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					                                        2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
Kindergarten – Sam Case Elem 10-24-10
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1         TWHF        SEP 7-SEP 10       Kindergarten               Kindergarten Orientation                                              Kindergarten Orientation                Kinderga    Kinder
                                         Orientation                                                                                                                              rten        garten
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2      MTWHF          SEP 13–SEP 17      MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.01 Identify the front cover, back cover, and title page of   EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
                                         write whole numbers to     a book                                                                include in a story.
                                         10.                        EL.00.RE.02 Follow words read aloud from left to right and from       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                                         MA.K.1.2 Connect           top to bottom of the page.                                            from left to right and from top to
                                         numbers, including         EL.00.RE.03 Know that print is spoken words written down and          bottom.
                                         written numerals, to the   has meaning.                                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                                         quantities they            EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.      many uppercase and lowercase
                                         represent, using various   EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     letters.
                                         physical models and        literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                                         representations.           and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      names of friends, and begin learning
                                         MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.25 Locate the title and the name of the author of a book.    to write own last name, using capital
                                         forward by ones                                                                                  and lower case letters.
                                         beginning with any
                                         number less than 30;
                                         count backward by ones
                                         beginning with any
                                         number 10 or less.
                                         MA.K.2.1 Identify,
                                         name, and describe
                                         basic two-dimensional
                                         shapes (e.g., square,
                                         circle, triangle,
                                         rectangle, regular
                                         hexagon) presented in a
                                         variety of ways (e.g.,
                                         with different sizes or
                                         orientations).
3      MTWHF          SEP 20–SEP 24      MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.02 Follow words read aloud from left to right and from       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
                                         write whole numbers to     top to bottom of the page.                                            include in a story.
                                         10.                        EL.00.RE.03 Know that print is spoken words written down and          EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                                         MA.K.2.1 Identify,         has meaning.                                                          from left to right and from top to
                                         name, and describe         EL.00.RE.04 Recognize that sentences in print are made up of          bottom.
                                         basic two-dimensional      separate words.                                                       EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                                         shapes (e.g., square,      EL.00.RE.05 Distinguish letters from words.                           many uppercase and lowercase
                                         circle, triangle,          EL.00.RE.25 Locate the title and the name of the author of a book.    letters.
                                         rectangle, regular         EL.00.RE.26 Recognize and demonstrate familiarity with                EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                                         hexagon) presented in a    everyday print such as signs, notices, labels; newspapers; and        names of friends, and begin learning
                                         variety of ways (e.g.,     informational books.                                                  to write own last name, using capital
                                         with different sizes or                                                                          and lower case letters.
                                         orientations).
                           2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                            MA.K.3.1 Identify the
                            measurable attributes
                            (e.g., length, weight)
                            and non-measurable
                            attributes (e.g.,
                            color) of an object.
                            MA.K.3.2 Compare,
                            sort, and order objects
                            according to measurable
                            (e.g., longest to
                            shortest, lightest to
                            heaviest) and non-
                            measurable (e.g., color,
                            texture) attributes.

