- This file still contains all of the original documents that you would use in a typical classroom setting.
- I’ve added a new folder called DISTANCE LEARNING version. I have turned the slideshows into movies and provided you links to them to share with parents. You do not need Powerpoint for the distance learning videos. Simply share a link to a certain video or share the whole PDF file with all the links to parents. If you want to do the manual version without timers, you will need PowerPoint for that.
- you can either have kids still color in the answers on the worksheet, use a blank paper to write down the answers, or just have them say the answers if you don’t want to use the worksheet. Since this will be played individually instead of as teams, I changed the “switch spots” slides to say “time to switch”. Now kids can switch colors, switch seats at the table, switch players with a sibling, or just dance on that slide until it’s ready for the next skill to come up.
The distance learning files/videos will be removed and unavailable after July 31st.
Do you want to incorporate some movement and team building into your end of the year literacy and math lessons? Fluency Find It, does just that! These games work on essential reading and math skills that students should be fluent in by the end of the year, while giving them a chance to get out of their seats and move a little bit.
Here is an example of Fluency Find It in action:
▶︎How to Play:
Have students get in small groups and stand behind their table with their worksheet in front of them. Students will say what they see on the screen, then hunt for the answer on their paper. After a couple of turns, a screen will pop up prompting students to switch players. The student finding the answers, will go to the end of the line. Students can play in groups to help each other hunt for the answer on the paper to match what they see on the screen. There are 2 worksheets you can use to differentiate learning if needed, as well as use the timed slides or manual slides depending on how fluent your students are in that skill.
What’s included (6 games)
2 sets of slideshows for each game (6 second timed slides & manual)
• Reading Review 1 (blends, digraphs, r controlled vowels)
• Reading Review 2 (silent e, long vowels, noun/verb/adjective)
• Reading Review 3 (syllables, word families, compound words, contractions)
• Math Review 1 (numbers, even/odd, comparing numbers, skip counting)
• Math Review 2 (place value, time, money, fractions)
• Math Review 3 (addition, subtraction, missing addend, missing subtrahend)
• 2 worksheets for each skill (color the answer or write it in)
• EDITABLE version (editable slideshow & worksheet) The “switch spots” slides will not be animated or have music, but you will be able to add your own content!
This will open in Microsoft PowerPoint. To keep the clipart secure, but maintain animations, I had to create a password on the files. On a Mac computer, you may have to click “READ ONLY” and it will open. PC’s shouldn’t have any issues opening the files like normal. If you have trouble with the file, try a software update first! This works best in PowerPoint versions 2011 and up.
I have a 1st Grade End of Year Review Fluency & Fitness if you need more 1st grade review activities!
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