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8 edition of Getting Ready to Teach First Grade (FS 122003) found in the catalog.

Getting Ready to Teach First Grade (FS 122003)

by Jodie Workman

  • 57 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Good Apple Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9405462M
    ISBN 100768202647
    ISBN 109780768202649
    OCLC/WorldCa42291289

      If you teach first grade, then I've got your back. Here are 98 first grade-friendly ideas to help you teach creatively and make your lesson planning easier. This collection from awesome teachers includes science, reading skills, worksheets and math for 1st grade. There's no shortage of great teaching ideas that you can tweak for first grade either.   3. Join a 1st grade teacher Facebook group. You’re not the only one navigating online learning, so don’t go it alone—join a group! While every home and school situation is different, online groups can be a good way to build a community of support and to find your teaching think of it as your online teacher’s lounge.

      Contrary to popular belief, teaching is not an a.m. - p.m. job and this is especially true for first-year teachers. By default, first-year teachers require more time to prepare than veteran teachers—there are many aspects of teaching that take time to figure out, so always give yourself a buffer. More than 1, first grade mini-books from Scholastic cover many subjects, skills, and themes. Sign up for access to these literacy-building mini-books, and you'll also get access to all of Scholastic's more t award-winning printables, including mini-books and reading, math, science, and social studies worksheets, to reach every learner.

    With this Get Ready for First Grade Workbook Little learners will tackle foundational math and reading skills from so many angles, using lots of different creative strategies and activities. Eye-popping illustrations help hold kids’ attention and make every turn of the page a new and playful adventure.   Gestures or visuals allow you to get a quick read on student understanding. They make the perfect first grade assessment strategies for your toolbox. 3. Traffic Lights. Colored plastic cups from a party store find new purpose when they become “traffic lights” for your first graders.


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