Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade
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*Diphthongs: oi and oy- Use the word bank to box up the words. Use the words in the sentences.
*R-Controlled Vowels- (ar and or) -Color the words by the color code. Use the word bank to box up the words.
*R-Controlled Vowels- (er and ir) -Color the words by the color code. Use the word bank to box up the words.
*”OO” Sounds- Color the words by the color code. Use the word bank to box up the words.
*Compound Words I- Use a word from each word bank to make a compound word. Write the words in the boxes.
*Compound Words II- Use a word from each word bank to make a compound word. Write the words in the boxes.
*Nouns- Use the nouns in the word bank to complete the sentences by boxes them up. Sort the words by person, place or thing.
*Spring Word Search- Find the spring words in the word search.
*Finding Information- Look at the titles of the three books. Decide which book you would use to find the different information.
*ABC Order- Cut and paste the word in ABC order.
*ABC Order and Grammar Check- Write the words from the Word Bank in ABC order and then color the words according to their part of speech: nouns, verbs and adjectives.
*Find the Grammar- Find the hidden grammar in the pictures. Write the part of speech in the correct columns: adjectives, verbs and adverbs.
*Grammar Spin and Color: Spin a part of speech with a paper clip and pencil. Color the bunny that has that part of speech.
*Long and Short Vowels0 Read the words on the clouds and sort them to the correct spots.
*Calendar Time- Fill in the April Calendar according to the directions.
*Comprehension Check- Read the short stories and answer the questions.
*Summarize- Read the story and complete the story map.
*Facts and Opinions about Spring- Write 5 facts and 5 opinions about Spring.
*Facts and Opinions about Spring- Write 5 facts and 5 opinions about Famers.
*Main Idea and Details I- Read the main idea. Look at the pictures and write details to support the main idea.
*Main Idea and Details II- Read the main idea. Look at the pictures and write details to support the main idea.
*Graphing Data- Use the data to graph each item. Answer the questions.
*Friendly Letter: Fix the Mistakes- Read the friendly letter and fix the mistakes.
*Word Problems- use the price information to answer the questions.
*Roll, Add and Color (Adding 3 Addends)- Roll 3 dice, add the numbers and color the picture.
*Adding to 20- Use the bug ket to solve the addition problems.
*Missing Addends- Go around the square (add or subtract according to the sign) and write the missing addends.
*Number Bonds- Complete each number bond.
*Fractions- Cut and paste the flower that matches the number word.
*True or False Addition- Decide if the problems are true or false. Circle the correct answer.
*Time to the Half Hour- Draw hands to show the correct time.
*Time to the Half Hour II – Draw hands to show the correct time.
*Time to the Hour- Draw hands to show the correct time.
*Double Digit Domino Addition (No Regrouping)-fill in the missing dots on the dominos to make the sums true.
*Double Digit Addition (No Regrouping) – Solve the problems. Color an egg that matches the sum.
*Double Digit Addition (No Regrouping)- Solve the math problems on the nest. Cut and paste a bird that matches (even or odd).
Money: Counting Coins- Look at the price of the item. Color the coins needed to buy the item. Write how much change is left over.
*Even and Odd Sums (Addition up to 20)- Solve the problems on the lily pads. Cut and paste them to the correct frog. (even or odd)
*Even and Odd Sums (Subtraction up to 20)- Solve the problems on the lily pads. Cut and paste them to the correct frog. (even or odd)
*Shape Attributes- Look at the shape and answer the questions. Divide the shape into the give fraction.
*2-D Shapes (Adding 3 Addends) – Look at each set of shapes. Use the key to add up how much each shape is worth.
*1 More, 10 More, 1 Less, 10 Less- Read the number word in the middle. Write 1 more, 10 more, 1 less and 10 less for each number.
*Balancing Equations- Use the numbers to write 2 sets of equations that are equal.
*Addition to 20 Set 1- Solve the problems. Cut and paste the answer to the correct bunny.
*Addition to 20 Set 2- Solve the problems. Cut and paste the answer to the correct chick.
*Word Problems with an Unknown Addend- Solve the word problems and show your work.
*Roll and Compare- Roll 3 dice. Write the largest number you can make for roll 1. Roll again. Write the largest number for roll 2. Compare the numbers with <,> or =. Greater than, Less Than, or Equal to. April NO PREP Packet (2nd Grade)
This packet includes the following resources:
*Parts of a Plant- Use the word bank to label different parts of the flower.
*Homophones: Use the word bank to write the correct homophone. Fill in the sentences with the correct words.
*Idioms: Figures of Speech- Write what you think the underlined idiom means.
*Singular and Plural Pronouns- Read each sentence, replace the noun with the correct pronoun.
*Prefixes: Fill in the correct word using the prefix re, un or dis.
*Suffixes: Fill in the correct word using the suffix -ly, -ful or -less.
*Adjectives: Look at the picture in the boxes and write two adjectives that could describe each picture.
*Verbs: Look at the picture in the boxes and write a verb that tells what the person is doing.
*Long a Vowel Scramble: Use the words in the word bank to unscramble the words. Write the correct word under each chick.
*Long e Vowel Scramble: Use the words in the word bank to unscramble the words. Write the correct word under each basket.
*Long a Vowel Scramble: Use the words in the word bank to unscramble the words. Write the correct word under each pot.
*Long a Vowel Scramble: Use the words in the word bank to unscramble the words. Write the correct word under each cloud.
*Long a Vowel Scramble: Use the words in the word bank to unscramble the words. Write the correct word under each recycling sign.
*Author’s Purpose- Cut and paste the genre of each book to the correct category.
