1st grade lesson plans


1st grade lesson plans

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The First Day of 1st Grade

Happy day, friends! I hope this post finds you well and loving (or about to love) your new group of friends. This year, it has taken me a few days to fall in love. My group last year was incredible and left SO high, that I am having to remember where they started. Tomorrow will be Day 5, so I wanted to take a few moments to share what Day 1 looked like in Room 134.

Preparing for THE Day

My plans are very flexible for the first few days and honestly, I always plan too much. The first weeks are all about community building and procedures. The learning will come smoothly (and eventually) if these two are in place. You can grab a copy of my first day plans here, but please know I made it to only half of it (ha!) and the times are pretty much all wrong (My OCD-ness wouldn’t allow me to just put them in a list).

Since I won’t launch Work on Writing for several weeks, I do lay out all of my materials for the few first weeks until our schedule normalizes. I love being able to grab whatever I need and easily trade something out if it’s not working or we need something else (i.e. brain breaks).

Starting Our Day

With school-start times being pushed back this year, we had a 45 minute window when students would be arriving with families. 45 minutes?!?! It’s a huge chunk of time and we definitely couldn’t color/write/read/anything for that long. So, I pulled out Crayon and Whimsy’s Ocean Animal Pattern Block mats and they were perfect! My friends loved creating ocean animals, and my new friends would trade mats when they finished. I had a few friends who weren’t interested in ocean animals, so they played with the blocks on their table. It was a *simple* and perfect way to start our day. Plus, everyone could feel successful at the activity!

After our families left (note – I had 0 criers this year!!!!!!), we learned how to clean up/push in our chairs/come to the carpet. This took one million minutes and dozens of tries. Then, I introduced our day’s “Game Plan” and taught our friends the Good-Morning song.

Our 1st Read-Aloud

Now that we were all on the carpet, we read How Will I Get to School this Year? It is a very silly book and a great way to level the playing ground. At this point in the morning, I don’t want to talk about going home because it will stress everyone out (myself included). But this simple, short book is a great way to talk about the ways we are the same. We then graphed how our friends get to school!

Practicing Common Area Procedures

Now, it’s already 9:30 and time for a bathroom break, which requires learning how to line-up, split into boys/girls, and practice bathroom procedures.

Then, as an entire 1st grade, we have dinning room procedures practice with our Assistant Principals and staff that help in the dining room (Yes, I do have duty-free lunch and it’s amazing.) Do you see our imaginary trays?

Building our Reading Stamina

Coming back from the Dinning Room, it was time to launch Read to Self and practice our reading stamina. I introduced stamina as being able to do something tough for a long time without giving up. I talked about training for a marathon and needing to practice. Just like athletes, runners need to practice, too. We made our ‘Read to Self’ t-chart and decided reading was awesome because it is (1) fun and (2) makes us better readers and writers. We also briefly introduced 2 ways to read (1) with pictures and (2) with words. At this point, I read Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, so we could practice reading the pictures!

Our Back to School shelf is also in action and my friends love having access to ‘free pick’ and read-aloud books. Before stamina-building friends are aloud to pick one of these books but cannot return it until the end of stamina. Otherwise, I would have 23 friends up, standing, and moving during reading stamina! (If you search #1stgradebookshelf on Instagram you can see lots of our weekly bookshelves.)
After creating our i-Chart, I show students their book bins. They grab their bins, place their bin on their desk, and come back to the carpet. Then, when everyone has their bin I call a few students at a time to pick their reading spot… (That’s right, I don’t choose spots unless I need to. It cuts down on time, and for the past two years, it hasn’t been a problem.)

I turn on our class timer and say, “Go!” This year we made it 1 minute and 58 seconds before stamina broke… a solid start! This graph is actually after the second day of school, but it works! You can download your own stamina graph here. (To learn more about how reading stamina works in our classroom, you can read this blog post.)

Brain Break – Math Style!

At this point, we were definitely ready for a brain break. We picked spots in the classroom where we had room to move and counted to 100 with Jack Hartman!

