Morning Messages December 1st Grade

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December First Grade Morning Work with the following themes: Christmas, mittens, snow, sled, Christmas lights, wreath, stockings, cookies, menorah, dreidel, and Hanukkah are included in this packet. Ten morning messages with a December theme are included in this packet. Add these to your emergency sub plans or use on those days when you get pulled from class for a last minute meeting. Answers are included so you could also set this up as a self-checking writing center.

1st Grade December Morning Message themes
Christmas, mittens, snow, sled, Christmas lights, wreath, stockings, cookies, menorah, dreidel, and Hanukkah

Students will strengthen their beginning reading and writing skills with these December First Grade Morning Messages. Skills include:
Beginning sounds
Middle sounds
End sounds
Blends sounds to make words
Short vowels
Rhyming words
Digraph
Diphthong
Blends
R-controlled vowels
Word families
Punctuation marks at the end of a sentence.
Capital letter at beginning of sentence
Sentence formation
Letter format
Use upper and lower-case appropriately
Letter formation

PLEASE NOTE: This was a teacher-directed lesson. I included skills that are above grade level because of my students that needed the enrichment. With teacher support and the spiral review of the morning message format, my other student also benefitted from these skills. Please download the preview file.

Morning Routine blog post which includes morning messages
Read more about Morning Message plus get free sample to try.


Common Core Standards
1.RFS.3
1.RFS.4
1.L.2


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.

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