Dinosaur Cut and Paste
In this dinosaur activity, 1st graders color each dinosaur half. Students then cut out the back half of each dinosaur and paste it onto the matching front half for the dinosaurs. Students create four dinosaurs.
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High Frequency Words—Red Words
Words, words, words. Here's a must-have resource for primary grade teachers—a list of high frequency words for every letter in the alphabet, as well as words for days of the week, months of the year, color words, contractions, number...
Pre-K - 6th English Language Arts
Dinosaurs and George Washington: The Concept of old and new
Students read stories about the past and present and discuss the concept of old and new. In this old and new lesson plan, students discuss what makes something old and what makes it new by using stories as a reference.
K - 1st English Language Arts
If You Meet a Dinosaur Book (Adapted from If You Meet a Dragon by Joy Cowley)
First graders create a dinosaur book. In this response to literature lesson plan, 1st graders study a book before creating their own. Each book must be interactive and must give directions such as "tickle his noes".
1st English Language Arts