4   MTWHF   SEP 27-OCT 1    MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.02 Follow words read aloud from left to right and from       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            HM 1.1          forward by ones            top to bottom of the page.                                            include in a story.
                            beginning with any         EL.00.RE.03 Know that print is spoken words written down and          EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                            number less than 30;       has meaning.                                                          from left to right and from top to
                            count backward by ones     EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.      bottom.
                            beginning with any         EL.00.RE.09 Given a spoken word, produce another word that            EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                            number 10 or less.         rhymes with it.                                                       many uppercase and lowercase
                            MA.K.1.5 Count                                                                                   letters.
                            objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                            one-to-one                 literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   names of friends, and begin learning
                            correspondence and         and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      to write own last name, using capital
                            produce sets of given      EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         and lower case letters.
                            sizes.                     introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        EL.00.WR.07 Write
                            MA.K.1.6 Compare and       informational text.                                                   (unconventionally) to express own
                            order sets or numerals     EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         meaning
                            by using both cardinal     both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                            and ordinal meanings.      EL.00.RE.25 Locate the title and the name of the author of a book.    writing that approximates natural or
                            MA.K.2.1 Identify,                                                                               story language.
                            name, and describe                                                                               EL.00.WR.13 Write
                            basic two-dimensional                                                                            (unconventionally) simple messages
                            shapes (e.g., square,                                                                            or directions for a specific reason-or
                            circle, triangle,                                                                                for a specific person or specific
                            rectangle, regular                                                                               people.
                            hexagon) presented in a
                            variety of ways (e.g.,
                            with different sizes or
                            orientations).
                            MA.K.3.1 Identify the
                            measurable attributes
                            (e.g., length, weight)
                            and non-measurable
                            attributes (e.g.,
                            color) of an object.
                            MA.K.3.2 Compare,
                            sort, and order objects
                            according to measurable
                            (e.g., longest to
                            shortest, lightest to
                           2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                            heaviest) and non-
                            measurable (e.g., color,
                            texture) attributes.
5   MTWH   OCT 4-OCT 7      MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.02 Follow words read aloud from left to right and from    EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
           HM 1.2           write whole numbers to     top to bottom of the page.                                         include in a story.
                            10.                        EL.00.RE.03 Know that print is spoken words written down and       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                            MA.K.1.3 Count             has meaning.                                                       from left to right and from top to
                            forward by ones            EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.   bottom.
                            beginning with any         EL.00.RE.09 Given a spoken word, produce another word that         EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                            number less than 30;       rhymes with it.                                                    many uppercase and lowercase
                            count backward by ones     EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into           letters.
                            beginning with any         recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                  EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                            number 10 or less.         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.    names of friends, and begin learning
                            MA.K.1.5 Count             EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories       to write own last name, using capital
                            objects in a set using     based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.       and lower case letters.
                            one-to-one                                                                                    EL.00.WR.07 Write
                            correspondence and                                                                            (unconventionally) to express own
                            produce sets of given                                                                         meaning
                            sizes.                                                                                        EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                            MA.K.1.6 Compare and                                                                          writing that approximates natural or
                            order sets or numerals                                                                        story language.
                            by using both cardinal                                                                        EL.00.WR.12 Write
                            and ordinal meanings.                                                                         (unconventionally) brief stories that
                            MA.K.2.1 Identify,                                                                            use drawings to support meaning
                            name, and describe                                                                            and that label objects and places.
                            basic two-dimensional                                                                         EL.00.WR.13 Write
                            shapes (e.g., square,                                                                         (unconventionally) simple messages
                            circle, triangle,                                                                             or directions for a specific reason-or
                            rectangle, regular                                                                            for a specific person or specific
                            hexagon) presented in a                                                                       people.
                            variety of ways (e.g.,
                            with different sizes or
                            orientations).
                            MA.K.3.2 Compare,
                            sort, and order objects
                            according to measurable
                            (e.g., longest to
                            shortest, lightest to
                            heaviest) and non-
                            measurable (e.g., color,
                            texture) attributes.
6   TWHF   OCT 12-OCT 15    MA.K.1.5 Count             EL.00.RE.02 Follow words read aloud from left to right and from    EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
           HM 1.3           objects in a set using     top to bottom of the page.                                         include in a story.
                            one-to-one                 EL.00.RE.03 Know that print is spoken words written down and       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                            correspondence and         has meaning.                                                       from left to right and from top to
                            produce sets of given      EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.   bottom.
                            sizes.                     EL.00.RE.09 Given a spoken word, produce another word that         EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                            MA.K.2.1 Identify,         rhymes with it.                                                    many uppercase and lowercase
                            name, and describe         EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into           letters.
                            basic two-dimensional      recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                  EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                            shapes (e.g., square,      L.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read     names of friends, and begin learning
                            circle, triangle,          aloud.                                                             to write own last name, using capital
                            rectangle, regular         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read   and lower case letters.
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                             hexagon) presented in a    aloud.                                                                 EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             variety of ways (e.g.,                                                                            (unconventionally) to express own
                             with different sizes or                                                                           meaning
                             orientations).                                                                                    EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             MA.K.3.1 Identify the                                                                             writing that approximates natural or
                             measurable attributes                                                                             story language.
                             (e.g., length, weight)                                                                            EL.00.WR.12 Write
                             and non-measurable                                                                                (unconventionally) brief stories that
                             attributes (e.g.,                                                                                 use drawings to support meaning
                             color) of an object.                                                                              and that label objects and places.
                             MA.K.3.2 Compare,                                                                                 EL.00.WR.13 Write
                             sort, and order objects                                                                           (unconventionally) simple messages
                             according to measurable                                                                           or directions for a specific reason-or
                             (e.g., longest to                                                                                 for a specific person or specific
                             shortest, lightest to                                                                             people.
                             heaviest) and non-
                             measurable (e.g., color,
                             texture) attributes.
7   MTWHF   OCT 18-OCT 22    MA.K.1.5 Count             EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            End of 1st       objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual        include in a story.
            progress         one-to-one                 words in a sentences.                                                  EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
            HM 2.1           correspondence and         EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written       from left to right and from top to
                             produce sets of given      word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken          bottom.
                             sizes.                     word (alphabetic principle).                                           EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             MA.K.1.6 Compare and       EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning        many uppercase and lowercase
                             order sets or numerals     sound.                                                                 letters.
                             by using both cardinal     EL.00.RE.11 Given oral sets like “pan, pan, pen,” identify the first   EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             and ordinal meanings.      two as being the same and then third as different.                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,           EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into               to write own last name, using capital
                             combine, and apply         recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                      and lower case letters.
                             effective strategies for   EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.        EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             solving joining and        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few             (unconventionally) to express own
                             separating problems.       very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                        meaning
                             MA.K.1.9 Identify,         EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s      EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             duplicate, and extend      literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic    writing that approximates natural or
                             simple number patterns     and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                       story language.
                             and sequential and         EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is          EL.00.WR.12 Write
                             growing patterns (e.g.,    introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and         (unconventionally) brief stories that
                             patterns made with         informational text.                                                    use drawings to support meaning
                             shapes).                   EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing          and that label objects and places.
                             MA.K.3.1 Identify the      both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.      EL.00.WR.13 Write
                             measurable attributes      EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                (unconventionally) simple messages
                             (e.g., length, weight)     complex literary text through discussions.                             or directions for a specific reason-or
                             and non-measurable         EL.00.RE.25 Locate the title and the name of the author of a book.     for a specific person or specific
                             attributes (e.g.,          EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                    people.
                             color) of an object.       EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                                                        stories.
8   MTW     OCT 25-OCT 27    MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            HM 2.2           write whole numbers to     EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual        include in a story.
                             10.                        words in a sentences.                                                  EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written       from left to right and from top to
                             forward by ones            word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken          bottom.
                             beginning with any         word (alphabetic principle).                                           EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                             number less than 30;       EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                             count backward by ones     sound.                                                                letters.
                             beginning with any         EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             number 10 or less.         recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             MA.K.1.5 Count             EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                             objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            and lower case letters.
                             one-to-one                 very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             correspondence and         EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              (unconventionally) to express own
                             produce sets of given      predictions about the text.                                           meaning
                             sizes.                     EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             MA.K.1.6 Compare and       based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          writing that approximates natural or
                             order sets or numerals     EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               story language.
                             by using both cardinal     complex literary text through discussions                             EL.00.WR.12 Write
                             and ordinal meanings.      EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   (unconventionally) brief stories that
                             MA.K.3.2 Compare,          stories.                                                              use drawings to support meaning
                             sort, and order objects    EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or portions of    and that label objects and places.
                             according to measurable    the story.                                                            EL.00.WR.13 Write
                             (e.g., longest to                                                                                (unconventionally) simple messages
                             shortest, lightest to                                                                            or directions for a specific reason-or
                             heaviest) and non-                                                                               for a specific person or specific
                             measurable (e.g., color,                                                                         people.
                             texture) attributes.
9    MTWHF   NOV 1-NOV5      MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters.      EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             H.M 2.3         forward by ones                                                                                  include in a story.
                             beginning with any         EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             number less than 30;       words in a sentences.                                                 from left to right and from top to
                             count backward by ones     EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      bottom.
                             beginning with any         word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             number 10 or less.         word (alphabetic principle).                                          many uppercase and lowercase
                             MA.K.1.5 Count             EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       letters.
                             objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             one-to-one                 recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             correspondence and         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                             produce sets of given      sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                             sizes.                     EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             MA.K.1.9 Identify,         very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       (unconventionally) to express own
                             duplicate, and extend      L.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read        meaning
                             simple number patterns     aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             and sequential and         EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              writing that approximates natural or
                             growing patterns (e.g.,    predictions about the text.                                           story language.
                             patterns made with         EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.12 Write
                             shapes).                   complex literary text through discussions.                            (unconventionally) brief stories that
                             MA.K.3.2 Compare,          EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   use drawings to support meaning
                             sort, and order objects    EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      and that label objects and places.
                             according to measurable    aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                             (e.g., longest to          EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   (unconventionally) simple messages
                             shortest, lightest to      stories.                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                             heaviest) and non-         EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or portions of    for a specific person or specific
                             measurable (e.g., color,   the story.                                                            people.
                             texture) attributes.
10   MTW     NOV 8-NOV 10    MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.04 Recognize that sentences in print are made up of          EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             H.M 3.1         write whole numbers to     separate words                                                        include in a story.
                             10.                        EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                              MA.K.1.2 Connect            EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       from left to right and from top to
                              numbers, including          words in a sentences.                                                 bottom.
                              written numerals, to the    EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              quantities they             word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         many uppercase and lowercase
                              represent, using various    word (alphabetic principle).                                          letters.
                              physical models and         EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              representations.            sound.                                                                names of friends, and begin learning
                              MA.K.1.3 Count              EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              to write own last name, using capital
                              forward by ones             recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     and lower case letters.
                              beginning with any          EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.07 Write
                              number less than 30;        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            (unconventionally) to express own
                              count backward by ones      very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       meaning
                              beginning with any          EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                              number 10 or less.          literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   writing that approximates natural or
                              MA.K.1.4 Recognize          and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      story language.
                              the number of objects in    EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         EL.00.WR.12 Write
                              a small set (such as the    introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        (unconventionally) brief stories that
                              arrangements of dots on     informational text.                                                   use drawings to support meaning
                              a number cube) without      EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         and that label objects and places.
                              counting.                   both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     EL.00.WR.13 Write
                              MA.K.1.5 Count              EL.00.RE.25 Locate the title and the name of the author of a book.    (unconventionally) simple messages
                              objects in a set using      L.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read        or directions for a specific reason-or
                              one-to-one                  aloud.                                                                for a specific person or specific
                              correspondence and          EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.      people.
                              produce sets of given       EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories
                              sizes.                      based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.
                              MA.K.1.7 Model              EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more
                              simple joining and          complex literary text through discussions.
                              separating situations       EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                              and represent them with     stories.
                              objects, pictures, and/or
                              numerals.
                              MA.K.2.1 Identify,
                              name, and describe
                              basic two-dimensional
                              shapes (e.g., square,
                              circle, triangle,
                              rectangle, regular
                              hexagon) presented in a
                              variety of ways (e.g.,
                              with different sizes or
                              orientations).
                              MA.K.2.2 Identify,
                              name, and describe
                              basic three-dimensional
                              shapes (e.g., sphere,
                              cube, and cylinder).
11   MTWHF   NOV 15-NOV 19    MA.K.1.1 Read and           EL.00.RE.04 Recognize that sentences in print are made up of          EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             HM 3.2           write whole numbers to      separate words.                                                       include in a story.
                              10.                         .RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters            EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              MA.K.1.2 Connect            EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       from left to right and from top to
                              numbers, including          words in a sentences.                                                 bottom.
                              written numerals, to the    EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                          2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                           quantities they             word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         many uppercase and lowercase
                           represent, using various    word (alphabetic principle).                                          letters.
                           physical models and         EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                           representations.            sound.                                                                names of friends, and begin learning
                           MA.K.1.4 Recognize          EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              to write own last name, using capital
                           the number of objects in    recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     and lower case letters.
                           a small set (such as the    EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.07 Write
                           arrangements of dots on     sound.                                                                (unconventionally) to express own
                           a number cube) without      EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            meaning
                           counting.                   very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                           MA.K.1.5 Count              EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              writing that approximates natural or
                           objects in a set using      predictions about the text.                                           story language.
                           one-to-one                  EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.12 Write
                           correspondence and          based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          (unconventionally) brief stories that
                           produce sets of given       EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               use drawings to support meaning
                           sizes.                      complex literary text through discussions.                            and that label objects and places.
                           MA.K.1.6 Compare and        EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   EL.00.WR.13 Write
                           order sets or numerals      stories.                                                              (unconventionally) simple messages
                           by using both cardinal                                                                            or directions for a specific reason-or
                           and ordinal meanings.                                                                             for a specific person or specific
                           MA.K.1.7 Model                                                                                    people.
                           simple joining and
                           separating situations
                           and represent them with
                           objects, pictures, and/or
                           numerals.
12   MT   NOV 22-NOV 23    MA.K.1.1 Read and           EL.00.RE.04 Recognize that sentences in print are made up of          EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
          HM 3.3           write whole numbers to      separate words.                                                       include in a story.
                           10.                         EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                           MA.K.1.2 Connect            EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       from left to right and from top to
                           numbers, including          words in a sentences.                                                 bottom.
                           written numerals, to the    EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                           quantities they             word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         many uppercase and lowercase
                           represent, using various    word (alphabetic principle).                                          letters.
                           physical models and         EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                           representations.            sound.                                                                names of friends, and begin learning
                           MA.K.1.3 Count              EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              to write own last name, using capital
                           forward by ones             recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     and lower case letters.
                           beginning with any          EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.07 Write
                           number less than 30;        sound.                                                                (unconventionally) to express own
                           count backward by ones      EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            meaning
                           beginning with any          very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                           number 10 or less.          EL.00.RE.26 Recognize and demonstrate familiarity with                writing that approximates natural or
                           MA.K.1.4 Recognize          everyday print such as signs, notices, labels; newspapers; and        story language.
                           the number of objects in    informational books.                                                  EL.00.WR.12 Write
                           a small set (such as the    EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       (unconventionally) brief stories that
                           arrangements of dots on     aloud.                                                                use drawings to support meaning
                           a number cube) without      EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life                   and that label objects and places.
                           counting.                   EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.13 Write
                           MA.K.1.5 Count              based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          (unconventionally) simple messages
                           objects in a set using      EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               or directions for a specific reason-or
                           one-to-one                  complex literary text through discussions.                            for a specific person or specific
                           correspondence and          EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      people.
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                             produce sets of given       aloud.
                             sizes.                      EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                             MA.K.1.6 Compare and        stories.
                             order sets or numerals
                             by using both cardinal
                             and ordinal meanings.
                             MA.K.1.7 Model
                             simple joining and
                             separating situations
                             and represent them with
                             objects, pictures, and/or
                             numerals.
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,
                             combine, and apply
                             effective strategies for
                             solving joining and
                             separating problems.

