Saturday, 13 August 2016

First Grade: Recap of Grade 1 (Alphabet Letters; Quality of Numbers; Four Processes etc.)

I thought it might be handy for others who are doing First Grade to have a recap of the letter and number fairytales we did, and a place to find info and links to them easily.

Info about beginning First Grade, the order we did our alphabet in, and our container story can be found <here>.

Alphabet Letters



Letter A <here>


Letter B <here>


Letter C <here>


Letter D <here>


Letter E <here>


Letter F <here>


Letter G <here>


Letter H <here>


Letter I <here>


Letter J <here>


Letter K <here>


Letter L <here>


Letter M <here>


Letter N <here>


Letter O <here>


Letter P <here>


Letter Q <here>


Letter R <here>


Letter S <here>


Letter T <here>


Letter U <here>


Letter V <here>


Letter W <here>


Letter X <here>


Letter Y <here>


Letter Z <here>

Quality of Numbers



Number 1 <here>


Number 2 <here>


Number 3 <here>


Number 4 <here>


Number 5 <here>


Number 6 <here>


Number 7 <here>


Number 8 <here>


Number 9 <here>


Number 10 <here>

Four Processes



Addition & Subtraction <here>


Multiplication & Division <here>


Equals <here>


Circle Time


General information about gross and fine motor activities <here>


Winter Circle Time <here>


Spring Circle Time <to be updated>


Summer Circle Time <here>


Autumn Circle Time <here>

3 comments:

  1. This post is brilliant! Thank you.

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    1. My pleasure Vira :) I'm glad it was helpful!

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  2. I LOVE your blog. You are a true inspiration to me. I often look through your first grade posts (and other posts) and they are like a breath of fresh air for me! We too are journeying through homeschool kindergarten and first grade and are using a waldorf- Steiner curriculum. I LOVE seeing all your amazing ideas for incorporating the letters together. Truly truly beautiful work. You inspired me to start my own blog for my families journey through homeschool. (Something I thought I would never do)... Thank you for sharing your learning, photography, art and life with us!

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