In Reading We Will Learn How to:
- apply specific skills to comprehend & fluently read literary texts
- apply specific skills to comprehend & fluently read nonfiction texts
- apply knowledge of specific spelling patterns & word meanings to decode words with accuracy
In Writing We Will Learn How to:
- write pieces on a topic or book that state opinions and give supporting reasons.
- write informative/explanatory texts organized around main ideas which are supported by relevant details, facts, and definitions.
- write real or imagined narratives that describe events in sequence and provide a sense of closure.
- use a process to revise and edit so that thoughts and ideas are communicated clearly with appropriate spelling, capitalization, grammar, and punctuation.
In Math We Will Learn How to:
- use place value
- use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract
- represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction
- add and subtract within 20
- work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication
- measure and estimate lengths in standard units
- relate addition and subtraction to length
- work with time and money
- represent and interpret data
- reason with shapes and their attributes.
In Science We Will Learn That:
- Matter exists as different substances that have observable different properties.
- Plants depend on water and light to grow and on animals for pollination or to move their seeds around.
- A range of different organisms live in different places.
- Some events on Earth occur quickly; others can occur very slowly.
- Wind and water can change the shape of the land; models can show the shape and these changes to the land.
In Social Studies We Will Learn:
- Ask questions and discuss ideas taken from primary and secondary sources.
- People of various cultures influence neighborhoods and communities over time.
- Use geographic terms and tools to describe places and spaces.
- People in communities manage, modify, and depend on their environment.
- Resources are scarce, so individuals may not have access to the goods and services they want.
- Investigate costs and benefits to make informed financial decisions (PFL).
- Advocate for ideas to improve communities.
- Identify and compare multiple ways that people understand and resolve conflicts and differences.