# Grade: Kinder Instructional Days: 44 (2-1/2)

John Drugan K-8 1st - 9 Weeks at a Glance 2016-2017

Grade: Kinder Instructional Days: 44 (2-1/2)

Essential Question: “Why are rules around me important?”

Fluency Goal: K.3D- ID & read at least 5 out of 25 high-frequency words from SISD Reading Milestone/Fry’s List Tumblebooks: Socorro/books Bookflix: drsue/bookflix Reading & Math Starfall: saguirre/rattler

Week of: / Kinder Writing Plan
Common Materials: 6+1 Traits Read alouds, common writing paper / Math
(Calendar Math, Target the Question, Target the TEK) / Science / Social Studies
Look at Tumblebooks / Health / Techn.
Weekly Target Writing Skill
Writer’s Workshop
(Set Up: Writing Notebook & Writing Folder) / Grammar /Con. / Spelling
Week 1
Aug. 1-5 / Week One: Getting Started
Lesson One - Establishing Daily Rituals and Routines (K.21A,B, K.22A, K.23A)
Lesson Two - Retelling a Story Orally - Listening (K.21A, K.22A, Fig. 19E)
Lesson Three - The Tools We Use To Write A Story (K.23A)
Lesson Four - Picture and Story Match (K.13A)
Lesson Five – Picture and Story Match (K.13E, K.13C)
No David
David Goes to School
The Kissing Hand
Anna Swift Kindergarten
Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come
Miss Bindergarten Stays Home from Kindergarten
Miss Bindergarten Stays Home from Kindergarten / ------/ K.18A- match sounds to letters
K.18B- weekly sight words (I, am, to, the, a)
K.18C- write one’s own / Unit 1: Developing a mathematical Environment
K.2A- count forward & backward to at least 20 with or without objects (oral) 99
K(2)(B) The student is expected to read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 20 5 with and without objects or pictures. Students are expected to read, write, and represent whole numbers without objects. 85
K(2)(G) The student is expected to compare sets of objects up to at least 20 in each set using comparative language. Comparative language includes “more than,” “same number as,” and “two less than.” 99
Spiral- Calendar Math
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (penny) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income
Literature Connection:
Five Little Monkeys (RTGL)
Chicka Chicka 1,2,3 (RTGL) / Unit 1: Safety & Journaling
K.1.A identify and demonstrate safe practices as described in the Texas Safety Standards during classroom and outdoor investigations, including wearing
safety goggles, washing hands, and using materials appropriately
K.1.B discuss the importance of safe practices to keep self and others safe and healthy
-set up science notebook
(Once introduced, Safety TEKS will be reviewed before every experiment/ demonstration) / Unit 1: Good Citizenship in My Community
K.8A- Id the purposes for having rules
K.8B-identify rules that provide order, security, and safety in the home and school
Read Aloud: David Goes to School/ No David!
City Signs (Being a Writer)
A Pocket Full of Kisses (TB)
I am Dead at Recess (TB)
Fig 19A/1.4C- Author’s Purpose (learn, follow directions, for entertainment)
Fig19D- Make Inferences About text & Use textual evidence to support understanding (specific details or facts found in text to support was inferred / K.8C- recognize and explain the importance of manners and rules for healthy communication
K.9B- demonstrate skills for making new acquaintances
Friday: Olweus / K.5A- follow computer lab rules
Week 2
Aug. 8-12 / Week One: Getting Started
Lesson One - Establishing Daily Rituals and Routines (K.21A,B, K.22A, K.23A)
Lesson Two - Retelling a Story Orally - Listening (K.21A, K.22A, Fig. 19E)
Lesson Three - The Tools We Use To Write A Story (K.23A)
Lesson Four - Picture and Story Match (K.13A)
Lesson Five – Picture and Story Match (K.13E, K.13C)
Kindergarten ABC
Kindergarten Kids
Tom Goes to Kindergarten
When Kangaroo Goes to School
Froggy Goes to School
Chryssanthemum / ------/ K.18A- match sounds to letters
K.18B- weekly sight words (can, he, she, to, the, a)
K.18C- write one’s own name / Joining to Represent Addition
K.3A The student is expected to model the action of joining to represent addition and the action of separating to represent subtraction.
K(3)(B The student is expected to solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 10 5 and differences within 5. 89
K.3C The student is expected to explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding and subtracting within 5 using spoken words, concrete and pictorial models, and number sentences. 85
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income
