Year Long No Prep Math and Literacy Mega Packet for First Grade (Common Core)

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This is a packet full of math and literacy activities for the ENTIRE first-grade year. All activities require NO PREP and are FUN and engaging for students. They are aligned to the Common Core Standards and the standard addressed is printed at the top of each sheet.

Included in the September packet:
*Add and Color: Color the crayon according to the sum
*Add With Ten Frames: Add counters to fill the ten frame and then fill in the missing number in an addition sentence with a sum of 10
*Back to School Sequencing (2): Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*Blends and Digraphs: Glue the correct blend or digraph at the beginning of the word
*Blends Sorts (R-Blends and S-Blends): Sort the pictures based on their blend
*Characters and Setting: Read a back to school story and draw a picture of the characters and the setting
*Compare Length: Identify the objects that are shorter or longer than the crayon
*Comparing Numbers: Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of 3 numbers
*Counting Syllables: Fill in bubbles to show the number of syllables in a word
*Cut and Paste Rhymes: Glue the pictures in the school bus that contains a rhyming word
*Digraph Sort: Sort the pictures based on the beginning digraph sound
*Make 10: Find the number that makes the number sentence true
*Match the Time: Glue the correct digital time under the analog clock (to the hour)
*Noun or Verb: Color the apples to identify nouns and verbs
*Fill in the Missing Numbers: Complete the 120 chart
*Punctuation and Capitalization: Circle the letters that should be capitals and add the correct punctuation to the sentences
*Roll and Write Sight Word: Roll a dice and trace the sight words
*Back to School Book: Read, illustrate, and build a back to school storybook
*Short and Long Vowels: Color the apples to identify short and long vowel words
*Short Vowel Sort: Sort the pictures based on their short vowel sound
*Sight Word Search: Word search to find first grade sight words
*Silent E Words: Use the silent e rule to spell the long vowel words
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can
*School Supply Graphing: Complete the graph to show how many school supplies are in the backpack and answer the questions about the data
*Vowel Teams: Fill in the missing vowel teams to complete the long vowel words

Included in the October packet:
*Add and Color: Color the ghost according to the sum
*Character Report: After reading a story, the student choose a character and create a report about their character.
*Halloween / Pumpkin Patch Sequencing (2): Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*Diphthong Sorts (2): Sort the pictures based on their diphthong
*Characters and Setting: Read a Halloween story and draw a picture of the characters and the setting
*Comparing Numbers: Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of 3 numbers
*Counting Syllables: Fill in bubbles to show the number of syllables in a word
*Cut and Paste Rhymes: Glue the pictures in the witch's that contains a rhyming word
*Make 10: Find the number that adds to the first to make 10
*My Halloween Costume, Halloween, Christopher Columbus: Write about your Halloween costume, Halloween, and Christopher Columbus - Word boxes with helpful words included on each page
*Noun or Verb: Color the pumpkins to identify nouns and verbs
*Punctuation and Capitalization: Circle the letters that should be capitals and add the correct punctuation to the sentences
*Roll and Write Sight Words: Roll a dice and trace the sight words
*Fall Book: Read, illustrate, and build a fall storybook
*Long Vowel Sort: Sort the pictures based on their long vowel sound
*Sight Word Search: Word search to find first grade sight words
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can
*Halloween Costume Contest Graphing: Answer questions about the graph that shows the results of a costume contest.
*Main Characters: Identify main characters from familiar stories
*Counting On to Add: Use a number line to solve addition problems.
*Counting Back to Subtract: Use a number line to subtract
*Represent Numbers with Tallies: Draw the correct amount of tallies for each number
*Setting: Draw the setting to a scary story.
*Christopher Columbus Word Web

Included in the November packet:
*Add and Color: Color the leaf according to the sum
*Change to Less Number Stories: Read the number story and use the change to less diagram to solve the problem.
*Change to More Number Stories: Read the number story and use the change to more diagram to solve the problem.
*Characters and Setting: Read the Thanksgiving story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Comparing Numbers: Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of 3 numbers
*Compound Words: Combine two words to make a new word
*Contractions: Match the contractions to their original words
*Counting Syllables: Fill in bubbles to show the number of syllables in a word
*Counting Units: Count the objects and write the number along with the unit used
*Cut and Paste Rhymes: Glue the pictures in the acorn that contains a rhyming word
*Domino Addition: Use the dominoes and the parts and total diagram to solve addition problems
*Thanksgiving / Football Sequencing (2): Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*Friends of 10: Find the number that adds to the first to make 10
*Thanksgiving and Veterans Day Writing: Write about Thanksgiving and Veterans Day, Write a Thank You Letter to a Veteran - Word boxes with helpful words included on each page
*I Am Thankful Book: Read, illustrate, and build a Thanksgiving storybook
*Number Sentences: Read the number stories and write and solve a number sentence to match
*Number Sentences: Finding Unknowns: Read the number stories and write and solve a number sentence to match, using a box for the unknown addend
*Proofreading Practice: Read a passage, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passage correctly
*Roll and Write Sight Words: Roll a dice and trace the sight word in the correct column
*Settings: Draw the setting to familiar stories
*Sight Word Search: Word search to find first grade sight words
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can
*Thanksgiving Dinner Graphing: Answer questions about the graph that shows favorite Thanksgiving foods
*Main Characters: Identify main characters from familiar stories
*Counting On to Add: Use a number line to solve addition problems.
*Counting Back to Subtract: Use a number line to subtract
*Represent Numbers with Tallies: Draw the correct amount of tallies for each number
*Word Families: Make lists of short and long vowel word families

