• Language Arts

    • Reading: attend and respond to quality literature read orally
    • Writing: use letters to symbolize words using the 6 Traits of Writing Philosophy
    • Listening: listen to others without interrupting
    • Speaking: express thoughts and ideas in complete sentences
    • Convention/Structure: understand that letters make up words, and that words can be either printed or spoken


    • Number sense: Begin to understand our number system by identifying numerals; by counting; and by grouping
    • Geometry: Identify, sort, and draw shapes
    • Measurement: Explore measurement of length using unifix cubes; compare volumes; identify first, next and last
    • Operations and computation: Use objects to add and subtract
    • Patterns and relationships: Recognize and create patterns
    • Probability and statistics: Sort objects; make and interpret graphs

    Social Studies

    • Content: study individuals and families
    • Skills: develop self-awareness; develop respect for others

    Science & Health

    • Content: participate in hands-on activities in the following areas:
    • Astronomy: earth, moon, sun, and stars
    • Earth Science: ecology
    • Health: getting to know myself
    • Life Science: seeds to plants
    • Physical Science: water explorations
    • Skills:
      - predict
      - observe
      - collect and record data
      - interpret
      - classify
      - draw conclusions

    Physical Education

    • Locomotor: Demonstrate run, gallop, hop, accent, and communication.
    • Object Control: Demonstrate push/pull object, underhand roll.
    • Physical Fitness: Develop flexibility.
    • Social Skills: Following directions and sharing.
    • Body Management: Identify body parts, body actions, body planes, use of space, personal space, and general space.