Give each of your students his or her very own writing checklist. These can be printed and laminated to make an easy, reusable dry erase writing checklist. Before your students come running up to you saying they're done, they have to make sure they
Do you have students that need to work on their fluency? This complete, NO PREP, pack includes fluency passages from level F to level N. The students reread the passage every night for homework and fill in the box with how many words they read in a
These strips have every 1st grade Common Core standard simplified into "I Can" sentences with the standard in the bottom corner. Each subject is color coordinated to make it easy for you to switch them out when you are changing your objectives.
This pack contains all the application problems from the Engage NY Math Module 2 for First Grade. This is a good resource to help students organize their work, as there is a space for each different way to show work. These pages can be put together
Fun and quick way to reinforce vowel teams. Can be done independently or with a partner.
1. ea, ee, ey
2. oi, oy
3. ow, oe, oa
4. aw, au
5. ai, ay
6. er, ir, ur, or
Have students color each vowel team a different color!
Just print these cute journal covers out, write your students' names, and tape them onto their notebooks. This is an easy way to organize notebooks that may be all different colors so that your students can quickly grab whichever one they need.
Help your students remember which writing goal they should be paying extra attention to. Just write your students names on clothespins and clip them on whichever goal they are working on. Goals included are: writing neatly, finger spacing,
For the month of February, have your students and their families express what they love about one another. Each child will decorate a heart and write what they love about 1 or more family members. Then someone from the child's family or the family
This free pack includes 8 Level H fluency passages. The passages are from Reading A-Z. Each passage increases in word count. The reading level and passage number along with the target for fluency is located in the bottom corner. The students reread
Help your students remember which writing goal they should be paying extra attention to. Just write your students names on clothespins and clip them on whichever goal they are working on. Goals included are:
I can use punctuation.
I can write