(Gladys Rosa-Mendoza, Carolina Cifuentes, and Michele Noiset) (Read Aloud)
A Colorful Time With Rhythm and Rhyme
In this first six-week unit of kindergarten, students are introduced to colorful picture books, traditional poetry, and nursery rhymes filled with rhythm and rhyme.
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Tell a Story, 1-2-3
In this second six-week unit of kindergarten, students focus on sequence as they enjoy Counting Books, both fictional and informational, and stories based on three.
Exploring With Friends in the Neighborhood
In this third six-week unit of kindergarten, students explore fictional characters in literary texts and neighborhoods in informational texts.
America: Symbols and Celebrations
In this fourth six-week unit of kindergarten, students explore America’s symbols and celebrations through literary and informational texts; they begin to write informative/explanatory pieces.
The Great Big World
In this fifth six-week unit of kindergarten, students focus on the difference a setting can make in the creation of a story.
Wonders of Nature: Plants, Bugs, and Frogs
In this sixth six-week unit of kindergarten, students enjoy reading emergent-reader informational texts and listening as picture books by Eric Carle and Robert McCloskey are read aloud.