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									                                                                                                    Kinder 2004-05 Curriculum Map
                       AUG.19-SPE.10    SEP.13-OCT.1     OCT.4-OCT.27       NOV.1-NOV.23     NOV.29-DEC.17    JAN.3-JAN.21      JAN.24-FEB.11      FEB.15-MAR.11       MAR.14-APR.5         APR.11-APR.29     MAY.2-MAY27
                      Title            family          fiction/non-        Rhyming,         alliteration     genres: fairy     genre: realistic genre: NF           genre: NF
                      author           phoneme         fiction,            making word      Phoneme          tales             fiction          information         biography
READING




                      nursery          substitution,   predictions         families         deletion,        likely events
                      rhymes           comprehens                          monitoring,      Genre:fantasy
                      CAP              ion strand                          using context    questions
                                       t/o                                 & clues
                      Alphabetic Principle, Name       Sight words         upper/lower      Count words      clap syllables,   ideas            sentences           multiple
WRITING




                      writing, Letter formation        the, is, a, I, we   case, using      in sentences,    root words +                                           sentences
                      spaces, words: names             ?.!                 lines, use       blending         ing, ed, s
                                                                           resources        sounds
                      Me: school,                      prevention          Thanksgiving     healthy          maps: map of      Valentine's
SOCIAL STUDIES




                      rules, safety                    dimension           Native           snacks,          room, school,
                                                       Halloween           Americans        cultural         globes
                                                                           voting           traditions
                                                                                            Christmas

                      baby animals     Care for self Night animals         Cranberry Bog                     winter                             differences         habitats              animals that       Ocean
                                                     fall                                                    birds                              between babies                            live in water      animals
SCIENCE




                                                     plants                                                                                     & adults
                                                                                                                                                (animals &
                                                                                                                                                people)
                      sorting          AB pattern      AAB pattern         ABC pattern       foods           measuring,   draw sets             sort by attribute   above/below/          money: nickels,
                      shapes           ordinal &       count by 5's,       1-1               candy           count to 100 sets of 5,10,         & justify           beside                dimes, quarters,
MATH




                      colors           counting #'s    10's, 1's           graphing          counting        ABCD pattern 100
                      AB pattern                                                             kitchen tools
                      safety, school, baby             pumpkins,           Healthy snacks, voting,           snow & ice,       feb:             March: weather      april: five senses,                      May:
classroom magazines




                      animals, colors, ABC's,          firehouses,         holiday treats, cranberry bog,    MLK, baby         valentine's,     watching,           earth day,                               bubbles,
                      colors in my classroom           nocturnal           food counting book                seal, freezing    president,       astronauts, sky,    habitats, animals                        divers, frogs,
                      book                             aniumals, night                                       & melting         animal teeth,    spring              that lay eggs book                       ocean
                                                       workers book                                                            animals                                                                       animals
                                                                                                                               underground
                                                                                                                               book
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Date             Sept.30-3                 Sept. 6-10 A Sept.13-17                         B Sept. 20-24 C Sept. 27-Oct. 1 Oct. 4 – 8 E
Theme            Color shapes              All about Me Bears                                Cats          Safety      D Healthy Habits
Reading          • intro reading centers   • “Apple Book”             • characters in a story   • teach sight wd. “a”     • teach sight wd. “dog”   • count wds. in a
                                           • “Aa” book                • setting                 • teach sight wd. “cat”                               sentence
                 • L1:1a,b                                            • fiction/non-fiction
                   -learning to listen &                              • O3:2e                                                                       • L3:1a
                     follow directions                                  -real/make believe

Math             • Number 1                • Number 2                 • Number 3                • Number review 0-3       • Number 4                • Number 5
                 • intro manipulatives                                                          • count sets to 3         • pattern block names     • sorting
                 • shapes (4 basic)                                                             • graph favorite cookie                             • review AB pattern
                 • M3:1a,b,c,d             • M5:1a,b                  • M2:1                    • M5:1a,b
                 • M5:1a,b graph fish         -graph favorite apple      -sorting buttons &
                 • M1:2b compare sets      • M1:2b                        bears
Writing          • names                   • intro interactive        • journals                • intro Word Wall         • teach writing around    • L3:1a
                 • intro writing center       writing                                             -put up “a, cat, bear”     the classroom            -count words
                 • types of writing        • “I like me!”             • L2:2e “!”                 -use them in writing                              • L2:2e
                 • read “Bunny Cakes”         -(hang on wall)         • L8:1                    • practice spelling “cat” • L2:2e                     -review “?, ., !”
                 • writing sample #1       • intro journals           • L8:2                    • make traveling book                               • 3 ways to end a
                                           • L8:1                                                 -“A cat”                                            sentence
                                                                                                • L2:2e
Science          • O3:1a weather/                                     • O3:2a bears             • O3:2a cats
                    seasons                                           • O3:2b                   • O3:2b
                                                                        -what is a baby bear      -what is a baby cat
                                                                         called-cub                like?
                                                                                                  -what is it called?

Social Studies   • talk about school and                              • O2:1e
                    the people who work                                 -know names of table
                    there                                                mates
                 • O2:2a rules             • O2:2a rules              • O2:2a rules
                 • O2:2b
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Other            • O2:2a rules               • O2:1 alike &                                                              • O1:1 basic safety      • O1:1 body care
                 • O2:2e teach pledge,       different                                                                   • 911                    • invite nurse in
                    shape of flag               family members                                                           • stop, drop, roll       • proper food
                 • O1:2d walk in a line                                                                                  • fire, burns            • signs of phys. activity
                                                                                                                         • make drums/dance       • harmful substances


Date             Oct. 11 – 15 F Oct. 18 – 22 G Oct. 25 – 29 H Nov. 1 – 5                                             J Nov. 8 - 12 I Nov. 15 –23 K
Theme            Fall           Halloween      Halloween      Fairy Tales                                              Thanksgiving Thanksgiving
Reading          • sight word “fall”         • sight word “go”      • sight word “happy”       • L7:1e retelling
                                                                                               • fairy tales
                                                                                                 -Jack & the Beanstalk
                                                                                               • L5:2 events possible
                                                                                                  & not

Math             • review numbers 0-5        • number 6             • number 7                 • M4:2a,b measuring       • number 8               • number 9
                 • patterns AB, ABC          • Halloween patterns   • Halloween graph            -compare size           • M1:1a,b counting obj
                                             • intro geo boards                                                            in sets-worksheet,
                                                                                                                           construct models of
                                                                                                                           numbers 1-10, count
                                                                                                                           beads for necklace
Writing          • things we like to do in                          • write in journal about   • write about being sm.                            • L8:6c thank-you
                    fall                                              what you were for          as if you were Jack                                picture or letter
                                                                      Halloween                • L8:6b write about
                                                                                                 favorite fairy tale


Science          • O3:1 investigate                                                                                                               • make butter
                   changes in the season
                 • video 4043
                 • animals in winter
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Social Studies                                                       • O2:2d traditions-      • O2:3b pretending to     • O2:3a music,           • O2:2d family
                                                                       what happens, what       be a character in a       tradition, dance,        traditions, what do
                                                                       does your family do?     story, feelings,          other cultures           you do?
                                                                                                movement                • O2:3c visual art,      • O3:3 use globe
                                                                                                                          other cultures         • make turkey hat

Other            • songs with 5 in them     • intro Leap pads                                 • video: fairy tales      • video: Legend of the
                 • make “fall is fun” hat   • Grandparent’s day                               • L1:2a, b                   Paintbrush 4521
                                                                                                                        • make Indian shaker
                                                                                                                        • dance w/ shaker and
                 • TESTING                  • TESTING                • TESTING                ••• SEP’s •••               drum


Date             Nov.29 –Dec.3 Dec. 6 – 10 M Dec. 13 – 17                                     Jan. 3 – 7  N Jan. 10 – 14 N Jan. 17 – 21 P
Theme                          Christmas     O                                                Nursery Rhymes Nursery Rhymes Penguins
                                             Christmas
Reading          • L2:1b logo language      • L3:1a count words in                            • L3:1b words that                                 • L3:1c
                                              sentence, space                                   rhyme                                            • L3:2b beginning
                                              between words                                   • L3:1a count words in                               sounds
                                                                                                sentence, space                                  • wds. that start w/ “p”
                                                                                                between words

Math             • number 10                • number 11              • number 12              • teen numbers            • numbers 0-20           • numbers 0-20
                 • count by 10’s            • review numbers 0-10    • review numbers 0-10    • order                   • order 10-20            • penguin patterns
                                            • count by 10’s          • count by 10’s          • count by 10’s           • M4:2a, b compare
                                            • M4:2d                                                                       size w/ paperclips
                                            • M4:1c money, sort,                                                        • Jake Be Nimble
                                              value
Writing          • L8:6d, e write about                              • draw sets of opposites • L3:5 “at” family wds.   • interactive writing
                   reindeer                                          • label                  • L4:4 make new wds.,     • “opposites” book
                                                                                                space between words     • L3:1a
                                                                                                                        • L8:6d, e group write
                                                                                                                           and share
                                                                                                                        • write a sentence
                                                                                                                        • teach sentence song
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Science                                                                                                                                     • O3:3 use map &
                                                                                                                                              globe
                                                                                                                                            • discuss where
                                                                                                                                              penguins live

Social Studies                             • O2:2d family
                                             traditions




Other            • make reindeer for the                                                    • L5:2b                                         • Pajama day
                   hall                                                                     • intro Willy Word
                                                                                               Worm
                                                                                            • sightwords 2-3 /wk.



Date             Jan. 24 – 28 Q Jan. 31 – Feb.4 Feb. 7 – 11                            V Feb. 14 – 18 T Feb. 21 – 25 U Feb.28 – Mar.1
Theme            Winter         R     Dinosaurs Valentines                               Chinese N. Y. Symbols USA S         5 Senses
Reading          • seasonal books about    • L3:4a                  • L7:1&2 purpose and    • L7:3 chinese folk     • L7:1&2 purpose and    • L7:3b, c non fiction
                   Winter                  • clap syllables in        comprehension           tales                   comprehension
                 • L3:3&4 onset/rime         dinosaur, word wall    • read aloud                                    • read aloud
                   “an” family               words                  • L3:3&4 onset/rime
                 • O1:2e                                              “ad” family

Math             • numbers 0-20            • dino math              • M2:1 & M4:2a, b sort • numbers 0-30           • M4:1c & M4:2d         • numbers 0-30
                 • M5:1 patterns- body     • M1:3 add & subtract      valentine hearts used • tangrams                review money
                   movement                • graph favorite dinos     to measure objects in • M1:3 add & subtract   • M1:3 add & subtract
                 • graph snowball color       -4 choices              class
                   marshmallows                                     • M1:3 add & subtract
                 • estimation jar                                     pictures
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Writing          • L8:6d, e               • what would happen if • L8:6 make valentine    • “a wish for your                               • traveling book on the
                   -book about winter       you found a dino?      for parents              family” sentence                                  5 senses
                   -take home book        • class rhyme-follow a • make simple rhyme
                    group write and         pattern 7 change wds.  pattern
                    share

Science          • where do snowflakes                                                                                                     • O3:1c how the 5
                   come from?                                                                                                                senses help us gather
                 • what happens to snow                                                                                                      information
                   when it comes inside
                 • book-“Snowy Day”

Social Studies   • O3:1 seasons                                  • O2:3b (library)        • year of the rooster
                                                                 • storytelling
                                                                 • friendship



Other                                     • O1:3d, e             • valentine boxes        • pop can noise maker   • red, white, and blue
                                          • O1:2b, e             • 100th day math party   • Friday-tie day          day
                                          • dino music

                                                                                                                                           • TESTING


Date             Mar. 7- 11 W Mar. 14 – 18   Mar. 21 – 25                                 Mar.28-April 1 April 4 – 8   April 11 – 15
Theme            Wild Animals X, Y, Z/Spring Easter/Spring                                ABC Celebrate Review/Sp. Br. Pig&Pancakes
Reading          • L3:3&4 onset/rime      • L3:3&4 onset/rime    • L3:3&4 onset/rime      • review A-Z            • review and fun         • L3:3&4 onset/rime
                   “op” family words        “in” family words      “ed” family words      • multiple ABC books                               “ig” family words
                 • non fiction books                             • “ing” ending                                                            • L5:2b sight words
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Math             • add & subrtract       • add & subtract          • add & subtract      • review 0-20                    • review more or less
                 • graph favorite wild   • M3:1 review shapes      • M3:2 review math    • M1:2 1to1
                   animal                • AB pattern zebra          position words        correspondence
                   -4 choices



Writing          • what animal would     • what do you like best   • 2 sentences about   • review                         • write a pig story
                   you like to be?         about spring?             Easter Bunny
                 • draw & write          • review brainstorming
                   -save for SEP conf.


