Every week, my 1st grade class looks at a different poem over the course of three days. I have written down the questions I ask for the different days as well as the poems. On the final day, the kids glue the poem into their poetry books and draw or
I have parents come into the classroom once a week to have kids read to them. I want to give them clear expectations so that my kids and the parents get the most out of the experience. I give this to the parents.
These are interesting word problems that students must really think about what the problem is asking in order to solve. There are 4 challenging word problems. Three of the word problems have blanks so you can use one of three different sets of
This is all you need to get your students excited about working on reading goals (aka "superpowers"). This provides instructions on how to implement, data keeping sheets, examples of different decoding, fluency, comprehension, and inferring goals,
Balanced Literacy, Reading, Reading Strategies
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Lesson Plans (Bundled), Unit Plans, Literacy Center Ideas
I believe that problem solving is the best way for students to learn how to apply the math skills they are taught. This math problem is based on the book Chester's Way by Kevin Henkes. You can use it as a math tie in to language arts or on its own.
These are 9 word problems where students will show a strategy (drawing, number line hoping, number bonds, etc.), number sentence, and answer for each problem. The problems with a * at the top are easier and the problems with a ** are more