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 Grade 1 Language Arts Websites
Based on Saskatchewan ELA Curriculum (2010)

Compiled by Karen Hrycan
Horizon School Division
Technical help from Ken Sogge


Additional Resources


Comprehend and Respond Strand

CR1.1  Comprehend and respond to a variety of grade-level texts
(including contemporary and traditional visual, oral, written, and multimedia) that address:
identity (e.g. All About Me)
community (e.g. Friends and Family)
social responsibility (e.g. Conservation)
and relate to own feelings, ideas, and experiences
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A-Z Stories
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World Fairytales
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Families and Friendships
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This is the Tree
CR1.2  View and comprehend the explicit messages, feelings, and features in a variety of visual and multimedia texts
(including pictures, photographs, simple graphs, diagrams, pictographs, icons, and illustrations).
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A Day at the Beach
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A Day at the Park
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A Day in the Country
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The Big Rock Story
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Little Animals
Recognize similarities in an illustrator's work
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Jan Brett
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Barbara Reid
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Michael Martchenko
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Suessville (Theo LeSieg)
CR1.3  Listen to and comprehend a variety of texts (including a book read aloud, a person speaking, and directions)
to retell the sequence and key points (who, what when, where, why, and how.)
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Scholastic "I Can Read"
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Peter Rabbit
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Professor Garfield
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PBS Stories
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Book-pop
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Robert Munsch books
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KOL Jr. Stories
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Silly Books
Listen to carry out directions with four to six simple steps.
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Messy Attic
CR1.4  Read and comprehend grade-appropriate texts (including narratives, informational texts, scripts, and poems)
by relating the sequence (beginning, middle and end),
the key points (who, what, when, where, and why), and the problems and solutions.
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Alphabet "Missing Letters"
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Dub Cub Word Families
Narratives
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Anansi and Tiger--Magic Story Book
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Anansi and Tiger--Storyboard
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Anansi and Tiger--Sequence and Retell
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Anansi and Tiger--Read Aloud Book

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Ziggity Zoom stories
Information Texts
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The Butterfly
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Sequencing Butterfly Life Cycle
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The Frog
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Frog Life Cycle
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Compose and Create Strand

CC1.1 Compose and create a range of visual, multimedia, oral, and written texts that explore and present thoughts on:  
identity (e.g. Feelings)  
community  (e.g. Neighbourhood)
social responsibility (e.g. Plants and Trees).
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Berenstain Bears "Write a Story"
CC1.2 Represent key ideas and events, in a logical sequence and with detail, in different ways
(including dramatization, pictures, sounds, physical movement, charts, models, and drawings.)
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Anansi and the Tiger Characters
CC1.3  Speak clearly and audibly about ideas, experiences, preferences, questions, and conclusions
in a logical sequence, using expression and dramatization when appropriate.
CC1.4  Write and share stories and short informational texts
about familiar events and experiences in a minimum of five sentences.
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Anansi and Tiger Character Focus
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Making a Clay Pot
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Directions to make a clay pot
Assess and Reflect Strand

AR1.1  Identify, with teacher guidance, what good viewers, listeners, readers, representers, speakers, and writers do.
AR1.2  Set and monitor, in consultation with the teacher, goals for more effective viewing,
listening, reading, representing, speaking and writing experiences.