- Instructors
- Mrs. Andrea Bowers
- Ashley Williams
- Judy McCollum
- Robert Sanders
- Mrs. Stacey Schehr
- Term
- 2019-2020 School Year
- Department
- Kindergarten

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Tree- students will be introduced to 2D shapes and their attributes using a shape tree

At home: Homework packet for 2-18

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Building- students will build 2d shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows.

At home: Homework packet for 2-19

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Building- students will build 2d shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows.

At home: Homework packet for 2-20

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Building- students will build 2d shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows.

At home: 2-21

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: My mini shape book- students will use the emergent reader to identify 2d shapes and real life objects with the same attributes.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Building- students will build 2d shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows.

At home: 2-13

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Building- students will build 2d shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows.

At home: Homework packet for 2-12

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Building- students will build 2d shapes using toothpicks and marshmallows.

At home: Homework packet for 2-11

I can identify 2D shapes regardless of size and tell their attributes.

In class: Shape Tree- students will be introduced to 2D shapes and their attributes using a shape tree

At home: Homework packet for 2-10

PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT POINT B

NO HOMEWORK

PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT POINT B

Homework 2-6

PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT POINT B

Homework pack 2-5

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual word problems

In class: Subtraction word problems- students will work on solving subtraction equations found in word problems.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Counter Subtraction- students will use counters to represent subtraction.

At home: 1-30

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual word problems

In class: Subtraction word problems- students will work on solving subtraction equations found in word problems.

At home: Homework packet for 1-29

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual word problems

In class: Domino subtraction- students will domino's to solve subtraction equations shown.

At home: Homework packet for 1-28

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual word problems

In class: Subtraction word problems- students will work on solving subtraction equations found in word problems.

At home: Homework packet for 1/27

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Subtraction bowling- students will play bowling to solve contextual problems within 10.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Fruit loop subtraction- students will use fruit loops to solve contextual problems

At home: 1-23

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Shark subtraction- students will use goldfish to solve contextual problems within 10

At home: Homework packet for 1-22

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Mitten Subtraction- students will use cotton balls to solve contextual problems with in 10

At home: Homework packet for 1-21

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Students worked puzzles matching the equation to the correct difference.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Popsicle subtraction- students matched the difference to the correct subtraction equation.

At home: 1-16

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Domino subtraction- students used dominoes to subtract finding a difference within 10

At home: Homework packet for 1-15

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Cross off subtraction- students show subtraction by crossing out objects

At home: Homework packet for 1-14

I can subtract within 10 to solve contextual problems

In class: Counter subtraction- students used manipulatives to demonstrate subtractions as taking away

At home: Homework packet for 1-13

I can complete Point B portfolio Assessment

In class: Point B portfolio ASSESSMENT

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can complete Point B portfolio Assessment

In class: Point B portfolio ASSESSMENT

At home: 1-9

I can complete Point B portfolio Assessment

In class: Point B portfolio ASSESSMENT

At home: Homework packet for 1-8

I can complete Point B portfolio Assessment

In class: Point B portfolio ASSESSMENT

At home: Homework packet for 1-7

I can complete Point B portfolio Assessment

In class: Point B portfolio ASSESSMENT

At home: Homework packet for 1-6

I can complete the grade card assessment

In class:

GRADE CARD ASSESSMENT

At home: 12-19

I can complete the grade card assessment

In class: GRADE CARD ASSESSMENT

At home: Homework packet for 12-18

I can complete the grade card assessment

In class: GRADE CARD ASSESSMENT

At home: Homework packet for 12-17

I can complete the grade card assessment

In class: GRADE CARD ASSESSMENT

At home: Homework packet for 12-16

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: Sweet Treat word problems: Student will show the steps in working an addition word problem.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can subitize groups to 20.

In class: Kapow!- students play the game subitizing numbers 0-20 viewing double and single tens frames.

At home: 12-12

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: Sweet Treat word problems: Student will show the steps in working an addition word problem.

At home: Homework packet for 12-11

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: : Kapow!- students play the game subitizing numbers 0-20 viewing double and single tens frames.

At home: Homework packet for 12-10

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: Farm Fun word problems: students will show the steps in working an addition word problem.

At home: Homework packet for 12-9

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: Christmas addition word problem: students will show the steps of working an addition word problem book.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: Christmas addition word problem: students will show the steps of working an addition word problem book.

