First Grade

2020-2021 First Grade Instructional Schedule

Monday Daily Schedule

     Time                          Subject
9:15-9:45 Morning Meeting
9:45-12:15 Independent Learning or Specialized Instruction

Tuesday-Friday Daily Schedule

Time

Subject

9:15-9:45

Morning Meeting

9:45-10:30

Language Arts

10:30-10:45

Break

10:45-11:15

Specials

11:15-12:15

Math

12:15-1:15

Lunch & Family Activities

1:15-1:45

Science/Social Studies

1:45-2:00

Break

2:00-3:15

Specialized Instruction/ Other Activities

3:15-3:30

Check- in

3:30-4:15

Parent Partnerships

2020-2021 First Grade Specials Schedule

 

Waffird

Min

Adams

Zuccolo

Cruz

Tuesday

PE

Music

Art

Library

PE

Wednesday

Music

PE

Library

Art

Music

Thursday

Art

Library

Music

PE

Art

Friday

Library

Art

PE

Music

Library

Big Ideas - Week of September 8 - September 18

Language Arts

  • Readers and writers learn to independently follow the predictable structures and routines of reading and writing workshop.
  • Readers and writers explore a variety of genres and forms to determine the types of books they love to read and to support the purpose of what they want to write.
  • Readers explain their ideas and work to understand another’s idea about the text.

Math

  • Relationships between numbers when counting forward or backwards
  • Identifying the relationships between numbers when skip counting 
  • When comparing sets, identifying the relationship as being more, less or equal to
  • Representations of numbers 0-10, (ie, ten as a number, picture, word, set of objects--relationships is that they are all equivalent to ten)
  • Identifying the relationships within and across patterns when they repeat or grow

Science

  • Planning and carrying out investigations 
  • Interpreting, analyzing, and evaluating data
  • Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating information

Social Studies

  • Building relationships in our classroom community, both on and offline
  • The relationship between traditions/symbols and how they can honor or represent a state, such as Virginia
  • Relationship between what one wants versus what one needs
  • Relationship between locations and where they are found on a map and globe
  • Relationship between the past and present (making connections)

FIRST GRADE SUPPLY LIST

FIRST GRADE CURRICULUM