First Grade Math Centers and Literacy Centers – Fall November
First grade centers to keep your students engaged and learning during center time while you’re instructing your small groups in math and ELA. These literacy centers and math centers are perfect for your autumn lesson plans!
This bundle of fun Fall, scarecrow, and Thanksgiving center rotations provide first grade students with an opportunity to practice math skills and literacy skills through independent work.
There are 2 versions of each center activity. The center cards can be printed with color ink or there is a black ink-only option, as well. There are a variety of activities to meet the needs of your students throughout the school year.
NOVEMBER FIRST GRADE CENTERS
Thankful for CVCe words – Students say the name of each picture and write or color the CVCe word to match.
Fall Digraphs – Students practice ending digraph sounds (sh/th/ch/dge/ck/tch/ng)
Turkey Blends – Students practice beginning l, r, & s blends.
Yummy Vowels – Students identify the missing vowel sound. Both short and long vowels are practiced in this literacy center.
Sorting Vowel Teams– A great activity for a pocket chart center! Students sort pictures by the vowel team (ai, ee, oa)
Sentences for November – There are 4 weeks worth of sentence work! Students read the sentence and identify the correct picture. Then, they practice writing the sentence on their response sheet.
Noun or Verb – Students identify nouns and verbs.
November Syllables – Students determine the number of syllables in each picture.
Adding Base 10 – Students count and add the base ten blocks
Counting On – Starting from a given number, students count on using the fall-themed objects.
Greater or Less Than – Students use symbols to compare numbers.
Fall Addition – Students count the pictures to create and solve addition equations within 20.
Apple Cider Subtraction – A fun apple center to practice subtraction within 20.
Telling Time – Students practice telling and writing time in hours and half-hours on analog and digital clocks.
10 More or 10 Less – Students say the number on the center card and tell the number that is 10 less or the number that is 10 more.
Falling Leaves in Order – Students are given 3 numbers and they write the numbers in order from least to greatest.
PREDICTABLE CENTER ACTIVITIES
These predictable first grade centers are ideal for any classroom because the activities do not have to be retaught month-after-month. The students can apply their new knowledge to the same activities, with different themes each month.
Each first grade center has a recording sheet that can be used for tracking student progress during these independent activities.
These are purposely predictable 1st grade math and literacy center activities and they are EASY PREP! Plus, each activity is standards aligned.
Included in each month of first grade learning centers:
- 8 first grade literacy centers (colored & black and white versions)
- 8 first grade math centers (colored & black and white versions)
- Recording sheet for each activity
- Each center has 9-12 task cards for extra practice
- “I Can” cards to help build student independence
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