At home: 12-5

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

In class: Christmas addition word problem: students will show the steps of working an addition word problem book.

At home: Homework packet for 12-4

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

At home: Homework packet for 12-3

I can add within ten to solve contextual problems using a variety of ways

At home: Homework packet for 12-2

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Composing numbers 11-19- Students explored place value of teen numbers.

Example: 12 is one ten and two ones

At home: Homework packet for 11-26

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Composing numbers 11-19- Students explored place value of teen numbers. Example: 12 is one ten and two ones

At home: Homework packet for 11-25

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Popsicle place value- students match the teen number to the tens and ones it goes with.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Spin and cover (15-19)- students spin, identify the place value and cover the teen number on their board.

At home: 11-21

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Build it Place value- students built teens numbers using ones and ten rods.

At home: Homework packet for 11-20

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Build it Place value- students built teens numbers using ones and ten rods.

At home: Homework packet for 11-20

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Spin and cover (11-15)- students spin, identify the place value and cover the teen number on their board.

At home: Homework packet for 11-19

I can identify and decompose teen numbers into tens and ones

In class: Composing numbers 11-19- Students explored place value of teen numbers. Example: 12 is one ten and two ones

At home: Homework packet for 11-18

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: One more and one less- students play the game identifying the teen number, writing the teen number and telling what is one more and one less.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: One more and one less- students play the game identifying the teen number, writing the teen number and telling what is one more and one less.

At home: 11-14

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Popcorn teen numbers: students identify the various ways that made the teen number. Example: in a double tens frame, tally marks, dice and number.

At home: Homework packet for 11-13

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: One more and one less- students play the game identifying the teen number, writing the teen number and telling what is one more and one less.

At home: Homework packet for 11-12

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Double tens frame build- students will use a double tens frame to build teen numbers 11-19.

At home: Homework packet for 11-11

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Spin and cover one more- students will engage in the game identifying the teen number and covering the number that is after.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Mystery puzzle- students will work the puzzle matching the teen number to the correct set.

At home: 11-7

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Piggy Bank sets- students will match the correct coin to the matching teen number set in the piggy bank

At home: Homework packet for 11-6

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Cupcake build- students will match the teen number to the correct set.

At home: Homework packet for 11-5

I can identify, write and count teen numbers.

In class: Goldfish count- students will build teen numbers using goldfish crackers.

At home: Homework packet for 11-4

I can solve addition word problems.

In class: Addition word problems- students solved, illustrated and recorded the sum of the addition word problems.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can solve addition word problems.

In class: Addition word problems- students solved, illustrated and recorded the sum of the addition word problems.

At home: NO HOMEWORK!!

I can solve addition word problems.

In class: Addition word problems- students solved, illustrated and recorded the sum of the addition word problems.

At home: Homework packet for 10-30

I can solve addition word problems.

At home: Homework packet for 10-29

I can solve addition word problems.

At home: Homework packet for 10-28

I can: solve addition equations to a sum of five and beyond

In class: I spy addition facts: students engaged in solving addition equations hidden in a pirate picture.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can: solve addition equations to a sum of five and beyond

In class Addition popsicles- students engaged in matching sums to the correct equations.

At home: Homework packet for 10-24

I can: solve addition equations to a sum of five and beyond

In class: Spin and add- students played and reviewed solving addition equations using Touch Math

At home: Homework packet for 10-23

I can: solve addition equations to a sum of five and beyond

In class: Pull and solve- students engaged in solving addition equations using Touch Math

At home: Homework packet for 10-22

I can:

In class: PUMPKIN PATCH FIELD TRIP

At home: Homework packet for 10-21

I can solve addition equation to a sum of five

In class: Touchmath addition- student will learn how to solve addition equations to a sum of five using TouchMath

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can solve addition equation to a sum of five

In class: Touchmath addition- student will learn how to solve addition equations to a sum of five using TouchMath

At home: Homework packet for 10-17

I can solve addition equation to a sum of five

In class: Touchmath addition- student will learn how to solve addition equations to a sum of five using TouchMath

At home: Homework packet for 10-15

I can solve addition equation to a sum of five

At home: Homework packet for 10-14

I can: show ten in various ways

In class: Shake and spill- students use counters to show different ways to make ten.

