The spring reading, writing, and math activities are appropriate for first grade and second grade, depending on student skill level. All of the student sheets are provided in both color and black/white.
Reading & Writing
- Syllable Count – Determine if the word has one, two or three syllables and record the answer on the student sheet in the appropriate column.
- Springtime True or False? – Determine if the sentence is true or false. Cut out the sentences and glue on recording sheet in either the true or false column.
- Spring Cross Out – Cross out the word in each line that doesn’t belong. Use some of the words to write three sentences about Spring.
- Help Ladybug Get Home! – Make a path by coloring in the squares with long vowel sounds to help Ladybug get back to the garden.
- Spring Sentence Scramble – Unscramble five different sentences on cards and record the sentence on the student sheet.
- Spring List It! – Think of a spring word for each letter of the alphabet.
- Noun or Verb? – Sort the cards into two piles (nouns and verbs) and record on student answer sheet.
- Sight Word ABC Order – Each card has five words from Fry’s First 100 Words and the beginning of Fry’s Second 100 Words. Students record the card number on the student answer sheet and write the five words in ABC order.
- Addition and Subtraction Story Problems (w/out regrouping) – Read the story problem on the activity card and determine if they need to add or subtract. Solve the problem and record their answers on the recording sheet. Answer cards are also included if the teacher would like to make them available so students can check for their answer.
- Fact Families – Solve the fact families on the center cards and record the answers on the student sheet. Fact families included: 1-2-3, 2-3-5, 3-4-7, 4-2-6, 5-3-8, 5-4-9, 7-3-10, 9-2-11, 7-1-8, 4-8-12, 4-6-10, 2-5-7, 2-7-9, 2-8-10, 4-7-11, 3-6-9, 3-8-11, 3-9-12, 1-1-2, 2-2-4. 3-3-6, 4-4-8, 5-5-10, 6-6-12, 7-7-14, 8-8-16, 9-9-18, 10-10-20. Recording sheets come in both triple digit and double digit format.
- Adding Change –Count the total change pictured on the activity cards. Record the answers on the student sheet. Answer cards are also provided if the teacher would like to make them available.
- Least to Greatest – List the five numbers of the activity card from least to greatest on their recording sheet.
- I Have, Who Has? Time Cards – Play a game to reinforce time reading skills. There are 32 cards that cover hour, half hour and quarter hour.
- 1 More and 1 Less – Record the answer of one more and one less.
- 10 More and 10 Less – Determine the answer for ten more and ten less and record on sheet.
- Fill in the Missing Numbers – Fill in the 1-120 grid with the missing numbers.
- Three Digit Addition – Add three digits to determine total.
- Addition – Complete double digit addition problems without regrouping.
- Missing Addend – Determine the missing addend.