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Academic Subjects Grade 1 TO 3

Phonetics and Word Analysis
  • Letter Recognition
  • Vowels
  • Consonants
  • Short and Long Vowels
  • Controlled Vowels
  • Using ai and ay
  • Understanding ee, ea, and ie
  • Silent E
  • Beginning Consonants
  • Ending Consonants
  • Consonant Blends
  • Understanding Words with s Blends
  • Using Words with r Blends
  • Identifying Words with l Blends
  • Phonics Word Study
  • Digraphs
  • Animal Pictures
  • Color Names
  • Animal Names
  • Food Names
  • Number Words
  • Action Words
  • Weather Words
  • Garden Words
  • Clothing Words
  • People Words
  • Rainbow Colors
  • Day and Night Words
  • Plurals
  • Similarities: Synonyms
  • Similar Words
  • Antonyms
  • Homonyms
  • Compound Words
  • Rhyming Words
  • Order the Words Alphabetically
  • Find the Correct Word
  • Vocabulary
  • Choose the Correct Spelling
  • Spelling Number Words
  • Spelling Color Words
  • Spelling Words
  • Multiple Choice Spelling
  • Opposites: Antonyms
  • Capitalization
  • Punctuation Marks
  • Parts Of Speech
  • Find the Nouns
  • Pronoun
  • Find the Verbs
  • Adjectives - Words That Describe
  • Sequencing: Comparative Adjectives
  • Word Order
  • Is or Are
  • Is It a Sentence?
  • Complete or Incomplete
  • Statements and Questions
  • Asking and Telling Sentences
  • Write the Correct Sentence
  • Find the Correct Word in the Sentence
  • Choose the Correct Word in the Sentence
  • Have or Has
Reading and Comprehension
  • Picture Clues
  • Picture Comprehension
  • Language Comprehension and Response
  • Classifying - Things That Are Different
  • Classifying - Things That Belong Together
  • Comprehension - Non-fiction
  • Comprehension - Fiction
  • Comprehension - Poetry
  • Three Little Pigs
  • Story: The Thirsty Crow
  • Story: The Greedy Dog
  • Poem: Down By The Bay
  • Poem: A Good Play
  • Poem: The Swing
  • Making Inferences: Feelings
  • Riddles - Name the Object
  • Riddles
  • Writing Practice:
  • Picture Clue Writing
  • Blank Ruled Sheet for Writing Practice
GRADE: 3 TO 12
Strands in the Language Curriculum
The language expectations are organized into three strands, which correspond to the three main areas of language use. The three strands are: Writing, Reading, and Oral and Visual Communication. All the knowledge and skills outlined in the expectations for the language program are mandatory. The program in all grades is designed to develop a range of essential skills in reading, writing, and oral language, including a solid foundation in spelling and grammar, an appreciation of literature and the ability to respond to it, and skills in using oral language accurately and effectively. Students will also learn to use critical and analytical skills to respond to communications media, and will develop skills in using technology to search for and share information.

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