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Have students that cannot speak or write in complete sentences? This is especially a problem for early ELL students. I have used this activity for years and it is hands down the easiest way to teach my first graders about complete sentences. Now this resource is available in paper or DIGITAL resource to make writing mechanics and grammar practice more engaging!
Fun, engaging printables for first graders based on the YouTube music video sensation, "What Does the Fox Say?" Your students will practice finding missing numbers in all positions for addition and subtraction equations to lay the foundation for algebraic thinking in the primary grades! Print these worksheets for centers, math workshop or independent practice!
Do you have students who struggling decomposing 2-digit numbers into tens and ones? Roll It, Build It, Break It, is a great game for helping first graders visualize the tens and ones and the quantities of larger 2-digit numbers! Read about how to play this game with materials you already have on hand!
As I gained more teaching experience, I realized how important it was to make the anchor charts stand out for my first graders. They needed more visuals, and unusual shapes, colors, or designs to help my littles find them in the room and actually use them! Here's a look at some of my favorite writing anchor charts!