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ELL Kindergarten Curriculum Map

Mill Run 2014-2015

 

1st
nine weeks

Sep. 2-Nov. 1

2nd
nine weeks

Nov. 1 – Jan. 24

3rd
nine weeks

Jan. 24 – Mar. 28

4th
nine weeks

Mar. 28-Jun. 13

Units:

Getting Acquainted

Rules/routines

Bus and road safety

Personal Safety

Self –body, family, feelings, and friends

Fire Safety

Autumn-apples, leaves, 4 seasons

Halloween-pumpkins

Colors/Color words

Units:

Pilgrims

Native Americans

Thanksgiving

Holidays

Senses

New Year – 2010

Positional & Opposites

Rhymes

Units:

Health and Nutrition

Groundhog day

Winter

Valentines-letter writing

100th day Celebration Presidents

Needs and Wants

Dental Health

St. Patrick’s Day

 

Units:

Spring Weather Recycling

Animals Habitats Farm, Zoo, Ocean, Forest, Swamp, Dessert

Plants

Mother’s Day

Transportation

My community

Summer Fun

Social Studies / Science:

Scientific investigation

Force, Motion, and Energy

Johnny Appleseed

Christopher Columbus

Social Studies / Science:

Matter

Pocahontas

Martin Luther King

Past & Present

 

Social Studies / Science:

Life Processes

President George W. Bush

Abraham Lincoln

George Washington

Social Studies / Science:

Earth/Space Systems

Earth Patterns, Cycles and Changes

Virginia

Mapping

4th of July Betsy Ross

Math:

Sorting/classify

Patterns

Number Sense

Counting

Tally Graphs

Shapes

More/fewer/same

Sets, add, subtract, time

Math:

Numbers

Number sense

More/less/fewer/measurement

Graph, tally, sort/classify, add, subtract

 

Math:

Measurement

Time/money

Addition

Subtraction

More/less/same sets, classify

Ordinals, money

Shapes, position in space, geometric shapes,

Math:

Measurement probability and statistics

More/less/same sets, numbers, number sense, add, subtract measurement, time, probability

 

Pathways to Literacy Reading and Writing

ELL Kindergarten Mill Run 2014-2015

Week of

Theme

Poem

Words

9/08-9/11

9/14-9/18

9/21-9/25

9/28-10/02

10/05-10/09

10/12-10/16

10/19-10/23

10/26-10/30

11/02-11/06

11/09-11/13

11/16-11/20

11/23-11/27

11/30-12/04

12/07-12/11

12/14-12/18

12/21-12/25

        01/04-01/08

01/11-01/15

01/19-01/22

01/25-01/29

02/02-02/05

02/08-02/12

02/15-02/19

02/22-02/26

03/01-03/05

03/08-03/12

03/15-03/19

03/22-03/26

04/05-04/08

04/12-04/16

04/19-04/23

04/26-04/29

05/03-05/07

05/10-05/14

05/17-05/21

05/24-05/28

05/31-06/04

06/07-06/11

06/14-06/18

06/15-06/19

Getting to know you

My family and me

Bus safety/community

Apples/Johnny Appleseed

Nursery Rhymes

Columbus/Fire Safety

Pumpkins

Scarecrows

Spiders

Leaves/fall

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Fall

My 5 senses

Winter

Gingerbread

New year

Freeze & Melt

Martin Luther King

Snow

Groundhog

Valentines

Presidents

Dental

Food Groups

Cat in the hat/magnets

St. Patrick’s day

Spring

Eggs Pizza

Asia and Americas

Insects

Butterflies

Recycling

Plants

Animals

Animals

Dinosaurs

Patriotism

June

Summer

I Can Spell

The Alphabet

The School Bus

Can You?

Things I Like

Fire Fighters

A Pumpkin

Counting

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Raking Leaves

Thank You

The Turkey Song

Autumn Leaves

Five Senses

Winter Day

Gingerbread Man

New Year Bells

Snowballs

Freedom, Freedom

Penguins

My Shadow

Valentine

Counting to 100

Brushing My Teeth

Brown Bun

The Cat in the Hat

The Leprechaun

Flying a Kite

The Trip

Japan

Bugs

5 Little monkeys

I can Recycle

Duck & Duckling

A Pet for Me

The Zoo

Dinosaurs

The Flag

The Campout

Yes, no, stop, go

I, can, see

Boy, the day, a

You, play, me

Like, mom, dad

Up, with, out

Big, is, but

At, eat, off

All, and, came,

Jump, we, dog

My, say, with

One

When, then, in

To, do, so

Put, your, on

Run, I’m, man

That, let, us

End, have, him

King, said, love

As, am, be

Saw, not, or

Make, her, from

Look, going, good

Got, back, will

Family, what, looking

Cat, it, come

If, ran, there

Kite, park, box

Car, ride, jumped

Went, name, they

Did, looked, find

Are, his, bed

Want, had, get

Quack, jumps, she

Pet, keep, ask

Here, an, zoo

Of, very, were

Has, he, for

Was, sat, jam

 

 

Last Modified on August 29, 2014