Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies
Awareness of Noises Count, Read, and Write Numbers 0-20 The Human Body Spatial Sense and American Geography
Prewriting Skills Ways to Make Numbers to 10 Seasons and Weather Seven Continents
Sound and Word Blending Equal Groups, Greater Than, Less Than Plants Native Americans
Hearing Initial Sounds Compare Numbers to 10 Taking Care of the Earth Early Exploration and Settlement
Letter Sounds /a/-/z/ Classify Objects into Categories Animals and Farms Colonial Towns
Spelling Alternatives for /k/: c, ck Addition: “Adding To,” “Putting Together” Introduction to Magnetism Presidents and American Symbols
Sound Alternative for /s/: /z/ Subtraction: “Taking Apart,” “Taking From” Science Biographies Kings and Queens
Lowercase Letter Names Decompose and Represent Numbers to 10    
Four- and Five-Sound Words with Initial Consonant Clusters Find the Missing Part of Numbers to 20    
Rhyming Words Represent Addition and Subtraction with Equations    
Digraphs: ch, sh, th, qu, ng Solve Addition and Subtraction Word Problems    
Double-Letter Spellings Count Forward from Any Number to 100    
Uppercase Letters Make Numbers to 20    
Punctuation Count Using Patterns to 100    
Spelling Rule: ee Analyze, Compare, and Build 2-D and 3-D Shapes and Their Positions    
Spelling Rules: a_e, i_e, o_e, u_e Measure and Compare by Length, Height, Capacity, Weight, and Measurable Attributes    
Sight Words Tell Time Using Analog and Digital Clocks    
Listening and Speaking Calculate Money Value    
Oral Reading and Fluency      
Reading Comprehension      
Writing and Handwriting      
Parts of Speech and Sentence Structure      
Sayings and Phrases  

Language Arts Curriculum: KCLA EngageNY

Math Curriculum: enVisionmath2.0

Science and Social Studies Curriculum: KCLA EngageNY

Core Knowledge Sequence