Reading lessons for 1st grade

First Grade Reading Comprehension Activities

First grade is an exciting time of discovery for early readers. They’re spending less time decoding and word solving and more time comprehending and making sense of the texts they’re reading. Early readers are building reading identities and reading for meaning and joy. Explicitly teaching reading comprehension strategies like making predictions, asking questions, retelling, and inferring helps young readers build the skills they need. These first grade reading comprehension activities are a good place to start.

1. String up a retelling rope

Learning how to retell a story helps young learners as readers and thinkers. It helps them organize their thoughts as they read and recognize when their thinking changes. Using these symbols representing different elements of a story, students can string up a cute retelling rope while gaining valuable comprehension skills.

Learn more: First Grade W.O.W.

2. Visualize the story with illustrations

Visualizing is an important skill for understanding what you’re reading. This blog includes two fun visualizing activities. In the first, students are given a title and are asked to draw an illustration that matches that title. In the second, students are given clues about an object and are asked to draw the object the clues are hinting at.

Learn more: You Clever Monkey

3. Make predictions with a graphic organizer

Making predictions is a just-right reading strategy for emerging readers. During a read-aloud, find a few good stopping points to ask students what they think will happen next.

Learn more: Brown Bag Teacher

4. Make a “beginning, middle, and end” flip chart

One tried-and-true way to teach summarizing to early readers is instructing them to identify the beginning, middle, and end of a story. This easy-to-make flip chart is just an 8 x 11 piece of plain paper folded vertically then divided into thirds. On the front half, students will draw a picture of what happens in the three sections of the story. Underneath each flap is a short written description.

Learn more: Bishop’s Blackboard

5. Ask questions with story sticks

Good readers ask questions before, during, and after they read. These cute story sticks make a game of first grade reading comprehension. Perfect to use with small reading groups or with partners.

Learn more: The Happy Teacher

6. Master the five-finger retell

One strategy you can teach students is the five finger retell. Each finger stands for a different part of the story. Assigning a different finger for each part gives students a kinesthetic connection and makes it easier for them to remember.

Learn more: Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade Tidbits

7. Summarize using simple signal words

Sometimes with early readers, simpler is better. Start with these basic questions—who?, what?, when?, where?, how?, and why?—to help kids go deeper into their understanding.

Learn more: This Reading Mama


Practice with story maps

There are tons of fun tools to help students build reading comprehension, and story maps are one of them. Here are 15 free downloadable story maps to help your first graders practice going beyond just the words when they read.

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9. Figure out problem and solution with a graphic organizer

Every fiction story has, among other elements, a problem and solution. This lesson helps students understand that a story’s problem and solution fit together like pieces of a puzzle.

Learn more: My Primary Paradise

10. Retell the story using LEGO bricks

Put two things that first graders love together: reading and building. Read a story together, then allow students to use blocks to build a scene from the story. As they build, they can describe details from the story.

Learn more: The Educators’ Spin On It

11. Retell using story cubes

Retelling is a helpful comprehension skill for readers. These six cubes encourage readers to retell the story in different ways. They are prefect for reading partners and to use with small groups.

Learn more: Every educaid

 12. Play the Oh Snap! word game

Sight words (aka high-frequency words) are words readers encounter most frequently in texts. Early readers benefit from knowing a large bank of sight words, which encourages fluent reading. This fun sight word game is a great way to improve reading skills and build reading fluency.

Learn more: School Time Snippets

13. Use scooping phrases

The goal of reading fluency is better comprehension. To read with fluency or expression, readers must comprehend the story events. Teach early readers to use “Scooping Phrases” to scoop up words to form phrases within sentences. This effective strategy also works well with struggling readers.

Learn more: This Reading Mama

14. Introduce wordless picture books

As readers encounter more-difficult texts, character traits become less explicit. To determine what the character is like, the reader has to do more inferential work. Using wordless picture books is a great way to introduce early readers to making inferences.

Learn more: Ashleigh’s Education Journey

15. Inference using thought bubbles

Foundational inference activities give first graders an opportunity to practice their inferring skills. As they move into texts, first graders can infer what a character is thinking in the story and then add a thought bubble to explain it.