13   MTWHF   NOV 29-DEC 3    MA.K.1.5 Count              EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             End of 2nd      objects in a set using      EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize                  include in a story.
             progress        one-to-one                  individual words in a sentences.                                      EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
             HM 4.1          correspondence and          EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                             produce sets of given       word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                             sizes.                      word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             MA.K.2.1 Identify,          EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                             name, and describe          sound.                                                                letters.
                             basic two-dimensional       EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             shapes (e.g., square,       recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             circle, triangle,           EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                             rectangle, regular          sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                             hexagon) presented in a     EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             variety of ways (e.g.,      EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            (unconventionally) to express own
                             with different sizes or     very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       meaning
                             orientations).              EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             MA.K.2.2 Identify,          literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   writing that approximates natural or
                             name, and describe          and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      story language.
                             basic three-dimensional     EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.12 Write
                             shapes (e.g., sphere,       complex text through discussions.                                     (unconventionally) brief stories that
                             cube, and cylinder).        EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         use drawings to support meaning
                             MA.K.2.3 Use basic          introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        and that label objects and places.
                             shapes and spatial          informational text.                                                   EL.00.WR.13 Write
                             reasoning to describe       EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         (unconventionally) simple messages
                             and model objects in        both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     or directions for a specific reason-or
                             their environment, and      EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       for a specific person or specific
                             to construct more           aloud.                                                                people.
                             complex shapes.             EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories
                             MA.K.3.3 Compare the        based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.
                             lengths of two objects      EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more
                             both directly (by           complex literary text through discussions.
                             comparing them with         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read
                             each other) and             aloud.
                             indirectly (by              EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                             comparing both with a       stories.
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                              third object).

14   MTWHF   DEC 6-DEC 10     MA.K.1.9 Identify,         EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             HM 4.2           duplicate, and extend      EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize                  include in a story.
                              simple number patterns     individual words in a sentences.                                      EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              and sequential and         EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              growing patterns (e.g.,    word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              patterns made with         word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              shapes).                   EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              MA.K.2.1 Identify,         sound.                                                                letters.
                              name, and describe         EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              basic two-dimensional      recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              shapes (e.g., square,      EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                              circle, triangle,          sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                              rectangle, regular         EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.07 Write
                              hexagon) presented in a    EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            (unconventionally) to express own
                              variety of ways (e.g.,     very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       meaning
                              with different sizes or    EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                              orientations).             predictions about the text                                            writing that approximates natural or
                              MA.K.2.2 Identify,         EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          story language.
                              name, and describe         based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.12 Write
                              basic three-dimensional    EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               (unconventionally) brief stories that
                              shapes (e.g., sphere,      complex literary text through discussions.                            use drawings to support meaning
                              cube, and cylinder).       EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   and that label objects and places.
                              MA.K.2.3 Use basic         stories.                                                              EL.00.WR.13 Write
                              shapes and spatial         EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or portions of    (unconventionally) simple messages
                              reasoning to describe      the story.                                                            or directions for a specific reason-or
                              and model objects in                                                                             for a specific person or specific
                              their environment, and                                                                           people.
                              to construct more
                              complex shapes.
                              MA.K.3.1 Identify the
                              measurable attributes
                              (e.g., length, weight)
                              and non-measurable
                              attributes (e.g.,
                              color) of an object.