1st Day Pictures

Are you tired yet? At this point in the day, it was time for lunch and recess. During recess, I snagged pictures of my friends with this sign (I picked up the chalkboard at Hobby Lobby and wrote on it with paint pen…low maintenance is the way to go). The photos will go in the hallway where students hang their awesome work!

After recess, 85% percent of our time was spent preparing for dismissal and practicing dismissal. I’m really not kidding. We reviewed how all our friends were getting home, practiced lining up, and practiced walking to our dismissal spots around the school. Then, after doing this, we did a whole-school dismissal practice. Friends, dismissing is NO JOKE! Thankfully, all of the practice must have worked because ALL of my friends made it home safely (#sweetvictory).

First Day Self Portraits

We did slip in a first-day self portrait that will be the front page of our Writing Portfolios this year. I love the idea of having a year-long writing progress to show parents and Cara Carroll offered a simple way to manage them, so I’m game this year! (You may grab this page free here.)

Reflecting About Our Day

After a whole-school dismissal practice, we brainstormed what happened on our first day of 1st grade. (Note – I take a picture of this board and sent it via Remind Text to my families, so they have some talking points when their students arrive!)

Students wrote about their favorite part of the 1st day. I know it is a stretch to write sentences on the first day, but friends – I was AMAZED! All 22 of my students could write a sentence without crying. Our Kinder teachers must have rocked-it last year. Most of my friends didn’t know how to use ‘because’ (i.e. – the word ‘because’ is randomly stuck in this sentence…hehe, but everyone had a basic sentence. 🙂 Before having students put these into their home folders, I had a Speech Pathologist (who hasn’t started pulling kids yet) make a copy for me. This will be a great writing reassessment for me and a great addition to our writing portfolios. (You may grab this page here.)

Friends, the first day is definitely a whirlwind with two main goals – (1) have the children leave smiling and (2) getting the children home safely. If you think I’m kidding, I’m really not. Those two jobs alone are hard enough – ha! 🙂

With 4 days under our belts, my friends are starting to become ‘mine’ and this is a great feeling. The first few days, I always worry if I will love this group enough or as much as the last one. Every day, with every new moment, the feeling dissipates and my excitement for a new year grows.

So, tell me – how did your first day of school go?
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I officially have one more week of summer break.  Teachers meet next Monday for meetings all day, then we have our Open House/Meet the Teacher Night that evening.  Student’s first day is Tuesday.  Summer sure went fast!  I still have some work to do in my classroom, but as soon as it’s done I’ll post some pictures.  For now, I have finished my lesson plans for the first week and I’m sharing Day 1 and 2 with you along with many activities I will be doing.

One of the activities for the first day is Magic Playdoh.  I make this the weekend before by mixing 1 cup salt and 2 cups flour and 2 tablespoons cream of tartar into a saucepan.    Add 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, and 2 cups water and cook over medium heat while stirring constantly.  It will start to harden within a couple of minutes and will start to form a ball.  At this point, remove it onto a floured surface and kneed until nice and smooth.  Put it in a ziplock bag and place it in the refrigerator overnight.  The next day, roll this into individual balls.  Make an indention and put 1-2 drops of food coloring into the indention.  Close up the indention and place the ball into a Ziplock baggie.  Repeat for the number of students in your class, including extras for those that register on the first day of school. {This sounds time consuming, but it actually is pretty easy.}

Then I attach the following poem to each baggie. (I did not write this poem.)

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You can read about the Gingerbread activity that I will be completing by clicking HERE.

The next activity is reading this book.

and completing this paper.






I use these to make our first class book.

You can find The First Day of School Book HERE.

The Find a Friend Activity and the Jitter Juice activity is from Abby’s Fun with Firsties unit that I purchased from TpT.