Science          • O3:2 animals                                                          • review
                 • how do animals move




Social Studies                                                                           • review




Other                                                                                                                     • make pancakes on
                                                                                                                            Friday


                 • TESTING               • TESTING                 • SEP’s


Date             April 18 – 22           April 25 – 29             May 2 – 6             May 9 – 13         May 16 – 20   May 23 – 27
Theme            Farms                   Pets                      Insects               Seasons            Wacky week    Pirates
Kinder 2004-05
Reading          • L5:2b sight words      • L3:3&4 onset/rime        • L3:3&4 onset/rime        • L5:2b sight words        • review and fun           • review and fun
                                            “og” family                “ug” family
                                                                     • L5:2b sight words



Math             • graph favorite farm    • graph favorite pet       • graph favorite insect    • graph favorite season
                   animal




Writing          • 2 sentences about 1    • 2 sentences about        • sentences about bugs
                   topic                    your pet ____ ?




Science          • O3:2 animals caring    • O3:2 animals             • M3:1 make an insect
                   for their young        • O3:2 c, d bring pet to   • insect body parts
                                            school to observe



Social Studies                                                                                                                                        • end of year party




Other            • field trip to a farm   • stuffed animal pet       • practice dance for the   • practice dance for the   • practice dance for the   • school dance festival
                                            show                       school dance festival      school dance festival      school dance festival    • make treasure maps
                                                                                                                           • FIELD DAY                • use map and globe

                                                                                                • TESTING                  • TESTING
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                 Kindergarten 2004-2005
                               August/September                                                                  Units/Activities
           Standard 1 Oral Language                                                          Name Activities – letters, syllables, initial sounds, concepts of
           1. 1 Develop language through listening and speaking.                             print, etc.
           a. Identify specific purpose(s) for listening
           b. Listen and demonstrate understanding by responding appropriately (e.g.,
                                                                                             Start Word Wall
           follow multiple-step directions, restate, clarify, question).
           c. Speak clearly and audibly with expression in communicating ideas.
           d. Speak in complete sentences.                                                   Listening for rhyming words
           1. 2 Develop language through viewing media and presenting.
           a. Identify specific purpose(s) for viewing media (i.e., to identify main idea    Beginning of the year class books
           and details, to gain information, distinguish between fiction/nonfiction).
           b. Use a variety of formats (e.g., show and tell, drama, sharing of books and
           personal writings, choral readings, informational reports, retelling
           experiences and stories in sequence) in presenting with various forms of
           media.
           Standard 2 Concepts of Print
           2. 1 Demonstrate an understanding that print carries “the” message.
           a. Recognize that print carries different messages.
           b. Identify messages in common environmental print
           2. 2 Demonstrate knowledge of elements of print within a text.
           a. Discriminate between letters, words, and sentences in text.
           b. Match oral words to printed words while reading.
           c. Identify punctuation in text
           Standard 3 Phonological and Phonemic Awareness
           3. 1 Demonstrate phonological awareness.
           a. Count the number of syllables in words.
           b. Count the number of syllables in a first name.
           3. 2 Recognize like and unlike word parts (oddity tasks).
           a. Identify words with same beginning consonant sounds (e.g., man, sat,
           sick) and ending consonant sounds (e.g., man, sat, ten) in a series of words.
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           b. Identify words with same medial sounds in a series of words (e.g., long
           vowel sound: take, late, feet; short vowel sound: top, cat, pan; middle
           consonant sound: kitten, missing, lesson).
           Standard 4 Phonics and Spelling
           4. 1 Relationship between letters and sounds.
           a. Write letters to represent spoken sounds of all letters of the alphabet in
           random order.
           b. Identify and pronounce sounds for consonants
           c. Identify and pronounce sounds for short and long vowels, using patterns
           4. 3 Spell words correctly.
           a. Write sounds heard in words in the correct order.
           b. Hear and write beginning, middle, and ending consonant sounds to spell
           one-syllable words.
           d. Spell an increasing number of grade level high-frequency and irregular
           words correctly (e.g., bear, gone, could).
           4. 4 Use spelling strategies to achieve accuracy
           a. Use knowledge about spelling to predict the spelling of new words.
           b. Associate the spelling of new words with that of known words and word
           patterns.
           Standard 6 Vocabulary
           6. 1 Learn new words through listening and reading widely.
           a. Use new vocabulary learned by listening, reading, and discussing a
           variety of genres.
           b. Learn the meanings of a variety of grade level words
           c. Use resources to learn new words by relating them to known words (e.g.,
           books, charts, word walls, simple dictionaries).
           6. 3 Use structural analysis and context clues to determine meanings of
           words.
           b. Use context to determine meanings of unknown key words.
           Standard 7 Comprehension
           7. 2 Apply strategies to comprehend text.
           a. Relate prior knowledge to make connections to text (e.g., text to text, text
           to self, text to world).
           b. Ask questions about text read aloud and independently.
           c. Make predictions using picture clues, title, text, and/or prior knowledge
           Standard 8 Writing
           8. 1 Prepare to write by gathering and organizing information and ideas
                                                                                             Name Activities-writing
           (pre-writing).
           a. Generate ideas for writing by reading, discussing literature and               Journal writing begins
           informational text, drawing, looking at books, being read to, and reflecting      Interactive Write class rules
           on personal experiences.
           b. Select topics from generated ideas.
           8. 5 Use fluent and legible handwriting to communicate.
           a. Print all upper- and lower-case letters of the alphabet and numerals 0-9
           using proper form, proportions, and spacing.
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           b. Write with increasing fluency in forming manuscript letters and
           numerals.
           c. Produce legible documents with manuscript handwriting.
           8. 6 Write in different forms and genres.
           a. Produce personal writing (e.g., journals, lists, friendly notes and letters,
           personal experiences, family stories, literature responses).
           b. Produce traditional and imaginative stories, narrative and formula poetry
           as a shared writing activity.
           c. Produce functional text (e.g., ABC books, lists, labels, signs, how-to
           books, observations).
           d. Share writing with others using illustrations to add meaning to published
           works.
           e. Publish group and individual products.
                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                     Number Words & Writing Numerals
                1. 1 Represent whole numbers in a variety of ways.
                a. Relate number words to the numerals that represent the quantities 0 to 10.
                f. Use zero to represent the number of elements in the empty set                  Recognizing Patterns
                1. 2 Identify simple relationships among whole numbers.
                b. Use the vocabulary “greater than,” “less than,” and “equal to” when            One to One Matching & Counting
                comparing sets of objects or numbers.
                c. Order sets of objects and numbers from 0 to 20.
                d. Use ordinal numbers 1st through 5th (i.e., 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th).           Graphing Activities
                1. 3 operations addition and subtraction
                a. Demonstrate the joining and separating of sets with twelve or fewer            Ordinal Numbers (ie. 1st in line)
                objects and record the results with pictures or symbols.
                c. Use correct vocabulary and symbols to describe addition (i.e., add, “and,”
                plus, +, sum), subtraction (i.e., subtract, minus, -, take away, how many         Sorting & Classifying Activities
                more/fewer), and equals (i.e., =, same as).
                d. Use zero in addition and subtraction sentences.                                Begin Calendar- learning days of the week & months of the
                Standard 2 Use patterns and relations
                2. 1 Recognize and represent patterns with one or two attributes.
                                                                                                  year
                a. Sort and classify objects by one or two attributes.
                b. Identify, create, and label simple patterns using manipulatives, pictures,
                and symbolic notation (e.g., ABAB)
                c. Identify patterns in the environment.
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                d. Identify horizontal and vertical patterns on hundreds charts.
                Standard 3 Simple geometric shapes and describe spatial relationships
                3. 1 Describe, identify, and create simple geometric shapes.                      .
                a. Identify, name, draw, create, and sort circles, triangles, rectangles, and
                squares.
                b. Identify circles, triangles, rectangles, and squares in the students’
                environment.
                c. Recognize that combining simple geometric shapes can create more
                complex geometric shapes.
                3. 2 Describe simple spatial relationships.
                a. Use and demonstrate words to describe position (i.e., between, before,
                after, middle, left, right).
                b. Use and demonstrate words to describe distance (i.e., closer, farther).
                Standard 4 Simple measurement tools and techniques.
                4. 2 Techniques and tools to determine measurements.
                c. Name the days of the week, months of the year, and seasons in order.
                Standard 5 Collect and draw conclusions from data and basic probability.
                5. 1 Collect, organize, and display simple data.
                a. Collect physical objects to use as data.
                b. Collect, represent, and interpret data using tables, tally marks,
                pictographs, and bar graphs.




                Standard 1 Develop a sense of self                                                Color Words Unit
                1. 1 Responsible behaviors for health and safety.
                a.Practice appropriate personal hygiene (e.g., bathe, wash hands, clean           School & Class Rules
                clothes).
                c.Describe the benefits of physical activity.
                e.Practice basic safety and identify hazards.                                     Pledge of Allegiance
                1. 2 Gross and fine motor movement.
                a.Participate daily in short periods of physical activity that require exertion   All about Me Activites
                (e.g., one to three* minutes of walking, jogging, jump roping).
                b.Perform fundamental locomotor (e.g., skip, gallop, run) and
                nonlocomotor (twist, stretch, balance) skills with mature form.
                c.Develop manipulative skills (e.g., cut, glue, throw, catch, kick, strike).
                1. 3 Communicate ideas, information, and feelings.
                a.Recognize and express feelings in a variety of ways (e.g., draw, paint, tell
                stories, dance, sing).
                b.Express how colors, values, and sizes have been controlled in artworks to
                create mood, tell stories, or celebrate events.
                c.Sing a melody independently, with developing accuracy and a natural
                voice that is free from strain.
                d.Create simple rhythm, movement, and melody patterns with body
                percussion and instruments.
                Standard 2 Sense of self in relation to families and community.
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                2. 1 Behaviors that influence relationships with family and friends.
                b.Describe tasks at home and school.
                d.Recognize that choices have consequences which affect self, peers, and
                family.
                e.Describe behaviors that initiate and maintain friendships.
                2. 2 Important aspects of the community and culture that strengthen
                relationships.
                a.Practice democratic processes (e.g., follow family and classroom rules,
                take turns, listen to others, share ideas).
                c.Identify changes in the school and neighborhood over time.
                d.Identify and use technology in your home, school, and community (e.g.,
                computer, TV, radio).
                e.Show respect for state and national symbols and patriotic traditions; recite
                the Pledge of Allegiance.
                                              October                                                            Units/Activities
                Standard 3 Phonological and Phonemic Awareness                                  Identifying Genres & Author’s Purpose – Read about
                3. 3 Orally blend word parts (blending).
                                                                                                Columbus, Halloween, etc. Fiction & Non-fiction books
                a. Blend syllables to make words (e.g., /ta/…/ble/, table).
                b. Blend onset and rime to make words (e.g., /p/…/an/, pan).
                c. Blend individual phonemes to make words (e.g., /s/ /a/ /t/, sat).            Introduce concept of schema
                3. 4 Orally segment words into word parts (segmenting).
                a. Segment words into syllables (e.g., table, /ta/…/ble/).
                                                                                                Spelling with word families- CVC & sight words
                b. Segment words into onset and rime (e.g., pan, /p/…/an/).
                c. Segment words into individual phonemes (e.g., sat, /s/…/a/…/t/).
                Standard 4 Phonics and Spelling                                                 Introduce consonant diagraphs, blends, and silent e
                4. 2 Use knowledge of structural analysis to decode words.
                a. Identify and read grade level contractions and compound words.
                e. Use letter patterns to decode words (e.g., phonograms/word
                families/onset and rime: -ack, -ail, -ake).
                4. 3 Spelling
                c. Spell short vowel words with consonant blends and digraphs (e.g., bl, st,
                nt, sh, wh, th).
                e. Learn the spellings of irregular and difficult words (e.g., river, house,
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                animal).
                4. 4 Spelling Strategies
                c. Use spelling generalities to assist spelling of new words (e.g., one vowel
                between two consonants, silent “e” on the end of a word, two vowels
                together).
                Standard 6 Vocabulary
                6. 3 Word Meaning
                a. Identify meanings of words using the root word and known endings (e.g.,
                car, cars; jump, jumped, jumping).
                Standard 7 Comprehension
                7. 1 Identify purposes of text.
                a. Discuss purpose for reading.
                b. Discuss author’s purpose.
                7. 2 Comprehension Strategies
                d. Make inferences and draw conclusions from text.
                e. Identify topic/main idea from text noting details.
                f. Retell using important ideas/events and supporting details in sequence.
                g. Compile information from text.
                7.3 Narrative & Informational Text
                b. Identify different genres: nursery rhymes, fairy tales, poems, realistic
                fiction, fantasy, fables.