Learn more: The Teacher Next Door

If you like these first grade reading comprehension activities, check out our fun, printable first grade writing prompts.

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29 Fun and Easy 1st Grade Reading Comprehension Activities

First grade is such an important time for a child. They are becoming more independent in a variety of ways! One of the most important aspects of this independence is their reading. Reading will be the foundation for everything they do in the future. This is why reading comprehension comes in full force during these pivotal developmental years.

Building comprehension skills can be a daunting experience for parents, caregivers, and educators. This is most likely why you ended up here. Keep reading for a total breakdown of some of the best comprehension strategies that can be both used at home and in the classroom!

Keeping It Fun

1. Puzzle Retelling

In first grade, we LOVE puzzles. This is why puzzle retelling builds such excellent comprehension skills. Using background knowledge helps kids to be confident and excited about a comprehension activity. Puzzle retelling is also super easy to set up!

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2. Five Finger Retell

Any elementary teacher will tell you how much they love the 5-finger retelling comprehension activity. This activity gives students the visual of retelling a story. It’s also, so much fun! Teachers have been known to incorporate finger puppets, a comprehension worksheet, and many different creative comprehension strategies.

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3. Sight Word Practice 

Sight word practice is one of the all-important reading and comprehension skills for Grade 1. Creating active readers by building vocabulary through an active vocabulary game is one of the best ways to keep your children engaged. Here are a few great sight word comprehension activities.

Cute story sticks are always a great way to teach sight words! This is something you can easily make for your classroom and at home!

4. Sight Word Bingo

Bingo is always a favorite! It is great and always a highly rated vocabulary game. Here you'll find a FREE resource that allows you to generate a bingo card based on the sight words students are learning and the basis of their background knowledge.

5. Color By Sight Word

There are so many colorful reading comprehension reading worksheets that go along with sight word vocabulary. There are tons of these worksheets throughout the web, here is a FREE resource to see how your students and children will respond.

6. Mental Images

First grade is a time of discovery for children. Visualizing and making mental images is an exciting time for young learners. Providing them with the comprehension skills they need for a love of reading. Mental images can be a great way to incorporate writing prompts into your child’s reading comprehension activities.

Mrs. Jump’s class has some great comprehension activities. Here are some mental image comprehension activities!

7. Comprehension Checks

Comprehension checks may not sound that exciting BUT they can always be fun! Your children will love all of the colorful reading comprehension worksheets that come with comprehension checks. You can make them yourself quite easily, which makes them perfect for at home or in the classroom. Here are some resources for your classroom!

8. Brain Movies

Brain Movies are a great way to build student comprehension skills. Making a Brain Movie is easy for you and for your students. Here is a great way to incorporate it into your classroom.

During a read-aloud, pause when you come across a descriptive passage. Have students close their eyes and picture what is happening, while you are reading! This blog gives a great breakdown of how to incorporate this in your classroom and the importance of Brain Movies incorporation.

9. Printable Story Mats

Printable story mats are easy to make and great for comprehension! You can make them any size that fits your needs. You can find a free download online here.

10. Puppets Steal the Show

Puppets are a great way to get your students engaged, active, and laughing. Puppets can be used for a variety of comprehension activities. Here is a blog that gives an amazing breakdown for using puppets to build comprehension skills.

11. Active Reading

Modeling active reading with your students is extremely important when reading anything. It is important to discuss what is happening in the story as you read. This will help your child to understand and empathize with the characters.

Make sure to ask questions that the child can relate to - Have you ever felt this way? What do you think happened? How do you think he/she/it feels? - Provoking and furthering a child’s thinking process will most definitely help their comprehension skills.

Here is a great blog post to help you practice active reading in the classroom and at home.

12. Think-Aloud

Think-alouds are one of the most amazing comprehension tactics! Think-alouds give students the space to make connections in their lives. When practicing the think-aloud comprehension strategy you should always connect a book back to a time that the child can relate to.

By connecting the book to other book’s the child has read, the child’s life experiences, and the ideas and lessons in the book you are helping to build a relationship with books. Here is a great blog that will help you use this comprehension strategy.

