First-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Writing Sentences: School

    What is your favorite subject in school? Practice writing sentences by answering this question and more about school in this creative writing worksheet.

  • What is Photosynthesis?

    Ever wonder how the sun helps plants grow? Here is an easy way to explain the process of photosynthesis to your first grader.

  • Sentence Writing: Animals

    What is your favorite animal? Answer this question and many more in this creative writing worksheet in which first graders can practice writing sentences.

  • Wintertime Writing Prompt

    How do you know when it's wintertime? Have your child complete this winter writing prompt to exercise writing skills and reinforce seasonal knowledge.

  • Today I Read

    What do you think of your book? Write an opinion and back it up with this worksheet.

  • Label the Continents

    Does your little one know the different continents? Help her cut and paste the continent names onto this colorful world map.

  • Sentence Writing: Feelings

    How do you feel when you're with your friends and family? Answer this question and more about feelings by filling in the blanks to complete the sentences.

  • Writing Sentences: Food

    What do you like to eat on your birthday? Answer this question and more in this creative writing worksheet that allows you to practice sentence writing.

  • Directions: North, South, East or West?

    Give your beginning geography student some practice finding north, south, east and west on a map of the U.S.!

  • Write About the Weather

    There's no better way to get your kid thinking about the weather than by having him write about it. Kids write a sentence about the weather in each picture.

  • Making Connections in Reading

    Show your child the benefits of making connections with the characters in a story with this introspective worksheet.

  • Hot Chocolate Writing Prompt

    There's nothing better than a mug of hot chocolate! Your child can work on his writing skills as he describes how to make a great cup of cocoa.

  • Winter Writing For Kids

    Here are a few ways to help your first grader think about winter, by doing a little writing and drawing about the season.

  • Story Starters: What's Going On?

    This laugh-out-loud worksheet is sure to inspire your first grader to write a silly story.

  • Rain Writing Prompt

    What's your favorite thing about the rain? This rain writing prompt gets your child to use his powers of description to write about what happens on rainy days.

  • Sentence Writing: Winter

    What foods do you like to eat in the winter? Answer this question and more with this writing exercise that allows you to practice sentence writing.

  • Sentence Writing: Music

    What do you like to do when you listen to music? Practice writing sentences by answering this question and more about music in this creative writing worksheet.

  • Sentence Writing: Home

    What is your favorite hiding place at home? Practice writing sentences by filling in the blanks to answer questions about home.

  • What Will Happen Next?

    Explore story sense with your young reader. First, read the astronaut's story. Then, let your imagination tell what will happen next!

  • Writing Sentences: Friends

    What is one thing that makes a good friend? Answer this question and more about friends in this worksheet by filling in the blanks to complete the sentences.

  • Parts of a Letter

    Help your first grader learn about the different parts of a letter and the lost art of letter writing with this simple how-to worksheet.

  • Sight Words, Right Words

    As students begin the task of writing their narratives, this fun worksheet encourages them to remember to spell these common sight words correctly.

  • Writing Prompt: Rainy Day

    It's raining, it's pouring... This cute and colorful printable gets her thinking about her favorite rainy day activities.

  • Dinosaur Writing Prompt

    Make writing fun with this dinosaur writing prompt, perfect for kids who are fascinated by the prehistoric world.