Topics in 3rd Quarter

Topics covered in the 3rd quarter by grade level

Kindergarten

  • Weather – Tell and ask about the current weather.
  • Seasons – Name the four seasons, and ask and tell what season it is.
  • Animals – Identify and name 4 domestic animals, 4 farm animals and 4 zoo animals.
  • Clothing – Identify and name 4 clothing items according to the season.
  • School – Name main places in the school (classroom, cafeteria, playground and bathroom); Name main people in the school (principal, teacher, student, nurse)

First grade

  • Animals – Identify animals in the zoo, farm and home (pets), and describe them using 1-2 attributes.
  • Family – Identify members of the immediate family, and other members such as cousins, uncles, aunts and grandparents. Describe family members using 2 adjectives.
  • Body – Identify parts of the body and their corresponding actions.
  • TenerAsk and answer simple questions using the verb

 Second grade

  • Food – Identify and name some typical foods and food related items. Write a daily schedule of foods that you eat with visual support.
  • Family – Identify members of the immediate and extended family and answer simple questions using the verb Describe family members in 2-3 sentences.
  • Animals – Describe 3-5 wild, domestic and farm animals using 2 attributes. Read a short story about animals, supported by visual clues, and answer 2 related questions about the characters, setting or plot.
  • Habitats – Identify and describe different types of living places, and match them to humans and animals.
  • Body – Identify parts of the body and their corresponding actions.

 Third grade

  • Food – Identify and name the three meals, typical foods, and food related items. Write a daily schedule of foods that you eat at certain times of the day.
  • Telling time – Tell time orally from both digital and analog clocks.
  • Parts of the body – Identify parts of the body and their corresponding actions. Read a story about parts of the body and correctly answer 2-4 related questions.
  • Community – Say where you and others are going to go using ir a. Talk about how you and others get to different places, and at what time.
  • Animals – Describe orally and in writing domestic, farm and zoo animals using two attributes. Read a short story, supported by visual clues, and answer questions related to the story.  Identify different types of living places.
  • Habitats – Identify different types of living places, and match them to different animals.    

 Fourth grade

  • Food – Describe what they like and not like to eat using “me gusta(n)”. Learn vocabulary related to food, including adjectives that describe it, and related to ordering food at a restaurant.
  • Telling time – Use hay to say how many minutes are in an hour, and hours in a day. Tell time orally from both digital and analog clocks.  Talk about how much they spend doing various activities.
  • Parts of the body – Identify parts of the body, and ask and answer questions about what parts of the body hurt using the verb
  • Family – Identify family members, and use possessive adjectives mi(s), tu(s), and su(s) to describe what your family members do as a profession. Incorporate the use of the diminutive into descriptions of family members.

 Fifth grade

  • Food – Set the table, describing orally items and their location. Categorize foods into groups based on the USDA Mi plato.  Demonstrate how to order food in a restaurant.
  • Parts of the body – Talk and write about what parts of your body and the bodies of others hurt using the verb
  • Family – Use the possessive adjectives mi(s), tu(s), and su(s) to write 3-5 sentences about what your family members do as a profession.
  • Community – Read about professions and correctly answer 3-5 questions.
  • Home – Recognize and describe rooms in the house. Talk about choresIdentify furniture in the home and items needed for chores.