Areas of Study
Unit 1: Living Together: This is Home
A House for a Hermit Crab
Life in a Pond
How do readers use both words and illustrations to understand stories? How do writers use both illustrations and words about events to tell a story?
Students will use both words and illustrations to retell a story.
Students will write short narrative that includes a drawing and one event.
Students will understand that home is an important to all living things
letter and recognition and Kk-Zz
recognize high frequency words:
I am the little a to
Represent, Count and write numbers - 0 to 5
How can you show, count, and write numbers 0 to 5?
Students will know number names and the counting sequence.
Students will count to tell the number of objects.
Students will compare number and create different way of make number.
Trees Through the Seasons
How do plants respond to environmental changes?
Students observe, compare, and describe the physical properties of trees and their structures throughout the seasons.
Students develop a beginning awareness of the characteristics and life cycle of trees and an awareness of trees in their environment.
Myself and Others: Our School Community
What does it mean to be a member of a school community?
Students explore the school and classroom community and learn about the different places and their purpose. They will discuss the types of job a school has.
Students will learn about what a citizen is and the role they play in a school community.
Students will develop classroom rules and learn about what responsibilities they have in their community.
October 14 National Homemade Cookie Day
October 29 PBIS Family Movie Night
October 31 Pajamas Day
November 4 - Brooklyn Bridge Park or Brooklyn Botanic Garden to explore Trees
November 22 - Thanksgiving Celebration See your child's teacher to learn how you can help.
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