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  • Understand numbers from 1-30 
  • Learns one-to-one correspondence 
  • Creating, recognizing, and extending simple patterns 
  • Identifying Concepts of time: clocks, days, weeks, months, and seasons 
  • Measurement 
  • Addition readiness 
  • Subtraction readiness 
  • Money and time 
  • Spatial positions 
  • Concepts of more than, less than, and equal to 
  • Counting from 1-100, understanding 2s, 5s, 10s 
  • Even/odd numbers 
  • Place value
  • Learn 26 upper and lowercase letter/sounds 
  • Identify first, middle, and last sounds 
  • Learn about syllables in words 
  • Recognize and produce rhymes 
  • Read CVC (consonant vowel consonant) words 
  • Identify short and long vowel sounds 
  • Reads first 50 sight words (Fry's list) 
  • Understands character, setting, and the sequence of events 
  • Appreciation and enjoyment of reading
  • Writes first and last name 
  • Writes uppercase and lowercase letters 
  • Ues capital letters at beginning of the sentence and for proper nouns 
  • Practice letter/sound correspondence 
  • Practice left-to-right progression in writing 
  • Use developmental continuum of spelling 
  • Punctuation 
  • Writes sight words correctly 
  • Writes CVC (consonant vowel consonant) words 
  • Writes with proper pencil grip and spacing
  • Respects and abides by classroom and community rules 
  • Shows awareness of self as a member of the classroom/school community and contributes positively to each 
  • Takes responsibility for self and takes care of personal belongings 
  • Takes care of and uses classroom and school materials appropriately 
  • Cultivates relationships across grade levels through Buddy Projects 
  • Developing awareness of diversity within families, cultures, and religions 
  • Building a safe, respectful, and empathetic community 
  • Learns conflict resolution
  • 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, school
 
  • Motors skills and movement patterns  
  • Running, jumping, and landing  
  • Balance and jump rope  
  • Engages in physical activity  
  • Sportsmanship
  • Makes prediction and draws conclusions with reasonable explanations 
  • Collects and records data with drawings, numbers, dictation, and/or writing 
  • Makes observations in discussions and investigations 
  • Demonstrates an understanding of key concepts in current units
  • Coding as language: cause and effect, conditional commands
  • Unplugged coding: directional commands, breaking down steps
  • Animation: Comic panels 
  • 2D and 3D shapes 
  • Seasons and cycles 
  • Building and design with manipulatives 
  • Forces of motion (push/pull, gravity, inertia, magnetism, flight)
  • Introduced to various art materials and tools 
  • Learn how to speak about their own art and the art of others (classmates and famous artists)
  • Use their environment to create artworks (nature, everyday surroundings, neighborhood) 
  • Complete projects that include the elements of art (line, shape, color, form, texture, value, space) 
  • Experience art from different cultures and time periods 
Projects and Topics: 
  • Primary colors 
  • Family portraits 
  • Texture scavenger hunt
  • Steady beat
  • Echo clapping
  • Singing/Hand percussion, mallets, drums
  • Circle games and folk dancing
  • Fast and slow/loud and soft/high and low
  • Create characters, stories and design elements 
  • Perform in one drama production a year
  • Demonstrate 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