1st Grade Curriculum Year-at-a-Glance
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1st Grade Curriculum Year-at-a-Glance Units/Standards
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ELAUnit #1
Getting to Know Reading
and Writing Routines

Spk/Lstg
1.1 a, b, f,h, k, l
1.2 a, b


Reading
1.3 a, b
1.4 a, b, c
1.5 a, d
1.6 a, b, c, d
1.7 a, b, c
1.9 a, b, c, d, e (who/what), f, g, h, i



Writing
1.11 a, b
1.12 a, b, d, g, h
1.13 a, b, c, (EKSP 2), c (EKSP 3, 5, 6)
EKSP 4
EKSP 8

Unit #2
Word Solving
Strategies

Spk/Lstg



Reading
1.3 c, d, e, f
1.5 e, f, h
1.6 e
1.7 d, e, f
1.8 a
Unit #3
Getting to Know Fiction


Spk/Lstg
1.1 d, g, j
1.2 c, d


Reading
1.5 d (short)
1.9 e (when)







Writing
1.12 Narrative Writing
1.12 a, b, c, d, e, g, h
Unit #4
Getting to Know Non-Fiction






Reading
1.5 d (long), e, f
1.10 a, b, c, d, e, f
(who/what), g, h






Writing
1.12 Descriptive Writing
1.12 a, b, c, d, e, g, h
Unit #5
Fix-up Strategies

Spk/Lstg
1.1 c, d, e, i



Reading
1.5 g
1.8 b






Writing
1.12 c, e
Unit #6
Genre Study















Writing
1.2 Opinion
1.12 a, b, c, d, e
f, g, h


Research
1.14a
Unit #7 Digging Deeper with Fiction and Non Fiction



Reading
1.9 e (where/why) (how)
1.10 f (where/shy) (how)


Writing
Student Choice on Writing Form
1.12 f
1.13 EKSP 7

Unit #7 Digging Deeper with Fiction and Non-Fiction (continued)





Reading
1.9 e (where/why) (how)
1.10 f (where/shy) (how)






Writing
Student Choice on Writing Form
1.12 f
1.13 EKSP 7

Research
1.14 b, c, d, e
Unit #8
Resources and Research





















Research
1.14 a, b, c, d, e
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Manuscript Writing Instruction is to begin in the 1st quarter and culminate with students being able to print first and last names, beginning each with a capital letter. (2nd Q M)
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MATHSOL 1.1 Count forward, backward, skip count and write numerals
SOL 1.6 Create and solve problems using addition and subtraction
SOL 1.7 Recognize part-whole relationships for numbers to 10
SOL 1.3 Indicate the ordinal position of objects, first through tenth
SOL 1.8 Determine the value of a collection of like coins
SOL 1.11a Identify and trace, describe, and sort plane figures
SOL 1.14 Identify, describe, extend, create, and transfer patterns
SOL 1.15 Demonstrate an understanding of equality
SOL 1.1 Count forward, backward, skip count and write numerals
SOL 1.6 Create and solve problems using addition and subtraction
SOL 1.7 Recognize part-whole relationships for numbers to 10
SOL 1.2a Group a collection into tens and ones & write the numeral
SOL 1.2b,c Compare and order two numbers
SOL 1.5 Select a reasonable order of magnitude from 3 given quantities
SOL 1.8 Determine the value of a collection of like coins
SOL 1.10 Use nonstandard units to measure and compare length, weight, and volume
SOL 1.1 Count forward, backward, skip count and write numerals
SOL 1.6 Create and solve problems using addition and subtraction
SOL 1.7 Recognize part-whole relationships for numbers to 10
SOL 1.5 Select a reasonable magnitude from 3 given quantities
SOL 1.4 Represent and name fractions; equal sharing
SOL 1.8 Determine the value of a collection of like coins
SOL 1.9 Tell time and investigate passage of time
SOL 1.11 Identify and describe representations of plane figures
SOL 1.12 Represent and interpret data using tables and graphs
SOL 1.13 Sort and classify objects according to attributes
SOL 1.14 Identify, describe, extend, create and transfer patterns
SOL 1.1 Count forward, backward, skip count and write numerals
SOL 1.6 Create and solve problems using addition and subtraction
SOL 1.7 Recognize part-whole relationships for numbers to 10
SOL 1.2a Group a collection into tens and ones & write the numeral
SOL 1.2b,c Compare and order two numbers
SOL 1.5 Select a reasonable magnitude from 3 given quantities
SOL 1.4 Represent and name fractions; equal sharing
SOL 1.8 Determine the value of a collection of like coins
SOL 1.14 Identify, describe, extend, create and transfer patterns
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Note: Students will work on fact fluency and practical problems throughout the year.
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SCIENCESOL 1.1 Science Fundamentals
SOL 1.7 Seasonal Changes
SOL 1.6 Sun and Earth Relationships
SOL 1.3 Investigating Water
SOL 1.2 Objects in Motion
SOL 1.5 Needs & Characteristics of Animals
SOL 1.4 Needs & Charactistics of Plants
SOL 1.8 Natural Resources
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Note: Science Fundamentals are taught throughout the year.
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SOCIAL STUDIESSOL 1.10 Traits of a good citizen
SOL 1.5 Map skills
SOL 1.1 Skills
SOL 1.2 Virginia history
SOL 1.12 Symbols and practices
SOL 1.13 Community diversity, contributions, common principles
SOL 1.6 Simple maps, locations, landforms
SOL 1.6 Effects of location/climate/physical surroundings
SOL 1.1 Skills
SOL 1.4 Major holidays/leaders (President’s Day)
SOL 1.3 American leaders and contributions
SOL 1.11 Patriotic symbols
SOL 1.5 Construction of simple maps/use of symbols (revisit for applications with diversity)
SOL 1.1 Skills
SOL 1.4 Major holidays (Independence Day)
SOL 1.7 Goods and services
SOL 1.8 Making choices
SOL 1.9 Saving money
SOL 1.1 Skills
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Please note: Teach Historical People and Holidays as applicable throughout the year.
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