Activities for 1st graders
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Teach children strategies for adding and subtracting, build math fact fluency, solve word problems, and play math activities and games. A FREE addition equation sort is included!
Janet Ollivierre saved to teachers unite
This 30 Day Science Activity Planner is an excellent resource for fun and easy science experiments for kids to do at home. Make sure you grab the printable science activity plan! These science activities and demonstrations are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and 1st graders. All kids can learn from participating in these learning activities. Great for homeschool and preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school classrooms.
These 5 fun 3D shapes activities for kindergarten are a great way for students to learn about shape attributes while having a blast.
Huma Kazmi saved to fun time
I love to see how excited 1st Grade students get over working with money. This unit is loaded with hands-on and engaging math centers that help students
Shadhin Rasheed saved to Teaching Resources
Learn how to make a kaleidoscope in this fun STEM/science activity and craft for kids. It’s such a fun way to explore light, reflections, and symmetry! Follow our Science for Kids Pinterest board! *This post was originally published 2/2/16 and has since been updated. Last week I made these super fun kaleidoscopes with my …
Sharon Gorman saved to Sharon Gorman
Does your elementary classroom love to play with pop-it toys? What if I told you there is a way to include pop-it in the classroom for a math lesson? Today, I talk all about how you can change this children’s toy into a fun math game for your 1st graders. Some of my pop-it classroom ideas include a number formation activity, a hands-on activity for counting practice, and for some extra practice learning addition and subtraction. Read my entire blog post for how to use pop-its in the…
Rae Lynn saved to Funschooling
Oobleck is super easy and quick to make. I would read the Dr. Seuss book to the whole class and then each table/small group would be given the ingredients (water & corn starch) to make the oobleck and experiment with it, trying to make the perfect consistency. Every group would then share to the class what their oobleck was like and how they made it. **pinned by me!
Annie Murphy saved to ECE Science
These STEM activities for 1st grade are the perfect place to find first grade STEM lesson plans that you can use in the classroom or at home!
Helen Ramos saved to Camp ideas
Time to ditch the morning work and start social time! My students are much happier now that they have an opportunity to socialize and do fun morning tub activities.
Lori Forman Nelson saved to school ideas
A teaching blog full of tips and resources for your classroom.
Jen Domagalski saved to The Teacher in Me