                Standard 8 Writing                                                              Introduce the “Hamburger” Writing format (Organization,
                8.1 Pre-writing
                                                                                                Conventions, and Ideas)
                c. Identify audience for writing.

                                                                                                Celebrate writing with classroom audience. Giving
                                                                                                students agency as authors.
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                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                   Explore Addition and Subtraction with manipulatives and
                1.3 Operations addition and subtraction
                a. Demonstrate the joining and separating of sets with twelve or fewer
                                                                                                written symbols.
                objects and record the results with pictures or symbols.
                b. Model two meanings of subtraction:separating of sets (take away)
                c. Use correct vocabulary and symbols to describe addition (i.e., add, “and,”
                plus, +, sum), subtraction (i.e., subtract, minus, -, take away,
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                Standard 2 Use patterns and relations
                2.2 Recognize and represent relations using mathematical symbols.
                a. Recognize that “=” indicates a relationship in which the quantities on
                each side of an equation are equal.
                b. Recognize that symbols such as , , or in an addition or subtraction
                equation represent a missing value that will make the statement true (e.g., +
                3 = 6, 5 +7 = , 4 = 5 – ).




                Standard 1 Develop a sense of self                                              Red Ribbon Week
                1.1 Responsible behaviors for health & safety
                d.Describe substances that are helpful and harmful to the body.
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                                             November                                                               Units/Activities
                Standard 3 Phonological and Phonemic Awareness                                     Continue to Explore Informational Text
                3. 5 Orally manipulate phonemes in words and syllables (manipulation).
                a. Substitute initial and final sound (e.g., replace first sound in mat to /s/,
                say sat; replace last sound in mat with /p/, say map).                             Use the CELL Elements to emphasize ending phonemes
                b. Substitute vowel in words (e.g., replace middle sound in map to /o/, say
                mop).
                c. Delete syllable in words (e.g., say baker without the /ba/, say ker).
                d. Deletes initial and final sounds in words (e.g., say sun without the /s/, say
                un; say hit without the /t/, say hi).
                e. Delete initial phoneme and final phoneme in blends (e.g., say step
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                without the /s/, say tep; say best without the /t/, say bes).
                Standard 7 Comprehension
                7. 3 Features of narrative and informational text.
                a. Identify beginning, middle, and end; characters; setting;
                problem/resolution.




                                                                                                   Continue to emphasize organization, conventions, and
                                                                                                   ideas.
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                Standard 2 Use patterns and relations                                              Patterning Activities
                2.2 Recognize and represent relations using math symbols
                c. Demonstrate that changing the order of addends does not change the sum
                (e.g., 3+2=5 and 2+3=equals (i.e., =, same as).                                    Turn Around Facts
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                Standard 2 Sense of self in relation to families and community.                    Thanksgiving- study the Pilgrims
                2. 1 Behaviors that influence relationships with family and friends.
                b.Describe tasks at home and school.
                d.Recognize that choices have consequences which affect self, peers, and           Being a good citizen - voting
                family.
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                e.Describe behaviors that initiate and maintain friendships.
                2. 2 Important aspects of the community and culture that strengthen
                relationships.
                a.Practice democratic processes (e.g., follow family and classroom rules,
                take turns, listen to others, share ideas).
                c.Identify changes in the school and neighborhood over time.

                e.Show respect for state and national symbols and patriotic traditions; recite
                the Pledge of Allegiance.
                                            December                                                            Units/Activities
                                                                                               Read Alouds that focus on our Christmas Around the
                                                                                               World Countries
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                                                                                               Write paragraphs to tell about each country we “visit” for
                                                                                               Christmas Around the World


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                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                  Shape Hunt
                1. 4 Use fractions to identify parts of the whole.
                a. Share sets of up to ten objects between two students and identify each
                part as half.                                                                  Fraction Read Alouds
                b. Divide geometric shapes into equal parts, identifying halves and fourths.
                Standard 5 Collect and draw conclusions from data and basic probability.
                5. 2 Determine the likelihood of an event.
                a. Compare events to decide which are more likely, less likely, and equally
                likely.
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                Standard 2 Sense of self in relation to families and community.                Christmas Around the World- includes guest speakers from
                2. 3 Express relationships in a variety of ways.
                                                                                               our community, music, art, geography, etc.
                a.Describe traditions, music, dances, artwork, poems, rhymes, and stories
                that distinguish cultures.
                c.Create and perform/exhibit dances, visual art, music, and dramatic stories
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                from a variety of cultures expressing the relationship between people and
                their culture.
                                               January                                                            Units/Activities
                Standard 4 Phonics and Spelling                                                  Continue using CELL Elements to teach standards.
                4.1 Letter/Sound Relationships
                b. Identify and pronounce sounds for consonants, consonant blends (e.g.,
                br, st, fl) and consonant digraphs (e.g., ch, sh, wh, th) accurately in words.   Compound Words
                4. 2 Decoding Words
                       a.Identify and read grade level contractions and compound words.          Antonyms & Synonyms
                       b. Identify sound patterns and apply knowledge to decode one-syllable
                       words (e.g., blends, digraphs, vowel patterns, r-controlled vowels).
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                Standard 8 Writing                                                               Goal Setting
                8. 2 Compose a written draft.
                a. Draft ideas on paper in an organized manner (e.g., beginning, middle,
                end) utilizing words and sentences.                                              Friend Book
                b. Select appropriate words to convey meaning.
                8. 3 Revise by elaborating and clarifying a written draft.                       Writing Directions
                a. Revise draft to add details.
                b. Revise draft using descriptive words.
                c. Write in complete sentences.                                                  Handwriting Review
                8. 5 Use fluent and legible handwriting to communicate.
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                a. Print all upper- and lower-case letters of the alphabet and numerals 0-9      What Good Writers Do
                using proper form, proportions, and spacing.
                b. Write with increasing fluency in forming manuscript letters and
                numerals.                                                                        .
                c. Produce legible documents with manuscript handwriting.




                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                    Skip Count Songs
                1.2 Relationships among whole numbers
                d. Use ordinal numbers 1st through 5th (i.e., 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th).
                1. 5 Solve whole number problems using addition and subtraction in
                horizontal and vertical notation.
                a. Compute addition and subtraction facts to twelve.
                Standard 2 Use patterns and relations
                2. 1 Number Patterns
                e. Use patterns to establish skip counting by twos to 20 and by fives and
                tens to 100.
                f. Count backward from 10 to 0 and identify the pattern.
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                Standard 3 Understand Environment                                                Storytelling Festival preparation begins
                3.3 Express Relationships in a variety of ways
                b.Develop dramatic storytelling skills through flexibility in movement and
                voice, accurate sequencing, and listening and responding to others.              Martin Luther King Jr.
                Standard 2 Sense of self in relation to families and community.
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                2. 1 Behaviors that influence relationships with family and friends.             Friend Book
                d.Recognize that choices have consequences which affect self, peers, and
                family.
                e.Describe behaviors that initiate and maintain friendships.                     Goal Setting
                2. 2 Important aspects of the community and culture that strengthen
                relationships.                                                                   Feelings
                a.Practice democratic processes (e.g., follow family and classroom rules,
                take turns, listen to others, share ideas).
                c.Identify changes in the school and neighborhood over time.
                e.Show respect for state and national symbols and patriotic traditions; recite
                the Pledge of Allegiance.
                                             February                                                            Units/Activities
                Standard 4 Phonics and Spelling                                                 Recognize Author’s Word Choice
                4. 1 Letter/Sound Relationships
                c. Cont. (e.g., vc, vcv, cvc, cvvc, cvcv, cvc-silent e), and vowel digraphs
                (e.g., ea, ee, ie, oa, ai, ay, oo, ow) accurately in words.                     Long Vowels
                e. Identify and blend initial letter sounds with common vowel patterns to
                pronounce one-syllable words (e.g., /g/…/oa/…/t/, goat).
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                4.2 Decoding
                c. Demonstrate an understanding of representing same sound with different
                patterns by decoding these patterns accurately in one-syllable words (e.g.,
                ee, ie, ea, e).
                Standard 6 Vocabulary
                6.2 Use multiple resources to learn new words by relating them to known
                words and/or concepts.
                b. Determine gradients of meanings between related words and concepts
                (e.g., colonization: exploration, migrate, settlement).




                Standard 8 Writing                                                              Word Choice Activities – Editing writing for descriptive
                8. 4 Edit written draft for conventions.
                                                                                                words.
                a. Edit writing for capitals in names, first word of a sentence, and the
                pronoun “I” and correct ending punctuation (i.e., periods, question marks).
                b. Edit for spelling of grade level-appropriate words (e.g., would, down,
                made, write).                                                                   .
                c. Edit for standard grammar (i.e., complete sentences).
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                d. Edit for appropriate formatting features (i.e., spacing, margins, titles).




                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                   100’s Day
                1. 1 Representing Numbers
                b. Sort objects into groups of tens and ones and write the numeral
                representing the set.
                c. Represent whole numbers up to 100 in groups of tens and ones using
                objects.
                d. Write a numeral when given the number of tens and ones.
                e. Write a numeral to 99 in expanded form (e.g., 39 is 3 tens and 9 ones or
                30+9).
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                f. use zero as a placeholder in a two-digit numeral.
                1. 2 Relationships between whole numbers
                a. Identify the number that is one more or one less than any whole number
                from 1 to 99.




                Standard 1 Develop a sense of self                                              Science Rotations
                1. 1 Responsible Health & Safety
                b.Describe the benefits of eating a variety of nutritious foods.
                2. 2 Aspects of Community & Culture                                             Science Fair
                b.Describe physical features surrounding the home, school, and community.
                Standard 3 Students will develop an understanding of their environment          Storytelling Festival
                3. 1 Investigate plants and plant growth.
                a.Observe and draw pictures of plants.
                b.Compare seeds of plants and describe ways they may be carried through         Friendship- Valentine’s
                the environment (e.g., wind, water, animals).
                c.Observe and describe plants as they grow from seeds.                          Presidents
                d.Identify how people use plants (e.g., food, clothing, paper, shelter).
                e.Investigate and report conditions that affect plant growth.
                3. 2 Investigate water and interactions with water.
                a.Observe and measure characteristics of water as a solid and liquid.
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                b.Compare objects that float and sink in water.
                c.Measure and predict the motion of objects in water.
                d.Describe how plants and people need, use, and receive water.
                3. 3 Demonstrate how symbols and models are used to represent features of
                the environment.
                a.Use map skills to identify features of the neighborhood and community.
                b.Create representations that show size relationships among objects of the
                home, classroom, school, or playground.
                c.Identify map and globe symbols (e.g., cardinal directions, compass rose,
                mountains, rivers, lakes).
                d.Locate continents and oceans on a map or globe (i.e., North America,
                Antarctica, Australia, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean).
                                                 March                                                              Units/Activities
                Standard 4 Phonics and Spelling
                4.2 Decoding
                d. Use knowledge of root words and suffixes to decode words (i.e., -ful, -ly,
                -er).
                Standard 5 Fluency
                5. 1 Read aloud grade level text with appropriate speed and accuracy.
                a. Read grade level text at a rate of approximately 60 wpm.
                b. Read grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-100%.
                5. 2 Read aloud grade level text effortlessly with clarity.
                a. Read grade level text in three- to four-word phrases using intonation,
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                expression, and punctuation cues.
                b. Read with automaticity 100 first grade high-frequency/sight words.
                Standard 7 Comprehension
                7.3 Features of Narrative & Informational Text
                c. Identify information from pictures, captions, and diagrams.




