- Reading: demonstrate fluency, comprehension and appreciation of written material
- Writing: write complete sentences which form a story using the 6 Traits of Writing Philosophy
- Listening: attend and comprehend oral instruction
- Speaking: communicate idea clearly and distinctly
- Convention/Structure: demonstrate use of basic punctuation and capitalization
- Spelling: learn spelling techniques to apply to written language
- Number sense: Develop an ability to compare, identify, and measure numbers; develop a sense of place value
- Geometry: Recognize features of two and three dimensional shapes
- Measurement: Demonstrate ability to measure length, weight , and volume of real materials
- Operations and computation:Choose the correct mathematical approach to solve problems; add or subtract numbers requiring regrouping; immediate recall of addition/subtraction facts to 20
- Patterns and relationships: Recognize and create patterns with materials and numbers
- Probability and statistics: Communicate when events are more, less, or equally likely to occur; collect, organize and analyze data about the physical world
- Content: explore the many facets of neighborhoods and communities
- Skills: develop citizenship, conduct research, and use maps and graphs
Science & Health
- Content: participate in hands-on activities in the following areas:
- Earth Science: water cycle
- Health: nutrition
- Life Science: life cycles
- Physical Science: sink or float
- collect and record data
- draw conclusions
- Locomotor: Demonstrate horizontal and vertical jump, hop, slide, and skip.
- Object Control: Demonstrate bounce/dribble, under and overhand throw, and kick.
- Physical Fitness: Develop leg strength, flexibility, and abdominal strength.
- Social Skills: Use and care for equipment and work as a team.
- Body Management: Identify shapes and sizes. Demonstrate log roll, shoulder roll, rope jump, tumbling, and inverted balances.