First Grade Common Core Math Spiral Review relates to the Math Common Core State Standards. We created the math spiral review for the students to continue to "spiral" back to previously taught standards. It could be used as a morning work or a
These picture, bar and tally mark graphs can be used in a variety of ways. They can be used to display in a calendar area where you can review daily graphing questions during your calendar time. The students can use the graphs to learn how to
The Conjunctions Center relates to the English Language Arts Common Core Standard 1.L.1g (Use frequently occuring conjunctions.). This can be used as a center activity. The 8 sentences can be cut and placed in mini pocket charts. The students
Students will match the verbs or adjectives to the word of which they are a shade of meaning.
Shades of Meaning with Frog relates to the First Grade English Language Arts Common Core Standard 1.L.5d: Distinguish shades of meaning among verbs
This activity can be used as a matching game or center. The students match the shapes to the new composite shape that was created with those shapes. Composing Three-Dimensional Shapes relates to the Common Core Math Standard 1.G.2.
Tens and Ones Bones Center relates to the Common Core Math Standard 1.NBT.2. I have used it in a math center. I hang the bones around the classroom as a scavenger hunt. The students use a clipboard to walk around to write down the answer on the
The Prefix and Suffix Card Match Common Core relates to the Common Core State Standard 1.L.4b. It can be used several different ways and the cards are color coded for easier sorting.
-You can have the students sort the cards based on whether they
This activity can be used in small group or whole group. The students will be sorting the shapes based on the defining attributes according to the Common Core State Standards 1.G.1.
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First Grade Tacos
This activity relates to the Common Core State Standard 1.NBT.6. Tasty Tacos can be used to meet the individualized needs of your students. This game was designed to increase the students' knowledge and understanding of subtracting multiples of
Paw Print Subtracting Multiples of Ten relates to the Math Common Core Standard 1.NBT.6. This can be used in a center. The students match the paw print with the subtraction sentence to the paw print with the correct answer. The students then
Wild Party Animals relates to the Common Core Math Standard 1.OA.8. (Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating three whole numbers.) The students match the equation by placing the correct answer in the
Lion Domino Fact Families can be used in centers or during a math lesson. The students can use one of the lion domino fact family part-part-whole mat from the last page to place a domino on. They will then use the middle page to record their
First Grade English Language Arts & Math Vocabulary consists of vocabulary words from the ELA & Math Common Core Content Standards for first grade. These cards can be used in different ways. They can all be displayed on a wall that can be
This activity could be used in a center or in whole group instruction. The students can cut out the circles with pumpkins and leaves. They will use the circles as manipulatives in the ten frame to find all the ways to make 10. Pumpkin and Leaf Sums
Math Common Core Time Test & Flashcards relate to the Math Common Core State Standard Operations and Algebraic Thinking OA.6.
The packet includes:
- addition time test 0 to 10
- addition time test recordsheet (As the students pass the 0s,
Beach Treasures consists of 20 math centers that relate to the First Grade Math Common Core State Standards. Each center consists of a cover page and a record sheet.
A Blast at the Beach Result Unknown in Addition 1.OA.1 ~ 9 pages
Skunky Syllable Sort Common Core relates to the Common Core State Standard RFS 1.2, and RFS 1.3. Students look at the picture on the card and decide how many syllables each word has. Then they find the corresponding number and lay it with the
Here is a 120 chart that you can use as a resource when teaching your students to count to 120 starting at any number less than 120, as well as reading and writing numerals to 120. There is also a blank 120 chart that you can use to assess your