Each piece of candy has a number on it. This coloring math worksheet gives your child practice finding 1 more and 1 less than numbers up to Each flower has a number on it. Draw a line to connect each number on the rocketship with the number that's 10 more or 10 less. Read this story in a spooky voice!
These leveled stories , each followed by comprehension questions, are taken from our series of leveled reading workbooks ranging in difficulty from A to Z. Over 20 free short stories for kids. Each story is followed by comprehension questions focused on recalling information from the text. Each historical passage has themes and language appropriate for beginning readers, followed by questions asking the students to recall information that they have just read.
First grade is all about expanding upon developing skills your child may have picked up in kindergarten and preschool. Your first grader will gain more control over their own body and impulses and will expand their understanding of the world around him. They will also become more independent, even beginning to earnestly read on their own.
Giving students an excessive amount of homework in the early grades can turn them away from learning. It also robs young children of a chance to do other activities after doing six or more hours of academic work in the classroom. It is only when children reach sixth grade that the amount of homework that they do is directly related to how well they achieve in school. Before then, the effect of homework on achievement is almost nonexistent.