Reading and Math Curriculum

  • Updated 1/2/20



    - We should recognize all letters!!!

    - Using details ("Sprinkles") to describe illustrations. How long can you make a simple sentence. Example: The cat ran. Fixed: The orange and black cat ran down the street really fast. 

    - syllables, rhyming words, beginning sounds of words, how many words in sentences, onset and rime /c/ -at

    - Letter Mm, Ss, Aa, Tt, Cc, Pp; the sounds /m/, /m/, /a/, /t/, /c/, /p/; and words that begin with those letters 

    - sight words I, like, the, and, see, we, a, to

    - Reading nonsense and real words - sounding out words with the sounds /m/, /s/, /t/, /c/, /p/, and /a/. Example: am, mat, sam, ca... etc. 

    - We have started "inventive spelling" using the sounds we hear in words. Example: family may be spelled "famle" because of the sounds your child hears. 


    - Numbers 0 - 17 writing and recognition 

    - Counting Numbers 0 - 17 using objects or drawing pictures. 

    - Using a tens frame correctly.

    - Know equal to, greater than, less than, and 1 more 

    - Ordinal Numbers: 1st - 10th



    • Letter Recognition 
    • Letter Sounds 
    • Writing Capital and Lowercase Letters 
    • Rhyming
    • Onset-Rime
    • Beginning, Middle, and Ending Sounds
    • Simple Words and Sentences 
    • Sight Words 
    • Vocabulary Readers 
    • Leveled Readers 
    • Reading Books 
    • Class Stories



    • Patterns 
    • Left and Right 
    • Shapes - 2D and 3D
    • Write, Count, and Recognize Numbers 1 - 20 
    • Numbers beyond 20
    • Counting by 10s 
    • Addition 
    • Subtraction 
    • Positions