13. Read and Answer!

Incorporating media into the classroom has long been a part of the newest curriculum. It can sometimes be difficult to use media effectively in your ELA curriculum. This video can be used as an entire class, or in small groups. Either way, it will help you to assess students on their knowledge of reading aloud or in their heads and answering questions.

Learn more: North Carolina Department of Public Instruction

14. Listen and Comprehend

This is another video that will be perfect for your kiddos to complete on their own or in small groups. Listening to others read is very important for first grade, language development. In this video, students will listen to the story and answer the questions that follow.

Learn more: Hand 2 Mind

15. Reading Comprehension Check-in

Wordwall provides some of the most entertaining lessons on the web! These lessons are created and shared by other teachers. The activity below can be used in both small groups or as a whole group lesson to assess where your students are in their level of comprehension!

Learn more: Worldwall

16. The Random Story Wheel!

The random wheel is such a fun classroom integration. Project this wheel on a smartboard and have students spin on their turn. Whether students answer these questions in small groups or individually, they will love to play. The best part about this random wheel is that it can be used with any story.

Learn more: Worldwall

17. Open the Box Activity

Another amazing activity offered by Word Wall is "Open the Box". This activity resembles a bit like the random wheel, but students are asked to click on a box instead of spinning the wheel. Put a twist on this game and use the questions to make your very own classroom board!

Learn more: Worldwall

18. Teach to Understand

Giving even our youngest learners a clear understanding of exactly what is expected from a lesson is vital to their success. This video provides students and teachers with a better understanding of what it means to visualize. Understanding vocabulary can make explanations and student understanding that much stronger at the end of the day.

Learn more: Shannon McGilloway

19. Visualize Through the Senses

It's important to note that most stories that are aimed at younger students have some sort of connection to their feelings. Therefore, using a visualization strategy that connects the story to different feelings a child might have, could be vital to helping them better understand and comprehend the story.

Learn more: Toni Allen

21. Visualize Song

Any teacher knows that songs help students to remember and understand different strategies and lessons. Just like with anything else, making a song for visualizing a story will help students refer back to their understanding. This song is great for exactly that and it's definitely one to get stuck in your head!

Learn more: Teacher Friend

22. Story Retell

Being able to retell the story is part of the common core curriculum in first grade. It's important to provide students with a variety of different stories throughout your lessons. With some being ones they know by heart and others being totally new. Use this short Tortoise and the Hare read aloud and have students reenact it!

Learn more: Get Set Parents

23. Parts of the Story Song

Well, just like with visualizing, it's pretty evident that teachers know how important songs are to students' understanding and comprehension. This song is perfect for being able to retell the story. Students will have a better understanding of the different parts of the story, making it easier for them to understand and retell the story.

Learn more: Jack Hartmann Kids Music Channel

24. Retell the Story

In a world that is centralized around distance learning and working from home, it's important to have materials ready to go in an event that students won't be in school. This video does just that and provides details for both students, teachers, and even parents to have a full grasp of the learning objective.

Learn more: Mandy Yates

25. Character Traits

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Another very fun activity for reading comprehension is understanding different character traits! A simple and fun way to do this in first grade is to make a poster together about one of the student's favorite stories. First, read the story together and then create a poster that can be displayed in the classroom.

Learn more: Life Between Summers

26. Dot to Dot 

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This is a pre-reading comprehension strategy that can really be tailored for any grade, age, or story! This dot to dot activity with help to activate prior knowledge and build vocabulary that may arise in the story.

Learn more: Invitation to Play and Learn

27. Christmas Word Families

There's no doubt that reading comprehension and fluidity go hand in hand. Constant practice with students' reading skills, will ultimately help them to improve their comprehension skills.

Learn more: Invitation to Play and Learn

28. Retell Activity

This video will walk students through a read-aloud and retelling activity. The best part about this video is that you can take it and complete it with students or send it home for an at-home distance learning activity. Tailor is to your curriculum and enjoy!

Learn more: The Elementary ELL Teacher, Mrs. Brenda Pearson

29. Brown Bear Brown Bear, Game Show Quiz

In all honestly, bringing a game show on the computer into the classroom can be a total hit or miss. Although, this particular game show is right at the level of most first graders! Making it that much more engaging. At the end have your students join the leaderboard and see if you can get to #1.

