- Reading: learn to read and understand with a positive attitude
- Writing: learn to write everyday for a variety of authentic purposes using the 6 Traits of Writing Philosopy
- Listening: listen, understand, and use oral messages
- Speaking: express thoughts and ideas in an appropriate, meaningful manner
- Convention/Structure: begin the use of language, particularly punctuation and capitalization
- Spelling: begin the use of developmentally appropriate spelling strategies
- Number sense: Understand our number system by relating, counting, and grouping
- Geometry: Describe, model, and classify shapes
- Measurement: Explore measurement of length using a ruler; compare volumes and weights
- Operations and computation: Model, explain, and develop reasonable proficiency with basic addition and subtraction facts; apply problem solving strategies
- Patterns and relationships: Recognize, describe, extend, and create a wide variety of patterns
- Probability and statistics: Collect, construct, and read information on a graph
- Content: study families, neighborhoods, and our country's history
- Skills: use maps and develop cultural awareness
Science & Health
- Content: participate in hands-on activities in the following areas:
- Astronomy: introduction to the solar system
- Earth Science: rocks to soil
- Health: anatomy
- Life Science: senses
- Physical Science: color and light
- collect and record data
- draw conclusions
- Locomotor: Demonstrate run, gallop, hop, accent, horizontal jump, communication, slide, and skip.
- Object Control: Demonstrate underhand roll, kick.
- Physical Fitness: Develop flexibility.
- Social Skills: Following directions, use and care for equipment, work as a team.
- Body Management: Identify shapes, sizes, body planes, use of space, and general space. Demonstrate log roll and shoulder roll.