These Easter Bunny’s Assistant Lesson Plans are filled with reading comprehension ideas for kindergarten and first-grade.
Reading Comprehension Lessons
and the student’s complete their version as well.
We follow up our reading lessons with this cute craft! You can find these activities HERE.
Here is a fun poem that I wrote to use this week.
Easter Math Centers
We also have some Easter themed math activities.
One of the questions I get asked often is, “how do you get your class to work independently?” The answer is providing familiar tasks that allow students to practice and over-learn skills. My Math Work Stations units are formatted in such a way. Students play these games over and over throughout the year. So you don’t need to stop instructional time by explaining their centers. Simple!
Easter Sight Word Practice
The Time-Me station is a great way to practice sight word fluency. In each tub, I also put letter card sets and phrase sets. In this way, the activity offers differentiation. These are editable cards, so you can add your own words and phrases.
Once I have taught this activity, I can easily change the theme. This becomes a year-long activity!
Another favorite sight word activity is Roll, Say, Keep! (Yes, it is also editable!)
I like to put the playing cards in empty gum containers! Students love this and it smells yummy!
Other Word Work Games
When working on CVCe words, this game is a hit! I usually introduce it in my small groups before setting it out as a center.
I also made a little CVC game for you all for FREE. You can find the link for this game at the end of this post.
Handwriting and Sentence Work!
We usually use these as our morning warm up each day!
You can download my lesson plans with hyperlinks to activities HERE.
Have a great week!
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Here you go! I wanted a fun activity to do with the GAZILLION little erasers I have collected, but you could also use little counters for the game board.