                                                                                                   Teaching the students to add voice to their writing


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                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                      Class Store- practice money counting
                1.3 Number Sense
                b. Model two meanings of subtraction: separating of two sets (“take away”)
                and comparison of two sets (“how many more/fewer”) using objects,                  Measuring around the room
                pictorial representations, and symbols.
                Standard 4 Simple measurement tools and techniques.
                4. 1 Identify measurable attributes of objects and units of measurement.
                a. Identify the appropriate tools for measuring length, weight, volume,
                temperature, and time.
                b. Identify the values of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter.
                c. Estimate the length of an object by comparing to a nonstandard unit (e.g.,
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                How many new pencils wide is your desk?).
                4. 2 Techniques & Tools for Measuring
                a. Compare objects, using nonstandard units, according to their length,
                weight, or capacity (e.g., pencils/length, books/weight, boxes/volume).
                b. Read and tell time to the nearest hour.
                d. Determine the value of a set of the same coins that total 25¢ or less (e.g.,
                a set of 14 pennies equals 14¢, a set of 5 nickels equals 25¢, a set of 2
                dimes equals 20¢).
                Standard 5 Collect and draw conclusions from data and basic probability.
                5. 2 Likelihood of Events
                b. Relate past events to future events (e.g., The sun set about 6:00 last night,
                so it will set about the same time tonight).



                                                                                                   Continue Science Rotations
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                Standard 6 Vocabulary                                                        ABC Order Review
                6. 2 Use multiple resources to learn new words by relating them to known
                words and/or concepts.                                                       Using Dictionaries
                a. Use multiple resources to determine the meanings of unknown words
                (e.g., dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses).
                Standard 7 Comprehension
                7. 3 Narrative & Informational Text
                d. Identify multiple facts in grade level informational text.
                e. Locate facts from informational texts (e.g., picture books, grade level
                informational books).
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                                                 May                                                                Units/Activities
                Standard 4 Phonics and Spelling                                               “Bossy r” activites
                4. 1 Letter/Sound Relationships
                d. Identify and pronounce sounds for r–controlled vowels accurately in one-
                syllable words (e.g., ar, or, er).                                            Core Testing
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                Standard 1 Number Sense and Simple Operations                                 Core Testing
                1. 5 Solve Whole Number Problems
                b. Add three whole numbers with sums to twelve.
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                Standard 1 Develop a sense of self                                            Dance Festival
                1. 2 Gross & Fine Motor Skills
                d.Create and perform unique dance movements and sequences that                Field Day
                strengthen skills while demonstrating personal and spatial awareness.
                Standard 2 Sense of self in relation to families and community.               First Grade Fun Day
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                2. 1 Relationships between family & friends
                a.Explain how family members support each other.
                c.Explain how families change over time.
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                           2nd Grade Curriculum Map
                               August/September                                                                    October
                7.1.a. Identify purpose for reading.                                    7.2.b. Ask ?s about text read aloud and independently.
                                                                                        7.2.c Make and confirm predictions while reading using title,
                7.2.a. Relate prior knowledge to make connections: text/self
                                                                                        picture clues, text, and/or prior knowledge.
                7.2.c. Form mental pictures to aid understanding of text.               2.1.a. Recognize that print carries different messages.
                                                                                        2.1.b.Identify messages in common environmental print (e.g.,
                7.2.h. Monitor and clarify understanding applying fix-up strategies
                                                                                        signs, boxes, wrappers).
                while interacting with text.
                                                                                        7.3.a. Identify characters, setting, sequence, prob./res.
                2.2.a. Discriminate between letters, words, and sentences in text.
                                                                                        3.3.a. Substitute initial and final sound (change mat to sat, say sat;
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                2.2.b. Match oral words to printed words while reading.                 change mat to map, say map).
                2.2.c. Identify punctuation in text (i.e., .,?,!)
                                                                                        3.3.b. Substitute vowel in words (change map to mop)
                3.1.b. Count the number of syllables in a first name.
                                                                                        7.3.b. Identify diff. Genres: Fantasy
                7.3.b. Identify diff. Genres: Poems
                3.2.a. Identify words with same beg. Cons. sounds (man, sat, sick)      3.2.b. Identify words with same medial sounds in a series of
                and end. cons. sounds (man, sat, ten) in a set of words.                words (e.g., short vowel: man,sat,ten

                3.3.c. Blend individual phonemes to make words (/s/ /a/ /t/, sat).      1.1.c. Speak clearly and audibly with expression in
                                                                                        communicating ideas
                3.4.b. Segment words into onset and rime ( pan, /p../an/).


                8.1.a. Generate ideas for writing by reading, discussing literature
                and informational text, and reflecting on personal exp.

                8.1.b. Select topics from generated ideas.

                8.1.d.Use simple graphic organizers to organize information.
                                                                                        8.3.c Revise writing, considering the suggestions of others.
                8.2.a. Draft ideas on paper in an organized manner utilizing words
                and sentences (e.g., beginning, middle, end; main idea; details).       8.3.b. Enhance fluency by using complete sentences.
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                8.4.a. Edit writing for capitals in names, first word of a sentence,    8.2.a. Draft ideas on paper in an organized manner utilizing
                and the pronoun “I”, correct punctuation of sentence endings            words and sentences (beginning)
                8.5.a.Write demonstrating mastery of all upper- and lower-case
                manuscript letters and # .(form, proportions, and spacing.)

                8.5.b. Increase fluency in forming manuscript letters and #.

                8.6.e. Produce functional texts (e.g., lists, labels, signs).




                3.1.a. Identify, name, draw, sort, and compare circles, triangles,
                and parallelograms.
                3.1.b. Identify and name spheres, cones, and cylinders.                 1.1.a. Relate number words to the numerals that represent
                3.1.c.Find/identify familiar shapes in the students’ environment.       the quantities 0-100.
                3.1.d.Determine if a circle, triangle, square, or rect. has a line of
                symmetry.
                3.2.c. Identify shapes in various orientations (e.g., and ).            1.1.f. Demonstrate multiple ways to represent numbers
                2.2.a Recognize that “ ” indicates the quantities on each side are      using symbolic representations
                not of equal value.
                2.2.b Recognize that symbols in equations represent a value that        1.5.c. Add three whole numbers with sums to eighteen.
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                will make the statement true.
                2.2.c. Demonstrate that changing the order of addends does not
                change the sum                                                          3.2.c. Identify repeating and growing patterns in the
                1.3.a. Demonstrate the joining and separating of sets with eighteen     environment.
                or fewer objects and record the results with pictures or symbols.
                1.3.f. Recognize that addition number sentences have related
                subtraction sentences (e.g., 8-5=3, 3+5=8).                             2.1.d. Construct models and skip count by twos, threes,
                2.1.b. Identify and label repeating patterns using objects, pictures,   fives, and tens and relate to repeated addition.
                and symbolic notation
                                                                                        1.2.d. Use ordinal numbers 1st through 10th.



                Standard 2 Obj. 1 Describe behaviors that influence                     1.1.d. Identify the harmful effects of tobacco on self and others
                relationships with family and friends.                                  (e.g., death, heart and lung disease, shortness of breath).
                                                                                        1.1.e. Adopt basic safety habits (e.g., wear a seatbelt, practice
                                                                                        bicycle safety, find adult help in an emergency).
                a. Describe characteristics of healthy relationships (e.g.,
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                                                                                        2.2.e. Recognize the positive and negative impact of media.
                caring, responsibility, trust, respect).
                b. Identify benefits of cooperating and sharing.                        Stand. 3 Obj.3 Investigate the properties and uses of rocks.
                c. Explain how families and communities change over time.               a. Describe rocks in terms of the parts that make up the rocks.
                d. Recognize how choices and consequences affect self,                  b. Sort rocks based upon color, hardness, texture, layering, and
                peers, and family.                                                      particle size.
                e. Identify behaviors that might create conflict situations and         c. Identify how the properties of rocks determine how people use
                ways to resolve them.                                                   them.
                                                                                        d. Create artworks using rocks and rock products.
                                         November                                                             December
                                                                                        6.3.c. Use context to determine meanings of synonyms,
                                                                                        antonyms, homonyms (e.g., sun/son) and multiple-meaning
                                                                                        words (e.g., ring).
                7.2.a Relate prior knowledge to make connections (text/
                text)                                                                   6.2.a Use multiple resources to determine the meanings of
                                                                                        unknown words (e.g., simple dictionaries, glossaries).
                3.1a. Count the number of syllables in words.
                                                                                        6.3.b. Use context to determine meanings of unknown key
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                7.2.f. Identify topic/main idea from text; note details.                words (e.g., The store clerk glared at the children as they
                                                                                        looked at the toys.).
                7.2.g. Summarize important ideas/events; summarize
                supporting details in sequence.                                         4.2.a. Identify and read grade level contractions and
                                                                                        compound words.
                7.3.b. Identify diff. Genres: Realistic Fiction
                                                                                        7.2.e. Make inferences and draw conclusions from text.
                4.2.d. Use knowledge of root words and prefixes(re, un, mis)
                                                                                        3.2.b. Identify words with same medial sounds in a series
                                                                                        of words (e.g., long vowel sound: take, late, feet;




                8.4.a.Edit for greetings and closings of letters, dates, and            8.2.c.Select appropriate words to convey meaning.
                contractions.
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                8.2.a.Draft ideas on paper in an organized manner utilizing
                words and sentences (Middle/details)




                1.1.b. Represent whole numbers up to 1,000 using base ten models,
                and write
                1.1.c. Read and write a three-digit numeral, relating it to a set of
                objects and a pictorial representation.
                                                                                        4.2.d. Read, tell, and write time to the hour and half-hour.
                1.1.d. Write a numeral to 999 in expanded form
                1.1.e. Identify the place and the value of a given digit in a three-
                digit numeral                                                           4.2.e. Use a calendar to determine the day of the week &
                1.4.a. Separate geometric shapes and sets of objects into halves,       date.
                thirds, and fourths using a variety of models and illustrations.
                1.4.b. Specify a region of a geometric shape (e.g., as “___ out of      4.1.a. Sequence a series of events of a day in order by time
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                ___ equal parts.                                                        (e.g., breakfast at 7:00,).
                1.4.c. Represent fractions 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4 with obj., pict., and
                symbols.                                                                5.2.a. Predict events that will be the same in one day or one
                5.1.a. Gather data by vote or survey.
                                                                                        week.
                5.1.b. Sort, classify, and organize data in a variety of ways.
                5.1.c.Use a variety of methods to organize, display, and label
                information (keys, pictographs, tallies, bar graphs, and tables.)       1.5.d. Find the sum of two-digit whole numbers and
                5.1.d. Report information from a data display.                          describe the process used.
                2.1.b. Sort, classify, and label objects by three or more attributes.

                1.3.d. Model d.d. addition in a variety of ways




                Stand. 3 Obj. 2 Observe and describe weather.
                                                                                        1.1.b. Distinguish communicable from noncommunicable
                3.2.a. Observe and describe patterns of change in weather.              diseases (e.g., chicken pox, common cold, flu; asthma,
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                                                                                        cancer, diabetes).
                3.2.b. Measure, record, graph, and report changes in local
                weather.                                                                1.1.c. Relate behaviors that can help prevent disease (e.g.,
                                                                                        hand washing, good nutrition, fitness, universal
                3.2.c. Describe how weather affects people and animals.                 precautions).

