see what punctuation goes with each sentence. you could scramble up the note cards and have students put them back in the correct slot while reading them with the correct punctuation at the end.