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First grade

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Brown Bear, Brown Bear by Eric Carle: a perennial favourite! I’m planning on laminating these and keeping a set in a box in the classroom – any time a child needs a bit of quiet time, o…

Brown Bear, Brown Bear by Eric Carle: a perennial favourite! I’m planning on laminating these and keeping a set in a box in the classroom – any time a child needs a bit of quiet time, o…

1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - October

Description 1st Grade Math and Literacy Printables - October This is a set of 25, 1st grade math and literacy printable worksheets is a No Prep, fun way to continue to enjoy fall and celebrate the month of October. All of the sheets are ready to be copied and passed out. I created them in black and white to save on ink when you're printing them out for the class. It also gives early finishers the option to color the adorable fall and Halloween themed pictures. **BUY THE FULL YEAR BUNDLE AND…

Winter math and literacy pack for first grade. Worksheets and activities with fun to practice different skills such as addition & subtraction, number sense, place value, money etc...

Winter math and literacy pack for first grade. Worksheets and activities with fun to practice different skills such as addition & subtraction, number sense, place value, money etc...

To do this worksheet students cut-out the various descriptions for kinds of weather at the bottom of the worksheet and then paste them in the correct square below the image of the weather itself–e.g. they would paste, “Sunny,” under the picture of the shining sun.

To do this worksheet students cut-out the various descriptions for kinds of weather at the bottom of the worksheet and then paste them in the correct square below the image of the weather itself–e.g. they would paste, “Sunny,” under the picture of the shining sun.