                3.2.d. Draw pictures and create dances and sounds that
                represent weather features (e.g., clouds, storms, snowfall).
                                          January                                                          February
                7.2.a. Relate prior knowledge to make connections to text
                (text/world).
                                                                                   7.3.d. Identify different structures in texts (e.g.,
                7.1.b. Identify author’s purpose.                                  compare/contrast, cause/effect).

                7.2.i Compile information from text.                               6.3.a. Identify meanings of words using prefixes and
                                                                                   suffixes (e.g., do/undo, write/rewrite, happy/happiness,
                7.3.a. Locate facts from a variety of informational texts (e.g.    help/helper/helpful).
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                newspapers, magazines, books,).
                                                                                   4.2.c. Demonstrate an understanding of representing the
                7.3.b. Identify diff. Genres: Folktales                            same sound with different patterns by decoding these
                                                                                   patterns accurately in isolation and in text (e.g.ee,ea,ei,e).
                7.3.c. Identify information from pictures, captions,
                diagrams, charts, graphs, and table of contents.                   4.2.d. Use knowledge of root words and suffixes (e.g., s, es,
                                                                                   ed, ing, est, ly) to decode words.




                1.1.a. Identify specific purpose(s) for listening (e.g., to gain   8.6.c.Produce informational text (e.g., ABC books, how-to
                information, to be entertained).                                   books, observations).

                8.1.c.Identify audience, purpose, and form for writing.
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                8.3.a. Revise draft to add details, strengthen word choice,
                and reorder content.


                8.2.a.Draft ideas on paper in an organized manner utilizing
                words and sentences
                (main idea)




                5.2.b. Predict the outcome when there are only two possible
                outcomes (e.g., tossing a coin).
                                                                                   3.2.b. Find and name locations using coordinates (A, 1).
                3.2.a.Create and use verbal or written instructions to move
                within the environment.                                            1.3.b. Model three meanings of subtraction: separating of
                                                                                   sets (“take away”), comparison of sets (“how many
                4.1.b. Identify the name and value of a penny, nickel, dime,       more/fewer”), and missing addends using objects, pictorial
                quarter, and dollar.                                               representations, and symbols.
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                 4.2.c. Determine the value of a set of up to five mixed coins     1.2.c. Order four whole numbers less than 100 from least to
                that total $1.00 or less                                           greatest and from greatest to least.

                1.2.a. Identify the number that is one more, one less, ten         1.2.b.Write number sentences using the terms “greater
                more, or ten less than any whole number up to 100.                 than,” “less than,” or “equal to

                1.3.e. Select an addition or subtraction sentence to solve a
                problem involving joining or separating of sets with
                eighteen or fewer objects.



                Standard 3 Objective 1
                Investigate relationships between plants and animals and
                how living things change during their lives.                       1.1.a. Explain the importance of balance in a diet.
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                3.1.a. Observe and describe relationships between plants and       1.1.d. Participate in activities that promote public good
                animals.                                                           (e.g., respect cultural and ethnic differences, identify
                                                                                   community needs) and recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
                3.1.b. Describe the life cycle of local plants and animals
                using diagrams and pictures.

                3.1.c. Create pictures and stories about real animals and
                compare them to make-believe stories about animals.
                                          March                                                              April
                                                                                  7.3.b. Identify diff. Genres: Fairy Tales

                1.2.a. Identify specific purpose(s) for viewing media (i.e., to   3.2.a. Identify words with same beginning consonant
                identify main idea and details, to gain information,              sounds (e.g., man, sat, sick) and ending consonant sounds
                distinguish between fiction/nonfiction).                          (e.g., man, sat, ten) in a series of words.

                4.1.c. Identify and pronounce r-controlled vowel patterns in      3.3.a. Blend syllables to make words ( /ta/…/ble/, table).
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                words (e.g., ar, or, er).
                                                                                  3.4.a. Segment words into syllables (e.g., table, /ta/…/ble/).
                7.3.b. Identify diff. Genres: Fables
                                                                                  4.1.b. Identify and pronounce sounds for short and long
                3.2.b. Identify words with same medial sounds in a series of      vowels, using patterns (e.g., cvc, cvvc, cvcv, cvc-silent e),
                words (e.g., middle consonant sound: kitten, missing,k            and vowel digraphs (e.g., ea, ee, ie, oa, ai, ay, oo, ow)
                lesson)                                                           accurately in two-syllable words.

                                                                                  4.2.e. Use letter and syllable patterns to pronounce
                                                                                  multisyllabic words.



                8.2.b. Use voice in writing (e.g., express feelings, opinions).

                8.6.g. Publish 4-6 individual products.
                                                                                  8.6.d. Produce writing to persuade (e.g., express opinions).
                8.6.b. Produce traditional and imaginative stories, narrative
                and formula poetry as an individual/shared writing activity.

                8.4.c. Edit for standard grammar (e.g., subject-verb
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                agreement).

                8.4.d. Edit for appropriate formatting features (e.g., margins,
                indentations, titles).

                8.2.a.Draft ideas on paper in an organized manner utilizing
                words and sentences (Endings)




                4.1.c. Estimate length, capacity, and weight using customary
                units.                                                            1.3.c. Separate a given set of objects into two, three, five,
                                                                                  or ten groups of equal size.
                4.2.a. Compare and order objects, using nonstandard units,
                according to their length, weight, or capacity.

                4.2.b. Measure length using inches and feet, weight using
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                pounds, and capacity using cups.

                4.2.f. Determine the perimeter of a square, triangle, and
                rectangle by measuring with nonstandard units.

                1.3.d. Model addition and subtraction of two-digit whole
                numbers in a variety of ways.

                3.2.b. Find and name locations using coordinates (A,1)




                Stand. 2 Obj. 4 Demonstrate how symbols and models                Stand. 2 Obj. 2
                are used to represent features of the environment.                Examine important aspects of the community and
                                                                                  culture that strengthen relationships.
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                2.4.a. Identify and use information on a map or globe (i.e.,
                map key or legend, compass rose, physical features,               2.2.a. Explain why families, schools, and communities
                continents, oceans).                                              have rules.

                2.4.b. Use an atlas and globe to locate information.              2.2.b. Compare rural, suburban, and urban communities.

                2.4.c. Locate continents and oceans on a map or globe (i.e.,      2.2.c. Relate goods and services to resources within the
                North America, Antarctica, Australia, Africa, Pacific Ocean,      community.
                Atlantic Ocean).
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                5.1.a. Read grade level text at a rate of approximately 80
                wpm

                5.1.b. Read grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-
                100%.
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                5.2.a. Read grade level text in three- to four-word phrases
                using intonation, expression, and punctuation cues.

                5.2.b.Read with automaticity 200 second grade high-
                frequency/sight words.
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                                                              Ongoing All Year
4.4.a. Use knowledge about spelling to predict the spelling of new words.
4.4.b. Visualize words while writing.
4.4.c. Associate the spelling of new words with known words and patterns.
4.4.d. Use spelling generalities to assist spelling of new words (a. Use knowledge of word families, patterns, and common letter combinations to spell new
words.
4.3.b. Spell words with short and long vowel sounds, r-controlled words, words with consonant blends, consonant and vowel digraphs.
4.3.c. Spell an increasing number of grade level high-frequency and irregular words correctly (e.g., believe, answer).
4.3.d. Learn the spellings of irregular and difficult words (e.g., because, animals, before, answer, weight).
1.1.b. Listen and demonstrate understanding by responding appropriately (e.g., follow multiple-step directions, restate, clarify, question, summarize).
1.1.d. Speak in complete sentences with appropriate subject-verb agreement.
6.1.a.Use new vocabulary learned by listening, reading, and discussing a variety of genres.
6.1.b. Learn the meaning of a variety of grade level words (e.g., words from literature, social studies, science, math).
Relate unfamiliar words and concepts to prior knowledge to increase vocabulary (e.g., liquid: milk, water, punch).
3.3.a. Substitute initial and final sound (e.g., replace first sound in mat to /s/, say sat; replace last sound in mat with /p/, say map).
3.5.b. Substitute vowel in words (e.g., replace middle sound in map to /o/, say mop).
3.5.c. Delete syllable in words (e.g., say baker without the /ba/, say ker).
3.5.d. Deletes initial and final sounds in words (e.g., say sun without the /s/, say un; say hit without the /t/, say hi).
3.5.e. Delete initial phoneme and final phoneme in blends (say step without the /s/, say tep; say best without the /t/, say best).
7.3.b. Identify different genres: fairy tales, poems, realistic fiction, fantasy, fables, folk tales.
3.2.b. Identify words with same medial sounds in a series of words (e.g., long vowel sound: take, late, feet; short vowel sound: top, cat, pan; middle
consonant sound: kitten, missing, lesson).
3.3.b. Blend onset and rime to make words (e.g., /p/…/an/, pan).
3.4.c. Segment words into individual phonemes (e.g., sat, /s/…/a/…/t/).
4.1.a. Identify and pronounce all vowel diphthongs (e.g., oi, oy, aw, au) and consonant digraphs (e.g., ch, sh, th, wh) accurately in words.
4.1.d. Identify and blend letter sounds to pronounce words.
4.2.b. Identify sound patterns and apply knowledge to decode words (e.g., blends, digraphs, vowel patterns, r-controlled vowels).
1.2.b. Use a variety of formats (e.g., drama, sharing of books and personal writings, choral readings, informational reports, retelling experiences, and
stories in sequence) in presenting with various forms of media (e.g., pictures, posters, charts, ads, newspapers).

8.4.b. Edit for spelling of grade level-appropriate words.

8.6.a. Produce personal writing (e.g., journals, friendly notes and letters, personal experiences, family stories, literature responses).

8.6.f. Share writing with others using illustrations, graphs, and/or charts to add meaning.


8.6.a.Produce personal writing (e.g., journals, friendly notes and letters, personal experiences, family stories, literature responses).

8.6.f. Share writing with others using illustrations, graphs, and/or charts to add meaning.

8.5.c. Produce legible documents with manuscript handwriting.

8.3.b. Enhance fluency by using complete sentences




1.5.a. Use a variety of methods and tools to facilitate computation (e.g., estimation, mental math strategies, paper and pencil, calculator).

1.5.b. Compute accurately with basic number combinations for addition and subtraction facts to eighteen.




1.3.a. Express personal experiences and imagination through dance, storytelling, music, and visual art.
1.3.b. Create works of art depicting depth using secondary and tertiary colors.
1.3.c. Develop ability to sing in tune with relaxed strength and clarity.
1.3.d. Develop consistency in rhythmic accuracy of body percussion and instrument playing
1.2.a. Participate daily in sustained periods of physical activity that requires exertion b. Perform fundamental locomotor and nonlocomotor skills in
movement sequences and game applications (e.g., walk-hop-skip, run-stretch-skate, run-hop-lay up).
1.2.c. Perform manipulative skills exhibiting a majority of correct technique components (e.g., soccer kick: eyes on ball, step with foot opposite to kicking
foot, etc).
1.2.d. Identify components of physical fitness (i.e., strength, endurance, flexibility) e. Create and perform unique dance movements and sequences that
expand physical skills while demonstrating personal and spatial awareness.

