• Please keep in mind that iReady is a DISTRICT REQUIREMENT -- Students should be completing 45-minutes of Reading and Math weekly, on their own
    in addition to 20 minutes of reading per day. Please see "Online Learning Links" for addition reading resources.


    Specials Classes: 

    P.E. Teacher: Ms. Hargis

    Music Teacher: Mrs. Allen

    Art Teacher: Mrs. Harris

    April 1st-3rd, We had PE assignments due. Please refer to Ms. Hargis' Dojo posts on the"story" page and go to her teacher website for more information. 

    https://www.marionschools.net/Domain/12592 


    April 1, 2020 - April 3, 2020


    Wednesday, April 1st

    • Math - Think Central: Unit 9 Lesson 6
    • Readworks: Learn About Maps   (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8) 
    • Studies Weekly: Week 28, tabs 1 - 4 (Goods and Services, Services, Consumers, Producers)

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, April 2nd

    • Math - Think Central: Unit 9 Lesson 7
    • Readworks: A Cold Place to Live    (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8) 
    • Studies Weekly: Week 28, tabs 5 - 8 (People Depend on Each Other, Opportunity Cost, Money, Benefits)

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, April 3rd

    • Math - Think Central: Unit 9 Lesson 8
    • Readworks: All Kinds of Maps    (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8) 
    • Studies Weekly: Week 28, tabs 9 - 11 (Citrus Trees, Fun and Games, Fill in the Blanks)  and Test
      There's a fun little Social Studies Vocab/Spelling Game if you'd like to try it.

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading

    This week, April 1st-3rd, We had PE assignments due. Please refer to Ms. Hargis' Dojo posts on the"story" page and go to her teacher website for more information. 

    https://www.marionschools.net/Domain/12592



    Specials Classes:

    P.E. Teacher: Ms. Hargis
    Music Teacher: Mrs. Allen
    Art Teacher: Mrs. Harris 

    This week, April 6th-10th: We will have music. Please see Mrs. Allen's teacher website for more information regarding assignments.

    https://www.marionschools.net/Domain/21307 


    Optional extras for April 6 - 10

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading 
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts

     


    Weekly Assignments for April 6, 2020 - April 10, 2020


    Monday, April 6th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 9- Practice Time to the Hour and Half Hour
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 29- Jobs People Do (Tabs 1-3: Jobs People Do, What Are Taxes, Dentists) 
    • MYON: Please see assigned lesson- "Learn About Money"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Tuesday, April 7th

    • Think CentralMath on the Spot Video: 9.9
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 29- Jobs People Do (Tabs 4-6: Musicians, Servers, Human Resources)
    • MYON: Please see assigned lesson- "How We Stay on Earth"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, April 8th

    • Think CentralAnimated Math Models: Time to the Hour
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 29- Jobs People Do (Tabs 7-9: Letter Carriers, Child Factory Workers, Airline Pilots)
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson- "All About Money"  (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8) 

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, April 9th

    • Think CentralAnimated Math Models: Time to the Half Hour
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 29- Jobs People Do (Tabs 10, 12-13: Children in Turkey, Discuss Find and Color, and Yes or No)
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson- "What Are Stars?"  (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8) 

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, April 10th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Test: Time to the Hour and Half Hour
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 29- Jobs People Do-  Review and Take Test
    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Specials Classes:

    P.E. Teacher: Ms. Hargis
    Music Teacher: Mrs. Allen
    Art Teacher: Mrs. Harris 

    April 13th-17th: I am assuming we will have art based on the rotation of other specials. Please see Ms. Harris' teacher website for more information.

    https://www.marionschools.net/Domain/22408


    Optional extras

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading 
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts

     


    Weekly Assignments for April 13, 2020 - April 17, 2020


    Monday, April 13th

    • Think CentralMath on the Spot Video: 9.1 Order Length
                              Unit 9 Lesson 1: Order Length
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 30- Money and Trade (Tabs 1-3: Money and Trade, Money, Bartering) 
    • Stemscopes: Picture Vocabulary  -   To get to Stemscopes, from the Portal, click Programs (a tab at the bottom of the Portal)
      Click "Picture Vocabulary." Please review each term (arrow click right) until you have discussed all 3 vocab words with your child. Then click "Turn in"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Tuesday, April 14th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 2: Animated Model
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 30- Money and Trade (Tabs 4-6: Trading Long Distances, Import Export, Brazilian Coffee)
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson- "Why Don't We See Stars in the Daytime?"  (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8)
    • Stemscopes: Content Connections Video—Constellations   
      Click "Content Connections Video-Constellations." Answering Questions is optional. Click "Turn in" when finished with the video.