15   MTWHF   DEC 13-DEC 17    MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             4.3              write whole numbers to     EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize                  include in a story.
                              10.                        individual words in a sentences.                                      EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              MA.K.1.2 Connect           EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              numbers, including         word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              written numerals, to the   word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              quantities they            EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              represent, using various   sound.                                                                letters.
                              physical models and        EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              representations.           recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              MA.K.1.4 Recognize         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                              the number of objects in   sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                              a small set (such as the   EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.07 Write
                              arrangements of dots on    EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            (unconventionally) to express own
                              a number cube) without     very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       meaning
                          2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                           counting.                   EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                           MA.K.1.5 Count              complex text through discussions.                                     writing that approximates natural or
                           objects in a set using      EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          story language.
                           one-to-one                  based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.12 Write
                           correspondence and          EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               (unconventionally) brief stories that
                           produce sets of given       complex literary text through discussions.                            use drawings to support meaning
                           sizes.                      EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      and that label objects and places.
                           MA.K.1.6 Compare and        aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                           order sets or numerals      EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   (unconventionally) simple messages
                           by using both cardinal      stories.                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                           and ordinal meanings.                                                                             for a specific person or specific
                           MA.K.1.7 Model                                                                                    people.
                           simple joining and
                           separating situations
                           and represent them with
                           objects, pictures, and/or
                           numerals.
                           MA.K.1.8 Choose,
                           combine, and apply
                           effective strategies for
                           solving joining and
                           separating problems.
                           MA.K.2.1 Identify,
                           name, and describe
                           basic two-dimensional
                           shapes (e.g., square,
                           circle, triangle,
                           rectangle, regular
                           hexagon) presented in a
                           variety of ways (e.g.,
                           with different sizes or
                           orientations).
                           MA.K.2.2 Identify,
                           name, and describe
                           basic three-dimensional
                           shapes (e.g., sphere,
                           cube, and cylinder).
                           MA.K.2.3 Use basic
                           shapes and spatial
                           reasoning to describe
                           and model objects in
                           their environment, and
                           to construct more
                           complex shapes.
16   TWHF   JAN 4-JAN 7                                                                                                      EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            HM 5.1         MA.K.2.1 Identify,          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       include in a story.
                           name, and describe          EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize                  EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                           basic two-dimensional       individual words in a sentences.                                      from left to right and from top to
                           shapes (e.g., square,       EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      bottom.
                           circle, triangle,           word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                           rectangle, regular          word (alphabetic principle).                                          many uppercase and lowercase
                           hexagon) presented in a     EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       letters.
                           variety of ways (e.g.,      sound.                                                                EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                              with different sizes or     EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              names of friends, and begin learning
                              orientations).              recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     to write own last name, using capital
                              MA.K.2.2 Identify,          EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       and lower case letters.
                              name, and describe          sound.                                                                EL.00.WR.07 Write
                              basic three-dimensional     EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         (unconventionally) to express own
                              shapes (e.g., sphere,       EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            meaning
                              cube, and cylinder).        very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                              MA.K.2.3 Use basic          EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     writing that approximates natural or
                              shapes and spatial          literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   story language.
                              reasoning to describe       and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      EL.00.WR.12 Write
                              and model objects in        EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               (unconventionally) brief stories that
                              their environment, and      complex text through discussions.                                     use drawings to support meaning
                              to construct more           EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         and that label objects and places.
                              complex shapes.             introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        EL.00.WR.13 Write
                              MA.K.1.1 Read and           informational text.                                                   (unconventionally) simple messages
                              write whole numbers to      EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         or directions for a specific reason-or
                              10.                         both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     for a specific person or specific
                              MA.K.1.5 Count              EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          people.
                              objects in a set using      based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.
                              one-to-one                  EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read
                              correspondence and          aloud.
                              produce sets of given       EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more
                              sizes.                      complex literary text through discussions.
                                                          EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read
                                                          aloud.
                                                          EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                                                          stories.
17   MTWHF   JAN 10-JAN 14    MA.K.1.3 Count              EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             HM 5.2           forward by ones             EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize                  include in a story.
                              beginning with any          individual words in a sentences.                                      EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              number less than 30;        EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              count backward by ones      word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              beginning with any          word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              number 10 or less.          EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              MA.K.1.5 Count              sound.                                                                letters.
                              objects in a set using      EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              one-to-one                  recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              correspondence and          EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                              produce sets of given       sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                              sizes.                      EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.07 Write
                              MA.K.1.6 Compare and        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            (unconventionally) to express own
                              order sets or numerals      very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       meaning
                              by using both cardinal      EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                              and ordinal meanings.       literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   writing that approximates natural or
                              MA.K.1.7 Model              and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      story language.
                              simple joining and          EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.12 Write
                              separating situations       complex text through discussions.                                     (unconventionally) brief stories that
                              and represent them with     EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       use drawings to support meaning
                              objects, pictures, and/or   aloud.                                                                and that label objects and places.
                              numerals.                   EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.13 Write
                              MA.K.1.9 Identify,          based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          (unconventionally) simple messages
                              duplicate, and extend       EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               or directions for a specific reason-or
                              simple number patterns      complex literary text through discussions.                            for a specific person or specific
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                             and sequential and         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      people.
                             growing patterns (e.g.,    aloud.
                             patterns made with         EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                             shapes).                   stories.
18   TWHF   JAN 18-JAN 21    MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            HM 5.3           write whole numbers to     EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize                  include in a story.
                             10.                        individual words in a sentences.                                      EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             MA.K.1.2 Connect           EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                             numbers, including         word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                             written numerals, to the   word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             quantities they            EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                             represent, using various   sound.                                                                letters.
                             physical models and        EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             representations.           recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                             forward by ones            sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                             beginning with any         EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             number less than 30;       EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            (unconventionally) to express own
                             count backward by ones     very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       meaning
                             beginning with any         EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             number 10 or less.         literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   writing that approximates natural or
                             MA.K.1.4 Recognize         and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      story language.
                             the number of objects in   EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.12 Write
                             a small set (such as the   complex text through discussions.                                     (unconventionally) brief stories that
                             arrangements of dots on    EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       use drawings to support meaning
                             a number cube) without     aloud.                                                                and that label objects and places.
                             counting.                  EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.13 Write
                             MA.K.1.5 Count             based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          (unconventionally) simple messages
                             objects in a set using     EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               or directions for a specific reason-or
                             one-to-one                 complex literary text through discussions.                            for a specific person or specific
                             correspondence and         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      people.
                             produce sets of given      aloud.
                             sizes.                     EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,           stories.
                             combine, and apply
                             effective strategies for
                             solving joining and
                             separating problems.
                             MA.K.3.2 Compare,
                             sort, and order objects
                             according to measurable
                             (e.g., longest to
                             shortest, lightest to
                             heaviest) and non-
                             measurable (e.g., color,
                             texture) attributes.
                             MA.K.3.3 Compare the
                             lengths of two objects
                             both directly (by
                             comparing them with
                             each other) and
                             indirectly (by
                             comparing both with a
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                              third object).

19   MTWHF   JAN 24-JAN 28    MA.K.1.1 Read and           EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             End of 1st       write whole numbers to      EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
             semester         10.                         words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
             H.M 6.1          MA.K.1.3 Count              EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              forward by ones             word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              beginning with any          word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              number less than 30;        EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              count backward by ones      sound.                                                                letters.
                              beginning with any          EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              number 10 or less.          recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              MA.K.1.5 Count              EL.00.RE.14 Orally segment single syllable spoken words into          to write own last name, using capital
                              objects in a set using      their components (e.g., cat=/c/a/t).                                  and lower case letters.
                              one-to-one                  EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                              correspondence and          sound.                                                                some words when they are dictated
                              produce sets of given       EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                              sizes.                      EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            consonant-vowel-consonant words
                              MA.K.1.6 Compare and        very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       such as man, cat, and run
                              order sets or numerals      EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     (depending on the alphabetic
                              by using both cardinal      literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   principle)
                              and ordinal meanings.       and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      EL.00.WR.07 Write
                              MA.K.1.7 Model              EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               (unconventionally) to express own
                              simple joining and          complex text through discussions.                                     meaning
                              separating situations       EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                              and represent them with     introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        writing that approximates natural or
                              objects, pictures, and/or   informational text.                                                   story language.
                              numerals.                   EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                          both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                          EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              spell independently.
                                                          predictions about the text.                                           EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                          EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                          aloud.                                                                vowel-consonant words.
                                                          EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                          based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                          EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               use drawings to support meaning
                                                          complex literary text through discussions.                            and that label objects and places.
                                                          EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                          aloud.                                                                (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                          EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                          stories.                                                              for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                                people.