Literature Connection: Pet Peeves (TB) / K.1.A identify and demonstrate safe practices as described in the Texas Safety Standards during classroom and outdoor investigations, including wearing
safety goggles, washing hands, and using materials appropriately
K.1.B discuss the importance of safe practices to keep self and others safe and healthy
Spiral
K.4A- tools (notebooks)
Quiz (6 questions) / K.8A- Id the purposes for having rules
K.8B-identify rules that provide order, security, and safety in the home and school
Read Aloud: David Goes to School/ No David!
Enemy Pie (TB)
Clever Trevor (TB)
Class Project: Comparison chart following/not following rules/signs using illustrations / K.8C- recognize and explain the importance of manners and rules for healthy communication
K.9B- demonstrate skills for making new acquaintances
Friday: Olweus / K.6C- perform basic software application functions
(Log-in/logout)
Week 3
Aug. 15-19 / Week Two: Establishing Procedures
Lesson One - Adding Details To The Picture (K.13C, K.21A)
Lesson Two - Author’s Chair
(K.22A, K.23A)
Lesson Three - Coming To The Gathering Area (K.23A)
Lesson Four - Establishing the Quiet Zone (K.21B, K.23A) / ------/ K.18A- match sounds to letters
K.18B- weekly sight words (I, can, this, is)
K.18C- write one’s own name / Separating to Represent Subtraction
K.3A The student is expected to model the action of joining to represent addition and the action of separating to represent subtraction.
K(3)(B The student is expected to solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 5 and differences within 5. 89
K.3C The student is expected to explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding and subtracting within 5 using spoken words, concrete and pictorial models, and number sentences. 85
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income
Book Literature: Feast for 10 (RTGL) / Unit 1B: Exploring Environmentally Appropriate & Responsible Practices
K.1.C demonstrate how to use, conserve, and dispose of natural resources and materials such as conserving water and reusing or recycling paper, plastic, and
Metal
K.3.A identify and explain a problem such as the impact of littering on the playground and propose a solution in his/her own words
Spiral TEKS
K.2E- communicate observations with others about investigations / K.9A-identify authority figures in the home, school, and community
Police Officers on the GO (bookflix)
Reading: Fig. 19A, Fig. 19D / K.3A- demonstrate how to seek the help of parents/guardians and other trusted adults in making decisions and solving problems
K.9A- identify and use refusal skills to avoid unsafe behavior situations such as saying no in unsafe situations and then telling an adult if he/she is threatened
Friday: Olweus / K.6C- perform basic software application functions
(Log-in/logout)
Week 4
Aug. 22-26 / Week Three: Telling Our Stories
Lesson One – Partner Responses
(K.21A)
Lesson Two - Things to Write About (K.13A)
Lesson Three - Sustaining Writing During Independent Work Time (K.21B, K.23A)
Lesson Four – Charting the Routine for Partner Responses
(K.21A, K.23A)
Lesson Five – Adding More Details to the Picture by Asking Questions (K.13C) / K.16Aii- naming words (nouns)
K.16C- use complete simple sentences / K.18B- weekly sight words (we, and, you)
K.18C- write one’s own name / Joining & Separating
K.3A The student is expected to model the action of joining to represent addition and the action of separating to represent subtraction.
K(3)(B The student is expected to solve word problems using objects and drawings to find sums up to 5 and differences within 5. 89
K.3C The student is expected to explain the strategies used to solve problems involving adding and subtracting within 5 using spoken words, concrete and pictorial models, and number sentences. 85
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income
Assessment #1 / K.1.C demonstrate how to use, conserve, and dispose of natural resources and materials such as conserving water and reusing or recycling paper, plastic, and
Metal
K.3.A identify and explain a problem such as the impact of littering on the playground and propose a solution in his/her own words
Spiral
K.3B- make predictions / K.9B-explain how authority figures make and enforce rules (Mr. Miranda)
K.8A-Identify purposes for having jobs
Doc the Firedog (bookflix)
The Very Busy Firehouse (BF)
Gingerbread Loose in School (Mrs. Sanchez will scan in)
Fig. 19A- “Why do u think we read it? How does it make you feel? What did you learn from listening to me read? “
You can tell from the picture that”
“What major event changed the story”
