1 August: 2014 ~ 2015 Reading/Language: Introduce Spalding Phonetics. Reading/writing/spelling/speaking phonics program. Begin with single letter phonemes. Identify letter & learn sounds associated with letters. Begin work in phonics workbooks. Brainstorm words for word wall that begin with new letters learned. Post on wall for use in reading & writing groups. Begin sight words. Lean 3 new words per week. Writing: Practice writing first and last names using correct upper case, lower case and spacing. Write numerals 1 20 in correct numerical order. Begin guided writing lessons in small and large groups. Begin writing in HWT workbooks. Math: Review counting to 50/identify numerals on number lines and on moveable number chart. Introduce Montessori works to the environment. Teach lessons on works. Begin working in math workbooks. Introduce Saxon Math ~ expectations & workbooks. Geometry: Introduce the Geometric Cabinet complete with shapes, cards & names. Art: Van Gogh Science: Simple Machines Geography: North America French: Month of August, Days of the week, counting. Yoga: Triangle, child s pose, butterfly, & full breath. September: Reading/Language: Continue to build knowledge of Spalding letters/sounds. Begin identifying beginning/ending sounds. Focus on letters/sounds learned in Spalding lessons. Begin to match words with pictures. Locate sight words in Big Books, highlight with word tape. Continue small groups to focus on individual skills. Intro: computers and language programs. Learn 3 new sight words per week. Writing: Continue to work in HWT workbooks in small groups. Write numerals Reinforce proper name writing. Begin writing Date on papers. Month, day, year. Begin journal writing in small & guided groups. Introduce cut apart sentences in small groups. Math: Count to 100. Practice on number lines, moveable number chart, fill in the missing number. Begin number sequencing on Bead chains. Introduce place value (hundreds, tens, & ones). Teach works introduced into shelves for independent practice. Introduce new concepts with Saxon Math. Continue math workbooks at individual pace.
2 (September cont) Geometry: Lines Art: Edgar Degas Science: Force and Motion Geography: North America French: Month (September), days of the week, counting to 30. Yoga: Bridge, twisty, flower, side stretch, one let twist. October: Reading/Language: Continue with Spalding sounds in large group. Introduce rhyming words. Begin small reading groups and take home readers. Learn 3 new sight words per week. Introduce Say It Move It in small groups. Introduce Syllables (clap out different words around the room). Identify how many syllables in each word. Writing: Introduce teacher created sentence correction in large group. Continue practicing name and date. Work in HWT workbooks at own pace in small groups. Continue practice writing 1 50 in numerical order. Journal entries ~ consisting of a picture and 1 sentence describing picture. Emphasize Capital and lower case letters, spacing, & punctuation. Cut apart sentences. Model writing class generated stories on chart paper. Math: Continue practicing counting to 100 by 1 s. Introduce counting by 10 s. Continue practice with number sequencing, place values, numeral identification, & one to one correspondence. Reinforce using math works independently. Introduce addition using manipulatives (ie: unifix cubes, counters, buttons, etc ) with sums up to 10. Familiarize with vocabulary ~ add, all together, sum. Continue with Saxon math and workbooks at own pace. Geometry: Angles Technology lab: Introduce Alpha Smarts and continue with Language and Math programs on computers. Art: Picasso Science: Matter Geography: South America
3 (October continued) French: Month (October), days of the week, counting to 31, introduce colors. Yoga: Side balance, fish, & space rest. November: Reading/Language: Continue with small reading groups. Build knowledge of Spalding phonics. Learn 3 new sight words per week & add to word wall. Continue with Say It Move It, syllable count, and language works independently. Introduce Nursery Rhymes in large and small reading groups. Intro: Spelling words. Writing: Continue working in HWT workbooks. Build knowledge with Teacher created sentence corrections in large group. Practice writing numerals 1 50 in sequential order. Review and practice writing a single sentence using sight words with correct caps, lower case, spacing, & punctuation. Practice in journals with describing pictures drawn. Write names of classmates using correct caps, lower case, & spacing. Math: Increase rote counting to (play How Far Can You Go?), count by 1 s, 10 s and introduce by 5 s. Identify missing numbers in number chart in sequential order. Review one to one correspondence and matching number words with pictures & numerals. Review addition to sums of but not limited to 10+. Introduce Fractions ~ 1, ½, 1/3, ¼. Continue to practice utilizing Saxon Math, math workbooks, & independent works. Geometry: Polygons Technology Lab: Daily use of Alpha Smarts, tablets, & computers. Art: Leonardo Da Vinci Science: Solar System Geography: South America French: Month (November), Days of the week, counting to 31 +, colors, greetings and salutations. Yoga: Tree, volcano, seated twist, laying down twist.
