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					        Social Studies                      Curriculum Connections
           (The learner will…)                                                                The
                                            We believe children learn best as they

                                                                                            Primary
   Describe the qualities of good
                                            experience the world around them. Your
    citizenship in the home, school, and
                                            first grader will have the opportunity to
    community
                                            attend many culturally diverse field trips

                                                                                             School
   Interpret and use simple maps
                                            and participate in a variety of activities
   Explain the purpose of government
                                            within our own community. Children will
   Demonstrate the concepts of: goods
                                            participate in activities such as the
    and services; producers and
                                            following:
    consumers; wants and needs
   Distinguish between past, present,
                                               Nutcracker Ballet
    and future
                                               French/German/Spanish lessons with
   Explore diverse cultures
                                                High School students
                                               Wick’s Apple House
                                               Fernwood Nature Center visiting our
                                                school
                                               Fernwood Nature Center “on

                                            
                                                location”
                                                Planting seeds with High School
                                                                                          First Grade
              Science                       
                                                partners
                                                Young Authors with High School
                                                                                         Skill Expectations
           (The learner will…)                  partners
                                               Local Public Library
   Classify groups of living/nonliving
                                               Various community guest speakers           The Primary School
    things
                                               Curious Kids Museum Trip
   Show awareness of the five senses
                                               South Bend Chocolate Company Trip                   is a
   Investigate weather patterns
   Explore the earth’s surface: land and
                                               High School mentoring                      Reading Renaissance
    water                                                                                      Model School
   Begin to use the scientific method
                                                    Skills are aligned with
                                                                                                   and a
   Identify the parts of a plant and an
    insect                                      Michigan Curriculum Framework               Blue Ribbon School
   Develop an awareness of the water
    cycle
   Use scientific knowledge to ask               First Grade Teaching Staff
                                                                                             Mrs. Jill Perkins
    questions and make observations                        (revised July 2001)
                                                                                              First Grade
Reading/Language Arts                               Writing Skills                             Mathematics
           (The learner will…)                  (We will assist our learners in…)         (We will assist our learners in…)
   Use long and short vowels                  Printing first and last name             Classifying numbers: greater/lesser,
   Identify parts of a book                   Printing daily work legibly               even/odd
   Note details in a story                    Using descriptive language               Problem solving
   Choose the best title                      Beginning journaling; expressing         Reproducing repeating patterns
   Alphabetize to the first letter             thoughts in written form                 Identifying money: penny, nickel,
   Identify before/after                      Understanding plurals                     dime, quarter, half-dollar, dollar
   Listen and follow directions               Beginning to write complete              Adding and subtracting facts to ten
   Compare and contrast stories                sentences                                Rote counting to 100
   Identify rhyming words/sounds              Beginning to use appropriate             Identifying and writing numbers to
   Identify story elements                     punctuation (. , ? ! “)                   100
   Comprehend reading material at             Recognizing action and naming words      Telling time to the hour and half
    grade level                                Developing characters                     hour
   Express ideas orally                       Recognizing story patterns               Understanding place value of: ones,
   Demonstrate good listening behavior        Becoming aware of multi-cultural          tens, and hundreds
   Identify and read basic sight words         literature and language                  Estimating and measuring in inches
    and vocabulary words                                                                  and centimeters
   Demonstrate mastery of letters                                                       Counting in multiples of 2, 5, and 10
   Use sound/symbol relationships                                                        to 100
   Retell, dramatize, or dictate a story                                                Beginning to use simple fractions
   Demonstrate an awareness of                                                          Identifying days of the week,
    classroom reference materials                                                         months of the year, number words,
   Explain the difference between                                                        and color words
    fiction and non-fiction stories                                                      Comparing, sorting, and classifying
                                                                                          geometric shapes
                                                                                         Making and reading a simple graph
                                                                                         Organizing data using tally marks

				
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