First-grade - Ela concepts

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  • Fun with Alliteration

    Aren't alliterations awesome? Have a little phonics fun by finishing these alliterations.

  • Compound Word Coloring

    This worksheet will help children identify compound words, by asking them to color-code the words on the page.

  • Back to School Word Search

    Get into the scholarly spirit by completing this back to school word search! Have your child find the words, circle them, and cross them off the list.

  • Vocabulary Practice Test

    Help your first grader prepare for her next spelling test with this vocabulary practice test.

  • Compound Words Quiz

    Does your little reader know how to identify a compound word? Give her a challenge with this fill-in-the-bubble style quiz.

  • Compound Words: One Word from Two

    This worksheet will teach your child how to scrunch two words together to get one compound word.

  • Playground Word Search

    Stuck inside on a rainy day? Prepare for sunny days ahead with this playground word search.

  • Computer Word Search

    Though your child may know more about computers than you do, give him a fun activity where he can learn computer-themed words with a word search!

  • Past Tense Verb Practice

    Adding -ed to a verb changes it from present to past tense. Help students understand the difference between past and present tense through this writing activity.

  • Syllables Quiz

    Practice clapping out the beats in each word with this syllables quiz. Say each word out loud to help you identify the syllables.

  • Syllable Count

    Counting syllables is an important way for kids to see how words work! Practice counting the beats in these sight words.

  • What's Up with This Poem

    Help students analyze the words and form of a poem with this fun worksheet.

  • Two Syllable Words

    Break down words to their very core by counting up syllables! This exercise focuses on two-syllable words that have a double consonant.

  • Football Word Search

    This football-themed word search is a great way to help score a touchdown in spelling and sports vocabulary!

  • What Does -ed Say?

    Adding “ed” to the end of a word can make three different sounds (t, d, and ed). Help students understand the different sounds through this sorting activity.

  • Putting Words Together

    In this worksheet, your child will explore this definition, by putting pairs of words together to make common compound words.

  • Words That Begin with "B"

    Help your beginning reader strengthen her vocabulary by matching pictures to words and completing fill-in-the-blank sentences.

  • Parts of a Computer

    If your kid doesn't already know the parts of a computer like the back of his hand, give him a fun review with this cut-and-paste sight words activity.

  • Parts of a Plant Activity

    Teach your little one a few new sight words that are all about household items. This activity will help her learn the different parts of a plant.

  • Sentence Mash Up

    Students will put mixed-up sentences back together and figure out what words create the best sentences.

  • Plural Noun Sort

    Help students see the connection between plural Y endings and present tense endings for verbs ending in Y. Use this worksheet to practice!

  • Plural Nouns: Changing Up the Y

    Students learn how to make the plural form of words that end with y.

  • Words that Start with "G"

    Using sight words, help your beginning reader master words that start with the letter "G". She'll be strengthening her vocabulary by matching pictures to words.

  • My Day at School

    This word puzzle asks students to fill in the blanks to create a story with their own unique twist.