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March First Grade Morning Work

March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
Product Description
Includes 23 pages of daily math and language arts morning work or homework review activities for first graders, in a simple format that encourages independent work.

This product includes two versions to meet your needs:
Number of the Day up to 100 (base ten rods and units; place value chart with tens and ones).
Number of the Day up to 159 (base ten flat, rods, and units; place value chart with hundreds, tens, and ones).

Included on all pages:
- Student name
- Calendar (Write the month, day, year, and identify the day of the week)
- Number of the Day (Write numeral, write tens and ones, color base ten blocks to represent)

Each page also includes additional activities including:
Week 1 and 2:
- Part-Part-Whole Math: Make 6 or 7
- Find the missing “part” (addend) in a math fact,
within a number bond. Ten Frame included as a tool.
- Write the related facts (fact family).
- Solve addition (missing addend) and subtraction equations.
- Story Problems (start or change unknown, or compare).
- Number Pattern / Skip Counting (identify pattern and fill in missing numbers).
- Reading Comprehension (read short passage and make inference).
- Sentences (edit for capitalization and punctuation; revise to add descriptive word).

Week 3, 4, and 5:
- Part-Part-Whole Math: Make 8, 9, or 10
- Find the missing “part” (addend) in a math fact,
within a number bond. Ten Frame included as a tool.
- Write the related facts (fact family).
- Solve addition (missing addend) and subtraction equations.
- Story Problems (start or change unknown, or compare).
- Graphing (use picture graph to answer questions).
- Number Pattern / Skip Counting (identify pattern and fill in missing numbers).
- Reading Comprehension (read short passage and make inference).
- Sentences (write a complete sentence to describe a picture, OR edit the sentence given for capitalization and punctuation and revise to add descriptive word or missing sight word).

Sentences include St. Patrick's Day and Easter (non-religious) themes and clip art.

Once students learn the activities, they can complete them independently in about 5-10 minutes each day. Morning work can be checked whole-group in less than 5 minutes. Number of the day is provided by the teacher (I use the number of days of school and write it on the board), or it can be differentiated. These activities could also be used as homework.

Other months of First Grade Morning Work:
ALL YEAR Bundle - Get every month at a discount in this bundle!
Back To School/September First Grade Morning Work
October First Grade Morning Work
November First Grade Morning Work
December First Grade Morning Work
January First Grade Morning Work
February First Grade Morning Work
March First Grade Morning Work
April First Grade Morning Work
May First Grade Morning Work
June First Grade Morning Work
Total Pages
50 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 month
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