These packs are intended to pick & choose and are not intended for one child to complete all the pages included.
Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me.
You’ll want to choose a variety of books, of course – some that are too hard for your child but that you can read aloud to her, and some that are just right for your child to read independently.
Here are some fun books that may be appropriate for your child to read independently, or with just a little help: Integrate learning into everyday activities.
You can see all 1st grade posts (includes activities) or see them broken down by subject below: !
There are holiday themes, literature based themes, historical themes, and a variety of others.
Don’t focus too much on correct spelling, unless your child insists on it.
What is most important is having your child practice listening for the sounds in words and then writing them down. ”– Play “Make Ten.” Fluently knowing pairs of numbers that add up to 10 will help your child tremendously in first grade.
Kids can actually gain (rather than lose) reading proficiency when they have practice during the summer.
When choosing books that are just right for your soon-to-be first grader, have your child read aloud the first 2 pages to you.