More sharing: 1st grade textbook (Unit 3)

05 Sep


This is still homemade, still working on the other Units. I’m finally seeing the light. It’s not affiliated to any publisher house or something like that. I don’t have intellectual property in most of the images and pictures here. It’s for educational purposes and I am NOT obtaining any income for this. Actually, I’m losing time with my kids and sleep hours.

For the PDF file, please CLICK HERE FOR UNIT 3 and read the NOTES BELOW.

Ready to start

Ready to start

By moms’ request in my 2nd grade classes, I will try to make a 2nd grade textbook. STAY TUNE!

Recommendations and notes (same as before and extra):

  1. It’s meant to be black and white so the kids can color. It’s therapeutic and it helps them with the fine motor skills.
  2. It’s for both side of the page. You have to save trees.
  3. It’s not in any moment a replacement of your current textbook (at least not officially). You can use it as workbook, or homework book.
  4. If you are wondering, I check for different 5 textbooks (a friend lent me another) to make it, also what happened last year into consideration to make this textbook.
  5. It’s not perfect. Any error, mistake, omission or such, please notice me.
  6. If you are teaching 2nd grade for the first time and last year your students didn’t have English, you can totally use it. Most of the achievements are really similar in both grades.
  7. If you share it, just mention me. I would hate that this comes back to my hands in a CD for sell or something like that. Oh, all right then!
  8. Any doubts, send me a comment with email if you are not subscribed to my blog.
  9. If you are wondering why the page numbers go from 1-20, well, those are the ones they should learn and it’s better to take out copies. I think. I don’t know really.
I am so proud of myself

I am so proud of myself


Posted by on September 5, 2014 in 1st cycle, 1st grade, 2nd grade


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6 responses to “More sharing: 1st grade textbook (Unit 3)

  1. julieta

    September 5, 2014 at 7:09 am

    clap! clap! clap! you are awesome!!! thanks for the post ❤

  2. Luz

    September 7, 2014 at 8:04 pm

    thanks a LOT!!

  3. fraroqui

    January 26, 2015 at 7:33 pm

    Thank you!

  4. Citlali

    September 19, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    Hello!. I love this idea, my 2nd grade students didn’t have English last year, so I decided make something similiar, but I didn’t make by myself :S, Thanks for sharing it with us! Greetings from Puebla.


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