In the world of distance learning, digital activities are taking over more and more, day by day. To help teachers with some end of the year and summer review, I created a set of first-grade review activities that can be used in both Google Classroom and Seesaw!
If you aren’t familiar with Seesaw, I have only recently started creating lessons on this platform and I think it is so fun and accessible for primary students! If you ‘re interested in learning how to makes and upload your own lessons, I shared a tutorial video here:
As for the types of lessons included in my first grade end of the year review, I have 4 different sections: math, literacy, reading comprehension, and writing.
Each section will be opened up on its own in Google Classroom or Seesaw and then you can delete slides as you want to share with your students! Here is a little sneak-peek into each section.
For math, there are activities to review addition, subtraction, ordering numbers, comparing numbers, place value, word problems, telling time, data collection, and more. Here are few of the example activities:
For literacy, students can review decoding words with digraphs and blends, phoneme manipulation, sight words, sentence scrambles, parts of speech, long vs. short vowels and more! Here are a few examples from this section:
For reading comprehension, students will read passages aloud and answer the comprehension questions using evidence from the text:
And for writing, there are 8 different timely prompts where students can share their thoughts:
If you’d like to grab these activities for your first graders, just click below and you can watch the video preview to see a bit more: