Curriculum Practice Websites
This page is created for the students to get a little extra practice time at home. The websites below are ones that I have found that tie in with the first grade curriculum. Throughout the year websites will be added that will continue to support the student's learning. Websites will never be taken off of this page unless a problem with a site is brought to my attention. I encourage students to use these website to help improve their fluency throughout the year. You will receive monthly newsletters that will discuss what the students are learning each month. I recommend that the students find websites that tie into what they are learning. This will allow for a more fun filled learning experience from each student and will not overwhelm them with information they have yet to learn in school. Thank you for your support and if there is every a problem with a site please feel free to email me at Paul.Panesa@wcsdny.org.
Students choose words and put them in order to complete sentences
Students unscramble sentences to put them in the correct order
Students create sentences using different parts of speech
Students use the proper ways to write lowercase letters
Students use the proper ways to write uppercase letters - Start from the top and work your way down
Students will color long vowel and short vowel sounds
Students are given a word and they need to click on letters in a letter board to spell the words correctly
Antonym/Synonym - This is a great way for the students to build their English vocabulary skills
A mixture of all the above games plus many more to play and practice
Students will answer questions based on short reading passages. This will improve their reading comprehension
Place Value - Pass the Peas! Students identify two-digit numbers based on tens and ones
Measurement - Unicycle Race Measurement! Students need to identify objects based on measurement vocabulary
First Grade Math Games
More Than, Less Than - Students will identify numbers that are more than or less than
Students will solve simple math problems with missing addends. Complete against your score by dragging your answers.
With the help of Peter Pig. Students will sort and count coins to earn money for their "bank"
Students will learn to master telling time by using analog clocks during this matching game
Students can work on many lessons to help improve their mathematical fluency
Students can play many games that were taught throughout the first grade