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This February No Prep Pack for 1st Grade includes 20 Math and 20 Literacy printables which are Common Core Aligned. The worksheets are the same as my January No Prep Pack for 1st Grade except the content has been changed and the themes cover February holidays.

Includes

MATH
*How Many 10s and 1s (Base Ten Practice)
*Subtraction Worksheet (Write The Missing Number)
*Comparing Numbers (Write =)
*Match Two Digit Numerals With Number Words (cut and paste)
*Write 10 More and 10 Less
*Spin A Number, Then Find 10 More And 10 Less (use a pencil and paperclip for spinners)
*Two Part Number Stories (uses part-part-total diagram)
*Three Part Number Stories (uses part-part-part-total diagram)
*February Measurements (cut out heart pictures to use units of measurement)
*Order By Size (cut and paste 5 images in order)
*Write Digital and Analog Time
*Small Order By Size Worksheet (cut and paste 3 images in order)
*2 Color, Count, Tally, and Graphs – Valentine’s & President’s Day
*Valentine’s Day Hearts Color By Addition
*Teddy Bear Color By Subtraction
*Number Stories Worksheet (using any strategy)
*Make The Fractions – use groups of candy hearts (1/2, 1/4, 2/3, 2/4)

ELA
*Sort Pictures By Category (coloring)
*Circle Beginning Blends (fl, fr)
*Write Beginning Blend Words (fl, fr)
*Long vs. Short Sounds – a, e, i (coloring)
*Long vs. Short O Sounds (cut and paste)
*Long vs. Short U Sounds (cut and paste)
*Sort Words By Category – February (Living/Nonliving cut and paste)
*Valentine’s Day Proper and Common Nouns Spinner Worksheet (spin, identify, and write the words)
*President’s Day Proper and Common Nouns Spinner Worksheet (spin, identify, and write the words)
*February ABC Order (cut, order, and write the words)
*Spin-A-Compound Word – Valentine’s Day (spin, write, and draw real or nonsense words)
*Spin-A-Compound Word – President’s Day (spin, write, and draw real or nonsense words)
*Write Valentine’s Day Statements with correct punctuation and capitalization
*Write February Questions with correct punctuation and capitalization
*Common vs. Proper Nouns Worksheets (coloring)
*Write About It – February Pictures (write one or more sentences about February pictures)
*Categorize Nouns and Verbs (cut and paste)
*Lincoln’s Top Hat Scrambled Sentences – Unscramble words to make a simple sentence, then add an adjective using a word spinner.
*Write about President George Washington (writing worksheet with a related word bank, lines, and a picture of George Washington)