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Curriculum

Curriculum Map

 

1st Six Weeks Unit

 

 

Week 1 – 8/14

Week 2 – 8/22

Week 3 – 8/24

Week 4 – 9/4

Week 5 – 9/11

Week 6 – 9/18

Social Studies

 

 

All About Me/ Names/Rules/Citizenship/7 Habits

SS-EP-1.1.2, SS-EP-1.3.2, SS-EP-2.3.1, SS-EP-2.3.2

Science

 

 

 

 

 

(Bundle 1)

Unit 4 Kinder Science Machines

 

Unit 5 Kinder Science Forces

 

Guiding Kinders

 

 

Aug/Sept: Chicka, Chicka Boom

Aug/Sept: Stand Tall Molly Lou

Aug/Sept: The Dot

Aug/Sept: The Recess Queen

Aug/Sept: Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse

Aug/Sept: Chrysanthemum

Pocket Chart Poems (for centers, etc)

Nursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes

 

 

 

Letters

T, F, B, H

 

N, M, R, L, I

C, A, D, G

J, E, O, Q

Review Previous Letters

Review Previous Letters

Math

MI, L1-5

-Attributes of Two Related

-Objects Classify to Make Categories & Count

MI, L6-10

-Classify to Make Categories & Count

- Numerals to 5 in Different configurations, math drawings, and expressions

MI, 11-15

-Numerals to 5 in different configurations, math drawings, and expressions

-The concept of zero and working with numbers 0-5

MI, 16

Mid-Module1

Review

MI, L17

-The Concept of Zero and Working with numbers 0-5

 

MI, L18-21

-Working with numbers 6-8 in different configurations

MI, L22-26

-Working with numbers 6-8 in different configurations

-Working with numbers 9-10 in different configurations

Writing

Complete a sentence

Complete a sentence

Complete a sentence

Write a personal narrative

 

Write an opinion

Make a Picture Web

High Frequency Words

 

 

a, in

and, the

he, to

I, an

said, by

she, has

Weekly Reader-Lets Find Out/Social Studies

 

 

 

School Rules

September

We Are Friends

September

Apples

September

Science Spin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Science Tools

(Scientific Inquiry)

September

 

 

 

2nd  Six Weeks Unit

 

 

Week 7 – 9/25

Week 8 – 10/2

Week 9 – 10/16

Week 10 – 10/23

Week 11 - week 12 10/30- 11/6

Week 13 – 11/14

Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holidays

Science

 

Unit 1  Kinder Stem Gravity & Motion

Unit 3 Kinder Stem Changes in Water

 

 

Guiding Kinders

 

 

Oct: Otis

Oct: Knuffle Bunny

Oct: Pumpkin Jack

Oct: Bat Loves the Night

Nov: Scaredy Squirrel

Nov: The Relatives Came

Pocket Chart Poems (for centers, etc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letters/Phonics

U, S, P, X

K, V, W, Y, Z

Review

U, S, P, X

Introduce /K/

 

Review

K, V, W, Y

Introduce /Z/

Word Family:

-at, -ap

 

Word Family:

-an, -op, -og

 

Math

M1, L27-30

-Working with numbers 9-10 in different configurations

-One more than with numbers 0-10

M1, 31-35

-One more than numbers 0 to 10

-One less than numbers 0 to 10

M1, L36  & M2 L1-4

-One less than with numbers 0 to 10

-Two dimensional flat shapes

M2 L5-9

Mod 2 post test

-Three dimensional solid shapes

M3 L1-5

-Comparison of length and height

M3 L6-10

-Comparison of length and height of linking cube sticks within 10

- Comparison of weight

Writing

Write an explanatory sentence

Make a shape poster

Write a story sentence

Write a sentence

 

Write a personal narrative sentence

Write an opinion sentence

High Frequency Words

that, his

was, it

you, all

him, at

is, but

look, for

Weekly Reader-Lets Find Out/Social Studies

Choose Kindness

September

Pumpkins

October

Autumn

October

Fire Fighters

October

Bats

October

Veterans Day

Nov/Dec

Science Spin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3rd  Six Weeks Unit