20    TWHF   FEB 1-FEB 4      MA.K.1.3 Count              EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             H.M 6.2          forward by ones             EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                              beginning with any          words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              number less than 30;        EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              count backward by ones      word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              beginning with any          word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              number 10 or less.          EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              MA.K.3.2 Compare,           sound.                                                                letters.
                              sort, and order objects     EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                             according to measurable    recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             (e.g., longest to          EL.00.RE.14 Orally segment single syllable spoken words into          to write own last name, using capital
                             shortest, lightest to      their components (e.g., cat=/c/a/t).                                  and lower case letters.
                             heaviest) and non-         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                             measurable (e.g., color,   sound.                                                                some words when they are dictated
                             texture) attributes.       EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                        very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       such as man, cat, and run
                                                        EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     (depending on the alphabetic
                                                        literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   principle)
                                                        and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                        EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               (unconventionally) to express own
                                                        complex text through discussions.                                     meaning
                                                        EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                        aloud.                                                                writing that approximates natural or
                                                        EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          story language.
                                                        based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                        EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                        complex literary text through discussions.                            spell independently.
                                                        EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                        EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                        aloud.                                                                vowel-consonant words.
                                                        EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                        stories.                                                              (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                                              use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                                              and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                                              EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                              (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                              for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                              people.


21   MTWHF   FEB 7-FEB 11    MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             H.M 6.3         write whole numbers to     EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                             10.                        words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             MA.K.1.2 Connect           EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                             numbers, including         word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                             written numerals, to the   word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             quantities they            EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                             represent, using various   sound.                                                                letters.
                             physical models and        EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             representations.           recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.14 Orally segment single syllable spoken words into          to write own last name, using capital
                             forward by ones            their components (e.g., cat=/c/a/t).                                  and lower case letters.
                             beginning with any         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                             number less than 30;       sound.                                                                some words when they are dictated
                             count backward by ones     EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                             beginning with any                                                                               consonant-vowel-consonant words
                             number 10 or less.         EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            such as man, cat, and run
                             MA.K.1.5 Count             very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       (depending on the alphabetic
                             objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     principle)
                             one-to-one                 literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   EL.00.WR.07 Write
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                             correspondence and         and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (unconventionally) to express own
                             produce sets of given      EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               meaning
                             sizes.                     complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             MA.K.1.6 Compare and       EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       writing that approximates natural or
                             order sets or numerals     aloud.                                                                story language.
                             by using both cardinal     EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                             and ordinal meanings.      predictions about the text.                                           awareness and letter knowledge to
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,           EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          spell independently.
                             combine, and apply         based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                             effective strategies for   EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               conventionally-spelled consonant-
                             solving joining and        complex literary text through discussions.                            vowel-consonant words.
                             separating problems.       EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                        EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                        aloud.                                                                use drawings to support meaning
                                                        EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   and that label objects and places.
                                                        stories.                                                              EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                              (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                              for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                              people.


22   TWHF   FEB 15-FEB 18    MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            H.M 7.1          forward by ones            EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                             beginning with any         words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             number less than 30;       EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                             count backward by ones     word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                             beginning with any         word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             number 10 or less.         EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                             MA.K.1.5 Count             sound.                                                                letters.
                             objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             one-to-one                 recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             correspondence and         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                             produce sets of given      sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                             sizes.                     EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                             MA.K.1.6 Compare and       EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                             order sets or numerals     very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                             by using both cardinal     EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                             and ordinal meanings.      literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,           and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                             combine, and apply         EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                             effective strategies for   complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             solving joining and        EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         (unconventionally) to express own
                             separating problems.       introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        meaning
                                                        informational text.                                                   EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                        EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         writing that approximates natural or
                                                        both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     story language.
                                                        EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                        aloud.                                                                awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                        EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              spell independently.
                                                        predictions about the text.                                           EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                        EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                        based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          vowel-consonant words.
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                         EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                         complex literary text through discussions.                            (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                         EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   use drawings to support meaning
                                                         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      and that label objects and places.
                                                         aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                         EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                         stories.                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                               for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                               people.


23    TWHF   FEB 22-FEB 25    MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             H.M 7.2          write whole numbers to     EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                              10.                        words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              MA.K.1.2 Connect           EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              numbers, including         word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              written numerals, to the   word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              quantities they            EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              represent, using various   sound.                                                                letters.
                              physical models and        EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              representations.           recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              MA.K.1.5 Count             EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                              objects in a set using     sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                              one-to-one                 EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                              correspondence and         EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                              produce sets of given      very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                              sizes.                     EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                              MA.K.1.6 Compare and       literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                              order sets or numerals     and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                              by using both cardinal     EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                              and ordinal meanings.      complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                         EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       (unconventionally) to express own
                                                         aloud.                                                                meaning
                                                         EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                         predictions about the text.                                           writing that approximates natural or
                                                         EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          story language.
                                                         based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                         EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                         complex literary text through discussions.                            spell independently.
                                                         EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                         aloud.                                                                vowel-consonant words.
                                                         EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                         stories.                                                              (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                                               use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                                               and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                                               EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                               (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                               or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                               for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                               people.

24   MTWHF   FEB 28-MAR 4     MA.K.1.1 Read and          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
             H.M 7.3          write whole numbers to      EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                              10.                         words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              MA.K.1.5 Count              EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              objects in a set using      word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              one-to-one                  word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              correspondence and          EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              produce sets of given       sound.                                                                letters.
                              sizes.                      EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              MA.K.1.6 Compare and        recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              order sets or numerals      EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                              by using both cardinal      sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                              and ordinal meanings.       EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                                                          EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                                                          very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                          EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                          literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                                                          and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                                                          EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                                                          complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                          EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       (unconventionally) to express own
                                                          aloud.                                                                meaning
                                                          EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                          predictions about the text.                                           writing that approximates natural or
                                                          EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          story language.
                                                          based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                          EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                          complex literary text through discussions.                            spell independently.
                                                          EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                          EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                          aloud.                                                                vowel-consonant words.
                                                          EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                          stories.                                                              (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                                                use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                                                and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                                                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                                (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                                or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                                for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                                people.

25   MTWHF   MAR 7- MAR 11    MA.K.1.1 Read and           EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             End of 4th       write whole numbers to      EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
             progress         10.                         words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
             H.M. 8.1         MA.K.1.7 Model              EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              simple joining and          word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              separating situations       word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              and represent them with     EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              objects, pictures, and/or   sound.                                                                letters.
                              numerals.                   EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                              MA.K.1.8 Choose,            recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                              combine, and apply          EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                              effective strategies for    sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                              solving joining and         EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                          2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                           separating problems.        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                                                       very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                       EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                       literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                                                       and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                                                       EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                                                       complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                       EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         (unconventionally) to express own
                                                       introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        meaning
                                                       informational text.                                                   EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                       EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         writing that approximates natural or
                                                       both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     story language.
                                                       EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                       predictions about the text.                                           awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                       EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       spell independently.
                                                       aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                       EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                       based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          vowel-consonant words.
                                                       EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                       complex literary text through discussions.                            (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                       EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   use drawings to support meaning
                                                       EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      and that label objects and places.
                                                       aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                       EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                       stories.                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                             for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                             people.

