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What's going on in Mrs. Anderson's first grade class at J. B. Little Elementary School in Arlington, Texas?
Which Period? 1st-6-Wks 2nd-6-Wks 3rd-6-Wks 4th-6-Wks 5th-6-Wks 6th-6-Wks

1st Six Weeks

 Reading Skills:

  • Recognizes upper and lower case letters
  • Knows the difference between letters and words
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses pictures
  • Follows print from left to right and returns
  • Points to individual words when reading
  • Recognizes words that rhyme
  • Recognizes some high frequency words
  • Retells a story

 Math Skills:

  • Identifies and describes patterns
  • Creates and defines patterns
  • Recognizes ordinal numbers and positions
  • Demonstrates and applies concept by making models (addition)
  • Demonstrates and applies concept by making models (subtraction)
  • Applies operations of addition and subtraction to problem solving situations
  • Recognizes temperatures of hot vs. cold
  • Creates graphs
  • Interprets graphs

 Writing Skills:

  • Writes from left to right
  • Uses one letter spellings
  • Uses capital and lower case letters
  • Writes the beginning sound in a word (phonics)
  • Writes the ending sound in a word (phonics)
  • Leaves spaces between words
  • Reads back own writing with eyes on print
  • Uses close approximations in writing (sound spelling)
  • Begins to use punctuation
  • Writes name correctly

 Science & Social Studies

  • School Rules
  • Keeping Fit and Healthy
  • Johnny Appleseed
  • Columbus
  • Living Things (animals)
2nd Six Weeks

 Reading Skills:

  • Reads orally at appropriate pace
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses pictures
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses knowledge of phonics
  • Recognizes high frequency words out of context
  • Chooses to read independently
  • Has large sight word vocabulary
  • Retells the sequence of events from a story

 Math Skills:

  • Uses pairs of whole numbers to describe fractional parts
  • Knows sums to 10
  • Applies operations of addition and subtraction to problem solving situations
  • Identifies and sorts shapes and solids
  • Identifies attributes and characteristics of shapes and solids
  • Compares, contrasts, and recreates shapes and solids
  • Creates graphs
  • Interprets graphs

 Writing Skills:

  • Writes name correctly
  • Writes complete sentences
  • Self starts and continues with little assistance

 Science & Social Studies

  • Work
  • Weather and Seasons
  • Pumpkins
  • Barn Dance
  • Pilgrims
3rd Six Weeks

 Reading Skills:

  • Reads orally at appropriate pace
  • Self corrects
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses pictures
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses knowledge of phonics
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses meaning
  • Recognizes high frequency words out of context
  • Chooses to read independently
  • Has large sight word vocabulary
  • Uses expression when reading aloud
  • Identifies cause/effect relationships
  • Retells the sequence of events from a story
  • Predicts outcomes
  • Recalls relevant facts and details from a story

 Math Skills:

  • Extends and predicts patterns
  • Recognizes odd and even numbers
  • Skip counts by 2ís, 5ís, and 10ís
  • Compares and orders whole numbers using place value
  • Counts numbers by ones to 99
  • Orders numbers to 99
  • Writes numbers to 99
  • Reads numbers to 99
  • Builds and describes sets of objects to 99
  • Knows differences to 10
  • Applies operations of addition and subtraction to problem solving situations
  • Creates graphs
  • Interprets graphs

 Writing Skills:

  • Writes name correctly
  • Writes complete sentences
  • Self starts and continues with little assistance
  • Uses strategies for spelling difficult words

 Science & Social Studies

  • Thanksgiving
  • Magnets
  • Simple Machines
  • Winter Holidays
  • New Year
  • Communities
  • Maps
4th Six Weeks

 Reading Skills:

  • Reads orally at appropriate pace
  • Self corrects
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses pictures
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses knowledge of phonics
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses meaning
  • Recognizes high frequency words out of context
  • Chooses to read independently
  • Has large sight word vocabulary
  • Uses expression when reading aloud
  • Demonstrates understanding of what is read when reading silently
  • Reads different kinds of books from other subject areas
  • Tells main idea of a passage
  • Identifies cause/effect relationships
  • Retells the sequence of events from a story
  • Predicts outcomes
  • Recalls relevant facts and details from a story
  • Identifies story elements

 Math Skills:

