Kindergarten

Reading/Language Arts

Standard I.1: Print Awareness—Understands characteristics of written language.

Standard I.2: Phonological/Phonemic Awareness—Hears, identifies, and manipulates spoken language and individual sounds in spoken words.

Standard I.3: Phonics/Decoding—Applies sound-symbol relationships.

Standard I.4: Vocabulary—Develops and expands knowledge of words and word meanings to increase vocabulary.

Standard I.5: Fluency—Identifies words in text.

Standard I.6: Comprehension—Associates meaning and nderstanding with reading.

Standard I.7: Literature—Reads to construct meaning and responds to a wide variety of literary forms.

Standard I.8: Research and Information—Conducts research and organizes information.

Standard II.1: Writing Process—Uses the writing process to write coherently.

Standard II.2: Grammar/Usage and Mechanics—Demonstrates appropriate practices in writing by applying standard English conventions.

Standard III.1: Listening—Listens for information and for pleasure.

Standard III.2: Speaking—Expresses ideas and opinions in group or individual situations.

Standard III.3: Group Interaction—Uses effective communication strategies in pairs and small groups.

Standard IV.1: Interpret Meaning—Interprets and evaluates the various ways visual image-makers, including artists, illustrations, and news photographers, represent meanings.

Mathematics

Standard 1: Patterns—Sorts and classifies objects and analyzes simple patterns.

Standard 2: Number Sense—Understands relationship between numbers and quantities.

Standard 3: Geometry and Spatial Sense—Identifies common geometric shapes and explores the relationship of objects in the environment.

Standard 4: Measurement—Explores the concepts of nonstandard and standard measurement.

Standard 5: Data Analysis—Collects and analyzes data in a group setting.

Science

Content Standard 1: Physical—Investigates and describes objects that can be sorted in terms of physical properties.

Content Standard 2: Life—Observes and investigates plants and animals.

Content Standard 3: Earth/Space—Investigates and observes the basic concepts of the Earth.

Process Standard 1: Science Processes and Inquiry— Investigates and experiments with objects to discover information.

Social Studies

Standard I.1: Exhibit traits of good citizenship.

Standard I.2: Recognize patriotic symbols and activities.

Standard I.3: Explain the importance of individual responsibility.

Standard II.1: Demonstrate knowledge of basic geographic concepts.

Standard II.2: Discuss how children in various communities and cultures are alike and different.

Standard III.1: Understand that history relates to events and people of other times and places.

Standard IV.1: Identifies basic economic concepts.

Standard IV.2: Explores various careers and the concept of employment.

First Grade

Reading/Language Arts

Standard I.1: Print AwarenessDevelops and demonstrates knowledge of print awareness.

Standard I.2: Phonological/Phonemic AwarenessHears, identifies, and manipulates words, syllables, onsets, rimes, and individual sounds in spoken words.

Standard I.3: Phonics/DecodingApplies sound-symbol relationships to decode unknown words.

Standard I.4: VocabularyDevelops and expands knowledge of words and word meanings to increase vocabulary.

Standard I.5: FluencyIdentifies words rapidly so that attention is directed at the meaning of the text.

Standard I.6: Comprehension/Critical LiteracyInteracts with the words and concepts in a text to construct an appropriate meaning.

Standard I.7: LiteratureReads to construct meaning and responds to a wide variety of literary forms.

Standard I.8: Research and InformationConducts research and organizes information.

Standard II.1: Writing ProcessUses the writing process to write coherently.

Standard II.2: Modes and Forms of WritingCommunicates through a variety of written forms and for various purposes.

Standard II.3: Grammar/Usage and MechanicsUses correct parts of speech, capitalization, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling.

Standard III.1: ListeningListens for information and for pleasure.

Standard III.2: SpeakingExpresses ideas and opinions ina group or individual situations.

Standard III.3: Group InteractionUses effective communication strategies in pairs and small groups.

Standard IV.1: Interpret MeaningInterprets and evaluates the various ways visual image-makers represent meaning.

Standard IV.2: Evaluate MediaEvaluates visual and electronic media.

Mathematics

Standard 1: Patterns—Uses a variety of problem solving approaches to model, describe, and extend patterns.

Standard 2: Number Sense—Reads, writes, and models number relationships to 100.

Standard 3: Number Operations and Computations—Uses models to construct addition and subtraction facts with whole numbers through 10.

Standard 4: Geometry and Measurement—Uses geometric properties and relationships to recognize and describe shapes and uses measurement skills to tell time, identify money, and develop calendar concepts.

Standard 5: Data Analysis—Demonstrates an understanding of data collection and display.

Science

Content Standard 1: Properties of Objects and Materials— Describes objects by physical properties such as size, shape, color, or texture.

Content Standard 2: Characteristics and Basic Needs of Organisms—Understands that living things function in unique ways to grow and survive.

