1st-2nd Grade Lessons and Activities

First and second grade teachers have five activities available to teach students about community works while developing language arts and math skills.  All lesson plans document common core standards met.   

The project’s introductory lesson provides teachers with a lesson plan, PowerPoint story, Who-What-When-Where-Why-How activity cards and letter-to-adult writing worksheet.

Introductory Lesson
More Powerful Than A Locomotive - PowerPoint
Who-What-When-Where-Why-How activity cards
Letter To Adult - Level 1
Letter To Adult - Level 2
Letter To Adult - Level 3

The interview with adult worksheet is an optional tool to help the student engage the family in the project.  Three different levels are available to support students with varied reading and writing skill levels.

Interview With Adult - Level 1
Interview With Adult - Level 2
Interview With Adult - Level 3

The tally lesson applies real world math to follow up on the introductory lesson, engaging the students in the measurement of cause and effect.

Tally Lesson Plan
Adults Asked Coloring Sheet
Yes Response Coloring Sheet
Block Chart

A website scavenger hunt worksheet is available for students to use in computer class during the project to help develop internet research skills

Web Scavenger Hunt Worksheet
Web Scavenger Hunt Worksheet - Key

The thank you letter worksheet provides the opportunity to not only follow the project through to completion but also supports writing and teaches the value of gratitude.

Thank You Letter Worksheet

Each donor receives FREE: A yo-yo, health screenings, donor rewards points. Each student who recruits a blood donor through the Kids Care lesson assignment receives an awareness band.

Bob Grant

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