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.

  • Proper Punctuation

    Help your child with his grammar skills with this printable worksheet that focuses on using end punctuation.

  • 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.

  • Writing Questions

    Kids often know what a question sounds like, but knowing what a question looks like in writing can be a little tricky.

  • Question or Statement?

    Knowing the difference between a question and a statement can even trip up adults!

  • Punctuation Mark Exercises

    Help your first grader get a handle on punctuation with this colorful punctuation fill-in.

  • Basic Punctuation

    Budding writers can master their basic punctuation with this worksheet. These sentences are missing ending punctuation marks.

  • January 2018 Calendar: Days and Dates

    Start 2018 off right! Introduce students to the concept of calendars and offer some useful hands-on practice in identifying and writing dates.

  • Punctuation: In the Lunch Room

    Help the students enjoy their meals by writing the correct punctuation at the end of each sentence.

  • Practice Test: Compound Words and Contractions

    Help your first grader review compound words and contractions with this printable quiz.

  • Punctuation: In the Garden

    Use this fun plant-themed worksheet to help teach basic punctuation

  • Punctuation Marks

    Can your first grader read Susie's letter from summer camp, and then add in the correct punctuation marks?

  • Sentence Superstar!

    Flex your first grader's writing skills with this wacky worksheet, which contains sentences that need a capital letter and period to make them complete.

  • Question Mark Coloring Page

    Can your first grader find all the question marks lost in the farm and corral them to safety?

  • Use of Punctuation Marks

    Can your first grader read Joey's passage about summer camp, and then add in the appropriate punctuation marks?

  • Beginning Grammar: Contractions

    Dive into contractions with this worksheet that asks kids to complete each sentence with the proper contraction.

  • Questions

    Teach your first grader the proper way to write a sentence with this simple question worksheet.

  • Get into Grammar: Contractions

    Help your child ease into grammar with a quick look at contractions: words formed by leaving out and combining sounds in a phrase.

  • Basic Punctuation #2

    Encourage your beginning writer to identify and use the different ending punctuation marks with this practice sheet.

  • Polish the Personal Narrative

    I spy a typo! Students will get to put on their copy editing hats in this fun worksheet. By looking closely at the sample narratives, students check for correct ending punctuation and capitalization.

  • Punctuation Symbols

    Help your first grader get a handle on punctuation marks with this fun and colorful match-up.

  • Writing Questions: Halloween

    Familiarize your student with the differences between questions and statements in this Halloween-themed worksheet.

  • The Punctuation is Missing!

    Uh-oh! The punctuation has gone missing, and we need your students' help editing these personal narratives! By looking closely at a punctuation-less narrative, students practice using correct end punctuation in this fun worksheet.

  • Statements and Questions: Halloween Edition

    This worksheet helps students know the difference between statements and questions, in spooky fashion for Halloween.