Do you teach Kindergarten - Pre-K or Grade 1?
We have the best learning activities to support your classroom curriculum
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(NEW - March 20th) Powerful Vocabulary Building Worksheet Activity
Teaches the essential 340 Grade 1 vocabulary words using a powerful techniques.
Here's how it works:
1) Pass out the worksheet activity to each student.
2) Teach the 5 list words playing the games Copy Cat and Boo Boo Catcher
3) Begin with the "Definition-Clue" exercises
(For example - Which word means to hop up and down? Answer: jump (kids love this!!!)
4) Students then finish the activity on their own with skill sections for scrambled letters and sentence writing (or eagle eye for the first 100 words). Words have been mathematically selected from major Grade 1 textbooks (Houghton-Mifflin, Scholastic, Accelerated Reader) and organized from most-common to least-common.

(NEW - March 10th) Powerful Phonics Activity Sheets -
A great way to learn new vocabulary words while also teaching short vowels, long vowels, digraphs, dipthongs and r-controlled vowels. These sequential phonics worksheets are extremely effective for teaching both phonics and phonemic awareness. Specially designed to gradually increase in difficulty. Begins with "recognition memory" tricks using only two choices, then advances to recall memory. Practices beginning, middle and final sounds with common nouns. 4 difficulty level worksheets that teach the same set of 20 nouns.
Class Trick
Letter b and d Class Learning Activity
A fun and powerful class activity to learn letters b and d fast. Print out these sheets and tape together side by side across the front of your room (above your chalk or dry erase board). Ask students who can read the letters without mistakes. The back and forth random pattern with just the two letters works miracles in getting these confusing letters mastered.
Bottom Line... Every teacher must have this somewhere on their wall!

Math Worksheet
Quality Math Worksheets Support your Curriculum
After detailed analysis of the two most popular math text books used in elementary schools in the United States (Scholastic & Houghton Mifflin), we organized our index to show which math skills are taught in each week during the school year. Unlike textbooks, our worksheets do not require students to re-write the problem and give plenty of room for doing calculations. Teachers love this for providing homework or additional pratice on practically every math skill you can imagine! You'll love this unique skill listing format! This link gives free access to all Kindergarten & Grade 1 math skills.

Mr. Ed Math Tutor

Basic Test

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Mr. Ed: Kindergarten & Grade 1 Math Tutor - Multi-Language - BETA
Wow! You'll love Mr. Ed as much as the children! Mr. Ed Math Tutor is designed to dramatically reduce the time you'll need to teach the essential Kindergarten & Grade 1 math skills.   Everyone knows that horses make better teachers, so put your kids on Mr. Ed (Ed is for Education) and take a coffee break. Your students won't just be kept busy - They will learn new math skills one step at a time at breathtaking speed. After analyzing the most popular math textbooks in the U.S., we identified the priority Kindergarten and Grade 1 math concepts and teach these in the precise order they are taught during the school year. Mr. Ed & friends begin by teaching a short lesson. Students then click and drag objects and numbers to demonstrate what they have learned. At the moment a wrong answer is selected, we don't just say it is wrong - that would be the easy way out. Instead, a video begins and Mr. Ed tells your students what was wrong and how to correct the mistake. For example, in the 2 digit problem 24+14, if the student drags a wrong number into the one's column, we immediately begin the correction process - we don't wait until the entire problem is finished. Students must then do the same problem again and only advance when correct. Try it for the first time by clicking on Mr. Ed or the Basic Test link at left. We apologize, the database is not yet working.

Alphabet Letter

Learn Alphabet Letter Names Fast
Click a link to any letter of the alphabet and Print a powerful practice activity that will teach any student the letter names fast! Uses our powerful back and forth Ping-Pong strategy.


Super Fun! Ice Breaker!
If you have a grumpy or "new" shy student - this is the activity! A piece of paper is divided into 4 smaller squares. You then write a different letter, number, etc. into each box. Call out the name of a letter in the box and the student's job is to "slap" their hand on the letter before you do. If they do it first they get a point. There is a scoring box on the side of the paper. This technique uses "recognition memory" which not only greatly increases success and will generate many smiles and make any new or shy student come out of their shell in seconds!


Kindergarten Skills Checklist
This is the bible for teaching Kindergarten and Pre-K. Lists all skills that should be taught on one piece of paper. Use this as a professional test to monitor progress and show parents. The kindergarten year must stress the foundation skills needed for learning to read and do math and this one piece of paper outlines it all!
Make Custom Handwriting Practice Worksheets in Seconds!
You won't find a better or faster way to teach a child how to write their name. Type the student's name into the input box and watch it appear automatically in dot or hollow trace font. Select letter size, color, direction arrows and much more.
Great for writing paragraphs as well.

Alphabet Letter
Power Activity

Teaches Letter Names - Writing the Letter - Positioning Skills -
Basic Phonics & Phonemic Awareness!
You Gotta Try This!
This powerful activity teaches many kindergarten skills in one activity. Students get practice in tracing/coloring the letter, choosing the correct crayon color and important positioning skills (above, below, next to, over, left, right, etc. Can be used with one student but really shines when used with an entire classroom. Put up to 4-5 students at a table along with a pile of crayons in the center. Read the instructions on the activity sheet aloud and watch the lights go on as you walk around the class!

"Where Is Worksheets"

Teach Phonemic Awareness with Style!
While phonics is defined as knowing the sound of a letter, phonemic awareness is the skill of identifying where the sound is heard - at the beginning? - middle? or end of a word? Our "Where Is Worksheets" are great for doing this. For example, if we show a picture of a "ball" - the student must pick from two choices what phonics sound is heard at the beginning of the word under the picture.


Alphabet Letter & Consonant Sound Test
This online test keeps track of the two most important skills of the Kindergarten school year - 1) Letter Name Mastery
2) Mastery of Consonant Sounds
After completing the test, you can print a professional Summary Page showing all results.

Special Trick to Teach Difficult Letters, Sounds and Words
Nothing Short of Amazing!

You won't believe how powerful this "trick" is for teaching letters, sounds and words! Just type the letters or words your student has trouble learning (b-d, was-saw, were-where, etc.). We then put the content into a random back and forth pattern either horizontally or vertically. You then have your student read the content and watch the amazing transformation! This program works because it stiulates the long-term memory transfer of information like nothing you've ever seen! By the way, we received a FAX from Asbury Elementary in Columbus, Ohio stating that the total number of words learned by their Kindergarten students improved by 50% after beginning daily use of the Ping-Pong strategy (see their fax at


Teach 3 Letter CVC Words in this Powerful Step by Step Process.
CVC words are Consonant-Vowel-Consonant words such as cat - dog - bed - run, etc. These words have a short vowel sound in the middle and consonants at the beginning and end. They are a great way to begin the learn-to-read process since they all follow the same logic for decoding. We use five separate worksheets that gradually increase in difficulty to insure student success. Begin with SKILL 1 that uses only recognition memory which means we give choices for each answer. Students can do this even if they are only moderately familiar with consononant and vowel sounds.

Keep Track of Addition Sums to 9 Math Fact Progress
# Correct - # Not Correct - Total Time - etc.

This online database test quickly determines student mastery of all addition facts with sums up to nine (0+0, 3+4, 2+7, 8+1, etc). View all your students test results in a row by row format in our secure database. Simply register your class, then pick the additions test sums to 9. There are other advanced tests for other math skills but Kindergarten needs to learn only through sums to 9." Grade 1 should be able to complete sums to 18.