Teaching Resources and Lesson Plans

In this site, we will provide a variety of teaching resources and lesson plans for teachers and parents who teach kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. We will discuss the different topics and skills that need to be taught in these grades. Finally we will mention what materials can be used to support these lessons.

We need to teach children how to read and write, use mathematics in everyday life, acquire basic science knowledge such as natural history and astronomy, know about the culture of the past such as ancient civilizations, develop comprehension skills by reading literature that is at their level or just above it. We also need to teach them about the natural world by providing examples of habitats on Earth such as forests and deserts.

Math

Back to School Friendship Salad (Picture Recipe Card)

Back to School Friendship Salad (Picture Recipe Card)

Division Pizza Mini-Booklet

Division Pizza Mini-Booklet

FREE CLIP ART * BAKING CLIP ART * ROBINS EGG BLUE

FREE CLIP ART * BAKING CLIP ART * ROBINS EGG BLUE

100th Day of School Activities Fun

100th Day of School Activities Fun

Basic Math Autobiography Project

Basic Math Autobiography Project

Exploring the History and Folk Art of Pennsylvania Dutch: Hex Signs

Exploring the History and Folk Art of Pennsylvania Dutch: Hex Signs

Math is an essential subject in every school curriculum. It is imperative for students to learn math early because it can help them build their computational thinking and problem-solving skills.

Many schools now use worksheets to teach math. They are easy to print out and use, but they are not very engaging for students, which can lead to lack of interest in the subject.

Some teachers find that the traditional ways of teaching mathematics don’t work for their learners, so they decide to try new methods like using online interactive programs or creating games that involve solving math problems.

Reading

How to Make S’mores Emergent Reader

How to Make S’mores Emergent Reader

Shari Sloane Those Sounds

Shari Sloane Those Sounds

Shari Sloane Letters on the Bus Fun Music Book

Shari Sloane Letters on the Bus Fun Music Book

The Letter A! Alphabet Letter of the Week Package now with Google ™ & Seesaw ™

The Letter A! Alphabet Letter of the Week Package now with Google ™ & Seesaw ™

Super Senses a themeatic unit about the 5 Senses

Super Senses a themeatic unit about the 5 Senses

Recipe for Reading Comprehension – Treasure Chest

Recipe for Reading Comprehension – Treasure Chest

Schools are using reading teaching materials to teach children how to read. They are intended to be an effective way for children to learn the alphabetic code, phonics, and other skills that are important for reading comprehension.

Printable reading worksheets are usually free and downloadable from the internet. They help adults teach their children how to read because they provide instructions and pictures of words along with questions about their meaning and pronunciation.

Writing

End of the Year Activity: “My Future’s So Bright…I Gotta Wear Shades”

End of the Year Activity: “My Future’s So Bright…I Gotta Wear Shades”

The Letter A! Alphabet Letter of the Week Package now with Google ™ & Seesaw ™

The Letter A! Alphabet Letter of the Week Package now with Google ™ & Seesaw ™

Make Butter Like The Pilgrims

Make Butter Like The Pilgrims

Christmas Craft Projects

Christmas Craft Projects

Kinder Cafe! Eating through the Alphabet Cookbook

Kinder Cafe! Eating through the Alphabet Cookbook

Draw and Tell

Draw and Tell

Language arts. Basic literacy skills, such as reading and writing, are essential for success in all walks of life. Language arts is the general term for the group of subjects that teach these skills.

A student must be able to read aloud what is written, understand all questions about writing and be able to write a sentence on their own.

They must learn how to identify the main idea of a passage, express that idea in their own words, find supporting details within the text that are relevant or not relevant for this idea and summarize what they have read or heard depending on whether they are reading aloud or not.