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, April 15th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 2: Indirect Measurement
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 30- Money and Trade (Tabs 7-9: Banks, Save for a Rainy Day, Mexican Pesos)
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson"Franklin D. Roosevelt" (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8)
    • StemscopesContent Connections Video—Objects in the Sky
      Click "Content Connections Video - Objects in the Sky."Answering Questions is optional. Click "Turn in" when finished with the video.

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, April 16th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 3: Animated Model
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 30- Money and Trade (Tabs 10 and 11: Discuss Find and Color, and Yes or No)
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson"What Can I Buy?" (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8)
    • StemscopesScience Today - Watch it! 

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, April 17th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 3: Nonstandard Units to Measure
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 30- Money and Trade -  Review and Take Test
    • StemscopesMultiple Choice Assessment

    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


     


    Weekly Assignments for April 20, 2020 - April 24, 2020


    Optional extras

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading 
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts


    Monday, April 20th

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 4:  Math On the Spot
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 31- Spend or Save? (Tabs 1-3: Spend or Save?, Saving Your Money, Responsible Spending) 
    • MYON: "Save Money"
    • Stemscopes: Picture Vocabulary: Gravity-   To get to Stemscopes, from the Portal, click Programs (a tab at the bottom of the Portal)
      Click "Picture Vocabulary." Please review each term (arrow click right) until you have discussed all 3 vocab words with your child. Then click "Turn in"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Tuesday, April 21st

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 4: Make NonStand. Measuring Tool
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 31- Spend or Save?  (Tabs 4-6: Saving Money, Needs Before Wants, Start Saving)
    • MYON: "In the Money: A Book About Banking"
    • Stemscopes: STEMscopedia—Gravity 
      This lesson may require assistance reading and some additional parental guidance. 

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, April 22nd

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 5: Math On the Spot
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 31- Spend or Save?  (Tabs 7-9: Opportunity Cost, Donating Money, How Does Donating Help?)
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson- "What Is Gravity" (Please send me a picture through Dojo for Question #8)
      This lesson has an eBook attached so your child can see pictures for each paragraph and have each section read aloud. The Play button will read the audio on each page. 

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, April 23rd

    • Think CentralUnit 9 Lesson 5: Measure & Compare
    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 31- Spend or Save?  (Tabs 10-12: Discuss Math and Money Part 1 & 2, Draw a Picture-on separate paper)
    • MYON: "Save, Spend, or Donate?: A Book About Managing Money"
    • StemscopesReading Science: Read Aloud—Gravity

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, April 24th

    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 31- Spend or Save? -  Review and Take Test
    • StemscopesConcept Review Game - Please help your child review for the Test by clicking "Concept Review Game" in assignments and selecting Key Terms & Concept to complete the 8 review questions.
      Then, please have your child complete the  Multiple Choice Assessment

    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Weekly Assignments for April 27, 2020 - May 1, 2020


    Optional extras

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading 
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts


    Monday, April 27th

    • Think CentralI have assigned 4 REVIEW lessons, 2 on time and 2 on measurement. These are not mandatory, only optional review in case your child needs it prior to the test. If you'd like, they can start each and exit if they have mastered the skill. They can also revisit any precious lessons or videos by clicking on "Old Assignments."

      Please have your child complete Unit 9 Test: Time and Measurement when he/she is ready.

    • MYON: "Science Tools"
    • Stemscopes: Picture Vocabulary: Magnifiers-   To get to Stemscopes, from the Portal, click Programs (a tab at the bottom of the Portal)
      Click "Picture Vocabulary." Please review each term (arrow click right) until you have discussed all 2 vocab words with your child. Then click "Turn in"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Tuesday, April 28th

    • MathCPALMS
      Let’s Talk About Money:     https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/186037
      This is a little lengthy, but contains great, valuable information and asks a few assessing questions along the way.
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson- "Scientific Instruments" (This is a 3rd grade level assignment, but it reads the passage to them and had the best source of information and photos on magnifying tools.) Students do not need to answer the questions, but please just select "B" for question #1 so that I know they completed the reading. Thank you!

