ENGLISH READING PROGRAM GRADE 1 LESSON 1 – 10 (Bundle 1/4) Loads of resources! BARGAIN!
These resources form part of my ENGLISH READING PROGRAM for GRADE 1. Here is the first bundle (Lesson 1 – 10)
These resources are all linked to FREE YOUTUBE videos AND form part of my still developing ENGLISH READING PROGRAM for GRADE 1 learners. By putting Lesson 1 – 10 in a PLAYLIST, it will make it a lot easier for you to find and use.
This is the first bundle of 4. (There will be 40 lessons for Grade 1 with 10 lessons in each lesson. You can use one lesson per week. The lessons can be presented as one lesson or you may divide the week’s lesson into smaller parts. Whatever works best for you.
This bundle includes resources for teachers and worksheets and/or reading cards for the kids. There are over 100 resources in this bundle. It is a bargain that you can’t miss out on.
You can combine this Reading program with any other reading program. Each lesson is designed for one week. You can present the lesson in one long lesson or you can divide the lesson into smaller parts. It all depends on your kids in your classroom. Whatever works best for you.
English is my second language, so if you prefer to turn down the volume or pause the video and use your own voice or accent, you are more than welcome to do that if you prefer it that way.
Some of the lessons have more than one video to help you present your lesson. The order of the videos in the playlist will assist you with what you will need for your lesson presentation.
Here is the complete PLAYLIST for all the videos you might need to present GRADE 1 LESSON 1 – 10. You can download the videos with YOUTUBE DOWNLOADER and save it on a memory stick. Then there won’t be any streaming necessary.
Link to the playlist:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFwoyXoF043i-j–Nq92AppVc1Gwet3pd
Please remember that all the videos have copyright. You are more than welcome to use the videos in your classroom or at home and please share the links. However, nobody is allowed to download and use the videos as their own. All credit must go to the creator: I can/Ek kan Pleasant memories for educators. That way creators can create more useful resources.