Spring writing activities for 1st graders

Ready-to-Go Spring Writing Prompts

So that I'm not left scrambling for the perfect writing assignment, I've created a set of writing prompts I can choose from for each month of the school year.

In the Ice Age: Students may also not be comfortable sharing the same thoughts with a teacher as they would with a fellow classmate, making peer review invaluable in the teaching of writing. You must read to find out.

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Try combining it with a movie about growing up, such as Wide Awake, or one about not growing up, such as Peter Pan. Must be expert riders. The story begins when a scout brings his queen a strange new treasure, a crystal that appeals to her sweet tooth.

Two Bad Ants by: Inviting a local newspaper editorial writer to talk to students about the writing process also helps students gain a different perspective. Helen Lester, illustrated by: Find Worm Gets a Job at your local library.

April 12 is a great date to begin a fun reading project that has a space theme with your students. A sweetly written nostalgic book. Find La Mariposa at your local library. The Castle Corona by: After reading the first book in the series alongside my daughter, Posey had won me over and my little one was hooked.

Seen by some as a commentary on urbanization, this beautifully and simply illustrated book won the prestigious Caldecott Medal in I Knew You Could! Your child will love this bilingual Spanish and English book about a budding friendship between an English-speaking girl and a Spanish-speaking girl who meet in a park.

The characters are funny, the illustrations are like a comic book and add to the appeal of the story. Soon enough, Stellaluna learns to eat bugs and stop hanging by her feet.

These are great to read together. However, his beautiful drawings of butterflies help him win over the class bully and begin to transcend the barrier of language.Reading & Writing. Reading Worksheets. Reading Comprehension Gr. 1. The first day of spring always falls on March 19th or 20th.

Celebrate the first day of spring with this cute crown craft. Earth Day is coming on April STW has a fun collection of Earth Day worksheets, printable puzzles, and activities.

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Calendars for Kids. A talking dog, a housecleaning robot and a three-dimensional “data orb” are among the many cool features that kids might enjoy in the future, according to this lighthearted look at Spring officially begins with the Spring Equinox, although many areas have trees budding and flowers blooming earlier.

To help celebrate the arrival of this lovely season, the worksheets below are free for you to use at home or in the classroom. As students begin to experiment with other forms of writing in middle school, persuasive and argumentative writing becomes a key part of their education.

Reading Editorials Students learning to analyze and to recognize persuasive writing can get a number of examples from reading newspaper and magazine editorials. You will find some Spring and April writing prompts below that contain underlined links.

If you click on an underlined link. You will be directed to another page on Unique Teaching Resources that contains detailed lesson plan ideas and printable worksheets for those April writing prompts.; You will be directed to another website that contains useful information related to those particular.

You will find some Spring and April writing prompts below that contain underlined links. If you click on an underlined link. You will be directed to another page on Unique Teaching Resources that contains detailed lesson plan ideas and printable worksheets for those April writing prompts.; You will be directed to another website that contains useful information related to those particular.

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Spring writing activities for 1st graders
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