Learn more: Worldwall

First reading lesson in grade 1 "You read, I read, my whole family reads"



MUNICIPAL Educational institution

“School No. 94 of the city of Donetsk”


Class 1-A

Teacher: Medvedenko L.G.



form positive attitude towards education and school. Generate interest in learning activities. Cultivate a love for the book.

Equipment: recording, greeting cards of fairy tale characters, alphabet, a selection of children's books, pencils, a poster, paper doves. nine0005

Lesson progress

1. Organization moment

- Hello dear guys! How beautiful, elegant, happy you are today!

1 September is the first day of the calendar,

Because that on this day

All girls and boys

cities and villages

Took bags, took books

AND went 1 time in 1 class. nine0005

Today real holiday. I congratulate you, dear children, dear adults, on this event. On this solemn day for everyone, I would like to wish the children success in this hard school work, and to you, dear parents, great patience and understanding, and for all of us - love and a benevolent attitude towards each other. to me very nice to see all of you in class. I was looking forward to this one day. You have finally become schoolchildren. And who dreamed of going to school sooner?

- Who was worried? Why? nine0005

(answers children)

- Guys, I was also worried and worried. I kept thinking about what would be me students. Maybe diligent and obedient, or maybe fidgety and rascals. But I know for sure that all our guys will definitely learn quickly. read and write well.

2. Acquaintance

Here and autumn.

Hello, school!

rang cheerful bell

I you logged in for the first time

B light and airy classroom.

What needed here?

NOT be lazy and study hard,

So that to know about everything in the world,

So that "5" to receive.

- I will study with you. I really want to help you and I want you to be interesting. I am your teacher. My name is Lyudmila Grigorievna.

- And now I'll get to know you. I'll read a poem if you hear your name get up.

3. Say Your Name Game

What you are beautiful,

elegant, ceremonial,

Such lovely

combed with bows girls sitting

And the boys are looking at us so neatly.

- Clap your hands if you're in a good mood.

(children clap)

- Let me try to guess why you are in such a good mood?

4. Guessing game

You Glad you have a nice bag. nine0005

Because that you have new beautiful things in your knapsack.

Because that you are elegant and beautiful today.

Because what you really want to go to school.

Because that you are students.

(answers children)

5. Fabulous congratulations

- Guys, all of you love and know fairy tales. Fairy tale characters sent you their congratulations. Guess Who are they.

Congratulations all first graders. I want to get smart and learn to read. When Papa Carlo gave me the alphabet, I exchanged it for a ticket to the puppet theater, which is very sorry. nine0005


I I also dream of going to school like you. If I had gone to school, I would have known that the wolf is a cunning predator, you can’t talk to him and say where he lives grandmother .

(Little Red Riding Hood)

If If we were in school, we would immediately build a brick house and not be afraid of the wolf.

(Three pig)

- Well done guys. What a pleasure to work with you. You already you know so much. Did your parents go to school too? I'm sure they They loved to read and know a lot of fairy tales. nineHow to Winnie the Pooh's friend's name? (Piglet)

Who did you like jam the most? (Carlson)

Who gave the talking log to Papa Carlo? (Giuseppe)

Name the name of the postman from Prostokvashino. (Pechkin)

Like the name of a young crocodile of fifty years? nine0003 (Gena)

Animal, traveling in a box of oranges and living in a telephone booth . (Cheburashka)

What the boy's name was uncle? (Fedor)

Who did not know anything, but became the hero of a famous book? (Dunno)

- Well done, respected parents. You set a good example for your children.

7. Acquaintance with the "ABC"

For In order to know a lot, you need to read a lot. We will learn to read the ABC.

If you want to know a lot,

a lot achieve,

Mandatory must learn to read.

All us - teachers and workers, academicians and poets, artists and scientists, miners and presidents were taught to read the alphabet. You must love and respect this great book.

Books there are many different things in the world

Interesting and funny.

I invite you you guys, read more of them. nine0005

Book Fair

(Children get acquainted with children's books)

8. Continue the proverb.

(work with parents)

- Who reads a lot ………. (he knows a lot).

