Students will: 
  • Name and act out things God has made 
  • Appreciate and care for God’s creation 
  • Listen/respond/act out lessons taught 
  • Retell Scripture in words, drawings & role playing
  • Show self respect for self , others & environment 
  • Share stories about feelings
  • Share what God has made
  • Know and participate in parish/community they belong to
  • Pray formally and informally 
  • Know and participate in liturgical seasons 
  • Participate in liturgies 
  • Understand Assessment of Catechesis Religious Education (ACRE) terminology on grade level

Students will: 
  • Recognize families as gifts from God
  • Evaluate how their families’ ethnic, social, and religious customs have shaped them 
  • Identify the physical traits and characteristics they have inherited 
  • Appraise the impact of environment on their personal development 
  • Assess importance of self-knowledge/self-esteem in achieving goals of lasting value 
  • Demonstrate the importance of respect and good manners in all relationships 
  • Recognize the wisdom/experience of the elderly members of society 
  • Demonstrate responsibility with respect to the use of money 
  • Explain Church teaching in regards to the expression of love and sexuality 

Students will: 
  • Participate in Lesson 1: Touching Safely 
  • Participate in Lesson 2: Safe Friends, Safe Adults ​Safe Touches
  • Participate in Lesson 7: Internet Safety
  • Participate in Lesson 8: Creating and Following Family Rules 

MATHEMATICS (we are fully embracing the CCSS in this subject)
Students will: 
  • Describe and identify objects (color, size, shape, etc) 
  • Sort and classify objects by attributes 
  • Develop goal setting/attainment (brainstorm, envision, research, plan, etc.) 
  • Understand, describe and extend patterns 
  • Count by memory to 100 
  • Count movable objects to 50 
  • Write numbers in order from 0-100 
  • Do simple addition and subtraction 
  • Tell time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour
  • Understand concepts of measurement
  • Name days of the week and months of the year 
  • Name and compare shapes and 3-dimensional figures
  • Collect, organize and interpret data on a graph 
  • Problem solve 
  • Mental Math (+ and -) 
Students will: 
  • Recognize, name, write, and match the upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet 
  • Decode for the sounds of the letters 
  • Blend the sounds to read three-letter words 
  • Read grade appropriate sight words 
  • Recognize and be able to produce rhyming words
  • Understand concepts of print 
  • Listen, comprehend, and re-tell stories 
  • Communicate ideas orally using complete sentences
  • Spell words phonetically 
  • Comprehension, critical thinking, filling in blanks 
  • Exhibit emergent writing skills 

Students will: 
  • Know the five senses and how they help us 
  • Know about common plants 
  • Know about common animals 
  • Know our physical environment and how to care for it 
  • Collaborate, brainstorm, communicate scientific ideas 
  • Investigate and experiment 
  • Observation and Journaling 
Students will: 
  • Understand being a good citizen means having responsibilities 
  • Understand calendar concepts 
  • Recognize and name National and State symbols 
  • Know about where they live (neighborhood, city, state, country) 
  • Match descriptions of work that people and do and name the job 
  • Understand that things in life change over time 
  • Understand that history relates to events, people, and places of times past 
  • Seasonal changes 
Students will: 
  • Learn basic understanding of computer terms and keyboarding 
  • Be introduced to various types of technology (cds, dvds, smartboard, powerpoint, internet) 
  • Learn Internet safety regulations 
  • Recognize and be able to use devices (mouse, keyboard, monitor) 
Students will: 
  • Learn appreciation for multiple genres 
  • Learn basic elements in music 
  • Use creative expression (fingerplays, instruments, singing) 
  • Learn, participate, and perform seasonal, patriotic, cultural and liturgical songs
  • Gain appreciation for elements of the visual arts 
  • Create and talk about mediums of art 
  • Demonstrate skills using a variety of mediums 
  • Role play and re-enact various stories, plays, songs 
  • Recognize famous artists 

Students will: 
  • Learn structured activities to develop agility, balance, and coordination 
  • Learn rules to games and fair play to encourage good sportsmanship 
  • Learn to maintain a healthy body through a healthy lifestyle 
  • Understand personal and community safety