First Grade Kit

Lessons for Levels A–K

Each Literacy Footprints lesson includes a short Word Study activity designed to help students learn to hear sounds in words and use them to problem-solve unknown words while reading and writing.

First Grade Kit Single Student
SKU: LFP-First-SS

Includes 1 copy of each book

First Grade Kit Single Student Includes:

Description

Literacy Footprints is a Guided Reading system designed for classroom teachers, intervention, ELL, Special Education teachers, and support staff who are teaching children to read and write. Each of the kits (Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Fifth/Sixth Grade, and the Intervention Partner) contains sequenced, high-quality leveled texts in a variety of genres. Students will encounter traditional tales, realistic fiction, fantasy, and informational text. The lesson cards that accompany the books follow Jan Richardson’s Next Step lesson format (Richardson, 2009 and 2016). Each lesson includes word study and phonics instruction based on The Next Step Forward in Word Study (Dufresne and Richardson 2019). Each kit also includes component materials designed by Jan Richardson and Michèle Dufresne to consistently support teachers throughout the lessons.

Click the Level below to see the list of titles in this kit.

Kit Titles Per Level

Number of titles

130

Levels

A - K

A B C D E F G H I J K
8 12 18 19 16 12 12 10 11 8 4

Level A

Choose a Pet

Find the Kittens

Insects

Look at This Mess

Looking Out

My Community

Snowboarding

Super Sam Has Fun

Level B

Animal Race

Baby Animals and Their Mothers

Can We Play

Counting with Rosie

Fruit Salad

How Many?

Marvin Dresses Up

Opposites

Snow Fun

Vehicles

Where Are We?

Where is My Dog?

Level C

A Carpenter's Tools

A Dinosaur Snack

A Season of Trees

Bella's Dinner

Colors

Come Here, Puppy

Fabulous Frogs

Fun in the Snow

Jasper the Fat Cat

Making Pizza

My Dog

Oliver Has a Snack

Stargazers

The Chicks Are Hatching

The Gingerbread Boy

The Three Little Pigs

The Water Park

We Love to Swim

Level D

A Hungry Puppy

Basketball

Bella's Bone

Big Trucks

Georgie Giraffe, the Detective

Giraffes

Hermit Crabs

How to Grow a Carrot

In the Forest

Jack and the Bean Stalk

Jack the Cowboy

Lost in the Jungle

Nap Time for Gilbert

No Cookies Before Dinner

The Loose Tooth

The Missing Earrings

The Missing Puppy

Where Are the Baby Chicks?

Where is My Hat?

Level E

A Birthday Present for Spaceboy

A Walk for Jasper

Bully Dinosaur

Castles

Fireflies

Gilbert the Pig Wears a Dress

Jack's New Skates

Lost in the Woods

Our Senses

Santa's Suit

Shooting Hoops

Spaceboy Finds a Friend

The Sky is Falling

The Space Fort

Whitewater Rafting

You Can Save Energy

Level F

A Tower of Pillows

All About Cars

Bella and Rosie Love the Fall

Gilbert Goes on a Picnic

Help for Santa

How to Catch a Fish

Little Dinosaur The Hero

Making Maple Syrup

Pickles Helps Out

Quack Goes Camping

Sea Stars

Swimming in the City

Level G

A Mouse in the House

A New Friend at the Beach

Cookies for Santa

Fantastic Fish

How to Give Your Dog a Bath

Puppy Trouble

Rosie Feels Sick

Sleep Tight, Spaceboy

Spiders

The Fishing Adventure

The Lost Valentines

Too Cold

Level H

A Cape for Daisy

Dinosaurs and Fossils

Pencils for Tidbit and Morsel

Petting Gilbert

Riding Bicycles

Space Fairy

The Seashell

The Shoemaker and the Elves

The Story of the Three Bears

Where Does Your Pizza Come From?

Level I

Adventure in the Purple Forest

Firefighters

Gilbert the Pig Has an Adventure

Going to School

In the Ocean

Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf

Math Tricks

Robots

Seasons

Space Monster's Birthday Party

The Ugly Duckling

Level J

A World of Squirrels

All About Soccer

Apples for Santa

Cats

Creepy, Crawly Caterpillars

Daisy's Airplane Trip

The Thunderstorm

Trouble for Jasper

Level K

Daisy to the Rescue

Keeping Watch

Quack the Brave Duck

The Princess and the Pea

Lesson Cards

  • Accompany each book.
  • Our lesson plans are designed to engage students in literacy learning while they read books and write stories. The activities instill confidence in students as they learn important early literacy behaviors, concepts of print, and letters and sounds.

Our Books

  • Pair clear, well-chosen fonts with wide spacing between words, thoughtful line breaks, and supportive photography and illustrations.
  • Award-winning nonfiction provides motivation for additional learning.

Our goal is simple.

We want all students
to become proficient readers
who just can’t wait to read
another book.