26   MTWHF   MAR 14-MAR    MA.K.1.1 Read and           EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             18            write whole numbers to      EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
             H.M 8.2       10.                         words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                           MA.K.1.7 Model              EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                           simple joining and          word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                           separating situations       word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                           and represent them with     EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                           objects, pictures, and/or   and ending sounds.                                                    letters.
                           numerals.                   EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                           MA.K.1.8 Choose,            sound.                                                                names of friends, and begin learning
                           combine, and apply          EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         to write own last name, using capital
                           effective strategies for    EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            and lower case letters.
                           solving joining and         very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                           separating problems.        EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     some words when they are dictated
                                                       literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                       and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                       EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               such as man, cat, and run
                                                       complex text through discussions.                                     (depending on the alphabetic
                                                       EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       principle)
                                                       aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                       EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              (unconventionally) to express own
                                                       predictions about the text.                                           meaning
                                                       EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                       based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          writing that approximates natural or
                                                       EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               story language.
                          2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                       complex literary text through discussions.                            EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                       EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                       EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      spell independently.
                                                       aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                       EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                       stories.                                                              vowel-consonant words.
                                                                                                                             EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                                                                                             (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                                             use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                                             and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                                             EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                             (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                             or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                             for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                             people.

27   WHF   MAR 30-APR 1    MA.K.1.7 Model              EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
           H.M 8.3         simple joining and          EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                           separating situations       words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                           and represent them with     EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                           objects, pictures, and/or   word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                           numerals.                   word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                           MA.K.1.8 Choose,            EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                           combine, and apply          sound.                                                                letters.
                           effective strategies for    EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                           solving joining and         recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                           separating problems.        EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                                                       sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                                                       EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                                                       EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                                                       very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                       EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                       literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                                                       and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                                                       EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                                                       complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                       EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       (unconventionally) to express own
                                                       aloud.                                                                meaning
                                                       EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                       predictions about the text.                                           writing that approximates natural or
                                                       EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          story language.
                                                       based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                       EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                       complex literary text through discussions.                            spell independently.
                                                       EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                       EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                       aloud.                                                                vowel-consonant words.
                                                       EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                       stories.                                                              (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                                             use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                                             and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                                             EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                             (unconventionally) simple messages
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                                                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                              for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                              people.

28   MTW    APR 4-APR 6      MA.K.1.3 Count             EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            H.M 9.1          forward by ones            EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                             beginning with any         words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             number less than 30;       EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                             count backward by ones     word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                             beginning with any         word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             number 10 or less.         EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                             MA.K.1.5 Count             sound.                                                                letters.
                             objects in a set using     EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             one-to-one                 recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                             correspondence and         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                             produce sets of given      sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                             sizes.                     EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,           EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                             combine, and apply         very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                             effective strategies for   EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                             solving joining and        literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                             separating problems.       and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                                                        EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                                                        complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                        EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is         (unconventionally) to express own
                                                        introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and        meaning
                                                        informational text.                                                   EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                        EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing         writing that approximates natural or
                                                        both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.     story language.
                                                        EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                        aloud.                                                                awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                        EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              spell independently.
                                                        predictions about the text.                                           EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                        EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.      conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                        EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          vowel-consonant words.
                                                        based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                        EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                        complex literary text through discussions.                            independently, closely
                                                        EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   approximating the correct shape and
                                                        EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      placement of the letters.
                                                        aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                        EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                        stories.                                                              use drawings to support meaning
                                                        EL.00.LI.07 Connect events in text to life experiences.               and that label objects and places.
                                                        EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                        portions of the story.                                                (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                              or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                              for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                              people.

29   TWHF   APR 12-APR 15    MA.K.3.2 Compare,          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            H.M. 9.2         sort, and order objects    EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                             according to measurable    words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                              (e.g., longest to          EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              shortest, lightest to      word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              heaviest) and non-         word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              measurable (e.g., color,   EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              texture) attributes.       sound.                                                                letters.
                                                         EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                                                         recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                                                         EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.       to write own last name, using capital
                                                         sound.                                                                and lower case letters.
                                                         EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words         EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                                                         EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few            some words when they are dictated
                                                         very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                       EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                         EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                         literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic   such as man, cat, and run
                                                         and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                      (depending on the alphabetic
                                                         EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               principle)
                                                         complex text through discussions.                                     EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                         EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read       (unconventionally) to express own
                                                         aloud.                                                                meaning
                                                         EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                         predictions about the text.                                           writing that approximates natural or
                                                         EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.      story language.
                                                         EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                         based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                         EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               spell independently.
                                                         complex literary text through discussions.                            EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                         EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                         EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      vowel-consonant words.
                                                         aloud.                                                                EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                         EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                         stories.                                                              independently, closely
                                                         EL.00.LI.07 Connect events in text to life experiences.               approximating the correct shape and
                                                         EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or                placement of the letters.
                                                         portions of the story.                                                EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                                                                                               (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                                               use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                                               and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                                               EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                               (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                               or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                               for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                               people.

30   MTWHF   APR 18-APR 22    MA.K.3.2 Compare,          EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters       EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             H.M 9.3          sort, and order objects    EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual       include in a story.
                              according to measurable    words in a sentences.                                                 EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                              (e.g., longest to          EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written      from left to right and from top to
                              shortest, lightest to      word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken         bottom.
                              heaviest) and non-         word (alphabetic principle).                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                              measurable (e.g., color,   EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning       many uppercase and lowercase
                              texture) attributes.       sound.                                                                letters.
                                                         EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                                                         recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                     names of friends, and begin learning
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                        EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.        to write own last name, using capital
                                                        sound.                                                                 and lower case letters.
                                                        EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words          EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                                                        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few             some words when they are dictated
                                                        very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                        EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                        EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s      consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                        literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic    such as man, cat, and run
                                                        and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                       (depending on the alphabetic
                                                        EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                principle)
                                                        complex text through discussions.                                      EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                        EL.00.RE.23 Identify and sort common pictures/words into basic         (unconventionally) to express own
                                                        categories (e.g., colors, shapes, foods).                              meaning
                                                        EL.00.RE.24 Describe common objects and events in both general         EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                        (ball) and specific language (large red ball with stripes).            writing that approximates natural or
                                                        EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read        story language.
                                                        aloud.                                                                 EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                        EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make               awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                        predictions about the text.                                            spell independently.
                                                        EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.       EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                        EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories           conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                        based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.           vowel-consonant words.
                                                        EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                        complex literary text through discussions.                             lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                        EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                    independently, closely
                                                        EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read       approximating the correct shape and
                                                        aloud.                                                                 placement of the letters.
                                                        EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of    EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                        stories.                                                               (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                        EL.00.LI.07 Connect events in text to life experiences.                use drawings to support meaning
                                                        EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or                 and that label objects and places.
                                                        portions of the story.                                                 EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                                               (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                                               or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                                               for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                               people.