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, April 29th

    • MathABCya.com        https://www.abcya.com/games/learning_coins
    • MYON: "Counting Money"
    • StemscopesConcept Review Game - Please help your child review for the Test by clicking "Concept Review Game" in assignments and selecting Key Terms & Concept to complete the 8 review questions. Please discuss these terms as you complete the review.

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, April 30th

    • MathJack Hartmann Money Song:      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnXJGNo08v0
    • MYON: "Measure by Measure"
    • StemscopesConcept Attainment Quiz: This will not actually be treated as a quiz, but as review for tomorrow's test. Please discuss the questions and answers with you child as or after they complete the assignment in order to master the terms and best prepare them for the test on Friday.

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, May 1st

    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 32- Let's Review... (All Tabs 1-6) 
      Review and Take Test: 
      Prior to test, please review with your child the following:
      Opportunity cost, producers and consumers, goods and services, and the "Fun and Games" tab in this week's Studies Weekly. Please have him or her complete their sort on separtate paper by labeling, printing, or drawing a quick picture or somewhere cold (inland) vs warm (near the ocean). Have your child use the word bank to sort which food, shelter, and clothing would be needed/available in each location.

    • Stemscopes
      Magnifiers Multiple Choice Assessment

    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


     Current Standards

    Math
    MAFS.1.MD.2.a
     - Identify and combine values of money in cents up to one dollar working with a single unit of currency1 . a. Identify the value of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). b. Compute the value of combinations of coins (pennies and/or dimes). c. Relate the value of pennies, dimes, and quarters to the dollar (e.g., There are 100 pennies or ten dimes or four quarters in one dollar.) ( 1Students are not expected to understand the decimal notation for combinations of dollars and cents.)
    Learning Goal: I can identify and combine values of money in cents up to one dollar working with a single unit of currency, add the value of a combinations of coins, and relate the value of pennies, dimes, and quarters to the dollar.

    ELA
    LAFS.1.1RF.2.2d - Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes). (DOK 1)
    LAFS.1.1RF.3.3b - Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words. (DOK 1)
    Learning Goal: I can segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds and decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.

    Science
    SC.1.E.5.3 (DOK 2) – Investigate how magnifiers make things appear bigger and help people see things they cannot see without them.
    Learning Goal: I can investigate how magnifiers make things appear bigger and help people see things they cannot see without them.

    Social Studies
    SS.1.E.1.4 – Distinguish people as buyers, sellers, and producers of goods and services.
    Learning Goal: I can distinguish people as buyers, sellers, and producers of goods and services.

     


     

    Weekly Assignments for May 4, 2020 - May 8, 2020


    Optional extras

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading 
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts 


     Monday, May 4th

    • Social Studies WeeklyWeek 25- Communities (Tabs 1-3: Communities, Different Communities, Hot Communities) 
    • MathCPALMS
      Let’s Add Money: Using Similar Coins       https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/186704
      This is a little lengthy, but contains critical information to master our standard and includes great practice questions. I have allotted 2 days for this material.
    • MYON: "The Sun"
    • Stemscopes: Picture Vocabulary: The Sun
      Please review each term (arrow click right) until you have discussed all 4 vocab words with your child. Then click "Turn in"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Tuesday, May 5th

    • Social Studies WeeklyWeek 25- Communities (Tabs 4-6: Cold Communities, Sunshine or Rain, Keeping Homes Comfortable) 
    • MathCPALMS
      FINISH or re-visit:  Let’s Add Money: Using Similar Coins       https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/186704
      This is a little lengthy, but contains critical information to master our standard and includes great practice questions. 
    • Readworks: Please see assigned lesson- "Staying Safe and Healthy" (Students are ONLY assigned to read the last article in the list, 
      "Stay Safe in the Sun." 
      This article addresses our standard.


