Use this printable booklet to introduce children to the inspiring story of Katherine Johnson, a barrier-breaking NASA mathematician, while building their vocabulary and boosting reading and writing skills.
This printable booklet is a great way to help kindergarteners and first graders learn facts about Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize. Each nine page worksheet produces two half-page booklets.
Help students prepare for reader’s workshop by picking books to read independently. Students will choose three books that look appealing and read one page. If there are five or less words that are tricky to read, they've found a book that is just right!
As students learn to read independently, they’ll undoubtedly run into words they have trouble decoding. This worksheet helps students to reflect on the tricky words they run into and how they can decode them.
Learning how to figure out the trickier words is an essential tool for readers of all levels. This fun worksheet helps students practice using context clues and pictures to decode tricky words and improve their reading fluency skills.
Get into the fall spirit with this fun worksheet that lets kids practice reading and writing Halloween sentences using first grade sight words. Students will use the picture clues and word choices to help them complete the sentences.
Use this Halloween story starter to encourage your child to hone their creative writing skills and write imaginative tales all about this beloved fall holiday! This worksheet includes a place for young authors to write and illustrate their story.
As students read independently, they’ll run into words they have trouble decoding. Have your kids cut out these fun “tricky word” bookmarks to help them to recognize and record these words so that they can practice decoding them!
As students practice reading independently, they’ll run into tricky words. Help them learn how to identify which books are “just right” for their reading level by recording how many tricky words they run into.
"The witch was on her broom with her..." Where will your child take the story from here? This Halloween story starter is a great way to get your first grader's wheels turning and creative juices flowing.