Standard 2 Objective 3 Express relationships in a variety of ways.
2.3.a. Describe traditions, music, dances, artwork, poems, rhymes, and stories that distinguish cultures.
2.3.b. Develop an acting ability to relate to characters’ thoughts and feelings (e.g., needs, hopes, frustrations, fears) in stories and plays.
2.3.c. Create and perform/exhibit dances, visual art, music, and dramatic stories from a variety of cultures expressing the relationship between people and
their culture.
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READING      Assessment:                  Book           Sarah,         Best           Stone Fox     Abe                                                  Assessment
             DRP; QRI                     Packets        Plain and      Christmas                    Lincoln
             Listening,                   (practice      Tall;          Pageant
             Following                    reciprocal     Molly’s        Ever           clear
             Directions                   teaching)      Pilgrim                       speaking
WRITING      Cursive,    Descriptive      Narrative      Letter                        Expository    Freedom     Ongoing writer’s workshop with           Assessment
             Penmanship writing                          Writing                       Writing       Festival    individual conferencing
             Journals                     Word                       Sentence                        Essay;
6 TRAIT      Ideas       Organization     Choice         Conventions Fluency           Assessment    Voice
SOCIAL       Map Skills                   Trace          Compare:                                    Government/ Citizenship World
STUDIES      Compare                      development    Inca/                                       Economics                  Connections
             No. America                  of cultures/   Native                                      Community
             & So. Am.                    communities    Americans                                   Needs
SCIENCE                  Shape of         Gravity        Force &                       Living &                                             Sun is
                         earth / sun is                  Motion                        non-living                                           source of
                         spherical                                                     things                                               heat and
                                                                                       (habitats)                                           light
MATH         Assessment    Model         Compare         Model addition, subtraction, mult; arrays               Division       Measure     Probability   Assessment
             Patterning;   whole #’s to numbers;                                                                                ment;
             collection    10,000;       tell time to                                                                           geometry
             Data          identify 10   qtr. hour
                           +,10-;
                           100+,100-
             Addition, subtraction review and mastery; multiplication mastery
KEY                                                    Assessment: Learn all keys; practice keyboarding posture; typing without looking                   Assessment
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Nat’l Test                                TESTING
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S       Standard 3             Objective 2
P       Phonological and       Use knowledge of structural analysis to decode words.
E       Phonemic               a. Identify and read grade level contractions and compound words.
L       Awareness-             b. Identify sound patterns and apply knowledge to decode one-syllable words (e.g., blends, digraphs, vowel patterns, r-controlled vowels).
L       Students develop       c. Demonstrate an understanding of representing same sound with different patterns by decoding these patterns accurately in one-syllable words (e.g., ee, ie, ea, e).
I       phonological and       d. Use knowledge of root words and suffixes to decode words (i.e., -ful, -ly, -er).
N       phonemic               e. Use letter patterns to decode words (e.g., phonograms/word families/onset and rime: -ack, -ail, -ake).
G       awareness.             Objective 3
                               Spell words correctly.
        Standard 4             a. Use knowledge of word families, patterns, syllabication, and common letter combinations to spell new words.
        Phonics and            b. Spell correctly grade level compound words, words with plural endings, and common phonograms.
        Spelling-Students      c. Spell an increasing number of high-frequency and irregular words correctly (e.g., friend, square, special).
        apply                  d. Learn the spellings of irregular and difficult words (e.g., electric, planet, trapper, rectangle).
        understanding of       Objective 4
        phonics and other      Use spelling strategies to achieve accuracy (e.g., prediction, visualization, association).
        strategies to decode   a. Use knowledge about spelling to predict the spelling of new words.
        and spell unfamiliar   b. Visualize words while writing.
        words while            c. Associate the spelling of new words with that of known words and word patterns.
        reading and writing.   d. Use spelling generalities to assist spelling of new words (e.g., doubling of consonants, “le” endings, adding suffixes).

                               WORDS THEIR WAY GROUPS: working on individual needs, as assessed by weekly word sort tests
G       Types of sentences     Nouns                   Possessive nouns        Verbs                   Tense                  Adjectives              Contractions            Quotation Marks          Suffix/Prefix   Commas                 Review
R       Capital letters        Common nouns            Pronouns                Action Verbs            Dictionary Skills      Antonyms                Homonyms
A       Proper Nouns           Plural nouns                                    Helping Verbs           Guide Words            Synonyms
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R       Standard 5
E       Fluency-Students develop reading fluency to read aloud grade level text effortlessly without hesitation.
A       Objective 1
D       Read aloud grade level text with appropriate speed and accuracy.
I       a. Read grade level text at a rate of approximately 100 wpm.
N       b. Read aloud grade level text with an accuracy rate of 95-100%.
G       Objective 2
        Read aloud grade level text effortlessly with clarity.
        a. Read grade level text in meaningful phrases using intonation, expression, and punctuation cues.
        b. Read with automaticity 300 third grade high-frequency/sight words.


        GUIDED READING GROUPS/BOOK CLUBS
C       Objective 1            d. Make and                                     b. Generate                                    e. Make inferences                              h. Monitor and                           Identify topic/main    REVIEW
O       Identify purposes of   confirm predictions                             questions about text                           and draw                                        clarify                                  idea from text; note
M       text.                  while reading using                             (e.g., factual,                                conclusions from                                understanding                            details.
P                              title, picture clues,                           inferential,                                   text.                                           applying fix-up                          g. Summarize
R       a. Identify purpose    text and/or prior                               evaluative).                                                                                   strategies while                         important
E       for reading.           knowledge                                       c. Form mental                                                                                 interacting with                         ideas/events;
H       b. Identify author’s                                                   pictures to aid                                                                                text.                                    summarize
E       purpose.                                                               understanding of                                                                                                                        supporting details
N                                                                              text.                                                                                                                                   in sequence
S       Objective 2
I       Apply strategies to
O       comprehend text.
N


        MAKING                 MAKING                                                                                                                                                                                  SUMMARIZE
        CONNECTIONS            PREDICTIONS                                     QUESTIONING                                          INFERRING                                 CLARIFY
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W        Objective 1            Compose a written       Edit written draft      Publish
R        Prepare to write by    draft                   for conventions                                                         Gathering info/
I        gathering and                                                                                                          research
T        organizing             Revise by
I        information and        elaborating and
N        ideas (pre-writing).   clarifying written
G                               draft.
         a. Generate ideas
         for writing by
         reading, discussing
         literature and
         informational text,
         and reflecting on
         personal
         experiences.
         b. Select and
         narrow a topic from
         generated ideas.
         c. Identify
         audience, purpose,
         and form for
         writing.
         d. Use a variety of
         graphic organizers
         to organize
         information.


         DESCRIPTIVE                                    LETTER                                          NARRATIVE                                 EXPOSITORY                            PERSUASIVE
         WRITING                                        WRITING                                         WRITING                                   WRITING                               WRITING


         WRITER’S WORKSHOP/ INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCES BASED ON INDIVIDUAL NEEDS
         PREWRITE, WRITTEN DRAFTS, REVISE, EDIT, FINAL DRAFTS, PUBLISH, SHARE
         Objective 6
         Write in different forms and genres.

         a. Produce personal writing (e.g., journals, friendly notes and letters, personal experiences, family stories, literature responses).
         b. Produce traditional and imaginative stories, narrative and formula poetry.
         c. Produce informational text (e.g., explanation of a complex process, math/journals, observations, content area reports, summaries).
         d. Produce writing to persuade (e.g., expressing opinions with supporting data).
         e. Produce functional text (e.g., newspaper and newsletter articles).
         f. Share writing with others using illustrations, graphs, and/or charts to add meaning.
         g. Publish 4-6 individual products.
6               IDEAS             ORGANIZATION              CONVENTIONS             SENTENCE                      WORD                      ALL        ALL         ALL        ALL            ALL        ALL
T                                                                                   FLUENCY                      CHOICE
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E        Use fluent and legible handwriting to communicate.
N
M        a. Write using upper- and lower-case cursive letters using proper from, proportions, and spacing.
A        b. Develop fluency with cursive handwriting.
N        c. Produce legible documents with cursive handwriting.
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M      Objective 1 (II)          Objective 1(I)           Objective 2(II)          Objective 3(I)           (I-5) c. Find the       Objective 1(III)        Objective 1(I)           Objective 4(I)          Objective 2(V)           (I-3)c. Model
A      Recognize and create      Represent whole          Recognize and            Model and illustrate     difference of two-     Describe, identify,      Identify and describe    Use fractions to        Identify basic           division as sharing
T      patterns with given       numbers in a variety     represent                meanings of the          digit whole numbers    and create geometric     measurable attributes    communicate parts       concepts of              equally and as
H      attributes.               of ways.                 mathematical             operations of            and describe the       shapes.                  of objects and units     of the whole.           probability.             repeated subtraction
       a. Create and extend      a. Model, read, and      situations using         addition, subtraction,   process used.          a. Identify and draw     of measurement.                                                           using various
       repeating and             write whole numbers      patterns and             multiplication, and                             points, lines, line                               a. Identify the         a. Describe the          methods (e.g.,
       growing patterns          up to 10,000 using       symbols.                 division and describe    (IV-2)c. Determine     segments, and            a. Recognize the two     denominator of a        results of events        rectangular arrays,
       using objects,            base ten models,         a. Recognize that        how they relate.         the value of a         endpoints.               systems of               fraction as the         using the terms          manipulatives,
       numbers, and tables.      pictures, and            symbols such as , , or                            combination of coins   b. Identify and draw     measurement: metric      number of equal         “certain,” “equally      number lines,
       b. Record results of      symbols.                 in an addition,          a. Model addition        and bills that total   lines of symmetry on     and customary.           parts in the whole      likely,” and             pictorial
       patterns created          b. Write a numeral       subtraction, or          and subtraction of       $5.00 or less and      triangles, squares,      b. Describe the          region or set.          “impossible.”            representations).
       using manipulatives,      when given the           multiplication           two- and three-digit     write the monetary     circles, and             relationship between     b. Identify the         b. Predict outcomes      d. Demonstrate,
       pictures, and             number of                equation, represent a    whole numbers in a       amounts using the      rectangles.              metric units of length   numerator of a          of simple activities     using objects, that
       numeric                   thousands, hundreds,     value that will make     variety of ways.         dollar sign and        c. Determine             (i.e., centimeter,       fraction as the         (e.g., a bag contains    multiplication and
       representations and       tens, and ones.          the statement true.                               decimal notation.      whether an angle is      meter).                  number of equal         three red marbles        division are inverse
       describe how they         c. Write a number up     b. Solve equations       (IV-2) Identify the                             right, obtuse, or        c. Describe the          parts being             and five blue            operations
       are extended.             to 9,999 in expanded     involving equivalent     number of hours in a     (I-3)f. Demonstrate    acute by comparing       relationship among       considered.             marbles. If one
       Objective 1(V)            form                     expressions              day, the number of       the effect of place    the angle to the         customary units of       c. Divide regions and   marble is selected, is
       Collect, organize,        d. Identify the place    c. Use the >, <, and =   days in a year, and      value when             corner of a rectangle.   length (i.e., inch,      sets of objects into    it more likely to be
       and display data to       and the value of a       symbols to compare       the number of weeks      multiplying whole      d. Classify polygons     foot, yard) and the      equal parts using a     red or blue?).
       make predictions.         given digit in a four-   two expressions          in a year.               numbers by 10.         by the number of         relationship between     variety of objects,
       a. Collect, read,         digit numeral.           involving addition       Objective 5(I)                                  sides and corners.       customary units of       models, and             (IV-2)g. Read and
       represent, and            e. Demonstrate           and subtraction.         Solve whole number                              e. Identify, make,       capacity (i.e., cup,     illustrations.          record the
       interpret data using      multiple ways to         (IV-2) e. Read, tell,    problems using                                  and describe cubes       quart).                  d. Name and write a     temperature to the
       tables, graphs, and       represent numbers        and write time to the    addition, subtraction,                          .Objective 3             d. Estimate length,      fraction to represent   nearest ten degrees
       charts, including         using models and         quarter-hour.            multiplication, and                             Visualize and            capacity, and weight     a portion of a unit     using a Fahrenheit
       keys (e.g.,               symbolic                 f. Identify any given    division in vertical                            identify geometric       using metric and         whole for halves,       thermometer.
       pictographs, bar          representations          day of the               and horizontal                                  shapes after applying    customary units.         thirds, fourths,
       graphs).                  Objective 2(I)           (I-3) b. Model           notation.                                       transformations.                                  sixths, and eighths.
       b. Make predictions       Identify relationships   multiplication of a                                                      a. Demonstrate the       Objective 2              e. Determine which
       based on a data           among whole              one-digit factor by a    a. Use a variety of                             effect of a slide        Use appropriate          of two fractions is
       display.                  numbers.                 one-digit factor using   methods and tools to                            (translation) or flip    techniques and tools     greater using models
                                                          various methods.         facilitate                                      (reflection) on a        to determine             or illustrations.
                                 a. Use a variety of      (II-2)d. Demonstrate     computation (e.g.,                              figure, using            measurements.
       Objective 2(III)          strategies to            that grouping three      estimation, mental                              manipulative.
       Describe spatial          determine whether a      or more addends          math strategies,                                b. Determine             a. Measure the length
       relationships.            number is even or        does not change the      paper and pencil,                               whether two              of objects to the
                                 odd.                     sum and changing         calculator).                                    polygons are             nearest centimeter,
       a. Give directions to     b. Identify the          the order of factors     b. Find the sum of                              congruent by sliding,    meter, half-inch,
       reach a location.         number that is ten       does not change the      any two addends                                 flipping, or turning     foot, and yard.
       b. Use coordinates        more, ten less, 100      product.                 with three or fewer                             to physically fit one    b. Measure capacity
       (A, 1) or regions to      more, or 100 less        (II-2)e. Use a variety   digits, including                               object on top of the     using cups and
       locate positions on a     than any whole           of manipulatives to      monetary amounts,                               other.                   quarts, and measure
       map.                      number up to 1,000.      model the identity       and describe the                                c. Identify two-         weight using pounds.
       c. Demonstrate and        c. Compare the           property of addition,    process used.                                   dimensional shapes
       use horizontal and        relative size of         the identity property                                                    (nets) that will fold
       vertical lines.           numbers (e.g., 31 is     of multiplication ,      .                                               to make a cube.
       I-3                       large compared to 4,     and the zero property                                                    d. Create a polygon
       e. Select and write an    about half as big as     of multiplication                                                        that results from
       addition, subtraction,    60, close to 27).        (I-5)d. Find the                                                         combining other
       or multiplication         d. Compare whole         products for                                                             polygons.
       sentence to solve a       numbers up to four       multiplication facts                                                     (IV-2)h. Estimate
       problem related to        digits using the         through ten times ten                                                    and measure the
       the students’             symbols <, >, and =.     and describe the                                                         perimeter and area
       environment, and          e. Order and             process used.                                                            of rectangles by
       write a story problem     compare whole                                                                                     measuring with
       that relates to a given   numbers on a                                                                                      nonstandard units.
       equation                  number line.
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S                                Standard V:                                             .                      .                      Standard III:           Standard IV:                                 Standard II:
C                                Students will                                                                  Standard I:            Students will           Students will                                Students will
I                                understand that the                                                            Students will          understand the          understand that                              understand that
E                                sun is the main                                                                understand that the    relationship            objects near Earth                           organisms depend
N                                source of heat and                                                             shape of Earth and     between the force       are pulled toward                            on living and
C                                light for things                                                               the moon are           applied to an object    Earth by gravity.                            nonliving things
E                                living on Earth.                                                               spherical and that     and resulting                                                        within their
                                 They will also                                                                 Earth rotates on its   motion of the object                                                 environment
                                 understand that the                                                            axis to produce the
                                 motion of rubbing                                                              appearance of the
                                 objects together                                                               sun and moon
                                 may produce heat                                                               moving through the
                                                                                                                sky