Included in the December packet:
*Add and Color: Color the ornament according to the sum
*Characters and Setting: Read the Christmas story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Comparing Numbers: Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of numbers
*Contractions: Match the contractions to their original words
*Counting Syllables: Fill in bubbles to show the number of syllables in a word
*Cut and Paste Rhymes: Glue the pictures in the Santa hat that contains a rhyming word
*Christmas / Santa Sequencing (2): Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*Friends of 10: Find the number that adds to the first to make 10
*Christmas and Dear Santa Writing: Write about Christmas and a letter to Santa - Word boxes with helpful words included on each page
*Christmas Book: Read, illustrate, and build a Christmas storybook
*Proofreading Practice: Read a passage, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passage correctly
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can
*Christmas Graphing: Complete a graph and answer the questions
*Capitalization - Rewrite the sentence with correct capitalization
*Capitalization 2 - Sort the words by whether or not they should be capitalized
*How to Decorate a Christmas Tree - Draw and write the steps to decorating a Christmas tree
*Coloring Capitals - Color the words that should be capitalized green and the words that should not be capitalized red
*Comparing Characters - Read a story about elves and compare the two main characters
*Compound Word Search - Read a Christmas story and record the compound words
*Homophones - Complete sentences with the correct homophone (one, won, to, two, four, and for)
*Long Vowel Search - Read a story and circle the long vowels
*Number Line - Count up and back on a number line and color the numbers correctly based on where you land
*Punctuation and Capitalization - Add the correct punctuation marks and capitalize the correct words in a passage about the holidays
*Skip Counting to Solve Number Stories - Skip count on a number grid to solve word problems
*Using Capitals - Write a passage to answer questions about yourself using correct capitalization
*Word Sort - Sort words by words that are spelled the way they sound and words that are not

Included in the January packet:
*Add and Color: Color the hat according to the sum
*Characters and Setting: Read the New Year’s story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Comparing Numbers (2): Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of numbers, Use the <, >, or = sign to compare two numbers
*Snowman / New Year’s Sequencing (2): Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*Martin Luther King, Jr. and New Year’s Resolution Writing: Write about Martin Luther King, Jr. and your New Year’s resolution- Word boxes with helpful words included
*Snow Book: Read, illustrate, and build a book about a trip to the snow
*Proofreading Practice: Read a passage, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passage correctly
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can
*Winter Graphing: Complete a graph and answer the questions
*Capitalization - Rewrite the sentence with correct capitalization
*Coloring Capitals - Color the words by whether or not they should be capitalized
*Comparing Characters - Read a story about elves and compare the two main characters
*Punctuation and Capitalization - Add the correct punctuation marks and capitalize the correct words in a passage about new year’s resolutions
*Dear Friend – Write a letter to a friend, including specific material to help practice punctuation and capitalization
*Digraphs – Write the correct digraph to complete each word
*Double Digit Addition – Solve the double digit addition problems (no regrouping)
*Double Digit Addition (Counting Up) – Count up by tens and ones on the number gird to solve double digit addition problems.
*Missing Comas – Add the missing comma(s) to each sentence
*Nouns – Color the snowflakes that contain nouns
*Sorting Nouns – Sort common, proper, and possessive nouns
*Tens and Ones – Count the base ten blocks
*Winter Word Web – Read the passage about winter and complete the word web to show main ideas and key details

Included in the February packet:
*Add and Color: Color the hearts according to the sum
*Characters and Setting: Read the Valentine’s Day story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Pronouns: Circle the pronoun in each sentence.
*Pronouns 2: Change the nouns in each sentence to pronouns.
*Coloring Capitals - Color the words by whether or not they should be capitalized
*Comparing Numbers (2): Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of numbers, Use the <, >, or = sign to compare two numbers
*Create-a-Word-Search: Design a word search for your classmates to complete.
*Cupid / Presidents’ Day Sequencing (2): Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*Valentine’s Day, Presidents, and Groundhog Day Writing: Write about Valentine’s Day, our Presidents, and Groundhog Day - Word boxes with helpful words included
*Proofreading Practice (2): Read a passage, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passage correctly
*George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Word Webs: Complete word webs about two famous presidents.
*Make it True: Add the missing number or symbol to each number sentence to make it true.
*Making Plurals (3): Practice turning singular words into plurals.
*Common, Proper, and Possessive Nouns: Sort nouns into the correct category.
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can.
*Time to the Hour: Write the correct time under each analog clock.
*Valentine’s Day Graphing: Complete a graph and answer the questions
*Capitalization - Rewrite the sentence with correct capitalization
show main ideas and key details

