Teaching resources for Kindergarten,
Grade 1 and Grade 2
Discover valuable curriculum-relevant videos and teaching resources to support you with lesson planning and delivery for first-grade students. Get unlimited access to our comprehensive video collection.
Free Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2 videos
A sample of our extensive video collection
You can watch our best-loved early elementary videos free, for a limited time. Discover why and how a huge number of schools already use ClickView content to enhance student outcomes in the elementary classroom.
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Countless K-2 lesson plan ideas
Our extensive collection of curriculum-relevant, rich video content has been created to engage young learners in the classroom and boost their educational outcomes. Within the collection, you’ll find plenty of lesson ideas across a huge range of topics and concepts. Our Miniclips series, for example, is a great way to use video to bring a concept to life, or to provide stimulus for a group discussion.
Designed to enhance critical-thinking skills
Add an interactive layer to any video to transform it into an effective tool for formative assessment. This experience engages students in active learning, as they develop important reflection skills. Learn more about interactive videos.
Simple to use
ClickView integrates seamlessly with your school’s learning management system (LMS). You can also show content in your kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 classes with confidence, knowing each of our videos has been carefully designed for early learners. Learn more about our VLE integrations.
Created with educational consultants
For your peace of mind, we collaborate with subject matter experts to make sure all our high-quality content aligns with current best practice and reflects accurate subject-area understanding.
Use video to deepen understanding
Our extensive collection of rich video content has been designed to help deepen your students’ understanding. You’ll find plenty to choose from across a huge variety of topics suitable for kindergarten, first grade and second grade, or to support blended learning a flipped classroom or interactive student activity. Just use the ClickView search function to explore videos by subject and grade level. Whether your students are learning to tell time or tell narrative stories, or your music students are learning about musical theater or jazz, you’re sure to find what you need.
Build strong learning foundations
We’re here to support educators and students to build strong learning foundations. Our early elementary video collection is tailored specifically to a younger audience, with all content selected for its relevance to current national educational practice.
Easy to use resources for kindergarten-second grade
Our training resources have been created to support your school as you implement ClickView. As a teacher, you can access onsite training with an advisor from the ClickView team or browse our online Help Center to watch tutorials on a number of topics. There are also tutorials available for your students to watch. Once you’re off and running, you’ll find you can easily edit and share videos with your classes and colleagues.
Free teaching resources
We know how busy you are and how important it is to have access to quality resources. With that in mind, all our videos come with educational resources, , such as kindergarten, first & second-grade school lesson plans and classroom activities. You can download these, edit them or print them out to use as you wish. From topics such as grammar, to measuring capacity, we’ve got you covered. Explore free teaching resources for your classes
Teaching strategies in an early elementary classroom
Using a range of innovative teaching strategies, such as differentiation, explicit teaching and goal setting is key for significant learning and growth in kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 classes. ClickView provides an extensive collection of rich video content and specific teaching resources to promote higher-order thinking and deepen your students’ understanding of a wide range of topics and concepts. Check out teaching strategies to incorporate in your lessons