Kindergarten Year Long Plan 2015 - 2016
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Kindergarten Year Long Plan
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ThemeSharing the PlanetWho We AreWhere We Are in Place and TimeHow We Organize OurselvesHow the World WorksHow We Express Ourselves
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an inquiry into communities and the relationships within and between theman inquiry into personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual healthAn inquiry into orientation in place and time; discoveries, explorations.an inquiry into the interconectedness of human made systems and communities
An inquiry into the natural world and its laws; interaction between the natural world and human societies.

An inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings, natures, culture, beliefs and values
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DatesSeptOctOctNovDecJanJanFebMarAprMayJune
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TitleCommunicationHealthy LivingHistoryPatternsInsectsVisual Arts
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Central IdeaPeople can communicate to participate in their world.Healthy choices contribute to our overall wellbeing. Studying a time in history teaches us about the pastPatterns exist in many forms. Observations provide insight into the natural world.Creativity and ideas may be expressed through the arts.
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Lines of InquiryBuidling relationships
Forms of communication
Decision making
Learning around the world
Physical Movement
The mind body connection
Personal Choices
How we learn about the past
Medieval Times
Sequencing of historical events.
What a pattern is
Patterns in nature
Man-made patterns
Insect characteristics
Insect communities
The work of an entomologist
Reflection and enjoyment of various art forms.
Creativity and ideas expressed throught the arts.
The art of writing and illustrating.
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Key ConceptsResponsibility, ConnectionCausation, ConnectionChange, ReflectionCausation, FormFunctionReflection, Perspective
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Learner ProfileCommunicators, Principled, CaringBalanced, Risk TakerInquirer, ThinkerKnowledgeableInquirerOpen-minded, Reflective
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AttitudesRespect, Tolerance, EmpathyEnthusiasm, Independence, CommitmentCuriosity, IndependenceCuriosity, CooperationIndependence, Curiosity, CooperationCreativity, Appreciation
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ReadingBuidling reader's workshop; concepts of printReading Strategies;
Big books
Non-fiction text featuresCircle stories;
pattern books
Non-fictionCaldecott; Illustration
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WritingNarrativeNarrativeNon-fictionNon-fictionOpinion,Non-Fiction; NarrativeOpinion
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Social StudiesCivics: Participate in making decisions using democratic traditions; Civic participation takes place in multiple groups.Economics: Ownership as a component of economics; Discuss how purchases can be made to meet wants and needs.History 1: Ask questions, share information and discuss ideas about the past;
History 2: The first component in the concept of chronology is to place information in sequential order;
Geography: People belong to diffferent groups and live in different settings around the world.
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SciencePhysical Science: Objects can move in a variety of ways that can be described by speed and direction.Earth Science: The sun provides heat and light to Earth.Life Science: Organisms can be described and sorted by their physical properties;
Physical Science:
Objects can be sorted by physical properties, which can be observed and measured.
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MathMeasurement;
physical properties of objects
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Action plan--visit Senior Housing; stories; etc.
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