1st Grade January Morning Work – Printable & Digital No Prep Spiral Review
This versatile January morning work resource is just what you need start the new year right! Just print & go or assign slides in Google Classroom! Your first graders will be engaged in meaningful practice, reviewing many important first grade skills each day!
Looking for a way to calm the chaos in your morning routine? These January morning work pages and digital activities are just what you need to start the year off on the right foot! These meaningful, spiral review worksheets are perfect for reviewing a variety of 1st-grade standards. Just print and go or assign slides in Google Classroom and your first graders will be engaged, reviewing many important first-grade skills each day! They’ll love the bonus coloring sheets, great for Fridays, and you’ll love the added writing activity! Be sure to check out the detailed preview to see everything included!
1st Grade January Morning Work – Printable & Digital Spiral Review Worksheets Includes:
- One PDF with the printable morning work pages, LINKS to the Google Slides digital morning work, and answer keys
- List of covered standards
- 23 printable practice pages (4 math skills and 2 ELA skills per slide)
- 23 portrait, digital Google Slides (4 math skills and 2 ELA skills per slide)
- 46 landscape, digital slides (4 math skills and 4 ELA skills on separate slides)
- 3 bonus coloring sheets (print only)
- 1 bonus writing sheet “My Snowman” plus a graphic organizer
- 1 bonus writing slide “My Snowman” plus a graphic organizer in Google Slides (portrait and landscape)
- Answer Keys
Each page includes a variety of skills for review including:
- fact families
- time to the hour and half-hour
- word problems
- ordering numbers
- representing numbers with tens and ones
- identifying the ones place or tens place
- solving problems using tally tables
- ABC order
- using the correct verb tense
- using pronouns
- identifying correctly spelled words
- writing sentences with correct capitalization and punctuation
- identifying sentences as declarative or interrogative
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