4 December: Reading/Language: Small reading groups, learn 3 new sight words per week, Review ALL Sight Words, & use in sentences. Continue building knowledge with Spalding Sounds ~ Begin 2 letter phonemes & identifying sight words in Big Books. Review all concepts from the beginning of the year. Introduce re-tell of a story (Beginning, middle, & end). Writing: Continue working in HWT workbooks. Practice/Review with teacher created sentence corrections in large group. Expand writing numerals Review Caps, lower case, spacing, & punctuation (period, question mark, exclamation mark and when to use a comma in dates). Expand cut apart sentences in small writing groups to include listing and comma usage. Begin writing number words one ten. Math: Continue with Saxon math skills & workbooks. Review all concepts learned throughout the year. Expand addition concepts to sums up to but not limited to 20+. Review counting to 100 by 1 s, 10 s, & 5 s. Play addition bingo. Review fractions, sequencing, one to one correspondence, and number recognition to 100. Technology lab: Continue to build typing skills using Alpha Smarts, tablets, and computers. Art: Leonardo Da Vinci continued Science: Solar System Geography: South America French: Month (December), days of the week, counting 31+, colors, salutations & greetings, family members. Yoga: Down dog, dancer, & child s pose. January: Reading/Language: Review all Spalding letters and sounds. Continue with small reading groups. Review all sight words ~ no new sight words introduced during this month. Identify sight words in Big Books large and small groups. Review re-tell (Beginning, middle, & end). Writing: Review all letters practiced before Winter break. Continue to work in HWT workbooks. Practice/review with teacher created sentence correction in large group. Review and practice writing numerals in sequential order. Review correct sentence
5 (January Continued) structure (Caps, lower case, spacing, & punctuation). Review and practice writing number words on dry erase & paper. Math: Review all Saxon math concepts learned. Continue practice in math workbooks. Review counting to 100+ by 1 s, 5 s, & 10 s. Play addition Bingo to review addition concepts. Go over all addition, fraction, & place value works on shelves. Geometry: Equivalence, Similarities, & Equality Technology: Expand knowledge on Computers, tablets, & Alpha Smarts. Art: Claude Monet Science: Experiments Geography: Europe French: Month (January), Days, counting to 31 +, colors, greetings & salutations, family members. Yoga: Half moon, bow, all over rest. February: Reading/Language: Build knowledge of double letter phonemes utilizing Spalding. Review all sight words and learn 3 new sight words per week. Continue with small reading groups at individualized pace. Focus on beginning and ending sounds. Introduce vowels and their importance in words. Identify vowels in words around the room and in literature. Writing: Review pencil grip, paper placement, & correct writing posture. Continue practice in HWT workbooks. Begin writing, typing, and identifying 10 Spelling words. Practice writing numerals in sequential order at own pace. Practice journal writing in small groups (picture and describing words or sentence). Continue to practice first name, last name, & date. Math: Count to 100 by 1 s, 5 s, & 10 s. Introduce skip counting by 2 s to 20. Introduce subtraction, concepts, vocabulary, large group modeling. Introduce subtraction works to shelves. Review addition and demonstrate the stamp addition work. Introduce new addition and subtraction works to shelves for individual practice. Introduce Math Sharks for addition. Demonstrate and add to shelves for independent practice. Geometry: Area
6 (February Continued) Technology: Continue to expand knowledge and practice current skills on computers, tablets, Alpha Smarts, & Math Sharks. Art: Claude Monet continued Science: Environmental Resources Geography: Europe French: Month (February), days, counting to 31+, colors, greetings & salutations, family members, short phrases. Yoga: Warrior, push up, flying four. March: Reading/Language: Review all single and double letter phonemes. Continue to increase knowledge of double letter phonemes. Learn 3 new sight words per week. Continue small reading groups at individualized pace. Review rhyming words (games), finding sight words in literature, identify number words, and take home readers. Writing: Practice first name, last name and date on