1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April

1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April
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1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - April

This is a fun set of 25 1st Grade Math and Literacy printables for spring. These worksheets are a No Prep, fun way to work on common core concepts in April. All of the sheets are ready to be copied and passed out. I created them in black and white to save on ink.

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These printables could be used as morning work, homework, math and literacy center activities, or as part of a lesson plan. The cute April and spring themes include April rain showers, blowing bubbles, bugs, frogs, and more..

Here is a list of the first grade worksheets in this set.

* Spring Time - Telling Time
* Bubble Fun - Subtraction Multiples of 10
* Happy Frogs Place Value
* Spring Word Problems
* In the Pond Comparing Double Digit Numbers
* In the Clouds - Commutative Property of Addition
* Rainy Day Measurement
* Rainy Drops - Fill in the Missing Numbers Equations
* Shape Fractions
* Spring Addition - Double digit plus Single digit.
* Popping Bubbles - True or False Equations
* 10 More 10 Less Umbrellas
* Raining Digraphs
* Spelling with Blends
* Pronouns in Rainboots
* At the Park Inflectional Endings
* What Would it Be with a Silent E?
* Puddle Jumping - Plural and Singular Nouns
* My Best Spring Break Ever - Narrative Writing Prompt
* My Favorite Baby Animal - Opinion Writing Prompt
* Ho to Make Mud Pies - Informative Writing Prompt
* Roll and Read Sentences - Declarative, Interrogative, & Exclamatory
* Frogs on Lily Pads - Pairing Nouns with Adjectives
* The Big Balloon Race - Conjunctions
* Fruit or Not - Sorting Words into Categories

I hope you find these worksheets engaging and helpful in your classrooms. Let me know if you have any questions. I am happy to help.

Thank you!

Amy


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Sort words into categories (e.g., colors, clothing) to gain a sense of the concepts the categories represent.
Spell untaught words phonetically, drawing on phonemic awareness and spelling conventions.
Produce and expand complete simple and compound declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in response to prompts.
Use frequently occurring conjunctions (e.g., and, but, or, so, because).
Use frequently occurring adjectives.
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