*Coordinating Conjunctions: Read the two sentences and combine them using the correct conjunction.
*Antonym Word Search- Read the clues below. Write the opposite and find the word in the word search.
*Earth Day Word Search and ABC Order- Use the words in the word bank to create your own word search. Have a friend find the words. Write the words in ABC order.
*Making New Words With Jelly Beans- Cut out the letter tiles at the bottom of the page. Use the tiles to make as many words as you can.
*Time: Read and Sequence- Planting a Garden- The events are out of order. Put them in order 1-6 and rewrite the sentences on the lines below.
*Main Idea and Details I- Read the Main Idea: There are many ways to help the environment. Use the picture to help write supporting deals.
*Supporting Details I- Read the topic sentence. Use the pictures to help you write supporting details that relate to the topic sentence. (Planting and tending to a garden can be a lot of work).
*Supporting Details II- Read the topic sentence. Use the pictures to help you write supporting details that relate to the topic sentence. (There are many fun things to do in spring).
*Making Inference: Use the sentences and picture clues to help you make an inference. What can you infer?
*Adjectives and Verbs: Write a Riddle I- Use adjectives and verbs to write a riddle for the animals below. Have a friend cut and paste the correct pictures to your riddles.
*Adjectives and Verbs: Write a Riddle II- Use adjectives and verbs to write a riddle for the insects below. Have a friend cut and paste the correct pictures to your riddles.
*Weight: More or Less than a Pound? Decide if the items weigh more or less than a pound. Color by the color code.
*Measurement: Inches or Feet? Decide if you would measure each item by inches or feet. Color by the color code.
*Time: Read and Sequence- Daily Schedule- Look at the events of the daily routine. Put them in correct order by writing the routine next to the most logical time.
*Arrays for Multiplication I- Circle equal groups for each set. Write the repeated addition and multiplication problem.
*Arrays for Multiplication II- Draw dots to show the multiplication problem. Write the addition and multiplication problem for each set.
* Arrays: Cut and Paste to Match- Cut and pete the flower the matches the correct array. Write the product on the flower.
*Fractions: Cut and Paste to Match- Cut and paste the flower that matches each shaded fraction.
*Multiplication Sets- Write a multiplication problem for each set of flowers. (multiples of 3)
*Multiplication by 2’s (Doubles)- Solve the multiplication problems as fast as you can.
*Color by Multiplication- Solve the multiplication facts and color by the product color code.
*Complex Number Patterns- Write the next 3 numbers for each pattern. Write the rule for the pattern. Part 2: Follow the rule to write the next 5 numbers.
*Graphing: Creating a Line Plot- Follow the directions by using the given information to create a line plot.
*Time: 5 Minute Increments- Draw hands to show the correct times on each clock.
*Two Step Word Problems with Money- Solve the 2 Step word problems and write how much change is left over.
*Map Skills – Location on a Grid- Use the map and key to complete the grid and answer the questions.
*3 Digit Addition and Subtraction with Regrouping- Solve the math problems on the eggs. Color a chick that matches the sum or difference.
*Money: Counting Coins- Find 6 different ways to spend up to 98 cents in gardening supplies.
*Color by Fraction I – Use the fraction color code to color the picture.
*Color by Fraction II – Use the fraction color code to color the picture.
*Adding 3 Sets of Numbers- Solve the math problems on the peeps by adding three 2 digit numbers. Color a peep in the box that matches the sum.Here are a few of the 2nd Grade resources in action…
April NO PREP Packet (3rd Grade)
*Comparing Fractions (true or false)
*Fractions: Number Line and Equivalent Fractions
*Fractions on a Number Line
*Measurement and Line Plots I (nearest inch)
*Measurement and Line Plots II (nearest 1/2 inch)
*Measurement and Line Plots III (nearest 1/4 inch)
*Multi-step Word Problems (2-Step)
*Multi-step Word Problems (3-Step)
*Units of Time
*Bar Graph Analysis
*Division: Missing Numbers
*Division: True or False
*Money: Problem Solving
*Guide Words Set 1
*Guide Words Set 2
*Paragraphs that Stick to the Topic
*Parts of Speech
*Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns
*Synonyms and Antonyms
*Spin and Write Descriptive Sentences
*Interjection Word Search
*Synonyms, Antonyms and Homophones
*Adverbs Crossword Puzzle
*Irregular Past Tense Verbs
*Write about Earth Day
*The Life Cycle of a Frog
April Journal Prompts for Beginning/Struggling Writers
Included on each journal prompt:
*I Can Statements with text and visual support to remind students to:
-use finger spacing between words
-sound out and spell words
-draw pictures to support their text
*Illustrated word bank to help spell words they might use in their writing.
*Place to draw a picture to support the writing.
Writing Prompts Included:
*Walking in the rain
*A vegetable garden
*My favorite baby animal
*In a pond
*In the rainforest
*For a picnic
*When I exercise
*At the pet shop
*A peanut butter and jelly sandwich
*For Earth Day
*With play dough
*At the circus
*On my pizza
*At the zoo
*A puppet show
***Each of the above starter prompts also come WITHOUT starter sentences for more advanced writers.
Reading Comprehension Checks for April
After completing the Comprehension Check, students can color a star on the Reading Comprehension and Fluency Tracker. Each month will have 20 different Comprehension Checks with 5 Comprehension Questions. These simple comprehension questions provide students with an opportunity to look back at the text and using complete sentences. This option is more effective than the “fill in the bubble” method. In addition, students will use the color code to look back in the text (text evidence) and highlight the answers.
This packet includes comprehension checks with and without the crayons.
The Comprehension Questions allow students to work on:
-On the surface questions
-Under the surface questions
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