Class Project: Students will create a paper doll to represent a school authority figure & describe their role / K.3A- demonstrate how to seek the help of parents/guardians and other trusted adults in making decisions and solving problems
K.9A- identify and use refusal skills to avoid unsafe behavior situations such as saying no in unsafe situations and then telling an adult if he/she is threatened
Friday Olweus / K.1D- create and execute steps to accomplish a task
1.6C- perform basic open & close
Techn Project: Students will begin to create a U.S./Texas Flag and label colors and title
Week 5
Aug. 29-Sept. 2
Early Release- Aug. 31 / Week Four: Illustration Standards
Lesson One - What Do I Do When The Teacher Is Busy? (K.23A)
Lesson Two - Developing An Illustration Rubric (K.13C, K.13D)
Lesson Three – Continuing to Develop an Illustration Rubric (K.13C, K.13D)
Lesson Four - Applying The Illustration Rubric to a Piece of Writing (K.13C)
Author’s Wall Post / K.16Aii- naming words (nouns)
K.16B- speak in complete sentences / K.18B- weekly sight words (the, to, a)
K.18C- write one’s own name / Unit 2: Developing Numerations 5 to 10
K(2)(B) The student is expected to read, write, and represent whole numbers from 0 to at least 10 with and without objects or pictures. Students are expected to read, write, and represent whole numbers without objects. 95
K(2)(G) The student is expected to compare sets of objects up to at least 10 in each set using comparative language. Comparative language includes “more than,” “same number as,” and “two less than.” 99
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income / Unit 2: Exploring Matter & Energy
*K.5A- observe/record properties of objects (size/mass- bigger, smaller, heavier, lighter, shape, color, texture-rough, smooth, bumpy, soft, quantity-more than/less than, temperature)
*K.5B- observe/record/discuss change in materials by heating or cooling (ice melting/water freezing)
Spiral
K.2C- record/organize data/observation using pictures, numbers, & words
K.4A- use tools (cups, bowls, journal, primary balance) / Unit 2: Celebrate Freedom Week
K.10A-identify the flags of the United States and Texas
Technology Project: Students will begin to create a U.S./Texas Flag and label colors and title
Read Aloud: F is for Flag, Wendy Cheyette (bookroom)
Patriotic Symbols (BF)
Duck for President (BF)
Reading: Fig. 19A, Fig. 19D / K.8A- recognize and describe individual differences and communicate appropriately with all individuals
Friday: Olweus / K.1D- create and execute steps to accomplish a task
1.6C- perform basic open & close/log-in/log-out
Techn Project: Students will begin to create a U.S./Texas Flag and label colors and title
Week 6
Sept. 6-9
Labor Day-No School, Sept.5 / Week Five: Getting Ready to Publish
Lesson One – What Good Writers Do (K.21B, K.22A, K.23A)
Lesson Two – Using the Word Wall
(K.13D, K.5D)
Lesson Three – Selecting a Piece to Publish (K.13E)
Lesson Four - Leaving Spaces Between Words (K.13D, K.17A)
Lesson Five– How to Use Our Notebook (K.13A) / K.16Aii- naming words (nouns) / K.18B- weekly sight words (we, the, on)
K.18C- write one’s own name / K(2)(F) The student is expected to generate a number that is one more than or one less than another number up to at least 10. 60, 60 (missing number, 100 chart place mat-Starfall- train) 89
K(2)(H) The student is expected to use comparative language to describe two numbers up to 10 presented as written numerals 93
K(2)(I) The student is expected to compose and decompose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures. 82
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income
Assessment #2 / *K.5A- observe/record properties of objects (size/mass- bigger, smaller, heavier, lighter, shape, color, texture-rough, smooth, bumpy, soft, quantity-more than/less than, temperature)
*K.5B- observe/record/discuss change in materials by heating or cooling (ice melting/water freezing)
Quiz (6 questions)
Spiral
K.2D- record/organize data/observation using pictures, numbers, & words
K.2E- communicate observations with others about investigations / K.10B-recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag and the Pledge to the Texas Flag
Read Aloud: A Flag for Our Country, Eve Spencer
(OpenCourt/bookroom)
Take Home Project due week 8- send home
(Grandparents Day) / K.8A- recognize and describe individual differences and communicate appropriately with all individuals
K.8B- explain the importance of showing consideration & respect for grandparents
Friday: Olweus
(Grandparents Day)
-Little Critters
