Welcome to 1st Grade atAlice Smith Elementary
This guide displays the "Leveled Texts" typical for each grade level. For instance, first-graders in September should be able to read a "D" level book.
Have fun practicing your skills on Spelling City!
All of the spelling lists for the year are included by Unit and Week below:
Websites to Practice Reading Skills
This website has many great games for learning many skills. Check out the other grade levels (K-5) to practice skills at your child's level with fun, easy-to-navigate games!
A terrific way to motivate your child to read and build comprehension! Kids in grades K-8 can search for books, read them offline, then come back to quiz on what they’ve read.
A great tool for learning about word families and rhyming!
Check to see if your child can hear beginning letter sounds, as well as differentiating short and long vowel sounds. Very positive interaction!
A fun way to learn to read. It teaches over 1,200 vocabulary items. There are 50 presentations covering all the main phonics rules.
Great phonics practice for primary-aged children!
Websites to Listen to Great Stories:
Lots to do - games, lessons, puzzles - for every age!
The whole spectrum of math skills to practice. Have fun!
Have fun with adding and subtracting with a timer!
Many links to math activities.