Content Standard 3: Changes in Earth and Sky—Observes natural changes of all kinds such as the movement of the sun and variable changes like the weather.

PS 1: Observe and Measure—Acquires new information about an object, organism, or event using a variety of scientific tools.

PS 2: Classify—Sorts and groups objects, organisms, and events based on similarities, differences, and interrelationships.

PS 3: Experiment & Inquiry—Discovers information and tests ideas through observation and measurement. Carry out the processes of scientific/systemic thinking - ask questions, formulate a procedure, & observe phenomena.

PS 4: Interpret and Communicate—Recognizes patterns in collected data by making inferences, predictions, and conclusions along with describing, reporting, and recording experimental procedures to others.

Social Studies

Standard 1: Develops, practices the process skills of social studies.

Standard 2: Examines neighborhoods and communities from a spatial perspective.

Standard 3: Analyzes the human characteristics of communities.

Standard 4: Examines the interaction of the environment and the people of the community.

Standard 5: Understands basic economic elements of communities.

Second Grade

Reading/Language Arts

Standard I.1: Phonological/Phonemic AwarenessDemonstrate the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate words, syllables, onsets, rimes, and individual sounds (phonemes) in spoken words.

Standard I.2: Phonics/Decoding—Apply sound-symbol relationships to decode unknown words

Standard I.3: Vocabulary—Develop and expand knowledge of words and word meanings to increase vocabulary.

Standard I.4: Fluency—Identify words rapidly so that attention is directed at the meaning of the text.

Standard I.5: Comprehension/Critical Literacy—Interact with the words nd concepts in a text to construct an appropriate meaning.

Standard I.6: Literature—Read to construct meaning and respond to a wide variety of literary forms.

Standard I.7: Research and Information—Conducts research and organizes information.

Standard II.1: Writing Process—Use the writing process to write coherently.

Standard II.2: Modes and Forms of Writing—Communicate through a variety of written forms for various purposes and to a specific audience or person.

Standard II.3: Grammar/Usage and Mechanics—Demonstrate appropriate practices in writing by applying standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing.

Standard III.1: Listening—Listen for information and for pleasure.

Standard III.2: Speaking—Express ideas and opinions in a group or individual situations.

Standard III.3: Group Interaction—Use effective communication strategies in pairs and small groups.

Standard IV.1: Interpret Meaning—Interpret and evaluate the various ways visual image-makers, including graphic artists, illustrators, and news photographers, represent meaning.

Standard IV.2: Evaluate Media—Evaluate visual and electronic media, such as film, as compared with print media.

Mathematics

Standard 1: Patterns and Algebraic Reasoning: Uses a variety of problem solving approaches to extend and create patterns.

Standard 2: Number Sense: Uses numbers and number relationships to acquire basic facts.

Standard 3: Number Operations and Computations: Computes with whole numbers less than 100.

Standard 4: Geometry and Measurement: Uses geometric properties and relationships to recognize and describe shapes and uses appropriate units of measure in a variety of situations.

Standard 5: Data Analysis and Probability: Demonstrates an understanding of data collection, display, and interpretation.

Science

Content Standard I: Properties and Interactions of Objects and MaterialsCharacteristics of objects can be described using physical properties such as size, shape, color, texture, or magnetism. Interactions change the position and motion of the objects.

Content Standard 2: Life Cycles and Organisms—Life cycles represent the stages an organization passes through from its own birth to the birth of the next generation.

Content Standard 3: Properties and Changes of Earth and Sky— Earth materials consist of rock, soils, water, and air. The sun appears to move across the sky in the same way.

Process Standard 1: Observe and Measure—Acquires new information about an object, organism, or event using a variety of scientific tools.

Process Standard 2: Classify—Sorts and groups objects, organisms, and events based on similarities, differences, and interrelationships.

Process Standard 3: Experiment & InquiryDiscovers information and tests ideas and questions through formulating procedures and using observation and measurement.

Process Standard 4: Interpret and CommunicateRecognizes patterns in collected data by making inferences, predictions, or conclusions. Describes, records, and reports experimental procedures and results to others in oral, written, or mathematical format.

Social Studies

Standard 1: Develops and practices the process skills of social studies.

Standard 2: Examines communities from a spatial perspective.

Standard 3: Analyzes the human characteristics of communities.

Standard 4: Examines the interaction of the environment and the people of the   community.

Standard 5: Understands basic economic elements found in communities.

Third Grade

Reading/Language Arts

Standard I.1: Phonics/Decoding—Applies sound-symbol relationships to decode words.

Standard I.2: Vocabulary—Develops and expands knowledge of words and word meanings to increase vocabulary.

Standard I.3: Fluency—Identifies words rapidly so that attention is directed at the meaning of the text.

