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1 Curriculum Scope and Sequence First Baptist Academy Mathematics: Number and Counting Concepts Understand that numbers are used to denote quantity: two birds Count to 10 by rote Count to 10 in Spanish Begin to use one-to-one correspondence Number recognition and concept to 10 Count to 20 by rote Use one-to-one correspondence Use more than, same as, less than to describe sizes of sets of concrete objects Count to 20 Use one-to-one correspondence Use more than, same as, less than to describe sizes of sets of concrete objects Use numbers to tell how many objects in a set [to 20] Count to 20 Mathematics: Value of Coins and Bills, Counting Money Recognize coins as money Mathematics: Ordinal Numbers Understands first Understands first, second, and last Use before or after to describe position of object in a sequence Use first, second, third, etc. to name ordinal position in a sequence Identifies objects in first and last positions in a sequence Use before or after to describe position of object in a sequence Use first, second, third, etc. to name ordinal position in a sequence Orders objects according to directions using first, second, third, etc. Mathematics: Patterns Recognize simple A-B patterns Count to 10 in English and Spanish by rote Repeats single pattern Create simple A-B patterns Count to 20 by rote Recognize, repeat, and create A-B patterns Recognize and create more complex patterns: A-B-C, A-A- B-B Count to twenty. Identify, extend, & create patterns of sounds, physical movement, & concrete objects Use patterns to predict what comes next, including cause/effect relationships Count by ones to 100

2 Mathematics: Geometry Classifies objects by size, color, shape Identify shapes (circle, square, triangle, heart, star) Compares groups by attributes: alike/different, taller/shorter, more/less Classifies objects by size, color, shape, design Identify shapes (circle, square, triangle, oval, heart, rectangle, diamond, star) Matches objects Compares groups by attributes: alike/different, taller/shorter, more/less Describe one object in relation to another using over, under, above, and below Describe one object in relation to another using over, under, above, and below Place an object in a specified position Describe and identify an object by its attributes (size, shape, etc.) Compare two objects based on attributes Sort objects according to attributes and describe how groups are formed (size, shape) Describe and compare real-life objects or models of solids Describe, identify, and compare circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, spheres, cubes Mathematics: Measurement Identify which of two objects is longer or shorter using a non-standard measuring tool Identify which of two objects is longer or shorter using a ruler or non-standard measuring tool Compare and order 2 or 3 objects according to length, capacity [holds more/less], weight[lighter, heavier] Find concrete objects that are about the same as, less than, or greater than a given object [length, capacity, weight] Compare situation or objects by temperature Compare events by duration of time [more/less] Sequence events Describe time on a clock by the hour Read a calendar using days, weeks, and months

3 Mathematics: Problem Solving Begins using simple graphs to identify which is more, less Answer simple questions about a graph With help, select or develop appropriate problem-solving strategy-draw a picture or act it out Identify mathematics in everyday situations Use a problem-solving model, with help, to understand the problem, make a plan, carry out a plan, and evaluate a solution for reasonableness Select or develop appropriate problem-solving strategy: draw a picture, look for patterns, systematic guess/check, or act it out to solve a problem Use tools to solve problems: objects, manipulatives [bundle straws] technology Explain and record observations: objects, words, pictures, numbers, technology Relate everyday language to mathematical terms and symbols Reason and support thinking using objects, words, pictures, numbers, technology

5 animals: wings, feet, head, tail, etc. Identify parts that, when removed, may result in the whole not working: cars without wheels, plants without roots Manipulate parts of objects, that when put together, can do things they cannot do by themselves: toy vehicles, construction sets Observe, describe, and record changes in size, mass, color, position, quantity, time, temperature, sound, and movement of an object, plant, etc. Health and Safety Identify body parts Develop an awareness of proper nutrition Develop an awareness of good dental hygiene Develop an awareness of importance of proper hand washing techniques Identify body parts and uses Develop an understanding of proper nutrition Develop an understanding of good dental hygiene Develop an awareness of good health and safety rules Regularly utilize proper hand washing techniques Identify aspects of proper nutrition Identify aspects of good dental hygiene Demonstrate and observe good health and safety rules Regularly utilize proper hand washing techniques Identify aspects of proper nutrition Identify aspects of good dental hygiene Demonstrate and observe good health and safety rules Regularly utilize proper hand washing techniques Physical: Fine Motor Development Learns self-help skills (zip, Can brush teeth, comb hair, wash, Hand preference is established button, snap, lace) and dress with little assistance Laces shoes Assembles simple puzzles Copies crosses and squares Tri-pod pencil grasp Manipulates clay; finger Prints some letters Colors within lines paints Uses table utensils skillfully Cuts and pastes simple shapes Copies simple shapes Cuts on a line Stacks blocks up to nine high Begins cutting Trace name Learns self-help skills Develops pincer control with pencil, crayon Assembles very simple puzzles Plays with clay