- Read new book……. (met with a friend).

- The book is your friend, without it it’s like ….. (without hands).

- The book will help in work -…… (will help out in trouble).

Book – our friend, big and smart

Not will make you feel bored and discouraged

Will start dispute - cheerful, noisy,

will help new to know.

I let girls and boys,

All naughty kids

today they will say loudly - loudly

“Thank you, book country!

to you, girls, you boys,

C book to get along and make friends.

let love for a good book

C you will live together.

(questions for children )

- Do you have any books?

- Who reads them to you?

- What do you like to hear about books?

- Can you name your favorite?

- Who is its author?

- Our task is to learn to love Her Majesty - the Book.

A I know that some children already know how to read. Let's try to read the words off board .

(children Read words from the board)

Mom School 9000 calls the words - mom, dad, grandmother, grandfather, sister, brother, me.

- Give these words in one word (Family)

- Correctly. Let your family help you learn, support and rejoice every success and victory. nine0005

- Today, you and I, guys, have formed our school family. I am sure that she will be friendly.

10. Practical work (together with parents)

Pigeon - a symbol of peace. Each of you on a carved dove, together with your mother, will write your own name, and then we will stick them on the poster.

11. Parents' congratulations.

12. Handling to parents.

- I want to contact my parents. nine0005

Difficult raise a child now.

Many you need to know for this,

Love it must be understood,

How to praise him, how to scold,

Seriously Or talk to him with humor.

Children you should always help,

Each pick up for school in the morning.

Parting words good time to give.

Fairy tale read to them at night

And take a walk with the whole family on weekends,

communicate with your child,

A most importantly, without a doubt,

I wish great patience.

I I appeal to you, comrade children,

books are no thing in the world.

let books by friends come into houses,

Read all your life, get crazy .


you are a holiday today,

you now quite big.

Rejoice, you are a first grader,

New open the door to knowledge.

Came you are a baby in kindergarten,

Frightened cuddling up to mom.
You looked timidly at the guys,

At educators, for a nanny.

Passed year, you became big

And school opens doors

AND congratulating with all my heart,

Of course, I believe in your success.

You will learn read, write,

You will receive a lot of new knowledge.

Study to be on "5"

Open the world is dear to you. nine0005

here the cheerful bell rings

And school welcomes you.

Waiting lessons, recess

I excellent marks.

Will you you read, write,

Add and subtract.

Whole world and new class

Waiting today is a good time.

you are a holiday today,

My wonderful first grader,

To your path was easy,

These don't forget the lines.

Good luck in all subjects,

On questions know the answers.

Be diligent, study

K strive for new knowledge.


Rear there was a kindergarten,

Carefree days.

Front we have lessons

we now students.

A probably with toys

Must me to say goodbye,

I lessons now

I will study. nine0005

Books I will have

Thick – thick,

Read – I will know

Everything, what adults know.

Mommy, I won't,

I promise firmly I ,

What be proud soon

me all my family.

Each day coming from school

All I will tell you in detail
Whom I was friends with, what I found out

And I'll show you the notebook.

Become I can be an excellent student,

After all I'm not too lazy to study

Bring "5" will be

I from school every day.

"How to make reading lessons interesting?"

Modern life requires a quality education, high intellectual and physical development, deep knowledge of the surrounding world, a conscious, creative approach to nature and society from a person entering into it.

In the Concept of Modernization of Education in the Russian Federation, theorists and practitioners of the school are tasked with improving the teaching of schoolchildren as the leading type of their activity, finding ways, conditions, and a system of didactic tools in order to increase the cognitive activity of children in the educational process. As you know, the educational process proceeds more efficiently and gives better results if the teacher uses various methods of stimulating educational and cognitive activity in his work. Stimulation methods are conditionally divided into subgroups: methods of emotional stimulation; methods of development of cognitive interest; methods of formation of responsibility and obligation; methods of development of creative abilities and personal qualities of students. nine0005