Standard I.4: Comprehension/Critical Literacy—Interacts with the words and concepts in a text to construct an appropriate meaning.

Standard I.5: Literature—Reads to construct meaning and responds to a wide variety of literary forms.

Standard I.6: Research and Information—Conducts research and organizes information.

Standard II.1: Writing Process—Uses the writing process to write coherently.

Standard II.2: Modes and Forms of Writing—Communicates through a variety of written forms and for various purposes and to a specific audience or person.

Standard II.3: Grammar/Usage and Mechanics—Applies Standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing.

Standard III.1: Listening—Listens for information and for pleasure.

Standard III.2: Speaking—Expresses ideas and opinions in group or individual situations.

Standard III.3: Group Interaction—Uses effective communication strategies in pairs and small group context.

Standard IV.1: Interpret Meaning—Interprets and evaluates the various ways visual image-makers represent meaning.

Standard IV.2: Evaluate Media—Evaluates visual and electronic media as compared with print messages.

Standard IV.3: Compose Visual Messages—Creates a visual message that effectively communicates an idea.

Mathematics

Standard 1: Patterns and Algebraic Reasoning—Uses a variety of problem solving approaches to extend and create patterns.

Standard 2: Number Sense—Uses numbers and number relationships to acquire basic facts.

Standard 3: Number Operations and Computations—Estimates and computes with whole numbers.

Standard 4: Geometry and Measurement—Uses geometric properties and relationships to recognize and describe shapes and uses customary and metric measurements to solve problems.

Standard 5: Data Analysis and Probability—Demonstrates an understanding of data collection, display, and interpretation.

Science

Content Standard I: Properties of Objects and Materials—Describes characteristics of objects based on physical properties such as size, shape, color, or texture.

Content Standard 2: Characteristics and Basic Needs of Organisms and Environments—Understands that structures of living things enable them to function in unique and specific ways to obtain food, reproduce, and survive.

Content Standard 3: Properties of Earth Materials—Observes that Earth materials consist of rocks, soils, water, and air.

Process Standard 1: Observe and Measure—Acquires new information about an object, organism, or event using a variety of scientific tools.

Process Standard 2: Classify—Sorts and groups objects, organisms, and events based on similarities, differences, and interrelationships.

Process Standard 3: Experiment and Inquiry—Discovers information and tests ideas through observation and measurement using the skills necessary to carry out the process of scientific or systemic thinking.

Process Standard 4: Interpret and Communicate—Interprets the collected data by making inferences, predictions, or conclusions and communicates by describing, recording, and reporting experimental procedures and results to others.

Social Studies

Standard 1: Develops and practices the process skills of social studies.

Standard 2: Examines communities from a spatial perspective.

Standard 3: Analyzes the human characteristics of communities.

Standard 4: Examines the interaction of the environment and the people of a community.

Standard 5: Develops basic economic decision-making skills.

Fourth Grade

Mathematics

Standard 1: Patterns and Algebraic Reasoning—Uses a variety of problem solving approaches to extend and create patterns.

Standard 2: Number Sense—Uses numbers and number relationships to acquire basic facts.

Standard 3: Number Operations and Computations—Estimates and computes with whole numbers.

Standard 4: Geometry and Measurement—Uses geometric properties and relationships to analyze shapes and uses standard units of customary and metric measurements to solve problems.

Standard 5: Data Analysis and Probability—Demonstrates an understanding of data collection, display, and interpretation.

Reading/Language Arts

Standard I.1: Vocabulary—Develops and expands knowledge of words and word meanings to increase vocabulary.

Standard I.2: Fluency-Identifies words rapidly so attention is directed at text meaning.

Standard I.3: Comprehension/Critical Literacy—Interacts with the words and concepts in text to construct an appropriate meaning.

Standard I.4: Literature—Reads to construct meaning and responds to a wide variety of literary forms.

Standard I.5: Research and Information—Conducts research and organizes information.

Standard II.1: Writing Process—Uses the writing process to write coherently.

Standard II.2: Modes and Forms of Writing—Communicates through a variety of written forms and for various purposes and to a specific audience or person.

Standard II.3: Grammar/Usage and Mechanics—Applies Standard English conventions to the revising and editing stages of writing.

Standard III.1: Listening—Listens for information and for pleasure.

Standard III.2: Speaking—Expresses ideas and opinions in group or individual situations.

Standard III.3: Group Interaction—Uses effective communication strategies in pairs and small groups.

Standard IV.1: Interpret Meaning—Interprets and evaluates the various ways visual image-makers represent meaning and distinguish fact, opinion, and fiction in print and non-print media.

Standard IV.2: Evaluate Media—Evaluates visual and electronic media as compared with print media.

Standard IV.3: Compose Visual Messages—Creates a visual message that effectively communicates an idea, selects, organizes, or produces visuals to complement and extend ideas.

