Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Spring Math and Literacy (1st Grade)

I can't wait for Spring!  I am so happy to have finished our Spring Math and Literacy Packet for 1st Grade!  These packets are SO easy to implement and require absolutely NO PREP!  Just PRINT the pages and TEACH!  As with all of our NO PREP packets, all of the pages are in black and white, which means NO costly colored ink!



Here is what is included in this packet:
*Roll and Read I (Roll a die, read a Fry sight word phrase)
*Roll and Read II (Roll a die, read a Fry sight word phrase)
*Roll and Read III (Roll a die, read a Fry sight word phrase)
*Roll and Read IIII (Roll a die, read a Fry sight word phrase)
*Rainy Day Letters (Cut out the word raincoats to make new 2, 3, 4 and 5 letter words)
*Growing Adjectives (Color by the Code)
*Growing Verbs (Color by the Code)
*Growing Nouns (Color by the Code)
*Growing Pronouns (Color by the Code)
*Spring Spinner (spin a verb, noun, adjective or preposition: color by the code)
*Planting Directions (Color the flower, arrange them and write directions on how to get to the flowers)
*All About Bugs (Read the clues, cut and paste to match the bug)
*Prepositions (Read the sentences, cut and paste to match the correct preposition)
*Spring Texting Codes (find the texting code for each word, decide if it is a noun or adjective)
*Spring Story Sequencing (Read and put the stories in order from beginning to end)
*Spring into Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives (cut, sort and paste)
*Color by Noun (person, place or thing, use the color code)
*Color by Nouns (proper and common - color by the code)
*Rainy Day Verb Tenses (cut and paste present, future and paste)
*Singular and Plural (Cut and paste the phrases into the correct jar)
Hopping Homophones (cut and paste the matching homophones-draw pictures to match)
*Rainbow Contractions (read the words on the rainbow, write the contraction)
*Spring into Rhymes (write 4 rhyming words for each given word)
*Rainy Day Blends (Write beginning blends)
*Plural and Singular Nouns (circle and write the correct noun- Write sentences)
*Spring Sentences (use the Who-Did What- Where words to make sentences)
*Life Cycle of a Butterfly (cut, paste and write the stages)
*Life Cycle of a Ladybug (cut, paste and write the stages)
*Spring Facts (is, has, can graphic organizer)
*Spring Sentences I (write fabulous spring sentences for each picture)
*Spring Sentences II (write fabulous spring sentences for each picture)
*Building Spring Sentences I (Use the words to write a sentences that match the picture)
*Building Spring Sentences II (Use the words to write a sentences that match the picture)
*All About Spring (Use the spring word bank to write about Spring)
*Let's Write a Letter 
*Spin and Write I (Spin the spinner to get a subject and predicate and write a sentence)
*Spin and Write II (Spin the spinner to get a subject and predicate and write a sentence)
*Spring Kids Reading Clues (Read the clues about each kid, cut and paste to match)
*Spin and Color a Fraction (Spin the spinner, color a fraction to match- 5 in a row wins!)
*Jump into Math (Look at the number on each frog, find and circle the pairs of numbers that equal that number)
*Multiples of Five (Read the problems and answer the questions
*Spring into Number Word (Reading and recognizing number words in the hundreds, roll and order the dice)
*Collecting Bug Data (Look at the bugs in the jars and answer the data collection questions)
*Buggy for Math (Apply the rule at the top of each jar, write the answers)
*Spring Shopping (Look at the price of each item, color the coins needed to buy the item)
*Blooming Base Ten Count and Color (Read the numbers, color the base ten blocks to match)
*Color Word Puzzle (unscramble the color words and find them in the word search)
*Number Riddles (Read the clues to help solve the riddle)
*10 More and 10 Less (Write the number that is 10 more and 10 less in each cloud)
*Flower Power (Solve the addition and subtraction problems on each flower. Color by the code - even and odd)
*Spring into Math (solve the math problems on each lily pad. Color the correct lily pads)
*Number Circles (find the 2 numbers that equal the number in the center when added together)
*Double Digit Addition with No Regrouping
*Garden of Coins (Circle the coins needed to buy each garden item)
*Spring Spinners (Spin the coin spinners and add up the coins)
*Spring Sports (Look at the number on each player, sort and write by even and odd numbers)
*Spring into Fractions (Color the spring items according to the fraction)
*Word Problems for Spring 
*Addition or Subtraction (Color the flowers by math vocabulary)
*Buggy for Facts (cut and paste true or false)
*Data Collection (Use the chart and tally marks to answer the questions )
*Bar Graphing Insects (use the graph to help you answer the questions)
*Graphing Friends (Write the names of friends, graph the number of letters and answer the questions )
*SpringTIME (fill in the clocks)
*Spring Cleaning (Look at a group of times and decide which one does not belong- explain how the other items are similar) 
*Spring Directions (Draw the items in the boxes and write directions on how to get to the items)
*Rainy Fact Families (Complete the fact families)
*Who is the Tallest? (Read the clues and answer the questions)
*Mr. Hare's Garden (Use the grid to find where Mr. Hare planted his vegetables)
*Let's Measure (decide if the item should be measured by inches, feed or yards)
*How Long Does it Take?  (decide if each task should take minutes or hours)
*Lines of Symmetry (Finish drawing the spring times to make a symmetrical side)

You can get the 1st Grade packet here…

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1 comment:

Lori Rosenberg said...

Annie,

You always put your heart and soul into everything you create! Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us!
Lori
Teaching With Love and Laughter
luvyorkies@gmail.com

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