Knowledge of the methods of stimulating cognitive activity is especially important at the initial stage of training. The psychological characteristics of younger students, their natural curiosity, responsiveness, special disposition to learn new things, readiness to perceive everything that the teacher gives, creates favorable conditions for the development of cognitive interests and activity in children. When learning is interesting, learning is easy. Therefore, every teacher thinks: “What can and should be done so that children go to school with a great desire? How to form and direct their desire to acquire knowledge?” nine0005

I also asked myself these questions. As a result of studying the psychological and pedagogical literature, the experience of teachers and its analysis, I came to the conclusion that it is possible to instill in children a cognitive interest in learning if you systematically accumulate and thoughtfully select fascinating didactic material that can attract the attention of each student. After all, what attracts children, makes them think, concentrate, is easier to remember, causes a feeling of joy and satisfaction. No wonder Sh.A. Amonashvili in his works noted that "the pedagogical process should provide the child with the joy of life, so that this process captivates him completely, with all his life aspirations and needs." nine0005

Literary reading is one of the main subjects in elementary school. After all, well-read children with a high level of speech development are successfully trained not only in primary grades, but also in the middle level. Without reading, a person cannot comprehend the world around him. Therefore, every teacher strives to make reading the most favorite lesson for children.

Children go to school with a great desire to learn to read first. Therefore, already from the first lessons, I begin to get acquainted with the letters. At the first literacy lesson, we get acquainted with the magical land of Bukvaria and its inhabitants: the gnomes Tim and Tom, the little fairies Irishka and Nastenka, the little man Emphasis. Next comes the block study of letters. When working on each letter, we work on articulation, learn poems for the studied letters. Thus, by the beginning of the letter period, children are practically familiar with all the letters of the alphabet. By the time they are introduced to consonants, children are quite good at classifying vowels and consonants. It is at this point that the process of learning to read begins. nine0005

I start each lesson with a warm-up. In the process of warming up, I pay great attention to work on diction, a clear pronunciation of words and phrases. Here, tongue twisters help me. In tongue twisters, you need to overcome all difficult sound combinations. It is very important to pronounce a complex word syllable by syllable, albeit at a slow pace, but pronounce it without any difficulties or reservations. Working on a tongue twister, I work out the purity of sound, intonation with the help of tasks: “Read the tongue twister with surprise, with joy, with indignation. ” The warm-up also includes reading open and closed syllables, composing words according to the syllable table, playing tricks "Tell a word", "Syllable lost", "Syllabic cloud", "Guess which letter is missing", "Day-night" and others. The collection of game exercises by V.V. is very helpful in the work. Volina "Entertaining ABCs". nine0005

To read consonant syllables with the studied consonant sound, repeat the vowels with the help of a manual that shows articulation when pronouncing vowels. Then, in front of the vowel, the studied consonant sound is placed in the pocket, the letters are “taken by the handles” - we read the resulting merging syllables. With the help of this manual, we conduct the game "Guess by my lips, to pronounce what syllable I have prepared."

Children come to grade 1 with a rather modest vocabulary. From the first steps I teach children to express their thoughts accurately, clearly, in a moderately loud voice. Proverbs and sayings help to replenish the vocabulary of words. In my lessons I use some of the techniques and methods developed in the manual by G.A. Bakulina "Intellectual development in the lessons of literacy." nine0005

Games, game techniques, riddles, puzzles, crossword puzzles used in the classroom make the process of learning to read and write more interesting, entertaining, and make it easier to overcome difficulties in mastering educational material. Various types of reading in the classroom do not let children get bored. But the most important thing is that the work is carried out systematically and regularly.

I will give an example of one of the lessons.

Lesson of literary reading in grade 1

Topic: "Reading syllables, words and texts with the letters M, m"


  1. to learn to distinguish sounds from words, to characterize them, to recognize learned letters; to form the skill of reading combinations of letters, words, sentences;
  2. develop phonemic hearing, attention, memory, ability to work with text, clearly answer the questions;
  3. to cultivate the desire for a healthy lifestyle, proper and rational nutrition.

Equipment: subject drawings, split alphabet, "Russian alphabet" V.G. Goretsky

Lesson progress.

1 . Organization for work.

Greeting, checking the readiness of the class and students for the lesson, setting them up for a good job.