 

 

Week 14/Week 15– 11/20 – 11/27

Week 16 – 12/4

Week 17 – 12/11

Week 18– 1/1

Week 19 – 1/8

Week 20 – 1/16

Social Studies

 

 

Holidays

 

Change Over Time/ Needs Wants

 

Science

11/27 (Bundle 2)

Unit 2 Kinder Science Earth Science        

Unit 4 Kinder Stem Plant Animal Needs

 

 

Unit 1 Kinder Science Life Science

Guiding Readers

 

 

Nov: Wemberly Worried

Nov: Turkey Trouble

Dec: Bear Snores On

Dec: The Gingerbread Man

Jan: The Gingerbread Girl

Jan: The Snowy Day

Jan: Snowman at Night

Pocket Chart Poems (for centers, etc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letters/Phonics

Word Families:

-et, -ed, -ug, -un, -it, -ip

Word Families: -ow

Long O

 

Review

Review

Word Families:

(Silent e) o_e

Long O

Word Families:

Short o

oa

Math

M3 L11-17

-Comparison of weight

-comparison of volume

-Is there enough?

 

 

M3 L18-22

-Is there enough?

-Comparison of sets within 10

M3 L23-26

-Comparison of sets within 10

-Comparison of numerals

M3 L27-31

-Comparison of numerals

-Clarification of measureable attributes

End of Mod 3

M4 L1-3

-Compositions and Decompositions of 2, 3, 4,  and 5

M4 L4-8

-Compositions and decompositions of 2, 3, 4, and 5

-Decompositions of 6, 7, and 8 into number pairs

 

Writing

Write a descriptive sentence

Write a menu

Write an expository sentence

Write a poem

 

Write an opinion about a book

Write story sentences

 

High Frequency Words

of, had

on, small

up, they

as, go, be

have, can, her

do, little, down

Weekly Reader-Lets Find Out/Social Studies

Pilgrims

Nov/Dec

Wampanoag Indians

Nov/Dec

Mailing a Holiday Card

Nov/Dec

Our Snowy Day

Jan

Meet an Author

Jan

Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan

Science Spin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 

 

 

4th Six Weeks Unit

 

 

Week 21 – 1/22

Week 22 – 1/29

Week 23 – 2/5

Week 24 – 2/12

Week 25 – 2/20

Week 26 – 2/26

Social Studies

 

 

 

Using a Globe / Landforms / Bodies of Water

Science

 

(Bundle 3)

Unit 3 Kinder Science Physical Science

Reading Wonders

 

 

Jan: Ice Bear

Jan: Tacky the Penguin

Feb: Horary for Wondney Wat

Feb: Roses are Pink Your Feet Really Stink

Feb: Just Going to the Dentist

Feb: Abe Lincolns Hat or Duck for President

Pocket Chart Poems (for centers, etc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letters/Phonics

Silent Ee

Long Aa and

Short Aa

 

Long a

Short a

Silent e

Long  ay

Long a

Long o

Long a Short a

(ai)

Word Families:

-ake

 

Math

M4 L9-13

-Decompositions of 6, 7, and 8 into number pairs

-Addition with totals of 6, 7, & 8

M4 L14-18

-Addition with totals of 6, 7, and 8

 

Mid module 4 review

M4 L19-20

-Subtraction from Numbers to 8

 

M4 L21-25

-Subtraction from Numbers to 8

-Decompositions of 9 and 10 into number parts

M4 L 26-29

-Decompositions of 9 and 10 into number parts

-Addition with totals of 9 and 10

M4 L30-34

-Addition with totals of 9 and 10

-Subtraction from 9 and 10

Writing

Write an opinion sentence

Write a personal narrative

Write a weather report

Write an animal card

 

 