31   TWHF   APR 26-APR 29    MA.K.1.2 Connect           EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters        EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            End of 5th       numbers, including         EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual        include in a story.
            progress         written numerals, to the   words in a sentences.                                                  EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
            H.M. 10.1        quantities they            EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written       from left to right and from top to
                             represent, using various   word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken          bottom.
                             physical models and        word (alphabetic principle).                                           EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             representations.           EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning        many uppercase and lowercase
                             MA.K.1.3 Count             sound.                                                                 letters.
                             forward by ones            EL.00.RE.12 Given oral sets like “sat, cap, run,” identify the first   EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             beginning with any         two as sharing a same sound.                                           names of friends, and begin learning
                             number less than 30;       EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into               to write own last name, using capital
                             count backward by ones     recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                      and lower case letters.
                             beginning with any         EL.00.RE.15 Understand that as letters of words change, so do the      EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                             number 10 or less.         sounds (alphabetic principle).                                         some words when they are dictated
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,           EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.        EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                             combine, and apply         sound.                                                                 consonant-vowel-consonant words
                             effective strategies for   EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words          such as man, cat, and run
                          2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                           solving joining and        EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few             (depending on the alphabetic
                           separating problems.       very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                        principle)
                                                      EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s      EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                      literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic    (unconventionally) to express own
                                                      and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                       meaning
                                                      EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                      complex text through discussions.                                      writing that approximates natural or
                                                      EL.00.RE.21 Understand, learn, and use new vocabulary that is          story language.
                                                      introduced and taught directly through orally-read stories and         EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                      informational text.                                                    awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                      EL.00.RE.22 Develop vocabulary by listening to and discussing          spell independently.
                                                      both familiar and conceptually challenging selections read aloud.      EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                      EL.00.RE.23 Identify and sort common pictures/words into basic         conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                      categories (e.g., colors, shapes, foods).                              vowel-consonant words.
                                                      EL.00.RE.24 Describe common objects and events in both general         EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                      (ball) and specific language (large red ball with stripes).            lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                      EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read        independently, closely
                                                      aloud.                                                                 approximating the correct shape and
                                                      EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make               placement of the letters.
                                                      predictions about the text.                                            EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                      EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.       (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                      EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories           use drawings to support meaning
                                                      based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.           and that label objects and places.
                                                      EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                      complex literary text through discussions.                             (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                      EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                    or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                      EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read       for a specific person or specific
                                                      aloud.                                                                 people.
                                                      EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of
                                                      stories.
                                                      EL.00.LI.07 Connect events in text to life experiences.
                                                      EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or
                                                      portions of the story.
32   TWHF   MAY 3-MAY 6    MA.K.1.2 Connect           EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters        EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            H.M 10.2       numbers, including         EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual        include in a story.
                           written numerals, to the   words in a sentences.                                                  EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                           quantities they            EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written       from left to right and from top to
                           represent, using various   word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken          bottom.
                           physical models and        word (alphabetic principle).                                           EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                           representations.           EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning        many uppercase and lowercase
                           MA.K.3.2 Compare,          sound.                                                                 letters.
                           sort, and order objects    EL.00.RE.12 Given oral sets like “sat, cap, run,” identify the first   EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                           according to measurable    two as sharing a same sound.                                           names of friends, and begin learning
                           (e.g., longest to          EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into               to write own last name, using capital
                           shortest, lightest to      recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                      and lower case letters.
                           heaviest) and non-         EL.00.RE.15 Understand that as letters of words change, so do the      EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                           measurable (e.g., color,   sounds (alphabetic principle).                                         some words when they are dictated
                           texture) attributes.       EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.        EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                           MA.K.3.3 Compare the       sound.                                                                 consonant-vowel-consonant words
                           lengths of two objects     EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words          such as man, cat, and run
                           both directly (by          EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few             (depending on the alphabetic
                           comparing them with        very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                        principle)
                           each other) and            EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s      EL.00.WR.07 Write
                         2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                          indirectly (by           literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic    (unconventionally) to express own
                          comparing both with a    and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                       meaning
                          third object).           EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                   complex text through discussions.                                      writing that approximates natural or
                                                   EL.00.RE.23 Identify and sort common pictures/words into basic         story language.
                                                   categories (e.g., colors, shapes, foods).                              EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                   EL.00.RE.24 Describe common objects and events in both general         awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                   (ball) and specific language (large red ball with stripes).            spell independently.
                                                   EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read        EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                   aloud.                                                                 conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                   EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make               vowel-consonant words.
                                                   predictions about the text.                                            EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                   EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.       lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                   EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories           independently, closely
                                                   based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.           approximating the correct shape and
                                                   EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                placement of the letters.
                                                   complex literary text through discussions.                             EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                   EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read       (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                   aloud.                                                                 use drawings to support meaning
                                                   EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of    and that label objects and places.
                                                   stories.                                                               EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                   EL.00.LI.07 Connect events in text to life experiences.                (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                   EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or                 or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                   portions of the story.                                                 for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                          people.

33   TWHF   MAY 10-MAY    MA.K.1.3 Count           EL.00.RE.06 Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters        EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            13            forward by ones          EL.00.RE.07 Listen to spoken sentences and recognize individual        include in a story.
            H.M 10.3      beginning with any       words in a sentences.                                                  EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                          number less than 30;     EL.00.RE.08 Understand that the sequence of letters in a written       from left to right and from top to
                          count backward by ones   word represents the sequence of sounds (phonemes) in a spoken          bottom.
                          beginning with any       word (alphabetic principle).                                           EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                          number 10 or less.       EL.00.RE.10 Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning        many uppercase and lowercase
                          MA.K.1.5 Count           sound.                                                                 letters.
                          objects in a set using   EL.00.RE.12 Given oral sets like “sat, cap, run,” identify the first   EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                          one-to-one               two as sharing a same sound.                                           names of friends, and begin learning
                          correspondence and       EL.00.RE.13 Orally blend two to three spoken sounds into               to write own last name, using capital
                          produce sets of given    recognizable words (e.g., /a/t/=at; /c/a/t/=cat).                      and lower case letters.
                          sizes.                   EL.00.RE.16 Learn most one-to-one letter sound correspondences.        EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                          MA.K.1.6 Compare and     sound.                                                                 some words when they are dictated
                          order sets or numerals   EL.00.RE.17 Blend sounds to read one-syllable decodable words          EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                          by using both cardinal   EL.00.RE.18 Recognize some words by sight, including a few             consonant-vowel-consonant words
                          and ordinal meanings.    very common ones (a, the, I, my, you, is, are).                        such as man, cat, and run
                                                   EL.00.RE.19 Listen to and experience a wide variety of children’s      (depending on the alphabetic
                                                   literature including alphabet books, informational stories, classic    principle)
                                                   and contemporary literature, and nursery rhymes.                       EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                   EL.00.RE.20 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more                (unconventionally) to express own
                                                   complex text through discussions.                                      meaning
                                                   EL.00.RE.23 Identify and sort common pictures/words into basic         EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                   categories (e.g., colors, shapes, foods).                              writing that approximates natural or
                                                   EL.00.RE.24 Describe common objects and events in both general         story language.
                                                   (ball) and specific language (large red ball with stripes).            EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                   EL.00.RE.27 Correctly answer simple questions about a text read        awareness and letter knowledge to
                         2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                    aloud.                                                                spell independently.
                                                    EL.00.RE.28 Use pictures or portions of the text to make              EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                    predictions about the text.                                           conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                    EL.00.RE.29 Connect the information in text to life experiences.      vowel-consonant words.
                                                    EL.00.LI.01 Listen, make connections, and respond to stories          EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                    based on well-known characters, themes, plots, and settings.          lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                    EL.00.LI.03 Demonstrate listening comprehension of more               independently, closely
                                                    complex literary text through discussions.                            approximating the correct shape and
                                                                                                                          placement of the letters.
                                                    EL.00.LI.04 Tell the sequence of events in a story.                   EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                    EL.00.LI.05 Correctly answer simple questions about stories read      (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                    aloud.                                                                use drawings to support meaning
                                                    EL.00.LI.06 Retell, reenact, dramatize, or draw stories or parts of   and that label objects and places.
                                                    stories.                                                              EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                    EL.00.LI.07 Connect events in text to life experiences.               (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                    EL.00.LI.08 Make predictions based on illustrations or                or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                    portions of the story.                                                for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                                          people.

