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1st Grade
Writing




Reading
Great Website for Early Literacy





Reading Street
Kindergarten Review














Unit 1.1 Sam Come Back












Unit 1.2 Pig in a Wig








Short I Activities



Unit 1.3 The Big Blue Ox Sequence upper and lower case letters








Unit 1.4 Fox and a Kit









Unit 1.5 Get the Egg!!!








Unit 1.6 Animal Park









Unit 2 Story 1 A Big Fish for Max







Unit 2 Story 2 The Farmer in the Hat







Who Works Here









The Big Circle




Life in the Forest




Honey Bees





An Egg is an Egg






2nd Quarter EQT Review Green Group Site word practice

Ruby in Her Own Time


Jan's New Home

Frog and Toad



I'm a Caterpillar



Where are my Animal Friends?








Unit 4Mama's Birthday Present

The Dot





Mister Bones





The Lady in the Moon







Peter's Chair





Henry and Mudge

Unit 5
Tippy Toe Chick Go!






Mole and Baby Bird








Dot and Jabber
Simple Machines


Alexander Graham Bell






Ben Franklin and his Kite

Parts of a Book




1.) Demonstrate phonemic awareness, including isolating, deleting, and adding phonemes; using onsets and rimes; and identifying initial, medial, and final sounds in one-syllable words.



2.) Utilize predictable letter-sound relationships to decode printed words, including words with consonant blends that require blending 3-4 phonemes into a whole word.

3.) Demonstrate vocabulary skills, including sorting words into categories and deriving word meaning from context within sentences and paragraphs


4.) Read with comprehension a variety of first-grade narrative and informational texts, including recalling information and retelling a story with beginning, middle, and end.
5.) Read with fluency simple passages containing simple sentences.
6.) Recognize a variety of narrative text forms, including fairy tales, adventure stories, and poetry.
7.) Use the basic features of informational text to distinguish fact from fiction.
8.) Use complete sentences to address a topic or tell a story.
9.) Use periods at the end of sentences and capitalization at the beginning of sentences and with the pronoun I.
10.) Use a word that names a person, place, thing, or animal as the subject of a sentence.
11.) Exhibit proper letter formation, spacing, and letter-line placement in words and sentences.
12.) Collect information from print and nonprint resources to investigate a teacher- or student-selected topic.
13.) Listen for meaning in conversations and discussions, including looking at the speaker without interrupting
14.) Use appropriate intonation when speaking and interacting with others.