Science

Content Standard 1: Position and Motion of Objects—Investigates the position of a moving object relative to a stationary object or background.

Content Standard 2: Electricity—Investigates how electricity in circuits produces light.

Content Standard 3: Characteristics of Organisms—Understands that living things have structures that enable them to function in unique and specific ways to obtain food, reproduce, and survive.

Content Standard 4: Properties of Earth Materials—Investigates/ discovers that Earth materials consist of rocks, soil, water, and air.

Process Standard 1: Observe and Measure—Acquires new information about an object, organism, or event using a variety of scientific tools.

Process Standard 2: Classify—Sorts and groups objects, organisms, and events based on similarities, differences, and interrelationships.

Process Standard 3: Experiment—Discovers information and tests ideas through observation and measurement.

Process Standard 4: Interpret and Communicate—Interprets the collected data by making inferences, predictions, or conclusions and communicates by describing, recording, and reporting experimental procedures and results to others.

Process Standard 5: Inquiry—Carry out the processes of scientific/systemic thinking - ask questions, formulate a procedure, and observe phenomena.

Social Studies

Standard I.1: Develops and practices the process skills of social studies.

Standard I.2: Analyzes the regions of the United States from a spatial perspective.

Standard I.3: Examines the unique and common features of the physical systems of the regions of the United States.

Standard I.4: Describes the human systems identified with the major regions of the United States.

Standard I.5: Understands unique features which contributed to the settlement of the state of Oklahoma.

Fifth Grade

Reading/Language Arts

Standard I.1: Vocabulary—Develops and expands knowledge of words andtheir meanings to increase vocabulary.

Standard I.2: Fluency—Identifies words rapidly.

Standard I.3: Comprehension/Critical Literacy—Interacts with words andconcepts in the text to construct an appropriate meaning.

Standard I.4: Literature—Reads to contrast meaning and responds to awide variety of literary forms.

Standard I.5: Research and Information—Conducts research and organizes information.

Standard II.1: Writing Process—Uses the writing process to write coherently.

Standard II.2: Modes and Forms of Writing—Communicates through writtenforms for various purposes and for various purposes and to a specificaudience or person.

Standard II.3: Grammar and Mechanics—Demonstrates appropriate practices in writing.

Standard III.1: Listening—Listens for information and pleasure.

Standard III.2: Speaking—Expresses ideas in group or individual situations.

Standard III.3: Group Interaction—Uses effective communication strategiesin pairs and small group context.

Standard IV.1: Interpret Meaning—Interprets and evaluates the variousways that visual image-makers represent meaning.

Standard IV.2: Evaluate Media—Evaluates visual and electronic media as compared with print message.

Standard IV.3: Compose Visual Messages—Creates a visual message that effectively communicates an idea and produces communications using appropriate technology or media.

Mathematics

Standard 1: Patterns and Algebraic Reasoning—Uses algebraic methods to describe patterns and solve problems in a variety of contexts.

Standard 2: Number Sense—Demonstrates the basic concepts and properties of real numbers.

Standard 3: Number Operations & Computation—Estimates and computes with whole numbers, decimals, and fractions.

Standard 4: Geometry and Measurement—Applies geometric properties and relationships and uses measurements within the metric and customary systems to solve problems in a variety of contexts.

Standard 5: Data Analysis and Probability—Uses data analysis, statistics, and probability to interpret data in a variety of contexts.

Science

Content Standard 1: Properties of Matter and Energy—Describes physical qualities such as size, shape, color, mass, temperature, and texture. Energy produces changes in properties such as temperature.

Content Standard 2: Organisms and Environments—Understands organisms are dependent on one another and the environment.

Content Standard 3: Structure of Earth and the Solar System— Understands the structure of air, water, rocks/soil, and all living things.

Process Standard 1: Observe and Measure—Acquires new information about an object, organism, or event using a variety of scientific tools.

Process Standard 2: Classify—Sorts and groups objects, organisms, and events based on similarities, differences, and interrelationships.

Process Standard 3: Experiment—Discovers information and tests ideas through observation and measurement.

Process Standard 4: Interpret and Communicate—Interprets the collected data by making inferences, predictions, or conclusions, and communicates by describing, recording, and reporting experimental procedures and results to others.

Process Standard 5: Inquiry—Carry out the processes of scientific/systemic thinking - ask questions, formulate a procedure, and observe phenomena.

Social Studies

Standard 1: Demonstrates the process skills of social studies.

Standard 2: Describes the early exploration of America.

Standard 3: Examines the growth and development of colonial America.

Standard 4: Examines the lasting impact of the American Revolution.

Standard 5: Describes the changing nation during the early federal period.

Standard 6: Explores the growth and progress of the new nation.

Standard 7: Reviews and strengthens geographic skills.

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