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Su bje ct Sept emb er Octo ber Nove mber Dece mber Janu ary Febu rary Mar ch Aprilmay Math Addition & Subtraction Strategies Place Value to 1,000 Money Two & Three Digit Addition Graphing Two & Three Digit Subtraction Geometry & Fractions Time Measurement Review readin g Reading Strategies Mysteries Informational Biographies Fables Tall Tales Poetry Fairy Tales Writing Narrative: Small Moment Opinion: Book Review Opinion Informational Continent Research Books Informational Narrative: Fictional Stories Narrative Opinion : Persuasive Essay Opinion Informational Science Research Book Informational scienc e InquiryWeatherMatter Animals Magnets Social Studie s Maps & Globes Where do We Live? Our Local Community Our Local Economy Government Cultural Regions of the U.S.
FIRST QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath AUG. 19-22 (4) Set up Reading Workshop with Reading Strategies (30 days) Set up Writer’s Notebook My Writing Topics Class Mission Set up Science and Social Studies Notebook Review 1 st Grade High Frequency Words Review & Math Benchmark AUG. 25-29 (5) Narrative Writing: Small Moment * Types of sentences * Capitalization * Punctuation * Complete Sentences * Paragraphs Expanding Sentences w/adverbs * Publishing * Presenting Maps & Globes Review short and long vowel words Addition and Subtraction Strategies *SEPT. 2-4 (4) Consonant Clusters w/r (LS1, HF1, WSA1) WWW: house, than, their SEPT. 8-12 (5) Inquiry Mini Unit Short Vowel Sounds (LS2, SP1, WSA2) WWW: these, baby, would SEPT. 15-19 (5) Compound Words (WS1, WS2, WSA3) WWW: I’m, now, over SEPT. 22-26 (5) Where Do We Live? Consonant Clusters w/s (LS5, WSA4, WSA5) WWW: many, doing, old Place Value to 1,000 SEPT. 29- OCT 3 (5) Mystery Genre Long Vowel Sounds (LS3, LS4, SP2) WWW: let, job, looking OCT. 6-10 (5) Opinion Writing: Persausive Book Review * Common & Proper Nouns * Singular & Plural Nouns Weather Recognizing Syllables (WS4, WS7, WSA6) WWW: from, because, out * OCT. 13- 15 (3) High Frequency Review (HF2, WSA7) WWW: our, best, how OCT. 20-24 (5) End 1 st Q. Oct. 23 rd Past Tense with -ed (WS5, WS6) WWW: good, park, about Money
SECOND QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath OCT. 27-31 (5) Informational Genre Opinion Writing: Collective Nouns * Pronouns * Adjectives Weather Synonyms (WM1, WS3) WWW: are, which, sick Money * NOV. 3-7 (4) Holiday Nov. 4 th Our Local Community Beg. Consonant Clusters ( LS6, SP4, SP5, WSA8) WWW: check, life, dry NOV. 10-14 (5) Silent e Pattern (SP3, WS8, WS9) WWW: feet, set, full Two and Three Digit Addition NOV. 17-21 (5) Informational Writing: Continents Research Book Commas in a series Compound Sentences * Verbs * Possessive Nouns R vowels and oo pattern (LS7, LS8, LS9) WWW: plan, rest, hold * NOV. 24- 25 (2) High Frequency Review (HF3, WM2) DEC. 1-5 (5) Biographies Genre Matter More Consonant Clusters (LS10, LS12, SP6, SP7) WWW: last, cold, list DEC. 8-12 (5) Double Letters & ee (SP8, SP9, HF4) WWW: lots, mind, been Contractions (WM3, WS10, WS11, WSA9) WWW: past, real, head DEC. 15-19 (5) Winter Break JAN. 5-9 (5) Biographies Genre Informational Writing Matter Continued Consonant Digraphs (LS13, WS12, WSA10) WWW: room, seen, fire Graphing * JAN. 12-15 (4) End of 2 nd Q. Nov. 15 th Our Local Economy Sounds of C and G (LS14, LS15, WS14) WWW: show, boat, also
THIRD QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath * JAN. 20-23 (4) Fables Genre Narrative Writing: Fictional Stories * Apostrophes in contractions * Apostrophes in Possessives * Conjunctions * Reflexive Pronouns Our Local Economy Continued oo double vowel (SP10, HF4, WSA11) WWW: buy, don’t, too Graphing JAN. 26-30 (5) --er and –est words (WS13, WS15, WSA12) WWW: school, I’d, air Two and Three Digit Subtraction FEB. 2-6 (5) Homophones (WM4, WM5WS20) WWW: circle, ask, below FEB. 9-13 (5) Animals Onsets and Rimes (SP11, SP12, WSA13) WWW: few, body, care * FEB. 17-20 (4) Tall Tales Genre Plurals (WS19, HF6) WWW: along, clean, first FEB. 23-27 (5) Word Endings (WS16, WS17, WS18) WWW: along, clean, first Geometry and Fractions MAR. 2-6 (5) Opinion Writing: Persuasive Essay * Irregular Plural Nouns * Other uses for commas Vowel Combinations (LS16, LS17, WSA14) WWW: fair, better, goes * MAR. 10-13 (4) Consonant Clusters (LS18, LS19, SP14) WWW: move., left, more MAR.16-20 (5) PASS Writing Government CVVC Patterns (SP13, HF7, WM6) WW: Review
FOURTH QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath MAR.23-27 (5) End of 3 rd Q. Mar. 24 th Poetry Genre Opinion WritingGovernment Word Endings (WS21, WS22, WS23) WWW: great, ten, small Time Spring Break * APR. 7-10 (4) Poetry Genre Opinion Writing: * Past Tense Irregular Verbs Prepositions Using glossaries & dictionaries Government Consonant Clusters (LS20, SP16, HF8) WWW: hill, fix, ate Time APR. 13-17 (5) Magnets ou, ow, and aw (LS21, WM7, WS24 ) WWW: they’re, end, bring,, call APR. 20-24 (5) Sounds of a (LS22, SP15) WWW: couldn’t, talk, you’re five Measurement APR. 17 – May 1 (5) Fairy Tales Genre Informatinal Writing: Science Research Book * Review Grammar Skills Cultural Regions Plural Forms (WS25, WSA15) WWW: books, everything, find, around MAY 4-8 (5) More Sounds of a (LS23, WSA16) WWW: four, funny gave, girl MAY 11-15 (5) Vowel Combinations (SP17, HF9) WWW: tell, heart, hide MAY 18-22 (5) Open and Closed Syllables (WS26, WS27, WS28) WWW: among, home, made Review and Introduce Multiplication * MAY 26-29 (4) Review * JUNE 1-4 (4) Review