Here’s a look at my latest project, 1st Grade Math and Literacy Winter Worksheets! I’m still stuck on the couch with this hateful foot injury, so while I’m sitting around like a useless lump, I’m busy creating printables for my kids and my store. It’s not all bad I guess. 🙂
This set is winter themed, and I had so much fun making it. The printables are covered in penguins, snowmen, ice skates, and snowball fights. I’m tempted to print and complete a few of them by myself just for fun, although I will totally pretend like it is for my kids.
This set is perfect for a 1st grade teacher to use in a classroom. They would also be great to add to a homeschool curriculum. The activities in here cover a variety of math, grammar, and writing topics. As usual, I have a special FREEBIE for you, and today it is 3 free worksheets. Before we get to that, let me show you what’s in the full set:
December First Grade Worksheets
Printables included in this packet are:
*Winter Addition – Count the items and write and equation.
*Winter Subtraction – Count the items and write and equation.
*Winter Subtraction II – Fill in the missing subtrahend or difference.
*Match the Skates – Double digit subtraction (no regrouping).
*Roll and Color Addition – 3 Addends
*Snowball Fight – Greater Than/Less Than
*Snowman Odd or Even
*Count by 5’s – Penguins
*Who Can Buy It
*Measure it – Winter items
*10 More, 10 Less and 1 More, 1 Less Math Puzzles
*Winter Addition Story Problems – Draw a picture and write the equation.
More December First Grade Worksheets
*How Many Gifts? – Subtraction Story problem w/ number line, draw a picture, and write the equation.
*How Many Snowballs? – Subtraction Story problem w/ number line, draw a picture, and write the equation.
* Make it True – Finish the equation
* Snowball Fight with Beginning Blends
*Decorate a Tree – Long and Short Vowel Sounds
*Nouns and Verbs – Winter Theme
*Line them Up – Alphabetical Order
*Snowman Hats – Digraph Matching
*My Opinion About Snow – Opinion Writing Organizer Worksheet
*My Favorite Gift – Informative Writing Organizer Worksheet
*How to Build a Snowman – First, Next, Then, Last
*If I Could Have Anything for Christmas… – Writing Prompt
I hope you find these as fun and educational as I do. My kids can’t wait to try them out. To purchase them, CLICK HERE. Now, as promised, I have a special FREEBIE for you. This is a set of three worksheets from the December bundle. I hope you enjoy them, and please help me out by taking a minute to leave feedback and/or pinning a couple of these worksheets for your friends to find. Many thanks, and Happy Holidays!!