Reading Writing Science Social Studies
  • We Are Readers
  • Emergent Reading: Looking Closely at Familiar Texts
  • Superpowers: Reading with Print Strategies and Sight Word Power
  • Bigger Books, Bigger Reading Muscles
  • Growing Expertise in Little Books: Reading for Information
  • Becoming Avid Readers
  • Readers Get to Know Characters by Performing Their Books
  • Launching the Writing Workshop
  • Looking Closely: Observing, Labeling, and Listing Like Scientists
  • Writing for Readers
  • How-To Books: Writing to Teach Others
  • Persuasive Writing of All Kinds: Using Words to Make a Change
  • All About Books
  • Crafting Stories Using All We Know About Narrative Writing
  • Inquiry Skills
  • Matter and Our Earth
  • Force and Motion
  • Weather and the Seasons
  • Plants
  • Animals
  • Habitats
  • Caring School Community/School Community
  • Me, Myself, and Others
  • Families
  • The Neighborhood
Math
• Building a Community of Mathematicians Through Investigations and Number Stories
• Mathematicians Sort and Compare Objects
• Mathematicians Use All They Know to Problem Solve
• Mathematicians Compose and Decompose Numbers and Shapes
• Mathematicians Compose and Decompose Numbers
• Mathematicians Study Shapes by Comparing What’s Alike and What’s Different (2D & 3D)
• Mathematicians Use What They Know to Solve Problems (Apple Boxes)
• Mathematicians Think about Teen Numbers and How They Can Use Them to Organize and Count
• Measuring and Fact Fluency