I Love you Forever
-Grandma Finas Wonderful Umbrella
-You are my sunshine / K.1D- create and execute steps to accomplish a task
1.6C- perform basic open & close/log-in/log-out
Techn Project: Students will continue to create a U.S./Texas Flag and label colors and title
Week 7
Sept. 12-16 /  Week Six: Celebrating Our Writing
Lesson One – Developing a “Good Writing” Rubric (K.13C, K.13D)
Lesson Two – Continue Developing “Good Writing” Rubric
(K.13C, K.13D)
Lesson Three – Formal Publishing of a Piece (K.13E)
Lesson Four – Celebration of Our Writing (K.13E) / K.16Aii- naming words (nouns)
K.16B- speak in complete sentences / K.18B- weekly sight words (like, blue, red)
K.18C- write one’s own name / Unit 2B: Sets and Groups 5 to 10
K.2(C) count a set of objects up to at least 20 and demonstrate that the last number said tells the number of
objects in the set regardless of their arrangement or order
K.2(D) recognize instantly the quantity of a small group of objects in organized and random arrangements
K.2(E) generate a set using concrete and pictorial models that represents a number that is more than, less than,
and equal to a given number up to 20
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income / Unit 3: Energy
K.6A-use 5 senses to explore different forms of energy (light- sources of light/color, heat-sources of heat, sound-sources of sound/loud, soft, high, low)
Spiral
K.2B plan/conduct simple investigations such as ways objects move
K.2D- record/organize data/observation using pictures, numbers, & words / Celebrate Freedom Week
K.10C-identify Constitution Day as a celebration of American freedom
Read Aloud: The Flag We Love, Pam Munoz Ryan (bookroom)
Reading: Fig. 19A, Fig. 19D / K.8B- explain the importance of showing consideration and respect for parents, other family members, friends, and other individuals
Friday: Olweus / K.1D- create and execute steps to accomplish a task
1.6C- perform basic open & close/log-in/log-out
Techn Project: Students print flag
Week 8
Sept. 19-23
Celebrate Freedom Week
Constitution Day, Sept. 17 / Week Six: Celebrating Our Writing
Lesson One – Developing a “Good Writing” Rubric (K.13C, K.13D)
Lesson Two – Continue Developing “Good Writing” Rubric
(K.13C, K.13D)
Lesson Three – Formal Publishing of a Piece (K.13E)
Lesson Four – Celebration of Our Writing (K.13E) / K.16Aii- naming words (nouns)
K.16C- use complete simple sentences / K.18B- weekly sight words (a, yellow, green)
K.18C- write one’s own name
Making students accountable for knowing how to spell sight words. / K.2(C) count a set of objects up to at least 20 and demonstrate that the last number said tells the number of
objects in the set regardless of their arrangement or order
K.2(D) recognize instantly the quantity of a small group of objects in organized and random arrangements
K.2(E) generate a set using concrete and pictorial models that represents a number that is more than, less than,
and equal to a given number up to 20
Spiral
K.5 recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given number
Financial Literacy
K.4- U.S Coins (pennies) 95
K.9A- ID ways to earn income
Comprehensive Assessment (Include all TEKS) / K.6A-use 5 senses to explore different forms of energy (light- sources of light/color, heat-sources of heat, sound-sources of sound/loud, soft, high, low)
Process Skills
K.4A-use tools to collect information (journals, flashlights, lamps, light sources, prisms, thermometer, heat/cool pads, Bunsen burner, radio, pitch fork, kitchen utensils, musical instruments)
K.4B- uses senses as a tool to make observation / Students Present Home Project: “I’m Proud to be an American because…” / K.8B- explain the importance of showing consideration and respect for parents, other family members, friends, and other individuals
Friday: Olweus / K.1D- create and execute steps to accomplish a task
1.6C- perform basic open & close/log-in/log-out
Techn Project: Students print flag
Week 9
Sept. 26-30
Early Release- Sept. 28 / Author’s Wall Post / K.16Aii- naming words (nouns) / K.18B- weekly sight words (like, a, brown)
K.18C- write one’s own name
Making students accountable for knowing how to spell sight words. / 9 weeks Comprehensive Assessment
Reteach TEKS Necessary / 9 weeks Comprehensive Assessment / Review / Review / 1.4C- evaluate products prior to final submission

Technology Projects: Students will use create a U.S./Texas flag with labels and titles using Kid Pix.

Take Home Project: Students will create a “I’m Proud to be an American because…” (EX: shadow box, book, poster, banner, pennant, flag)