For the All About Me bags, I share mine first and explain each item. (I usually include a blue crayon, a picture of my family, a book, a picture of a runner, and maybe something from a summer vacation.)  Afterwards, I give everyone their own bag with this paper attached.
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The next thing we do is make a “How do I get home? Graph.”  I pass out the paper and have each student cut out the picture that shows how they get home.


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 I call students to come up and place their picture on the graph that I make on the board with bulletin board paper.  We discuss which one is the most and which is the least. 
The first day is so hectic, but so much fun!  My students seem to remember the activities from the first day for the rest of the year.

Day 2

I love Diane deGroat books and this is one of my favorites for back to school.

After we read this, the students complete this page about their favorite school supply they brought to school.





  The “My School Book” and “Whooo’s Rule?” booklets are ones that I had gotten from Teacher’s Helper a couple of years ago.  The second day I do a lot of review of the rules.  Practice, practice, practice.  I try to spend a lot of time on rules and procedures during the first week of school.  It definitely saves time later in the school year.
Hopefully, I’ll get a chance to post pictures of our first days of school and I promise to post some classroom photos this week.

Источник: https://funinfirst.com/1st-and-2nd-day-of-school/
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Good morning friends! One of the most frequently asked questions I get is about lesson planning. I get asked how to do it, how much to do each day, how to organize it all, how to make sure you’re doing enough, and the questions go on and on!

While some times people prefer to be spontaneous, other times I think it’s better to have a plan to follow so things don’t get missed or left behind!

Planning ahead is especially important if you’re a new homeschooling. Having a good plan will help make your days less chaotic and stressful, while giving you the comfort of knowing you’ve done everything you need to do on a daily basis. And having a good plan will also allow you to be more flexible when something fun arises!

It’s my opinion that if we can conquer each day, then we’ll conquer each week. If we conquer each week, then we can make it through the month without getting off track. And eventually, by making it through each day, week, and month, we can finish the year strong knowing we’ve completed everything we need to do to move our child on to the next grade level with confidence!

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I always get requests for our exact lesson plans for different grade levels, and so I’m so excited to be sharing my homeschool lesson plans with you all!  And YES, I will be releasing lesson plans for more grades coming soon!

I’ve done all of the hard work of planning and organizing your day for you, all you need to do is print them out and follow along!

These plans use the exact curriculum that we’ve used for our children, and hopefully they’ll be able to help you too! Most importantly I’m hoping my pre-made homeschool lesson plans will help you save time and stress by having all of the planning done for you!

We’ve been homeschooling for over 11 years now, and as you can imagine we’ve tried just about everything. I’ve complied our favorite curriculum in these lesson plans to help make your life a little easier and enjoyable!

1stGradeLessonPlans

What is included?

My daily lesson plans include everything you need to do to complete an entire year of 1st grade homeschooling including daily assignments for 34 full weeks of homeschool. They include daily learning activities, Art, Music, Bible, English, Handwriting, Math, Phonics, Reading, Science & Geography, and spelling activities.

I know my exact curriculum may not work for all of you, so I’m also releasing an editable version for those of you who would like to use my lesson plans as a backbone, but be able to edit them to fit your own specific needs as well.

**These plans include main subjects to complete first grade with your student. That said, you’ll want to check with your local state homeschooling requirements to make sure you are following their requirements as states can vary.

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What curriculum is used?

These lesson plans utilize the resources listed below which must be purchased separately. For your convenience I have written them out in daily lesson plan format for ease of use. You can then print the assignment booklets for you and your students to use each day, and just follow along. It’s as easy as that!

Note: You will want to keep your curriculum’s teacher’s manuals handy as a more detailed guide if there are special projects or activities included.

Tips for use:

I suggest printing the lesson plans, then having them spiral bound at an office supply store. Then students can highlight activities as they’re completed. You can also print a copy for yourself if you would like!

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–>> Get my COMPLETE HOMESCHOOL DAILY LESSON PLANS for 1st Grade here!

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**PLEASE NOTE: These plans include main subjects to complete first grade level work with your student. That said, you’ll want to check with your local state homeschooling requirements to make sure you are following their requirements as states can vary.