34   TWHF   MAY 17-MAY    MA.K.1.1 Read and         Review and assess                                                     EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            20            write whole numbers to                                                                          include in a story.
                          10.                                                                                             EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                          MA.K.1.9 Identify,                                                                              from left to right and from top to
                          duplicate, and extend                                                                           bottom.
                          simple number patterns                                                                          EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                          and sequential and                                                                              many uppercase and lowercase
                          growing patterns (e.g.,                                                                         letters.
                          patterns made with                                                                              EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                          shapes).                                                                                        names of friends, and begin learning
                                                                                                                          to write own last name, using capital
                                                                                                                          and lower case letters.
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                                                                                                                          some words when they are dictated
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                                                                                                                          consonant-vowel-consonant words
                                                                                                                          such as man, cat, and run
                                                                                                                          (depending on the alphabetic
                                                                                                                          principle)
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.07 Write
                                                                                                                          (unconventionally) to express own
                                                                                                                          meaning
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                                                                                                                          writing that approximates natural or
                                                                                                                          story language.
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                                                                                          awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                                                                                          spell independently.
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                                                                                          conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                                                                                          vowel-consonant words.
                                                                                                                          EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                                                                                          lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                                                                                          independently, closely
                         2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                                                                    approximating the correct shape and
                                                                                                    placement of the letters.
                                                                                                    EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                                                                    (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                    use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                    and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                    EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                    (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                    or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                    for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                    people.

35   TWHF   MAY 24-MAY    MA.K.1.1 Read and           Review and assess                             EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
            27            write whole numbers to                                                    include in a story.
                          10.                                                                       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                          MA.K.1.5 Count                                                            from left to right and from top to
                          objects in a set using                                                    bottom.
                          one-to-one                                                                EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                          correspondence and                                                        many uppercase and lowercase
                          produce sets of given                                                     letters.
                          sizes.                                                                    EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                          MA.K.1.7 Model                                                            names of friends, and begin learning
                          simple joining and                                                        to write own last name, using capital
                          separating situations                                                     and lower case letters.
                          and represent them with                                                   EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                          objects, pictures, and/or                                                 some words when they are dictated
                          numerals.                                                                 EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                          MA.K.1.8 Choose,                                                          consonant-vowel-consonant words
                          combine, and apply                                                        such as man, cat, and run
                          effective strategies for                                                  (depending on the alphabetic
                          solving joining and                                                       principle)
                          separating problems.                                                      EL.00.WR.07 Write
                          MA.K.1.9 Identify,                                                        (unconventionally) to express own
                          duplicate, and extend                                                     meaning
                          simple number patterns                                                    EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                          and sequential and                                                        writing that approximates natural or
                          growing patterns (e.g.,                                                   story language.
                          patterns made with                                                        EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                          shapes).                                                                  awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                                                                    spell independently.
                                                                                                    EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                                                                    conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                                                                    vowel-consonant words.
                                                                                                    EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                                                                    lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                                                                    independently, closely
                                                                                                    approximating the correct shape and
                                                                                                    placement of the letters.
                                                                                                    EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                                                                    (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                    use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                    and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                    EL.00.WR.13 Write
                            2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
                                                                                                       (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                       or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                       for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                       people.

36   TWHF    MAY 31-JUN3     MA.K.1.1 Read and           Review and assess                             EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
                             write whole numbers to                                                    include in a story.
                             10.                                                                       EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
                             MA.K.1.5 Count                                                            from left to right and from top to
                             objects in a set using                                                    bottom.
                             one-to-one                                                                EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
                             correspondence and                                                        many uppercase and lowercase
                             produce sets of given                                                     letters.
                             sizes.                                                                    EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
                             MA.K.1.6 Compare and                                                      names of friends, and begin learning
                             order sets or numerals                                                    to write own last name, using capital
                             by using both cardinal                                                    and lower case letters.
                             and ordinal meanings.                                                     EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
                             MA.K.1.7 Model                                                            some words when they are dictated
                             simple joining and                                                        EL.00.WR.06 Write some
                             separating situations                                                     consonant-vowel-consonant words
                             and represent them with                                                   such as man, cat, and run
                             objects, pictures, and/or                                                 (depending on the alphabetic
                             numerals.                                                                 principle)
                             MA.K.1.8 Choose,                                                          EL.00.WR.07 Write
                             combine, and apply                                                        (unconventionally) to express own
                             effective strategies for                                                  meaning
                             solving joining and                                                       EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
                             separating problems.                                                      writing that approximates natural or
                                                                                                       story language.
                                                                                                       EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                                                                       awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                                                                       spell independently.
                                                                                                       EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                                                                       conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                                                                       vowel-consonant words.
                                                                                                       EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                                                                       lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                                                                       independently, closely
                                                                                                       approximating the correct shape and
                                                                                                       placement of the letters.
                                                                                                       EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                                                                       (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                                       use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                                       and that label objects and places.
                                                                                                       EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                                       (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                                       or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                                       for a specific person or specific
                                                                                                       people.

37   MTWHF   JUN 6-JUN 10    MA.K.1.5 Count              Review and assess                             EL.00.WR.01 Discuss ideas to
             End of 2nd      objects in a set using                                                    include in a story.
           2010-2011 Curriculum Map Grade: ________ School: _______________ Teacher: ________________
semester    one-to-one                                                                EL.00.WR.02 Write by moving
            correspondence and                                                        from left to right and from top to
            produce sets of given                                                     bottom.
            sizes.                                                                    EL.00.WR.03 Independently write
            MA.K.1.7 Model                                                            many uppercase and lowercase
            simple joining and                                                        letters.
            separating situations                                                     EL.00.WR.04 Write first name, first
            and represent them with                                                   names of friends, and begin learning
            objects, pictures, and/or                                                 to write own last name, using capital
            numerals.                                                                 and lower case letters.
            MA.K.1.8 Choose,                                                          EL.00.WR.05 Write most letters and
            combine, and apply                                                        some words when they are dictated
            effective strategies for                                                  EL.00.WR.06 Write some
            solving joining and                                                       consonant-vowel-consonant words
            separating problems.                                                      such as man, cat, and run
            MA.K.1.9 Identify,                                                        (depending on the alphabetic
            duplicate, and extend                                                     principle)
            simple number patterns                                                    EL.00.WR.07 Write
            and sequential and                                                        (unconventionally) to express own
            growing patterns (e.g.,                                                   meaning
            patterns made with                                                        EL.00.WR.08 Produce or dictate
            shapes).                                                                  writing that approximates natural or
                                                                                      story language.
                                                                                      EL.00.WR.09 Use phonemic
                                                                                      awareness and letter knowledge to
                                                                                      spell independently.
                                                                                      EL.00.WR.10 Spell come
                                                                                      conventionally-spelled consonant-
                                                                                      vowel-consonant words.
                                                                                      EL.00.WR.11 Write uppercase and
                                                                                      lowercase letters of the alphabet
                                                                                      independently, closely
                                                                                      approximating the correct shape and
                                                                                      placement of the letters.
                                                                                      EL.00.WR.12 Write
                                                                                      (unconventionally) brief stories that
                                                                                      use drawings to support meaning
                                                                                      and that label objects and places.
                                                                                      EL.00.WR.13 Write
                                                                                      (unconventionally) simple messages
                                                                                      or directions for a specific reason-or
                                                                                      for a specific person or specific
                                                                                      people.

				
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