Language Arts

  • Master letter recognition

  • Connect sounds to letters

  • Apply letter/sound knowledge to writing

  • Continue practicing sight words

Children should be slowly sounding out words so they can practice applying their knowledge of letters and sounds in their writing. For example, school might be spelled skl. As your child gains confidence in writing, he/she will begin to write more and become more accurate with spelling.

The writing process begins with simply labeling pictures, then moves to simple sentences, and eventually leads to more complex sentences with added details. Remember, practice makes perfect!


    • Non-standard

    • Temperature

    • Weight

    • Length

    • Height


    • 2-dimensional (squares, circles, rectangles, triangles, hexagons)

Social Studies

Our Flag

  1. Symbols
  2. Landmarks
  3. Star Spangled Banner
  4. Pledge of Allegiance

Maps & Globes

  1. Types of maps
  2. Landforms
  3. Bodies of water
  4. Human made features