S        Standard 5                                    Standard 3                        Standard 1                                    Standard 4                                   Standard 4                                 Standard 2
O        Students participate                          Students trace the                Students show how                             Students examine                             Students examine                           Students compare
C.       in activities that                            development and                   environments and                              how government                               how government                             the indigenous
S        promote good                                  emergence of                      communities                                   and economies                                and economies                              people of the local
T        citizenship.                                  culture in                        change over time                              develop as the                               develop as the                             area with the Inca
U                                                      indigenous                        through the                                   indigenous                                   indigenous                                 of South America
D        Standard 6                                    communities.                      influence of people.                          community                                    community
         Students use map                                                                                                              develops                                     develops.                                  Standard 7
         skills to analyze the                                                                                                         Objective 2                                  Objective 1                                Students make
         influence of                                                                                                                  Identify ways to                             Explain the purpose                        world connections
         physical features on                                                                                                          meet community                               of government.                             by comparing the
         the building of                                                                                                               needs.                                                                                  physical features of
         communities in the                                                                                                                                                         *Determine the                             the United States
         United States                                                                                                                 *Differentiate                               need of people for                         with those of South
                                                                                                                                       between personal                             government; e.g.,                          America.
                                                                                                                                       and community                                maintaining order,
                                                                                                                                       needs.                                       justice for citizens.
                                                                                                                                       *Identify specific                           *Identify the role of
                                                                                                                                       needs of the                                 government; e.g.,
                                                                                                                                       community.                                   make laws, require
                                                                                                                                       *Identify                                    taxation, provide
                                                                                                                                       community needs                              education.
                                                                                                                                       that students can                            *Explore how the
                                                                                                                                       help fill personally.                        flag of the United
                                                                                                                                                                                    States and the
                                                                                                                                                                                    pledge of allegiance
                                                                                                                                                                                    show patriotism.
                                                                                                                                                                                    *Describe
                                                                                                                                                                                    development of
                                                                                                                                                                                    government in
                                                                                                                                                                                    indigenous
                                                                                                                                                                                    communities.
                                                                                                                                                                                    *Describe
                                                                                                                                                                                    development of
                                                                                                                                                                                    government among
                                                                                                                                                                                    the Inca of South
                                                                                                                                                                                    America.
                                                           Fourth Grade :              2004-05 Curriculum Map
                  AUG.19-                                                                                                                                APR.11-     MAY.2-
                  SPE.10    SEP.13-OCT.1   OCT.4-OCT.27   NOV.1-NOV.23   NOV.29-DEC.17   JAN.3-JAN.21   JAN.24-FEB.11   FEB.15-MAR.11   MAR.14-APR.5     APR.29      MAY27


                    Draw     Narrative   Theme             Cause &        Figurative     Denotation     Summarize        Synthe-        Compare/       Point of     Multiple
                 conclusion  elements     Using              Effect       language       Connota-       Paraphrase        sizing        Contrast        view        meaning
                    Make    Structural graphic aids       Newspaper       Main idea         tion           Using         Making          Fact &        Imagery       words
                 prediction  analysis   Sequence           structure      & details       Mood &         reference       generali-       Opinion                     Speak
READING




                  Author’s   Making     Using an          Expository       Context         Tone           sources         zations                                    Listen
                   purpose  judgments   Encyclo-              Text          clues                                                                                   Presenta
                  Dialogue                pedia                                                                                                                       -tion
                  (GENRE SPELLING GRAMMAR                  VOCAB-
                                                           ULARY          TAUGHT
                                                                                            ALL           YEAR            LONG)
WRITING




                  Ideas/      Ideas/       Organiza-      Organiza-        Word            Word            Voice           Voice         Sentence      Sentence     Review
                 Conven-     Conven-         tion           tion           Choice          Choice                                        Fluency       Fluency        Six
                   tions       tions                                                                                                                                 Traits



                 Physical    Physical         Early        Develop-       Explorers      Explorers         Utah           Utah             Utah        Pioneers/     Utah/
                 Features    Features      Inhabitants     ment of         of early       of early       Govern-         County           County       Historical   Past &
SOCIAL STUDIES




                 of Utah/    of Utah/        of Utah       Culture          Utah           Utah           ment &         Govern-         research       sites &     Present
                 China &     China &                       in Utah                                       Economy          ment            project       figures
                   Asia        Asia




                   Utah        Utah         Rocks &        Rocks &         Fossils       Properties        Water         Weather         Weather        Review      Review
SCIENCE




                  Biomes      Biomes        Minerals       Minerals                         of             Cycle         Elements       Prediction       State       State
                                                                                           Water                                         Observe         Core        Core
                                                                                                                                         Measure                     Test
                                            Fourth Grade :            2004-05 Curriculum Map




       Collect &    Problem     Place value Equality     Multiply       Attributes   Process of    Geometry     Fractions   Measure-   Predic-
       interpret    Solving     Number rep   Writing    1 & 2 digit    of Multi. &   Multiply &    attributes      &          ment       tion
         data/     (year long    Compare/   equations     factors       Division      Division      Vocab.      Decimals    Custom &      &
       Graphs &     process)       Order     Sums &       X 10’s        2 digit X     Two and      Perform-                  Metric    Probabil
MATH




        charts                   Numerals Differences    100’s &          l digit    three digit      ance                               -ity
                                    to                    1,000’s        2 digit /    factors X
                                  100,000                Patterns         1 digit     one digit
                                   Time                                  Arrays
                                                               CURRICULUM MAP 2004-05                                    Fifth Grade

            AUG.19-SPE.10   SEP.13-OCT.1        OCT.4-OCT.27   NOV.1-NOV.23 NOV.29-DEC.17   JAN.3-JAN.21   JAN.24-FEB.11 FEB.15-MAR.11   MAR.14-APR.5   APR.11-APR.29   MAY.2-MAY27

L
I           Summarize                                                                                                                                           Review
T                           Connections,
            & Intro. To                                                                                                                                        for State
E Y                         Summarize & Visualization Visualization          Questioning    Questioning    Inferences     Inferences     Synthesize Synthesize
R
                Ind.
                            Ind. Reading                                                                                                                         Core
A             Reading                                                                                                                                           Testing
C

W
    R         Word            Word                                                                                                                                      Review or
    I                                            Ideas -         Ideas - Organizati Organizati             Voice -
             Choice -        Choice -                                                            Voice -             Persuasive Persuasive                                State
    T                                            Honey I       Wonderfu on - Hero on - Hero                 Mixed
    I         Greek         Important                                                          Cookie Jar             Writing    Writing                                  Core
                                                  Love         l Happnes biography biography              Fairy Tale
    N         Myths           Poem                                                                                                                                       Testing
    G
                                                                                                                                         Invention
        S                                                                                                   Westward                             World
S                            US Geography                                                                                                Immigratio                      America
O
        T
                                -mtns              Early               Revolution           New Nation
                                                                                                            movement                             Power
        U   Olympics                                        Colonizati                                        begins        War          n                                Today
C                               -lakes
                                                 Explorers              -Dec. of            Constitution                                        -Roaring
        D   & Ancient           -parks                        on of                                         Louisiana     Divides    Industry                           -Cold War
I                            -etc.Ancient        -European                Ind.                 New                                                20's
        I                                                                                                   Purchase
A            Greece                                          America                        Governmant                   -Civil War Exploration                          -Current
        E
                             America        -
                                                Exploration            -Rev. War                             -Indus.                             -WWI
L                           Ancient Indians                                                                                           of last                              War
        S                                                                                                   Revolution                          -WWII
                                                                                                                                     frontier
    S
    C                                                                                                                                                                    Review
    I
                              Earth     Earth                                                                                                                           for State
    E                                                                        Magnets        Magnets Electricity Electricity Genetics                    Genetics
    N                       Landforms Landforms                                                                                                                           Core
    C                                                                                                                                                                    Testing
    E


                                                                                            Numbers
                                                                                        Numbers Numbers Numbers
    M       Geometry Geometry                                                                                                     Review
                                                                                  &         &        &         &
    A           &        &                              Patterns & Patterns &                                         Probabilit for State
                                                 Number                       Operation Operation Operation Operation
    T       Measurem Measurem                            Algebra    Algebra                                               y        Core
    H                                             Sense                       s - whole s - whole    s-        s-
               ent      ent                                                                                                       Testing
                                                                              numbers numbers fractions decimals
                                                                               CURRICULUM MAP Fifth Grade

