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Students will observe worms in their natural habitat and will describe the characteristics worms using their 4 senses (not taste).

Students will use the Science Companion “I Wonder” Circle to reflect on how they observe, think, and question like scientists do.

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This unit is a plan for kindergarten literacy centers, which begins to blend instruction.  It is designed to be used by teachers who have access to and a brginning familiarity with online student portfolios.

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Math Expressions (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) is the current program that we use to guide our Kindergarten math curriculum. The initial lessons are taught whole group, and involve manipulatives and workbook practice.  This is about 30-40  minutes per day.

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Literacy Work Stations are the focus of this blended learning unit. Literacy Work Stations are structured to be independent review of kindergarten standards we have covered in class together.

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A list of activities for teaching Reading Foundational skills in stations.

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This unit was designed as a way to meet some of the social/behavioral/emotional skills that some elementary students lack, for any number of reasons.  When students don't have some of these basic skills it often interferes with their ability to perform academically.

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Kindergarten students will identify and observe seasonal weather changes, create a weather safety precaution plan, and observe and record climate changes that relate to the area where they live.

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This lesson introduces the concept of joining groups (addition) with manipulatives and digital instruction.  

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A lesson to help students with the numbers 0-10. 

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Students will learn to recognize the characteristics of livng things, by viewing videos, power point presentations, small group activities, online games, assesments face-to-face and online

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