 1st Grade / Lesson PlansИсточник: https://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2019/01/1st-grade-homeschool-lesson-plans.html
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1st grade lesson plans

Integrating Technology in First-Grade

Creative Educator lesson plans can help you provide your first-grade students with an engaging and creative approach to content learning.

Students in 1st grade needs to build strong foundations for reading, writing, and numbers. You can use these creative ideas to help them practice these essential skills and build a love of learning.

Depending on your student's abilities, you may also want to explore kindergarten and second-grade lesson plans.

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Amazing Animal Alliterations

Students will learn to create illustrations that support and reflect their writing.

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Adapt a Pattern Story

Students practice writing and illustrating as they create a page in 1st grade lesson plans class's adaptation of their favorite pattern story.

Notebook

Writing How To's

Students will write how-to stories about getting ready for school and publish them to use at home.

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Five-Star Book Reviews

In 1st grade lesson plans lesson, students think of books they have enjoyed and why they liked them. Then, they create a book review 1st grade lesson plans a card or 3D cube to help others choose books they will enjoy.

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My Favorite Relative

Students create a video that names their favorite relative and supports their opinion with reasons and examples.

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Persuade for a Pet

Students write a persuasive letter to convince their parents or teacher to get a new pet.

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Seeing Shapes

Students learn about 2-dimensional shapes and create a class book identifying these shapes around their school.

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Simple Surveys and Great Graphs

Students create and complete surveys, graph the data and share the results with an audience outside the classroom.

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Plan a 1st grade lesson plans Party

Students practice math skills, organization, and teamwork as they work as a class to plan and 1st grade lesson plans a class party.

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The Shape of Things

Students compose images from shapes, describe their composition, and create their own version of the book, The Shape of Things.

Magical Metamorphosis � Butterfly Life Cycle Stories

Butterfly Life Cycle Stories

Students explore the life cycle of a butterfly as they write and illustrate stories that show the stages of a butterfly’s metamorphosis.

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Fantastic Field Guides

In this lesson, students explore the plant and animal species where they live and design their own field guide to teach others about the species in this habitat.

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Fashion a Family Flag

In this lesson, students explore symbols in the world around them and create a flag that represents the characteristics and values of their family.

US Symbol Stories

US Symbol Stories

In this lesson, students tell the story of a US symbol from it’s perspective.

Lesson Plan: A Tour of Our Classroom

A Tour of Our Classroom

In this lesson, students apply their knowledge of locations and rules to create a tour of the classroom.

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Internet Safety Poster

In this lesson, students create a poster promoting Internet, or online, safety to raise awareness of this important issue at their school.

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Me: A Visual Essay

Students build media literacy skills as they create a visual essay to share information about themselves.

Источник: https://creativeeducator.tech4learning.com/lessons/first-grade
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1st Grade Lesson Plans

WOW is organized around scientific topics like mysterious weather and wild animals that engage children in rich conversations. These topics support rich vocabulary while simultaneously helping children learn about life sciences, biological sciences, and physical sciences. You’ll find lots of opportunities for open-ended discussions around meaningful, and engaged learning.

Each lesson plan includes six easy-to-implement topics per grade level (PreK, K, 1, 2).

Each text set includes 5 Texts, a Teacher’s Guide, 15 Picture Cards, and a Topic Poster. Additional provided resources include Home Connections, Extension Activities and Lesson Plans Strategy Notes.

Children will learn over 100 words for each topic. We have found that repeated exposure through book reading activities supports content-rich learning and improves vocabulary, conceptual knowledge, and comprehension.

