- Publisher: DK Children (2022-02-01)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 192 pages
- ISBN-13: 9780744051537
- Item Weight: 637.88 grams
- Dimensions: 11.69 x 8.31 x 0.5 cm
First Grade English in one workbook! Hours of fun, illustrated activities covering all the basics of First Grade English, and more!
Fun illustrated exercises for ages 6–7
An entire year of English learning packed into 192 pages!
Phonics, vocabulary, grammar, high-frequency words, handwriting, and more!
Developed with teachers and curriculum experts, and hilariously illustrated by Hollywood artists.
In line with Common Core standards.
Practice long and short vowels and adjacent consonants. Revisit grammar topics, such as prepositions and conjunctions. Go over math vocabulary, including measuring words and telling the time. Develop speaking and listening skills with “Teddy Talks” – and share your ideas with the world!
“This is a wonderful workbook full of fun illustrated exercises to complement the First Grade curriculum. With a focus on phonics, vocabulary, grammar, and more - this research-backed book will grab children’s attention with hilarious illustrations and creative activities.”
Susan Neuman – Professor of Childhood Education and Literacy Development, NYU
With a team of award-winning artists and writers, Mrs Wordsmith creates books, games, worksheets, and apps to improve the reading and writing of kids aged 4–11, and to make word learning fun!
Variations of this content are available as printable worksheets at mrswordsmith.com
About the Author
Mrs Wordsmith is a team of award-winning artists, game designers, writers, data scientists, teachers, and researchers.
It was founded in 2015 by Sofia Fenichell, a mother and writer. Schools weren’t keeping pace with entertainment and technology, and she was determined that language would not be left in the dust. Mrs Wordsmith uses scientific research and proven teaching methodology, alongside Hollywood-quality animation and state-of-the-art game design, to create books, games, worksheets, and apps to improve the reading and writing outcomes of kids aged 4–11, and to make word learning hilariously fun.