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Reading Standards

Standard Description Website With Games
R.1.1.1 Identifies sounds of both upper and lower case letters of the alphabet.  (Letter-sound relationships)

Make the Letters Talk

Make a Word

Alien Scavenger Hunt

R.1.1.2 Identifies names of both upper and lower case letters of the alphabet.

Paw Park


Letter Names Practice

Letter Names

Recognizing the Alphabet - Letter Recognition 2 - upper & lower case

Recognizing the Alphabet - Letter Recognition 1 - upper 

Recognizing the Alphabet - Letter Recognition 3 - upper & lower case

Billy Bear's Alphabet Fun


R.1.1.3 Identifies and distinguishes between letters, words, and sentences. Missing Letters in Words
R.1.1.4 Identifies and manipulates phonemes in spoken words (i.e. phoneme isolation, identification, categorization, blending, segmentation, deletion, addition, substitution).  (Phonemic Awareness)

Lanolin's Greenhouse

Pumpkin Patch

Phonemic Awareness

Word Blender

Alien Scavenger Hunt - Space Trash

Make a Word #1

Make a Word #2

Letter TV

R.1.1.5 Identifies onsets and rhymes in spoken words (i.e. alliteration, intonation, rhyme).  Phonological Awareness

Rhyming Words - Quia Matching

Rhyming Words - Concentration Game

R.1.1.6 Uses knowledge of letter-sound correspondences (i.e. consonant-vowel patterns, blends, digraphs, word families) when reading unknown words. (Phonics)

Letter Blends

Study Dog- Vowel Blends

Study Dog - Spelling

Digraphs - Middle

Digraphs- Final

Digraphs- Beginning

R.1.1.7 Manipulates onsets and rhymes in spoken words (i.e. alliteration, intonation, rhyme).  Phonological Awareness

Rhyme Time - Matching

Rhyme Time - Word Search

Rhyme Time - Match-Up

Wizards and Pigs

R.1.2.1 Applies concepts of print when reading (i.e. front-to-back, top-to-bottom, left-to-right, capitalization.)

Left to Right

Left to Right Practice

Left to Right:  Let's Practice

R.1.2.2 Uses punctuation at instructional or independent reading levels while reading.

Periods, Question Marks, & Exclamation Marks

Full Stops Game

Find the Correct Punctuation Quiz Time

What's My Mark? Quiz Time

Statement or Command? Quiz Time

Alien Punctuation


R.1.2.3 Reads expressively with appropriate pace, phrasing, intonation, and rhythm of speech with familiar text.

What Happens in Autumn?

More About the Farm

Summer Time Food


Veteran's Day

R.1.2.4 Uses knowledge of sentence structure to read fluently at instructional or independent reading levels.  
R.1.2.5 Uses a variety of word-recognition strategies (i.e. practicing words in isolation) to read fluently.

Zac the Rat

Peg the Hen

The Big Hit

Mox's Shop

Gus the Duck

Jake's Tale

Pete's Sheep

R.1.3.1 Demonstrates automatic recognition of sight words

Sight Words:  Pre-Primer

Sight Words:  Primer

Sight Words:  1st Grade

Drag and Drop Game

Sky Ride

R.1.3.2 Determines the meaning of unknown words or phrases using picture clues and context clues from sentences.

What's the Word?

Word Play

R.1.3.3 Identifies synonyms and antonyms to determine the meaning of words.

Squanky the Toothtaker

Synonyms Practice

Using Antonyms, Homonyms, and Synonyms to Learn Grade Level Vocabulary

More Synonyms


Antonym Match

R.1.3.4 Determines meaning of words through knowledge of word structure (inflectional ending -s,  -es, -er, -est, -ing,  contractions, compound words)

Contraction Match

Matching Contractions

Show You Know

Using Comparisons Game - Quiz Time

R.1.4.1 Participates in discussions about narrative, expository, and technical texts read to them or text read independently.  
R.1.4.2 Locates and discusses title, author, illustrator, and illustrations.

Locates the Parts of a Book

Understand the Value of Illustrations When Reading

Know How to Locate Parts of a Book - Did You Know?

Demonstrate Familiarity with Titles & Authors - Show You Know

Know How to Locate Parts of a Book - Title

Know How to Locate Parts of a Book - Show What You Know - Title

Know How to Locate Parts of a Book - Title Page

Know How to Locate Parts of a Book - Show What You Know - Title Page

R.1.4.3 Uses pictures, content, and prior knowledge to make predictions.

Predicting Practice

Making a Prediction

Predictions About Events & Characters Based on Prior Knowledge

R.1.4.4 Responds logically to literal, inferential, and critical thinking questions before, during, and after listening to or reading the text.

Understanding Written Directions

Tina's World - Buggy Trails

What's in the Bag?

R.1.4.5 Uses picture clues, text, and prior knowledge to make inferences and draw conclusions. Checking on Your Reading
R.1.4.6 Develops awareness of text structure (i.e. sequence, problem-solution, comparison contrast).


Making A Snowman

Washing Your Hands

Problem Solution

Quiz Time Problem-Solution

Problem-Solution Practice

R.1.4.7 Sequences events according to basic story structure of beginning, middle, and end.

Sequencing Practice

Let's Make Cookies Sequencing Practice

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Sequencing Practice

Fun at Night Sequencing Practice

Beginning, Middle, End Practice

Beginning, Middle, End Quiz

R.1.4.8 Compares and contrasts information (i.e. topics, characters) between texts.

Compares/Contrasts Characters

Contrasting Characters

R.1.4.9 Retells or role plays important events and main ideas from narrative and expository texts.  
R.1.4.10 Identifies the topic and main idea in appropriate-level texts.

Topic Sentence

Topic Sentence/Main Idea

R.2.1.1. Identifies and discusses character(s) in literature.

Find the Character in the Story


Who's in the Story?

R.2.1.2 Identifies and describes setting.

Setting Practice

Practice Identifying Setting

Practice:  Setting

Setting Match

When Did the Story Happen?

R.2.1.3 Follows events in a plot.

Emily Elizabeth Goes to School

Here Clifford

Clifford's Big Dog

Where Is Emily?

R.2.2.1 Listens to or reads text to connect personal experiences and ideas with those of other cultures in literature.  

Math Standards

Standard Description Website With Games
M.1.2.7 Uses the concepts of these properties with whole numbers from 0 to 10 and demonstrates their meaning using concrete objects ($):  b. zero property of addition (addditive identity), i.e. 4 + 0 = 4.

Addition:  Adding Zero

Addition - Skill Builders - Adding 0

Counting Objects

Counting Up To 100

Math Flashcards

M.1.4.1 Computes with efficiency and accuracy using various computational methods including mental math, paper and pencil, concrete objects, and appropriate technology ($).  0-10

Addition With Number Sentences

Addition With Pictures - Sums to 10

Addition Sentences - Sums to 10

Word Problems - Sums to 10

Addition Facts - Sums to 10

Math Flashcards

M.1.4.2 N states and uses with efficiency and accuracy basic addition facts with sums from 0 through 10 and corresponding subtraction facts ($).

Bowling Alley

Alien Addition

Math Flashcards



Reads and writes horizontally and vertically the same addition expression (i.e. 5 + 4 is the same as 5

+ 4.





Finds the unknown sum or difference of the basic facts using concrete objects ($) (i.e. 12 dominoes - 5 dominoes = __dominoes or __cubes = 2 cubes + 4 cubes)