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December Daily Oral Language, "Fix-It" Sentences, Writing and Language Skills, Sight Word Practice (High Frequency Words) are all part of these daily morning work practice sheets! Common Core objectives are practiced along with TEKS (for our fellow Texans)!
Possible uses for this First Grade Daily Writing NO PREP, JUST PRINT resource:
Morning Work, Small Group Instruction, Intervention, Assessment, Homework or Center Work
Each page is numbered with the month, week and day. For example, 12-2-3 is December, the second week, the third day. On days where we have early dismissal or we do not have time to complete the page, I simply send the sheet home for homework or place it in a center as a "Have-To".
Only 3 weeks of work is given to allow for the winter holiday season.
PLEASE NOTE: If your school does not celebrate Christmas, please email us and we will change things out to be a "winter" theme instead of a Christmas tree.
Teachers have said:
Skills covered in December include using Sight Words over and over for review. Also included:
✎ Reading, writing and spelling of sight words in context and in isolated ways
✎ Capitalization and punctuation
✎ Identifying statements and questions
✎ Handwriting practice
✎ Practice with contractions
✎ Read a short paragraph and list events in order
✎ Complete sentence starters and draw a picture.
✎ Write a sentence using capital letter at the beginning and punctuation at the end.
✎ Write a sentence about Christmas
✎ Complete sentence starters and draw a picture
✎ Write complete sentences in response to a prompt.
✎ Make lists
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