Write an explanatory

Write questions and answers

High Frequency Words

now, out, two

then, we, there

with, did, like

five, me, four

my, get, not

help, or, see

Weekly Reader-Lets Find Out/Social Studies

Penguins

Jan

Dental Health

February

Patriotic Symbols

February

Valentine’s Day

February

President’s Day

February

 

Science Spin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Groundhog Science

(Organisms and Environments)

February

 

5th Six Weeks Unit

 

 

Week 27 – 3/5

Week 28 – 3/12

Week 29 – 3/19

Week 30 – 3/26

Week 31 – 4/9

Week 32 – 4/16

Social Studies

 

 

 My Country

 

 

 

Science

Unit 2

Kinder Stem

Rocks and Soil

 

 

 

 

 

Guiding Kinders

 

 

March: The Three Billy Goats Fluff

March: Jamie o’ Rourke and the Big Potato

March: The Easter Bunny’s Assistant

March: Kola Lou

April: Tops and Bottoms

April: Piggy Pie

Pocket Chart Poems (for centers, etc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letters/Phonics

Long i (five, bike)

Short i (zip, igloo)

Long e (ea)

ex. seal, meal, dream, read

Long e (ee)

ex. feet, meet, tree

Tricky y Long i / Short i or Long e

(puppy, happy, bunny, candy)

                

Long u / Short u

u_e

(mule, tune, tube, cute)

Long u (ue)

ex, Sue, blue, glue

Math

M4 L35-39

- Subtraction from 9 and 10

-Patterns adding 0 and 1 making 10

M4 L40 End of Mod 4 & M5 L1-2

-Patterns with adding 0 and 1 and making 10

-count 10 ones and some ones

M5 L3-7

-Count 10 ones and some ones

-Compose numbers 11-20 from 10 ones and some ones, represent and write teen numbers

M5 L8-12

-Decompose numbers 11-20 and count to answer “how many” questions in varied configurations

M5 L13-14

Mid Mod 5 Review

-Decompose numbers 11-20 and count to answer “how many” questions in varied configurations

M5 L15-19

-Extend the say ten and regular count sequence to 100

Writing

Write a personal narrative

Write a travel poster

Write a counting book

Write an opinion about a book

 

Write a story

Write a recipe

High Frequency Words

what, so, when

tell, who, them

will, this, yes

no, us, our

very, pretty, walk

say, your, some

Weekly Reader-Lets Find Out/Social Studies

Read Across America

March

Pond Animals

March

Weather

March

Nutrition

March

Earth Day

April

Planting Carrots

April

Science Spin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                     

 

6th Six Weeks Unit

 

 

Week 33 – 4/23

Week 34 – 4/30

Week 35 – 5/7

Week 36 – 5/14

 

 

Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guiding Kinders

 

 

April: Hey Little Ant

April: Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones

May:  Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

May:  A Sick Day for Amos McGee

May:  How I Became A Pirate

May:  Hello Ocean

Pocket Chart Poems (for centers, etc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letters/Phonics

Long u (ew)

new, grew, flew

oo (moose, moon, boot, room)

ar words

(ex. star, snake, jar, car)

or/ar

(ex. for, torn, fork

/cart, star)

ur/ar

(ex. hurt, burn

/barn, cart)

ir/or

(ex. bird, stir

/storm, cork)

Math

M5 L20-23

End of Mod5

-Represent and apply Compositions and decompositions of teen numbers

M6 L1-4

-Building and drawing flat and solid shapes

M6 L5-8

End of mod 6

-Composing and decomposing shapes

 

 

 

Writing

Write a story with dialogue

Write a thank-you note

Write an opinion poster

 

 

 

 

 

High Frequency Words

three, after, does. am

 from, are, here, ask

if, big, just, come, make

 

 

 

Weekly Reader-Lets Find Out/Social Studies

Spring Changes

April

 

Baby Animals

April

 

Summer Safety

May

Dolphins

May

Insects

May

Water

May

 

Science Spin

 

 

 

Rainbows

(Objects in the sky)

March

 

Life Cycles of Organisms

April

 

Critter Cam

(Natural/Manmade objects)

May/June