Included in the March packet:
*Add and Color: Color the shamrocks according to the sum
*Characters and Setting: Read the St. Patrick's Day story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Verbs: Find the verbs in each sentence
*Comparing Numbers (2): Identify the largest and smallest number in a group of numbers, Use the <, >, or = sign to compare two numbers
*Create-a-Word-Search: Design a word search for your classmates to complete.
*Determiners: Choose a determiner to complete each sentence
*Double Digit Addition - Counting Up: Count up on the number grid to solve the double digit addition problems.
*Leprechaun Sequencing: Read the stories and cut out pictures from the story to put them in order
*St. Patrick's Day / How to Build a Leprechaun Trap Writing: Write about St. Patrick's Day and How to Build a Leprechaun Trap - Word boxes with helpful words included
*Make 10: Solve three digit addition problems by first adding the numbers that make 10
*Make It True: Fill in the number or symbol that makes each number sentence true
*Proofreading Practice: Read a passage, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passage correctly
*George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Word Webs: Complete word webs about two famous presidents.
*Make it True: Add the missing number or symbol to each number sentence to make it true.
*Past, Present, and Future: Write a sentence three ways
*Past Tense Verbs: Rewrite sentences, changing the verb to past tense
*Relating Addition and Subtraction: Solve the addition problem to help solve the subtraction problem in the same fact family
*Sleep E or Bossy E: Sort the silent e words by long or short vowels
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can.
*Time to the Hour: Write the correct time under each analog clock.
*Spring Graphing: Complete a graph and answer the questions
*Spring Word Web: Complete the word web to tell about spring
*Capitalization - Rewrite the sentence with correct capitalization
show main ideas and key details
*Using Capitals: Write about a friend, using capital letters when appropriate

Included in the April packet:
*Add and Color: Color the eggs according to the sum
*Change the Verb: Rewrite the sentence with a new verb
*Characters and Setting: Read the St. Patrick's Day story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Comparing Number Sentences: Use the <, >, or = sign to compare two number sentences
*Common and Proper Nouns: Write a proper noun for each given common noun
*Create-a-Word-Search: Design a word search for your classmates to complete.
*Have a…: Match the Have a… statements to their meanings
*Main Idea and Key Details: Read the passages and write the main idea and key details for each
*Make 10: Solve the addition problems my making 10
*Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, and Adjectives: Identify the nouns, pronouns, verbs, and adjectives in the sentences
*Noun, Verb, Adjective Sort: Sort the words into the correct categories
*-or Sound Sort: Sort the –or sound words by their spelling patterns
*Place Value: Answer the place value questions
*Easter Bunny Sequencing: Read the story and cut out pictures from the story to put it in order
*Spring Writing: Write about spring - Word boxes with helpful words included
*Relating Addition and Subtraction: Solve the addition problem to help solve the subtraction problem in the same fact family
*Proofreading Practice (2): Read the passages, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passages correctly
*Retelling a Story: Read the story, put it in order, and answer the comprehension question
*Silly Sentences: Cut out the adjectives, nouns, and verbs to create silly sentences
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can.

Included in the May packet:
*Add and Color: Color the flowers according to the sum
*Capitalization: Rewrite the sentences using capital letters correctly.
*Characters and Setting: Read the Memorial Day story and draw a picture of the setting and characters.
*Conjunctions (2): Fill in the missing conjunctions to complete the sentences / story.
*Defining Attributes: Write one defining attribute for each shape.
*Digraph Story: Fill in the missing digraphs to complete the baseball story.
*Double Digit Subtraction: Practice solving double-digit subtraction problems.
*Prepositions: Fill in the missing prepositions to complete the sentences.
*Main Idea and Key Details: Read the passages and write the main idea and key details for each
*Memorial Day Writing: Write about Memorial Day - Word boxes with helpful words included
*Mother’s Day Sequencing: Read the story and cut out pictures from the story to put it in order
*My Mom is the Best Writing (3 Pages): Brainstorm, make an outline, and write about your mom. Give reasons why she is the best mom.
*Noun, Verb, Adjective, Pronoun Sort: Sort the words into the correct categories
*Number Words: Write the number words and sort them by whether or not they are spelled the way they sound.
*Proofreading Practice: Read the passage, circle the mistakes, and rewrite the passage correctly
*Retelling a Story: Read the story, put it in order, and answer the comprehension question
*Identifying Reasons: Read the passage and identify the reasons the author gives for her opinion.
*Spring Book: Illustrate and construct a book about spring.
*Subtraction Facts: Practice subtracting within 10 as fast as you can.
*What’s the Word?: Use the sentence’s context to guess the miss word.
*Word Sort: Sort words by whether or not they are spelled the way they sound.

All activities are common core aligned and can be used for morning work, center time, early finishers, etc. The common core standard addressed is printed at the top of each sheet. I hope you enjoy this packet. Please message me if you have any questions.

-Kendra

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