Here is a lesson and two documents for teaching adding and subtracting two digit numbers. In my Smartboard lesson (which is included), after going over using the number grid to solve the problems, students get the worksheet with the recorded heights
I adapted the Everyday Math 9-6 chapter for first grade into a Smartboard lesson. Here, students apply what they have already learned to try and figure out how to visualize fractions other than the halves and thirds they have seen before. This is a
This is a simple cause and effect worksheet that can remind students what cause and effect are! Sometimes I print this out then write in a cause of a story to get them started and they can fill in the effect...
I created this as an anticipation guide-like activity before reading The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle. We are starting a huge animal unit, and as an introduction, this is a great book to introduce and remind kids of all the different kinds of
I knew my students needed this when I asked them how tall they thought I was and answers ranged from 2 feet to 20 feet. This worksheet is a simple exercise in which students estimate how long they think certain items are, then they use their ruler
This contains information for first graders about the food chain. It talks about producers, consumers, and decomposers, and then the three types of consumers (carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores). These complicated words can actually be explained