    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, May 6th

    • Social Studies WeeklyWeek 25- Communities (Tabs 7-9: Food in Florida, Food in Alaska, Good Job!) 
    • MathCPALMS
      Let’s Add Money: Mixed Coins      https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/190436
      This is a little lengthy, but contains critical information to master our standard and includes great practice questions. I have allotted 2 days for this material.
    • MYON: "Our Sun"
    • Stemscopes: Content Connections Video—Power of the Sun from 1.E 5.4 The Sun
    •  
    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, May 7th

    • Social Studies WeeklyWeek 25- Communities (Discuss Tabs 10-12: Fun and Games, Alike or Different, Draw a Picture) 
    • MathCPALMS
      Let’s Add Money: Mixed Coins      https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceStudentTutorial/Preview/190436
      This is a little lengthy, but contains critical information to master our standard and includes great practice questions.
    • MYON: "Weather: True or False"
    • StemscopesSTEMscopedia—The Sun from 1.E 5.4 The Sun

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, May 8th

    • Social Studies Weekly: Week 25- Communities 
      Review and Take Test: Please discuss that some questions will say "Check All That Apply." Please explain that this means they need to read the choices carefully and for these questions they may choose MORE than 1 answer (2, 3, or 4, choose ALL that are correct).
      Discuss/review that the "fruits and vegetables" grown in Florida include; oranges, strawberries, apples, and corn (even though the article does not specifically say apples).

    • Math   Money Math Test   <--- click here to open the PDF
      Unfortunately, with money not being included in ThinkCentral, this test is a printable PDF. You may either print and send me a picture, or you could have your child just mark it digitally, since the answers only need circling, and you could screen shot it and send it that way. 

    • Stemscopes
      The Sun: Multiple Choice Assessment

    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


     Current Standards

    Math
    MAFS.1.MD.2.a
     - Identify and combine values of money in cents up to one dollar working with a single unit of currency1 . a. Identify the value of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters). b. Compute the value of combinations of coins (pennies and/or dimes). c. Relate the value of pennies, dimes, and quarters to the dollar (e.g., There are 100 pennies or ten dimes or four quarters in one dollar.) ( 1Students are not expected to understand the decimal notation for combinations of dollars and cents.)
    Learning Goal: I can identify and combine values of money in cents up to one dollar working with a single unit of currency, add the value of a combinations of coins, and relate the value of pennies, dimes, and quarters to the dollar.

    ELA
    LAFS.1.1RF.2.2d - Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes). (DOK 1)
    LAFS.1.1RF.3.3b - Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words. (DOK 1)
    Learning Goal: I can segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds and decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.

    Science
    SC.1.E.5.4 (DOK 2) – Identify the beneficial and harmful properties of the sun.
    Learning Goal: I can identify the beneficial and harmful properties of the sun.

    Social Studies
    SS.1.G.1.6 – Describe how location, weather, and physical environment affect the way people live in our community.
    Learning Goal: I can describe how location, weather, and physical environment affect the way people live in our community. 


    Optional extras

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading 
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts
     


    Weekly Assignments for May 11, 2020 - May 15, 2020


    Monday, May 11th

    • Social StudiesMYONPlease see assigned lesson- "Earn Money"
    • ThinkCentralMoney: Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes Math on the Spot      and      
                             Money: Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes 
      These are second grade virtual lessons, but they fit our standard perfectly and will be great preparation.
    • Stemscopes: Picture Vocabulary: Materials on Earth's Surface
      Please review each term (arrow click right) until you have discussed all 5 vocab words with your child. Then click "Turn in"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading

    Tuesday, May 12th

    • Social StudiesMYONPlease see assigned lesson- "Let's Trade"
    • ThinkCentralMoney: Math on the Spot 7.2  and  Money: Quarters Lesson 7.2
      These are second grade virtual lessons, but they fit our standard perfectly and will be great preparation.
    • Stemscopes: Content Connections Video — Water on Earth

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, May 13th

    • Social StudiesMYONPlease see assigned lesson- "Taxes, Taxes!"
    • ThinkCentralMoney: Count Collection 7.3 
      These are second grade virtual lessons, but they fit our standard perfectly and will be great preparation.
    • Stemscopes: Content Connections Video - Properties of Soil       
            
                

