Phonemic Awareness-To hear, identify and manipulate individual sounds (phonemes) in a word.
Alphabetic Principle-Knowing that words are composed of letters that represent sounds and being able to use letter/sound correspondence to read or spell an unknown word.
Fluency-The ability to accurately and automatically read words with no conscious attention or effort so that focus is on comprehension.
Vocabulary-The words we have to know in order to effectively communicate in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Comprehension-The student's focus is on the meaning of the story.
Patterns and Numbers to 100
Money (counting and showing money different ways)
Adding Two-Digit Numbers
Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers
Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes
Measurement (customary and metric)
Patterns and Numbers to 1000
Geometry, Fractions, and Probability
Adding and Subtracting Three-Digit Numbers
Our Earth (resources, where people live then and now)
Working Together (goods and services, banks, and trading goods)
Our Country Today (local, state, federal)
Our Country Long Ago (first Americans, how our country started)
People/Places in History (landmarks and family history)
Weather and Sky
Motion and Energy
(Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Conventions, Presentations)