Week 11 Reading Comprehension (A-11). Focus: Words in the –ob family.
1st Grade CCSS: Reading: Foundational Skills
For first graders, this Common Core area helps students gain mastery of the concepts of print, the alphabet, and the basic conventions of the written English language. Among the complete standards for this grade, first graders will be asked to: demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print, recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence, distinguish long from short vowel sounds in spoken single-syllable words, know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words, decode two-syllable words following basic patterns by breaking the words into syllables, recognize and read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words, read grade-level text, use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding.
Make new words by adding a letter to the beginning of existing words! Helps to develop phonological awareness.
“In this beginning sounds worksheet, students practice the primary sounds of the
letters A, B, C and D and write the first letter of the word that matches the fun picture. “
In this beginning sounds phonics worksheet, students practice the primary sounds of the letters E, F, G and H and write the first letter of the word that matches the fun picture.
With this beginning sounds worksheet your student will practice the primary sounds of the letters I, J, K and L by writing the first letter for a word that matches the picture.
Students will have fun completing the words that match the charming pictures in this beginning sounds worksheet. She’ll also be practicing the primary sounds for M, N, O and P!
A beginning sounds worksheet where students practice the primary sounds of Q, R,S, and T by matching the first letter of words to the pictures.
U, V, W and Z are at the very end of the alphabet, but they are important beginning sounds for students to learn! In this beginning sounds worksheet, he’ll write the first letter of the word that matches the picture.
This Christmas activity will help your students in learning how to find a vowel by using names on a Christmas stocking!
Celebrate as you practice letter sounds with this Christmas Activity on the long o sound. Students will be asked to color the spaces with words that have a long o sound red, and the spaces with words that have a short o sound any color they like.
Celebrate as you practice letter sounds with this Christmas Activity on the short o sound. Students will be asked to color the spaces with words that have a short o sound red, and the spaces with words that have a long o sound any color they like.
Each space has a holiday word written on it. Students will be asked to color each word with a different color. For example, color the spaces with ‘tree’ green, ‘candle’ grey, ‘elf’ blue, and so on. You’ll be surprised to find a fun ‘Ho Ho Ho!’ illustration when all the spaces are colored!
In this Halloween Activity, color the word ‘scary’ with yellow, ‘ghost’ with blue, ‘bat’ with green, and so on. Once students are done coloring, they will find that they have revealed the word ‘BOO!’ Ideal for 1st-3rd Grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Students will be asked to color the shapes with words which have a long u sound black, color the shapes which have a long a sound green, and color the shapes which have a long o sound red. Students can color the other shapes any other color they like. This Kwanzaa worksheet on vowels is ideal for K – 2nd grade students, but can be used where appropriate.
On this printable activity, students will color each of the spaces with a New Year’s Day word a different color. For example, year = yellow, new = green, day = purple, and so on. When students have finished coloring, they will find they have revealed a secret message hidden in the picture!
Young readers discover consonant blends are quite common in this worksheet.
Learn to identify consonant blends with this worksheet!
This printable learning resource comes with 24 classroom activities on consonant blends and digraphs covering 24 unique letter combinations, such as CH and TW. Made easy to print, this set of worksheets is the perfect resource for parents and teachers to use at home or in the classroom.
Here you will find a Consonant Blends and Digraphs List Printable Chart that is a perfect resource for your students to have. It is easy to print, making it a great learning resource for parents and teachers to use both at home or in the classroom!
Students use the blended consonants “br” to create words and develop phonological awareness.