                 AUG.19-SPE.10    SEP.13-OCT.1   OCT.4-OCT.27   NOV.1-NOV.23   NOV.29-DEC.17   JAN.3-JAN.21   JAN.24-FEB.11    FEB.15-MAR.4   MAR.7-MAR 18   MAR 21-APR.5   APR 11 -APR 29 MAY2-MAY 27
                                                                 Inform-                                                      Historical                      History
 R
                                   Guided                                                                                                      Research
 E                Internet                        Biography       ational       Christmas                     Historical        Fiction                      Fair Oral
 A                                reading                                                                                                     Determing                      Realistic
         G       Searches/                        Mystery          Text          Fiction       Questions        Fiction       Determine                        Pres./                       Fantasy
 D
                                  training                                                                                                    Importanc                       Fiction
 I                  texts                        Questions      Compare/ Connection                           Connection Importanc                           Written
N                                Inferences                                                                                                        e
                                                                 Contrast                                                          e                         Synthesis
                  Personal                                                                                                       Power
W
                                    Earth                       Persuasive      Imaginat.                                                        Note
 R               Narratives                      Summaries                                                    Persuasive         Point                        Inform.       Persuasive       Poetry
 I                                Stories                        Writing         Stories                                                        taking
         G       , Lit. Resp.                    Organiza-                                       Ideas         Writing         Present.                        Text          Writing         Word
 T
                                    Word                        Organiza-       Sentence                                                      Organiza-
 I                Journals,                         tion                                                        Ideas         (Algebra)                       Editing          Voice         Choice
N                                  Choice                          tion          Fluency                                                         tion
                 Connection                                                                                                   Convention
                                                                                                                                                World
S S
                                                                                                                                                               World
O T                              Early Am./                                                                      Civil        Invention/        Power-
C U                 U.S.                          Coloniza-     Revolution      Constitu-      Westward                                                       Power,         Last 50+       Canada/
             S                   Exploratio                                                                    Rights/         Immigra-         WWI,
I D
                 Geography                          tion        (Elections)        tion        Movement                                                       WWII,            years        Mexico
A I                                    n                                                                       Civil War            tion        Great
L E                                                                                                                                                            Korea
                                                                                                                                              Depression
 S
 C
 I                 Earth            Earth                                                                                                                                   Matter and
         E                                                                                     Magnetism Electricity           Genetics        Genetics       Matter                        Health
 E
                  Changes         Changes                                                                                                                                     Review
N
 C


                  Number
     M
     A            Sense -                        Operations Operations Operations                                             Patterns &                                    Statistics/      Math
                                 Operations                                                    Geometry       Geometry                        Fractions      Fractions
     T
                 Fractions,                         + -              x              /                                           Algebra                                     Probability     Puzzles
     H
                  Measure
                                                 Context                                                                      Sensory
     O           Vocabulary Introduce Clues,                                   Figurative                                     Details,                                      State Core
     T
     H           Building/       Prefixes        Multiple                      Language,                                      Synonyms        Point of                      Testing
     E           Decoding,       and             Meaning                       Character- Word                                and             View,                         April 23 -
     R
                 Etc.            Suffixes,       Words          Homophone zation               Origins        Analogies       Antonyms        Details                       May 13
Curriculum Map---Sixth Grade
              8/19 – 9/10    9/13 – 10/1   10/4–10/27       11/1–11/23     11/29-      1/3-1/21         1/24-2/11        2/15-3/4       3/7-3/18      3/28-4/22     4/25-5/6   5/9-5/27
                                                                           12/17
Social        Caravans       Mesopotamia Egypt              Greece         Rome        Middle Ages      Renaissance      World’s        World         Review        Core       Europe
Studies                                                                                                                  Fair           Wars                        Testing    Post war
                                                                                                                                                                               - Present
Science                      Astronomy:    Moon             Seasons        Solar       Microorganisms   Microorganisms   Heat, Light    Heat, Light   Review        Core
                                                                           System                                        & Sound        & Sound                     Testing

Writing       Conventions    Ideas         Organization     Word           Voice       Sent. Fluency    Ideas            Organization   Word          Review        Core       Voice
                                                            Choice                                                                      Choice                      Testing
              Poetry:        Memoir        Creative story                              Pers. Essay      Research         Power point                                           Poetry
              I Am                                          Pers. Essay    Hist.                        Report           Presentation   Pers. Essay
                                                                           Fict.

Reading       Summary        Connections   Questioning      Visualizing    Inferring   Predicting       Determining      Synthesizing   Inferring     Review        Core
                                                                                                        Importance       Information                                Testing
Interactive   Class-         The Wish      The              Something      Where       Class-Lion,      Ella             My Side of     Devil’s       Briar Rose    A Day No   Class-
Read          Island of      Giver         Monsters         Upstairs-      the Red     Witch,           Enchanted        the            Arithmetic    Jane Yolen    Pigs       Thunder
Aloud         the Blue                     Ring-Coville     Avi            Fern        Wardrobe                          Mountain                                   Would      Cave
              Dolphins                                      The Trans.     Grows                        Just Ella                       Rifka                       Die
                                                            Of Roscoe      The Best    The Dark is                       Words By                     Number        Robert
                                                            Wizzle         Cmas        Rising       The                  Heart                        the Stars     Peck
              A Single                                                     Pageant     Susan Cooper Whipping
              Shard                                                        Ever                     Boy-
                                                                                                    Fleischman

Math          Std. 2         Std. 1        Std. 4           Std. 4         Std. 1      Std. 1           Std. 1           Std. 1         Std. 3        Std. 5
              Algebra        Decimals-3    Measure-         Statistics-1   Patterns    Adding &         Mult. &          Ratio,         Geometry      Probability
              Connecting                   ment-4                          &           Subt.            Dividing         Proportion,    Solids-8,11   -12
              Arithmetic                                                   Number      Fractions-6      Fractions-7      & Percent-
              to Algebra-2
                                                                           Theory-5                                      10
                           August                                  September                                October
              Connections*         7.2.a           Word Choice*          8.2.c;8.3.a               Paragraphs*      8.2.a;8.3.b
              Questions*           7.2.b           Sentence Fluency*     1.1.d;8.3.b               Structure*       8.2.a,d
              Summarize*           7.2.g;7.3.a     Read Fluency*         5.1,2;3                   Expression*      5.2.a
Language Arts Formatting           8.4.d           Using Resources       6.2.a
              Predicting*          7.2.d


                                                   Descriptive Writing   8.6.a,c                   Narratives       8.6.b
                 Ads               1.2.b;8.6.d,f   Myth                  7.3.d; 8.6.b              Persuasive E.
Writing Genres                                     Note Taking           8.6.c;1.1.b;7.3.c;7.2.g
 and Forms                                         Read. Resp. Journ.


                                                   Roots, Affixes, and   4.2.d;4.3.b;6.3.a         Vowel Patterns 4.1.c;4.3.a
   Spelling
                                                     Suffixes


                                                   Parts of Speech       8.4.c                     Capitalization   8.4.a
  Grammar                                          Sentence Structure    1.1.d;8.3.b


                 Greece            1.3;4.2,3;      Greece                1.3;4.2,3;7.1;7.2         Mesopotamia      1.2;4.1;7.1
Social Studies
                                     7.1;7.2                                                       Egypt
                                                   Universe              Stand. 4                  Earth-Season     Stand. 2
   Science
                                                  Solar System           Stand. 3                    and Time
                 Ch.1 Properties   1.1.1,2,4;     Equations                                        Ch.3 One step    1.1.2;1.3.5
                   Equations        2.2.1,4;2.3.4 Ch.2 Integers          1.1.3;1.2.2;1.3.1;          Equations       2.2.4;2.3.4
                                    1.3.3,4,5,6                           1.4.1,2.3.2;5.1.2                          4.1.3
 Pre-Algebra                                                                                       Ch.4 Factors     1.1.2;1.2.1
                                                                                                     Fractions       1.2.4;2.2.4

                                                                                                                    4.1.3
* - cont. throughout year
                                  November                           December                                January
                 Organization*       8.1.d;8.2.a,d;8.3.a,b   Revising           8.3.a,b,c     Ideas                8.1.a,b;8.3.b
                 Theme               7.2.f;7.3.a;            Reading Genres     7.3.b         Author's Purpose     7.1.b;7.3.b;
                 Main Idea/Details   8.2.a;8.3.a                                                                     8.2.b
  Language
                 Word Gradiants      6.2.b
    Arts

                                                                                              Oral Presentations   1.1.c,d
                 Persuasive          8.6.d                   Persuasive         8.6.d         Biography            8.6.c
  Writing        Graphs/Charts       1.2.b                                                    Research             1.2.a;7.2.g,i;
                                                                                                                    7.3.c,e;8.1.a
 Genres and
   Forms

                 Initial letter      4.1.e;4.3.a             Consonant Blends   4.1.b         R-controlled         4.1.d
  Spelling
                   Sounds                                      and Diagraphs                    Vowels


                 Transition Words    8.3.b                   Quotations         8.4.a;5.2.a   Commas               8.4.a
  Grammar        End Punctuation     8.4.a


                 Eqypt               1.2;4.1;7.1;7.2         Rome               1.3;4.2,3;    Rome                 1.3;4.2,3;
Social Studies
                                                                                  7.1;7.2                            7.1;7.2
                 Moon                Stand. 1                                                 Microorganisms       Stand. 5
   Science

                 Fractions, expon.   1.2.4                   Ch.6 Rational #    1.1.3         Ch.7 Equations &     1.2.5;2.2.4;
                 Ch.5 Rational #     1.1.3;1.2.1,2,4;          Mult and Div      1.2.5          Inequalities        2.3.4;4.1.1,2
                   + and -             1.3.1,2;2.1.2,3                           1.3.2,5                            4.2.6,7
Pre-Algebra                            2.1.4                                     2.1.3        Ch.8 Functions &     2.1.1;2.2.2,3,4
                                                                                 2.2.4          Graphing            2.3.1,2,3,4

                                                                                 5.1.4
                            February                             March                                  April
                 Voice             8.2.b,c         Sequencing              7.3.a        Syn./Ant.               6.3.c
                 Audience          7.3.b;8.2.b,c   Inferences              7.2.e        Problem/Resolution      7.3.a
                                                   Drawing Conclusions     7.2.e
Language Arts



               Fairy Tales         8.6.b           Poetry                  6.3.b        Compare/Contrast        8.6.d
               Fantasy             8.6.b           Country Presentations   8.6.c,e,f    Persuasive              8.6.d
Writing Genres Report Writing
  and Forms


                 Syllabication     4.2.a;4.3.a     Homonyms                4.3.c        Known Words             4.4.a,c,d
   Spelling
                  & Compound                                                            Visualization           4.4.b


                 Sub/Verb Agree.   8.4.c           Verb Tense              8.4.c        Possesives              8.4.a
   Grammar


                 Middle Ages       2.1;2.2;5.2;   Rennaissance             2.1;2.2;5.3 WWI and WWII             3.1;6.1;9.1
Social Studies
                                              8.1                                    8.1
                 Microorganisms    Stand. 5       Heat, Light, & Sound     Stand. 6      Heat, Light, & Sound   Stand. 6
    Science

                 Funct. & Graph.                  Ch.10 Stats and          2.3.4;5.1     Geometery
                 CH.9 Ratio, %,    1.1.3;1.2.2,4;   Probability                      5.2 Ch.12 Area and         2.3.4;4.1.3;
                   Proportion       1.4.3,4;2.3.4 Ch.11 Geometery          2.3.4;3.1      Volume                 4.2.2,5,6,7
 Pre-Algebra                        4.2.3;5.2.1                             3.2.1;                               5.2.3
                                                                            3.3.1,2;     Ch.13 Square(roots)    1.3.5;2.3.4

                                                                           4.2.2,4
                             May                   Throughout Year
                 Review and             Conventions        8.4.a,b,c,d
                   Test                 Comprehension      7.1,2,3(7.1.b;7.2.c,h)
                                        Vocabulary         6.1,2,3
Language Arts                           Handwriting        8.5.a,b,c




                 Newspaper    8.6.e,f
Writing Genres
 and Forms


                                        High Frequency     4.3.c
   Spelling
                                        Difficult Words    4.3.d



  Grammar


                                        Geography          3.2;5.3;6.2;8.1;8.2;
Social Studies
                                        Map Skills           9.1;9.2
                                        Scientific Proc.
   Science

                 Review and             Computations       1.1.1;1.1.2;1.1.4
                   Test                 Calculators        1.1.1
                                        Estimation         1.1.3
 Pre-Algebra

								
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