Sunday, July 29, 2012

Mathematics, Science and Language Objectives


The student will
1. count tallys and convert to numbers
2. collect data by counting, adding and subtracting
3. make appropriate number comparisons
4. measure height in inches and centimeters to nearest 1/2 unit
5. write and solve original addition and subtraction problems that appropriately describe and compare lengths and volume
6. estimate linear measurements
7. make and read a graph summarizing collected data
8. identify and draw geometric shapes.


The student will
1. describe several ways people change as they grow
2. identify and describe characteristics of the human body
3. using a body diagram:
   a. explain how the heart pumps blood throughout the body
   b. describe the functions of the liver, kidneys and skin
   c. locate and give function of muscles and bones
   d. describe the body parts that help digestion
   e. discuss the function of the brain
   f. describe the reproductive function of the body.


The student will
1. read or refer to a favorite story or book on the human body
2. ask related questions on the human body
3. report verbally on a function of any of the human body parts
4. sequence the events of a body function
5. work with a peer to write an illustrated story about a body