  • Identifies coins, their values. And their relationships: penny, nickel, dime, quarter
  • Understands and constructs fact family relationships
  • Applies operations of addition and subtraction to problem solving situations
  • Distinguishes different lengths of periods of time
  • Tells time to the hour and half hour
  • Creates graphs
  • Interprets graphs

 Writing Skills:

  • Writes name correctly
  • Uses word sources to help with spelling
  • Uses punctuation and capital letters correctly
  • Writes complete sentences
  • Writes stories that include a beginning, middle, and ending
  • Self starts and continues with little assistance
  • Uses strategies for spelling difficult words
  • Writes for different purposes
  • Organizes ideas logically

 Science & Social Studies

  • Earthís Land and Water
  • Presidents
  • Living Things (plants)
5th Six Weeks

 Reading Skills:

  • Reads orally at appropriate pace
  • Self corrects
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses pictures
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses knowledge of phonics
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses meaning
  • Recognizes high frequency words out of context
  • Chooses to read independently
  • Has large sight word vocabulary
  • Uses expression when reading aloud
  • Demonstrates understanding of what is read when reading silently
  • Reads different kinds of books from other subject areas
  • Tells main idea of a passage
  • Identifies cause/effect relationships
  • Retells the sequence of events from a story
  • Predicts outcomes
  • Recalls relevant facts and details from a story
  • Identifies story elements

 Math Skills:

  • Knows sums to 18
  • Knows differences to 18
  • Applies operations of addition and subtraction to problem solving situations
  • Estimates and measures using nonstandard units for length, capacity, and weight
  • Creates graphs
  • Interprets graphs

 Writing Skills:

  • Writes name correctly
  • Uses word sources to help with spelling
  • Uses punctuation and capital letters correctly
  • Writes complete sentences
  • Writes stories that include a beginning, middle, and ending
  • Shows evidence of editing
  • Self starts and continues with little assistance
  • Uses strategies for spelling difficult words
  • Writes for different purposes
  • Revises own work by adding details, descriptions
  • Organizes ideas logically

 Science & Social Studies

  • Plants
  • St. Patrickís Day
  • United States
  • Texas
  • Eggs and Easter
6th Six Weeks

 Reading Skills:

  • Reads orally at appropriate pace
  • Self corrects
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses pictures
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses knowledge of phonics
  • Uses a variety of reading strategies: uses meaning
  • Recognizes high frequency words out of context
  • Chooses to read independently
  • Has large sight word vocabulary
  • Uses expression when reading aloud
  • Demonstrates understanding of what is read when reading silently
  • Reads different kinds of books from other subject areas
  • Tells main idea of a passage
  • Identifies cause/effect relationships
  • Retells the sequence of events from a story
  • Predicts outcomes
  • Recalls relevant facts and details from a story
  • Identifies story elements
  • Reads and understands chapter books

 Math Skills:

  • Counts, orders, and writes numbers beyond 100
  • Adds 2 digit numbers without regrouping
  • Subtracts 2 digit numbers without regrouping
  • Applies operations of addition and subtraction to problem solving situations
  • Creates graphs
  • Interprets graphs

 Writing Skills:

  • Writes name correctly
  • Uses word sources to help with spelling
  • Uses punctuation and capital letters correctly
  • Writes complete sentences
  • Writes stories that include a beginning, middle, and ending
  • Shows evidence of editing
  • Self starts and continues with little assistance
  • Uses strategies for spelling difficult words
  • Writes for different purposes
  • Revises own work by adding details, descriptions
  • Organizes ideas logically
  • Edits own work

 Science & Social Studies

  • Our World
  • Insects
  • Bubbles
  • Summer Fun

Dolch Sight Words:

  a

  and

  away

  big

  blue

  can

  but

  came

  did

  do

  eat

  for

  as

  ask

  by

  could

  every

come

down

find

for

funny

go

get

good

have

he

into

like

fly

from

give

giving

had

help

here

in

is

it

jump

must

new

no

now

on

our

has

her

him

his

how

little

look

make

me

my

not

out

please

pretty

ran

ride

saw

just

know

let

live

may

one

play

red

run

said

see

say

she

so

soon

that

there

of

old

once

open

over

the

three

to

two

up

we

they

this

too

under

want

was

put

round

some

stop

take

where

yellow

you

all

am

be

well

went

what

white

who

will

thank

them

then

think

walk

are

at

ate

be

black

brown

with

yes

after

again

an

any

were

when

 

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