First-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Fix the Sentences: Dog Days

    Kids rewrite incorrect sentences to gain practice with sentence structure, capitalization, and punctuation on this first grade reading and writing worksheet.

  • Fix the Sentences: Kitty Cat

    Kids rewrite incorrect sentences to gain practice with sentence structure, capitalization, and punctuation on this first grade reading and writing worksheet.

  • Early Reading Building Block 10: Print Concepts

    This fun series of worksheets guides your kid through concepts like how to turn a page, which direction to read, and the difference between letters and words.

  • Writing Ideas

    It's time to brainstorm! Use this worksheet to help budding writers generate a list of ideas and topics for future stories, as well as give students a chance to practice their letter and word spacing.

  • Story Match Up

    Help students see how different parts of books work together in this fun matching activity. Students find the front covers, back covers, and title pages that go with the same books.

  • Your Favorite Book

    Kids share their favorite books and practice comprehension in this worksheet.

  • Library Exploration

    Kids explore the library for new texts with this reading worksheet.

  • Story Scavenger Hunt

    The hunt is on! Engage students in learning about parts of books through this fun scavenger hunt activity. Students find and record each part of the book that they find, building print awareness and key literacy skills.

  • Anatomy of a Book

    What are all the parts of a book? In this activity, students practice identifying and naming front covers, back covers, and title pages.

  • Plan Your Masterpiece

    Help students learn about front covers, back covers, and title pages through this imaginative activity. You might even find you have the next literary genius sitting before you, waiting to unleash their masterpiece!

  • The Best Book You Could Imagine

    Students become authors as they dream up the best book ever with this worksheet.

  • Which Book Would You Choose?

    Motivate kids to read by learning about their favorite book genres.

  • Show Me Your Stories

    Kids will love sharing about their lives as much as you'll love learning more about them! Through this creative activity, students share stories while learning how front covers give previews of books.