At home: NO HOMEWORK

I can: show ten in various ways

In class Tens frame- students use ice cube tens trays to show how to make ten by adding more.

At home: Homework packet for 10-3

I can: show ten in various ways

In class: Cookie Crisp- Student show how to make ten in various ways using Cookie Crisps.

At home: Homework packet for 10-2

I can: show ten in various ways

In class: Tens frame- students use ice cube tens trays to show how to make ten by adding more.

At home: Homework packet for 10-1

I can: show ten in various ways

In class: Cookie Crisp- Student show how to make ten in various ways using Cookie Crisps.

At home: Homework packet for 9-30

I can: I can compare numbers 0-10

In class: Balloon count/ compare- students engaged in comparing pictures of balloons identifying the number that is more, less or equal.

At home: Homework packet for 9-27

I can: I can compare numbers 0-10

In class: Roll and Compare! Students use a dice to compare numbers 0-10

At home: Homework packet for 9-26

I can: I can compare numbers 0-10

In class: Sharing sweets: student engaged in the emergent reader comparing numbers 0-10

At home: Homework packet for 9-25

I can: I can compare numbers 0-10

In class: True or False- students sorted sentences by if it was true or false. Example: 8 is equal to 2 or 5 is greater than 3.

At home: Homework packet for 9-24

I can: I can compare numbers 0-10

In class: Spin, Color and compare- students use the spinner to spin, color the cubes and circle the greater number.

At home: Homework packet for 9-23

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: 0-10 sets- students engaged in making sets to 10. They also practiced writing and count 0-10.

At home: Homework packet for 9-20

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Number Bootcamp Number 9- students engaged writing, counting and learning all the different ways to make the number 9.

At home: Homework packet for 9-19

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Number Bootcamp Number 8- students engaged writing, counting and learning all the different ways to make the number 8.

At home: Homework packet for 9-18

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Number Bootcamp Number 7- students engaged writing, counting and learning all the different ways to make the number 7.

At home: Homework packet for 9-17

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Touchmath- students explored today touchpoints on numbers 6-9 using skittles and fruit loops

At home: Homework packet for 9-13

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Touchmath- students explored today touchpoints on numbers 6-9 using googly eyes and markers

At home: Homework packet for 9-12

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Touchmath- students explored today touchpoints on numbers 6-9 using paint dotters and markers

At home: Homework packet for 9-11

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Touchmath- students explored today touchpoints on numbers 6-9 using Dots candy and fruit loops.

At home: Homework packet for 9-10

I can: I can identify numbers 6-9

In class: Touchmath- students explored today touchpoints on numbers 6-9 using stickers and markers.

At home: Homework packet for 9-9

I can: I can compare numbers 0-5

In class: True or False- student sorted cards in true or false categorizes telling if the numbers compared were correct. Example- 4 is more than 3 (true) 2 is less than 2.

At home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

Counting video we use in the classroom

I can: I can compare numbers 0-5

In class: Roll and compare- students roll dice and identify the number that is less.

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can compare numbers 0-5

In class: Picture comparison- student examine the cards and tell which items have more, less or equivalent.

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can compare numbers 0-5

In class: Roll and compare- students roll dice and identify the number that is more.

At home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSlA-u_ABmU

This video will help with subsitizing

In class: Number Bootcamp- students will discover the many ways to make 0-5. This includes: the number, tally marks, ten frame and many more.

At home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

Counting video we use in the classroom

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

In class: Number Bootcamp- students will discover the many ways to make 0-5. This includes: the number, tally marks, ten frame and many more.

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

In class: Number Bootcamp- students will discover the many ways to make 0-5. This includes: the number, tally marks, ten frame and many more.

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

At home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DV8bUVXi34

This video will help students with Touchpoints.

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

In class: TouchMath introduction for numbers 0-5. We will be learning where the Touch points go for each number, how to write the number and the quantity.

At home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

Counting video we use in the classroom

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

In class: TouchMath introduction for numbers 0-5. We will be learning where the Touch points go for each number, how to write the number and the quantity.

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

In class: TouchMath introduction for numbers 0-5. We will be learning where the Touch points go for each number, how to write the number and the quantity.

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

At home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

Counting video we use in the classroom

I can: I can count, write and recognize numbers 0-5

At home: Practice tracing numbers 0-5 on the pdf attached.