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  • Standard Form of Numbers, Word Form of Numbers, and Ordinals
  • Addition and subtraction strategies to 20
  • Addition and subtraction facts to 20
  • Place value to 100
  • Creating different types of graphs and analyzing data
  • Addition of two-digit numbers with and without regrouping
  • Subtraction of two-digit numbers with and without regrouping
  • Geometry of plane and solid figures
  • Money: identifying and counting coins
  • Telling time to the nearest hour and half hour
  • Elapsed time and calendar
  • Recognize, compare, and order fractions
  • Measurement
  • Fractions: ½, ⅓, ¼, and part of a set
  • Probability
Small-group reading instruction
  • Phonological awareness
  • Phonics and decoding
  • High-frequency words
  • Guided spelling
  • Word analysis
Reading Strategies
  • Word recognition and analysis
  • Fluency
  • Comprehension
  • Self-monitoring and self-correcting
  • Generating independent thinking
  • Using schema/making connections
  • Visualizing
  • Retelling
  • Wondering/Questioning
  • Using text features
Grammar
  • Types of sentences
  • Types of nouns
  • Verbs
  • Verb tenses
  • Prepositions
  • Types of pronouns
  • Adjectives and adverbs
  • Capital letters
  • How to use commas, apostrophes, and quotation marks
Writing Genres
  • Narrative
  • Expository 
  • Opinion
  • Poetry
Writing Process and Craft
  • Generate ideas for writing
  • Choosing writing topics
  • Extend writing to tell more
  • Reread writing for sense
  • Read and share published pieces with the class
  • Analyze writing for specific purposes and revise
  • Proofreading and editing
  • Confer in pairs/ Give and receive feedback
  • Write for sustained periods of time
  • The rights and responsibilities of citizenship
  • Geography of the community
  • Symbols, icons, and traditions of the United States
  • Life today and long ago
  • Ways of living and exploring different cultures
  • Economics: goods and services
  • Greetings, common phrases 
  • Colors, numbers, shapes, sizes
  • Alphabet, subject pronouns
  • Body parts, clothing 
  • Feelings, favorite things
  • Calendar, four seasons, weather changes
  • Animals (domestic, farm, exotic)
  • Food, fruits, vegetables
  • Family members
  • Community helpers
  • Objects in the home and at school
  • Motor skills and movement patterns  
  • Hopping and galloping  
  • Twisting and bending  
  • Kicking and throwing  
  • Fitness knowledge  
  • Sportsmanship  
  • Scientific method
  • Sound
  • Light
  • Sky and earth
  • Weather and seasons
  • Living things
  • Parents and offspring
  • Coding as language: cause and effect, conditional commands
  • Unplugged coding and programming: directional commands
  • Reverse/Back engineering 
  • Design and build an arcade game Laws of Motion: Galileo’s gravity experiment and air resistance 
  • Continue learning about different art materials and tools and how to use them safely - Identifying everyday objects in their artwork 
  • Begin using art vocabulary to describe their art and the art of others 
  • Incorporate their likes and experiences into their artwork 
  • Complete projects that include the elements of art (line, shape, color, form, texture, value, space) 
  • Experiencing art from different cultures and time periods discussing why art is made and by who 
Projects and Topics: 
  • Secondary colors 
  • Still life 
  • Art from Indigenous cultures 
  • Batiks 
  • Folk art 
  • Steady beat
  • Echo clapping
  • Singing/solfege/mallets
  • Circle games and folk cancing
  • Fast and Slow/Loud and Soft/High and Low
  • Drum circle
  • We feature a wide variety of books
  • We go once a week for a read aloud and to check out books
  • We encourage questions and model reading strategies
  • We have character-based discussions
  • We have a large selection of books including fiction, nonfiction, and reference materials There are many Newbery and Caldecott winners in our holdings
  • The librarian is able to refer our students to many diverse books to students
  • There is a different display each month of theme-based artifacts
  • Create characters, stories, and design elements 
  • Perform in one drama production a year
  • Demonstrate the use of body and voice to communicate
  • Examine performance skills
  • Critically respond, offering comments and observations
  • Informed by our Episcopal identity
  • Once a week gathering with kindergarten through fifth-grade students
  • Once a week gathering with all grades
  • Time to reflect, pray, learn, and acknowledge events in the lives of students
  • Celebrate birthdays and communal events
  • Led by school chaplain with the assistance of the student chaplains
  • Guest speakers are welcomed to discuss different aspects of faith
  • Families and friends are welcome