Developing and sustaining foundational language skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and thinking--vocabulary. The student uses newly acquired vocabulary expressively. The student is expected to:
- (1) use a resource such as a picture dictionary or
digital resource to find words;
- (A) use illustrations and texts the student is able to read or hear to learn or clarify word meanings;
- (B) identify the meaning of words with the affixes -s, -ed, and -ing; and
- (C) identify and use words that name actions, directions, positions, sequences, categories, and locations.
'Everyone Belongs' Vocabulary Flip-book
Define and discuss vocabulary words associated with diversity and equality using this flip-book writing activity.
On the Farm Word Wall Cards
28 farm vocabulary cards for use on a word wall.
What's My Color? - Matchup Activity
A set of 20 animal and color matchup cards to use in a variety of ways.
Read Along Pocket Chart Cards – Black History Month
Use this set of Black History Month text and image pocket chart cards for reading and history lessons.
What is Small? Concept Book
A fill-in-the-blanks mini-book for students to learn about things that are small.
What is Large? Concept Book
A fill-in-the-blank mini-book to teach students about the concept of 'large'.
What is Round? Concept Book
A fill-in-the-blank mini-book to help your students explore things that are round.
Read Along Pocket Chart Cards – Dr. Mae Jemison
Use this set of 13 sight word and image display cards for your reading and history lessons.
What is Short, What is Tall? - Concept Book
A fill-in-the-blank mini-book for students to compare and contrast things that are short and things that are tall.
Read Along Pocket Chart Cards - Martin Luther King, Jr.
Use this set of 12 MLK text and image pocket chart cards for reading and sight word practice.
MLK Cut and Color Worksheet
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. and the ideals he fought for with this cut and color MLK worksheet for early elementary students.
Where is the Dinosaur? - Positional Words Velcro Book and Interactive Activity
Practice using position words (prepositions) with this combination match-up activity and differentiated worksheets.
Grade 1 Daily Warm-Up – PowerPoint 2
Bring on the day’s lessons with math and English activities that get students excited about learning.
Receptive Language Vocabulary — Cut and Sort Worksheet
Practice receptive language vocabulary with this cut and paste worksheet.
Read Along Pocket Chart Cards - Rosa Parks
Read and learn about Rosa Parks with printable pocket chart cards.
Read Along Pocket Chart Cards - Barack Obama
Read and learn about Barack Obama with a set of pocket chart cards to use for reading and sight word practice.
Synonyms Worksheet Pack - First Grade
Practice identifying and using synonyms with a set of four synonym worksheets for first grade.
First Grade Antonyms Worksheet Pack
Practice identifying and using antonyms with four antonym worksheets for first grade.
Everyday Opposites - Antonyms Game
Have some wordplay fun with an Everyday Opposites game!
My Word of the Day Mat
A fun worksheet to use in the classroom when building vocabulary.
I Have, Who Has Prefix Game
Play an exciting game to help your students identify and define words with the prefixes - pre, re, un, and dis.
Suffixes Mini Book
Learn to make pancakes and use the suffixes -ed and -ing with a printable mini-book.