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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.

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1 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.

2 FIRST QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath AUG (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 (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 (5) Inquiry Mini Unit Short Vowel Sounds (LS2, SP1, WSA2) WWW: these, baby, would SEPT (5) Compound Words (WS1, WS2, WSA3) WWW: I’m, now, over SEPT (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 (5) Opinion Writing: Persausive Book Review * Common & Proper Nouns * Singular & Plural Nouns Weather Recognizing Syllables (WS4, WS7, WSA6) WWW: from, because, out * OCT (3) High Frequency Review (HF2, WSA7) WWW: our, best, how OCT (5) End 1 st Q. Oct. 23 rd Past Tense with -ed (WS5, WS6) WWW: good, park, about Money

3 SECOND QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath OCT (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 (5) Silent e Pattern (SP3, WS8, WS9) WWW: feet, set, full Two and Three Digit Addition NOV (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 (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 (5) Double Letters & ee (SP8, SP9, HF4) WWW: lots, mind, been Contractions (WM3, WS10, WS11, WSA9) WWW: past, real, head DEC (5) Winter Break JAN. 5-9 (5) Biographies Genre Informational Writing Matter Continued Consonant Digraphs (LS13, WS12, WSA10) WWW: room, seen, fire Graphing * JAN (4) End of 2 nd Q. Nov. 15 th Our Local Economy Sounds of C and G (LS14, LS15, WS14) WWW: show, boat, also

4 THIRD QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath * JAN (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 (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 (5) Animals Onsets and Rimes (SP11, SP12, WSA13) WWW: few, body, care * FEB (4) Tall Tales Genre Plurals (WS19, HF6) WWW: along, clean, first FEB (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 (4) Consonant Clusters (LS18, LS19, SP14) WWW: move., left, more MAR (5) PASS Writing Government CVVC Patterns (SP13, HF7, WM6) WW: Review

5 FOURTH QUARTER DATE Guided Reading WritingContentWordMath MAR (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 (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 (5) Magnets ou, ow, and aw (LS21, WM7, WS24 ) WWW: they’re, end, bring,, call APR (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 (5) Vowel Combinations (SP17, HF9) WWW: tell, heart, hide MAY (5) Open and Closed Syllables (WS26, WS27, WS28) WWW: among, home, made Review and Introduce Multiplication * MAY (4) Review * JUNE 1-4 (4) Review


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