6 Physical: Gross Motor Development Jumps on two feet, runs, climbs, hops, crawls with adult model walks with an agile, almost adult style runs around obstacles Running is more controlled; can start, stop, and turn Turns somersaults; hops on one Runs in an adult manner Walks on tiptoe Broad jumps Becomes familiar with catches large balls and foot; gallops Walks on a balance beam balancing activities throws overhead Can easily catch, throw, and Jumps rope climbs ladders; uses slide bounce a ball independently alternates feet when climbing stairs hops on one foot crawl on all fours balance on one leg Geography Locate objects placed under/over as directed Locate own classroom and playground Identify under/over using objects Locate own classroom, playground, and parlor, gym Use terms: under/over, far/near to describe location Locate places on campus Use terms: under/over, far/near, left/right to describe location Locate places on campus and describe location Economics Identify basic human needs of food and shelter Identify basic human needs of food, clothing, shelter Develop awareness of community helpers Explains basic human needs Explain how basic human needs of food, clothing, and shelter can be met Identify community helpers Explains basic human needs Explain how basic human needs of food, clothing, and shelter can be met Identify community helpers Explain why people have jobs

7 Government Identify rules at school Identify rules at school Identify possible consequences of not obeying rules Identify purposes for having rules Identify authority figures in home, school, and community Identify purposed for having rules Identify rules that provide order, security, and safety in home and school Identify authority figures in home, school, community Explain how authority figures make and enforce rules Citizenship & Social Studies Develop concept of self, family, and the world around us Develop awareness of holidays and identify symbols of common holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter Develop concept of self and family Develop awareness of holidays Identify the US flag Identify symbols of common holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Valentine s Day, St. Patrick s Day Obtain information about a topic through listening, viewing, & music Examine ideas orally based on knowledge and experiences Identify the flags of the US and Texas Recite the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag Explain the use of voting as a method for group decision making Obtain information about a topic using oral sources: conversations, interviews, music Obtain information about a topic using visual sources: pictures, symbols, television, maps, computer images, print materials and artifacts Sequence and categorize information Identify main idea from oral, visual, and printed sources Express ideas orally based on knowledge and experiences Create written and visual material to express ideas: stories, poems, maps, graphic organizers

8 Social Skills Develop early self-help skills: asking for help when needed, putting on own jacket, shoes, etc. Begin to develop a healthy self-concept Begin to develop acceptable expressions of emotion Continue to develop and refine self-help skills Continue to develop a healthy self-concept Continue to develop and refine acceptable expressions of emotion Participate fully in daily routine and group games Dress self with little assistance Express own needs and emotions verbally Identify aspects of daily routine, such as turn-taking, sharing materials Express concern for others verbally Dress self Identify and verbally express own needs and emotions Makes necessary adjustments to daily routine, such as fire drill interrupting a preferred activity and responds appropriately Share, take turns, move from one activity to another appropriately Begin to participate in daily routine and group games Begin to develop awareness of the needs of others and to show concern for others Art Introduces and experiences Uses lines to make shapes and development of line, color, figures, adding color and texture shape, and texture Refine modeling, constructing, and Master recognition of drawing skills primary colors and Experience use of various art secondary colors media to express an original Introduce and experience thought through artwork modeling, constructing, and drawing skills Introduce and experience skills with various art media Use scissors properly Use glue properly Draw self portrait using at least three body parts Introduce and experience the development of color, shape, and texture Introduce primary colors Introduce and experience modeling clay Introduce and experience skills with various art media Uses lines to make shapes and figures, adding color, texture, and details Refine modeling, constructing, and drawing skills Select and use various art media to express an original thought through artwork

11 of contents Demonstrate concept of word by dividing spoken sentences into individual words Know some lullabies, Mother Goose rhymes, Bible stories, etc. Identify, segment, and combine syllables within spoken words to represent syllables in words: clapping, moving, manipulative Produce rhyming words & distinguish rhyming words from non-rhyming words Identify and isolate initial and final sound of spoken word Blend sounds to make spoken words by moving manipulatives to blend phonemes in spoken word Segment one-syllable spoken words into individual phonemes-produce beginning, middle, and final sounds Blend series of spoken sound together to make a word: /d/ /o/ /g/ is dog Indicate whether series of words begins or ends with same sound: sit, sun, soap all begin the same Form new words by manipulating initial, final, or medial sounds in a word: man, mat; pat, put Name and identify each letter of the alphabet Understand that written words are composed of letters that represent sounds

13 Reading/Language Arts: Writing/Handwriting, Penmanship, Punctuation Gain increasing control of holding a pencil, crayon, or marker to make circles and horizontal and vertical lines Begin to recognize and form letters of the alphabet Print own name Begin to learn strokes to write letters of the alphabet in print Gain increasing control of penmanship: pencil grip, paper position, beginning strokes Write each letter of the alphabet in lowercase and uppercase print Write his/her own name and other important words Use phonological knowledge to map sounds to letters to write messages Write messages that move left-toright and top-to-bottom on the page

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