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, May 14th

    • Social StudiesReadworks Please see assigned lesson- "What is Trade" (Questions will not be taken for a grade for this one, so just please do your best).
    • ThinkCentralMoney: Show Amounts in 2 Ways 7.4 
      These are second grade virtual lessons, but they fit our standard perfectly and will be great preparation.
    • MYON: "A Song About Earth's Layers"
    • StemscopesScience Rock - Rocks, Soil, and Water    (song)             

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, May 15th

    • ThinkCentral:  Money: Make a Dollar- Math On the Spot 7.5   and   Money: Make a Dollar Lesson 7.5

    • Stemscopes
      Concept Review Game: Key Terms & Concepts
      followed by Multiple Choice Assessment: Materials on Earth's Surface

    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


     Current Standards

    Math
    MAFS.1.MD.2.a
     - b. Compute the value of combinations of coins (pennies and/or dimes). c. Relate the value of pennies, dimes, and quarters to the dollar (e.g., There are 100 pennies or ten dimes or four quarters in one dollar.) ( 1Students are not expected to understand the decimal notation for combinations of dollars and cents.)
    Learning Goal: I can add the value of a combinations of coins, and relate the value of pennies, dimes, and quarters to the dollar.

    ELA
    LAFS.1.1RF.2.2d - Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes). (DOK 1)
    LAFS.1.1RF.3.3b - Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words. (DOK 1)
    Learning Goal: I can segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds and decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.

    Science
    SC.1.E.6.1: (DOK 1) – Recognize that water, rocks, soil, and living organisms are found on Earth's surface.

    Social Studies
    SS.1.E.1.1 – Recognize that money is a method of exchanging goods and services.


     

    Fluency: Please click here for this week's fluency reading
    Kickstart: Please click here for this week's math kickstarts
     


    Weekly Assignments for May 18, 2020 - May 22, 2020


    Monday, May 18th

    • MYONPlease see assigned lesson- "Shapes"
    • ThinkCentral12.1 Sort 2-Dimensional Shapes      and      
                             12.2 Describe 2-Dimensional Shapes 
    • StemscopesPicture Vocabulary: Water Safety
      Please review each term (arrow click right) until you have discussed all 7 vocab words with your child. Then click "Turn in"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading

    Tuesday, May 19th

    • ThinkCentral12.3 Combine 2-Dimensional Shapes      and  
                             12.4 Combine More Shapes
    • Stemscopes: Read Aloud:     ........
    • Readworks: "We Need Fresh Water"

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Wednesday, May 20th

    • MYONPlease see assigned lesson- "Monster Knows Shapes"
    • ThinkCentral12.5 Make New 2-Dimensional Shapes      and
                             12.6 Find Shapes in Shapes  
    • Science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_MY3JnuIFI   Read Aloud Book on YouTube: A Treasure At Sea for Dragon and Me  
      Listen carefully and list the ways the boy and dragon stay safe near and in water (these safety measures will be on your assessment).    
                      
    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Thursday, May 21st

    • ThinkCentral12.7 Take Apart 2-Dimensional Shapes      and
    •                        12.8 Equal or Unequal Parts
    • MYON: "Water"
    • StemscopesConcept Review Game: Key Terms & Concepts        

    • iReady
    • 20 minutes of reading


    Friday, May 22nd

    • ThinkCentral:  12.9 Halves     and   
                              12.10 Fourths 

    • StemscopesMultiple Choice Assessment: Water Safety
    • Finish iReady Minutes (minimum: 45 minutes in Reading AND 45 minutes in math)
    • 20 minutes of reading


     Current Standards

    Math
    MAFS.1.G.1.1
      Distinguish between defining attributes (e.g., triangles are closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g., color, orientation, overall size); build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes. (DOK 2)

    MAFS.1.G.1.3 – Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of. Describe the whole as two of, or four of the shares. Understand for these examples that decomposing into more equal shares creates smaller shares. (DOK 2)

    ELA
    LAFS.1.1RF.2.2d - Segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds (phonemes). (DOK 1)
    LAFS.1.1RF.3.3b - Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words. (DOK 1)
    Learning Goal: I can segment spoken single-syllable words into their complete sequence of individual sounds and decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.

    Science
    SC.1.E.6.2: – Describe the need for water and how to be safe around water.(DOK 2)

    Social Studies
    SS.1.E.1.1 – Recognize that money is a method of exchanging goods and services.