2. Preparation for active educational and cognitive activity at the main stage of the lesson.

a) Actualization of students' knowledge

Drawings of the following items are placed on the board: cat, whale, car, ball, house, tree.

-Name the items on the board, try to remember them.

-Close your eyes. (the teacher makes 3 permutations).

-Open your eyes. In what order were the objects originally depicted? What items have changed places?

The teacher divides the depicted objects into 2 groups.

In the 1st group: whale, cat, car. In the 2nd group: ball, house, tree.

- Find the "extra" word in the 1st group, in the 2nd group (car, ball). nine0005

- On what basis did you exclude these words?

b) Formulate the objectives of the lesson together with the students.

- Let's pronounce the first sounds of "extra" words. Let's formulate the topic of today's lesson. (The word machine begins with the sound [m], the word ball - with the sound [m`], so the topic of today's lesson is “Reading syllables, words and texts with the letter“ m ".) In accordance with The topic of the lesson is to formulate the objectives of the lesson.

c) Phonetic charging:

  • Ma-ma-ma - I'm at home by myself.
    Mu-mu-mu - milk to whom?
    Mo-mo-mo - eat popsicle.
    We-we-we - we read.
    Mi-mi-mi - sing the note mi.

-Which syllable is extra? Why? Whose syllable is it - Tim or Tom? Think of words that begin with this syllable.

  • day-night game:
    Words are displayed alternately on the typesetting canvas: frames soap shovel.
  • work on the tongue twister:
    the cat lapped milk,
    A Borya dipped a roll in milk.

-Who lapped up milk?

-Who dipped the roll into milk?

-What was the cat doing?

-What did Borya dip into milk? (when answering questions, children read the tongue twister with a logical stress on the right word)

3. Learning new material.

1) Reading texts on p.91:

-What proper names are there in the text?

b) dictionary work:

-This text contains the dictionary word milk.

- How many syllables are there in this word? (3)

-Name the 1st syllable (mo), 2nd (lo), 3rd (ko).

-What interesting things have you noticed? (in each syllable the letter about ). nine0005

- The dictionary word milk is written with three letters about .

- Milk is a very important product. It contains many useful elements, including calcium. A lack of calcium in the body leads to a violation of posture, curvature of the spine, bone fractures, caries and many other diseases. To prevent this from happening, you need to drink milk, at least two glasses a day.

If you want to become healthy, cheerful, cheerful,

Drink fresh milk - it gives us strength!

c) reading the text "Rabbits" by buzzing reading;

d) reading - intelligence:

-Find the sentences that say:

-What does Maxim have in the barn?

-What did Maxim feed the rabbits?

-What did Ira do?

-How many times the word 9 is used in the text0808 rabbits ?

- What are the words with the letter "m ".


Together we help mom,
We wash our own laundry.
One, two three, four -
Stretched, bent over -
Well, we've worked hard.

e) reading the text “Mom” in pairs.

-Read the last sentence with proper intonation.

-What song did mother sing? nine0005

2) Word drawing according to fig. on p.92.

- Read the words and tell what picture the cheerful artist drew.

4. Primary check of understanding of new material.

Curious teacher game

-I will ask questions, you can only answer with words with sounds [m] and [m`].

-What is your favorite food? (ice cream, milk)

-Where do you like to go? (to the museum)

-Where are you going to go in summer? (by sea)

- What type of transport do you prefer? (car)

- What professions, specialties do you know? (painter, policeman, nurse).

5. Consolidation and application of knowledge.

a) typing words.

-I will read the riddle, and you will print the answer in your notebook:

The white stone has melted,
Left footprints on the board. (chalk)

Escapes like a living thing,
But I won't release it.
Foams with white foam,
Don't be lazy to wash your hands. (soap)

Over the river across,
The giant stretched out.
Across the river, on the back,
He let me walk. (bridge)

What kind of master did it on the glass,
And leaves, and herbs, and thickets of roses . (frost)

b) work on word schemes

-For any word, make a scheme, prepare to analyze the word according to the scheme.

6. Summing up the lesson.

The teacher gives a description of the work of the whole class in the lesson, as well as individual students.

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