all papers. Continue to work in HWT workbooks focusing on pencil grip, formation of letters, & correct posture for writing. Expand cut apart sentences and take home for practice. Expand journal entries including a picture and words/sentence to describe drawing in small groups. Type words from Word Wall on computers, tablets, & Alpha Smarts. Math: Practice counting to 100 by 1 s, 5 s, 10 s, & 2 s (skip counting) in large group using multi-sensory movements. Recognize and order numerals (games, partners, writing, etc ). Introduce greater than / less than / equal to. Introduce Money! Identify different denominations ie: dollar, quarter, dime, nickel, & penny. Continue to build knowledge in addition, subtraction, and fractions through workbooks, group work, and math works independently. Geometry: Volume Technology: Expand knowledge of Computers, tablets, Alpha Smarts, and Math Sharks utilizing programs selected by teachers for individual advancement. Art: Mary Cassatt Science: Plants, Rocks, & Soil Geography: Europe
7 (March Continued) French: Month (March), Days, counting 31 +, colors, family members, greetings & salutations, simple phrases. Yoga: Eagle, cobra, space rest. April: Reading/Language: Review all Spalding letters & sounds. Increase knowledge of double letter phonemes. Review all sight words and introduce/learn 3 new words per week. Review and practice Say It, Move It. Focus on 10 Spelling Words and practice Spelling Tests on dry erase boards. Identify missing and appropriate sight word needed to complete sentence. Continue to build cut apart sentences and take home for practice. Writing: Write class stories developed by class, modeled and written by teacher on chart paper. Using word webbing and story building processes. Journal writing in small groups using pictures and words to describe student drawings. Practice as large group correcting spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar on teacher created letters to students. Begin putting all learned concepts together to form individualized writing projects. Math: Increase addition/subtraction skills to sums larger than 20+. Review using number lines and manipulatives to add and subtract. Continue to expand knowledge of money. Identify and assign values to coins. Increase knowledge of Saxon Math concepts to prepare for Kindergarten. Revisit fractions ~ 1 whole, ½, 1/3, ¼, numerator, denominator. Introduce Time! Hour and half hour, clock concepts, 5 minute intervals, 60 minutes = 1 hour, 30 minutes = ½ hour. Geometry: Solids Technology: Practice all concepts and skills learned throughout the year! Have fun with technology! Art: Rockwell Geography: Australia Science: Life Cycles of Plants and Animals French: Month (April), days, counting (explore larger numbers), colors, family members, greetings & salutations, simple phrases.
8 Yoga: Pyramid, upside down gorilla, laying down twist. May: Reading/Language: Review all Spalding letters, sounds, & phonemes learned throughout the year! Review all sight words! Master 10 Spelling words. Continue practice spelling tests on paper. Continue small reading groups. All reading and language assessments complete for the year! Writing: Introduce ABC order. Practice all skills learned throughout the year. Work in HWT workbooks at own pace. Review using teacher created letters to students with much needed corrections ie: capitalizations, spelling, punctuation, & grammar. Create a closing story by the entire class taking turns writing sentences on chart paper using correct formation. Use word webbing and story building skills to complete project. Journal writing in small groups. Math: Review all Saxon Math concepts learned throughout the year. Work in math workbooks at own pace. Continue to work with money. Begin to assign values to objects and practice purchasing with the correct amounts needed ie: ice cream cone =.25. Complete review of all skills learned throughout the year. Fine tune numeral recognition, counting to 100, simple addition and subtraction, telling time, fractions, and one to one recognition. Write your numbers as far as you can go!!!! Geometry: Review and practice with all learned throughout the year. Technology: Have fun with Technology!!! Art: Rockwell Geography: Australia Science: Life Cycles of Plants and Animals French: Month (May), days, counting, colors, family members, greetings & salutations, simple phrases. Yoga: Practice all poses!!!
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