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Ecology
Ecology
  • ECOLOGY is the study of how living things interact together.
  • ECOSYSTEMS are always changing.
Extreme Weather
Extreme Weather
  • EXTREME WEATHER affects living things.
  • EXTREME WEATHER forms in the atmosphere.
  • EXTREME WEATHER impacts society and ecosystems.
Habitats
Habitats
  • Living things live in certain HABITATS based on their needs.
  • Living things use their HABITATS to protect themselves.
Mysteries of Space
Mysteries of Space
  • There are many MYSTERIES OF SPACE that astronomers have only learned a little about.
  • The MYSTERIES OF SPACE affect life on Earth.
Ocean Zones
Ocean Zones
  • OCEAN ZONES are important to the life cycles of various living animals.
  • OCEAN ZONES get darker at lower depths.
  • OCEAN ZONES have higher pressure at lower depths.
Water
Water
  • Living things need WATER to survive.
  • WATER takes up most of the Earth’s surface.
  • WATER makes up most of the human body.
  • Nature recycles WATER.

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Источник: https://www.worldofwordswow.com/lesson-plans/1st-grade/
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Good morning friends! One of the most frequently asked questions I get is about lesson planning. I get asked how to do it, how much to do each day, how to organize it all, how to make sure you’re doing enough, and the questions go on and on!

While some times people prefer to be spontaneous, other times I think it’s better to have a plan to follow so things don’t get missed or left behind!

Planning ahead is especially important if you’re a new homeschooling. Having a good plan will help make your days less chaotic and stressful, while giving you the comfort of knowing you’ve done everything you need to do on a daily basis. And having a good plan will also allow you to be more flexible when something fun arises!

It’s my opinion that if we can conquer each day, then we’ll conquer each week. If we conquer each week, then we can make it through the month without getting off track. And eventually, by making it through each day, week, and month, we can finish the year strong knowing we’ve completed everything we need to do to move our child on to the next grade level with confidence!

1stGradeLessonPlans_promo

I always get requests for our exact lesson plans for different grade levels, and so I’m so excited to be sharing my homeschool lesson plans with you all!  And YES, I will be releasing lesson plans for more grades coming soon!

I’ve done all of the hard work of planning and organizing your day for you, all you need to do is print them out and follow along!

These plans use the exact curriculum that we’ve used for our children, and hopefully they’ll be able to help you too! Most importantly I’m hoping my pre-made homeschool lesson plans will help you save time and stress by having all of the planning done for you!

We’ve been homeschooling for over 11 years now, and as you can imagine we’ve tried just about everything. I’ve complied our favorite curriculum in these lesson plans to help make your life a little easier and enjoyable!

1stGradeLessonPlans

What is included?

My daily lesson plans include everything you need to do to complete an entire year of 1st grade homeschooling including daily assignments for 34 full weeks of homeschool. They include daily learning activities, Art, Music, Bible, English, Handwriting, Math, Phonics, Reading, Science & Geography, and spelling activities.

I know my exact curriculum may not work for all of you, so I’m also releasing an editable version for those of you who would like to use my lesson plans as a backbone, but be able to edit them to fit your own specific needs as well.

**These plans include main subjects to complete first grade with your student. That said, you’ll want to check with your local state homeschooling requirements to make sure you are following their requirements as states can vary.

1stGradeLessonPlans_inside

What curriculum is used?

These lesson plans utilize the resources listed below which must be purchased separately. For your convenience I have written them out in daily lesson plan format for ease of use. You can then print the assignment booklets for you and your students to use each day, and just follow along. It’s as easy as that!

Note: You will want to keep your curriculum’s teacher’s manuals handy as a more detailed guide if there are special projects or activities included.

Tips for use:

I suggest printing the lesson plans, then having them spiral bound at an office supply store. Then students can highlight activities as they’re completed. You can also print a copy for yourself if you would like!

1stGradeLessonPlans_inside2

–>> Get my COMPLETE HOMESCHOOL DAILY LESSON PLANS for 1st Grade here!

1stGradeLessonPlans_promo

**PLEASE NOTE: These plans include main subjects to complete first grade level work with your student. That said, you’ll want to check with your local state homeschooling requirements to make sure you are following their requirements as states can vary.

 1st Grade / Lesson PlansИсточник: https://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2019/01/1st-grade-homeschool-lesson-plans.html

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