• Math Curriculum (Feb. through June):

     

    * Measurement.

    * Time to hour and half-hour.

    *  Represent and interpret data.

    *  Extend counting sequence.

    *  Place value.

    *  Compare two digit numbers

    *  Use models and strategies to add tens and ones.

    *  Use models and strategies to subtract tens.

    *  Shapes and attributes.

    *  Equal shares.

    *  Step -up to 2nd grade.

     

     

     

    Reading Curriculum (Feb. through June):

     

    *  ABC order to second letter.

    *  Rhyme.

    *  Retell.

    *  Phoneme isolation, awareness, blending, segmentation, awareness, deletion.

    *  End blends.

    *  Comprehension:  visualize, key details, ask and answer questions.

    *  Fluency:  phrasing,expression, intonation.

    *  Make/confirm predictions.

    *  Character, setting, events.

    *  Genre: fantasy, fiction, nonfiction, folktale, nonfiction, informational text.

    *  Main topic and details.

    *  Plot/sequence.

    *  Alliteration.

    *  Antonyms/synonyms.

    *  Word categories.

    *  Open/closed syllables.

    *  Inflectional endings.

    *  Compound words.

     

     

    Spelling Curriculum (Feb. through June):

     

     Long a:  ai, ay, a.

    *  Long e:  e, ee, ea and ie.

    *  Long o:  o, oo.

    *  Long i:  i, y, igh, ie.

    *  Long e:  y, ey.

    *  Ar.

    *  Ur:  er, ir, ur, or.

    *  Or:  or, ore, oar.

    *  Dipthings:  ou, ow, oi, oy.

    *  Variant vowels:  /u/, /o/.

    *  Silent letters:  kn, wr, gn.

    *  Three letter blends:  str, spl, scr, spr, thr, shr.

     

    Grammar Curriculum (Feb. through June):

     

    *  Nouns - singular and plural, common and proper.

    *  Commas in a series.

    *  Apostrophes with contractions.

    *  Possessive nouns.

    *  Contractions.

    *  Prefixes

    *  Suffixes

    *  Adverbs

    *  Adjectives.

    *  Irregular plurals.

    *  Pronouns.

     

    Writing Curriculum (Feb. through June):

     

     *  Journal

    *  Autobiography.

    *  Seasonal themes - President's Day, Spring, Easter, Mother's Day.

    *  Book reports.

    *  Reports.

    *  Inventors.

    *  Simple letter.