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Using this Getting Down with Proper Nouns Activity, students match and using common and proper nouns pairs to build an understanding of the two types of nouns.
Using this Silly Stories Story Starters, students choose a Character, Setting and Plot from the picture and word cards to write or tell a story about the fun and unique combination.
Using Snowman Contractions Activity, students match two word phrase cards (I cannot) to contractions cards (I can't) in order to use contractions in their writing.
Using this Wants Needs Reading Response Worksheet, students read Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday to build their understanding of wants and needs.
Using Contractions Activity, students match two word phrase cards (I cannot) to contractions cards (I can't) in order to use contractions in their writing.
Using Adding Details to Your Story Activity, students give a description and then add detail to the story by responding to questions and peer suggestions to inspire a longer writing piece.
Using this Complete Sentences with Subject and Predicate Activity, students match subjects and predicates to create sentences with complete ideas.
Using these Story Starters, students choose a Character, Setting and Plot from the picture and word cards to write or tell a story about the fun and unique combination.
Using Are We There Yet Asking Sentences Activity, students practice reading question and declarative sentences with correctly fluency and intonation.
Using Share Your Opinion About Your Favorite Book Activity, students write opinion pieces in which they state an opinion about the book and supply reasons that support the opinion.
Using Back to School Adjective Writing Activity, students write about the first day of school to including details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings.
Using Earth Day Writing Activity, students brainstorm the sequence of events of a growing seed, then publish using them Earth Day themed writing.
Using Fun With Poetry Activity, students read prose and poetry of appropriate complexity for grade 1. to build reading comprehension skills.
Using this Under the Sea Writing Activity, students use the ocean themed graphic organizers, story starters, sequencing worksheets, mind maps, and ocean themed writing paper to create ocean themed stories.
Using Strengthen Your Writing Revision and Editing Activity, students develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.
Using this Tell Us About it Expository Writing Activity, students write informative texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
Using What Do You Think Opinion Writing Activity, students write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.
Using the Tell the Group Speaking and Listening Activity, students report on a topic or text, tell a story, or recount an experience with appropriate facts and relevant.