First-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Get into Grammar: Fill in the Verb

    Here's a fill-in-the-blank worksheet to help your first grader get acquainted with verbs, words that describe the action in the sentence.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Words That Begin with "E"

    Using sight words, help your beginning reader master words that start with the letter "E". She will strengthen her vocabulary by matching pictures to words.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Playful Pig Sentence Building

    Oink oink! What is this playful pig saying? Build sentences with words inspired by this picture of a pig rolling in mud.

  • What is an Adjective?

    What is an adjective? Discover the power of describing words with this fun introductory worksheet.

  • Fill-in a Funny Story #5

    This funny, fill-in-the-blank story lets your first grader get a handle on words, while keeping her entertained.

  • Preposition Sentence Examples

    Multiple choice questions cut to the chase with 10 fill-in-the blank preposition sentence examples.

  • Beginning Grammar: Nouns and Verbs

    Help your new writer learn the difference between nouns and verbs with this complete-the-sentence worksheet.

  • Subject Verb Agreement Quiz

    Every subject needs to agree with its verb! Help your child review basic sentence grammar with this quick quiz.

  • Beginning Grammar: Parts of a Sentence

    Introduce your new writer to simple grammar concepts like the parts of a sentence with this helpful worksheet.

  • Special Plural Nouns

    Help your first grader learn special plurals like men and geese by having her practice writing their plural forms.

  • 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.

  • Get into Grammar: Singular or Plural Nouns?

    Often, a noun becomes plural when it has an "s" at the end, but that's not always the case! This worksheet gives your first grader practice.

  • Parts of Speech Quiz

    Review basic parts of speech with your young learner. This quiz-style format is great preparation for standardized testing.

  • Bow Wow: Let's Make a Sentence!

    Help your first grader build his reading and writing skills with this beginner's writing worksheet. Rearrange the jumbled words to make a complete sentence.

  • Practice Test: Writing Mechanics

    Challenge your first grader's command of grammar rules with this printable quiz that asks him to select the sentence that's written incorrectly.

  • 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.

  • Beginning Grammar: Building Sentences

    First graders build their grammar and sentence skills by practicing completing sentences with a "naming part" (subject) or "action part" (predicate).

  • Complete Sentences

    Mix and match nouns, verbs, pronouns and more to make a deliciously different stew of complete sentences.

  • 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.