I use these pages as a Daily Review for my first grade students. You could use it as morning work or during any other time of the day.
I wanted to create a resource that could truly be used as review. The format is predictable: reading/writing content on the top/math content on the bottom and every five days the content changes. It contains material that has most likely been taught a few weeks earlier. I also stayed away from thematic content to give you more flexibility.
I hope this is a resource that will be beneficial in your classroom.
Specific Content:Days 136-140: writing web, ABC order, ai/ay, fact families, comparing numbers using base 10 representation
Days 141-145: writing facts, adjectives, oa/ow, 2D shapes, 10 more, 10 less, 1 more, 1 less
Days 146-150: Fix the sentence (punctuation, capitalization, spelling of sight words, and subject/verb agreement), contractions, igh/y, 3D shapes, time to hour and half hour
Days 151-155: Story sequencing, compound words, ending sounds of y, fact fluency: which fact doesn’t belong, problem solving (missing addend)
Days 156-160: writing opinions, antonyms, ar, balancing equations, 100 chart puzzles
Days 161-165: reading comprehension (riddles), multiple meaning words, er/ir/ur, counting by 10s from a number other than 10, expanded form
Days 166-170: reading comprehension (passage/questions), vocabulary, ar/or, dividing shapes into equal parts, two digit addition without regrouping
Days 170-175: writing with vocabulary words, fact or opinion, ou/ow, color the fraction, two digit subtraction without regrouping
Days 176-180: write questions, categories, oi/oy, place value (hundreds, tens, ones), time to hour and half hour