KINDERGARTEN PACING GUIDE

BREATHITT COUNTY 
P1 Pacing Guide (Kindergarten)

FIRST GRADING PERIOD   
Week 1 -  Week 6 
 
Language Arts 
                 *Reading Standards for Literature (Key Ideas and Details (1-3)
                    Craft and Structure (6)
                    Integration of Knowledge and Ideas (7)
                    Range of Reading Level and Text Complexity (10) 
                 *Reading Standards for Informational Text (Key Ideas and Details (1)
                    Integration of Knowledge and Ideas (7)
                    Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity (10) 
                 *Reading Standards: Foundational Skills (Print concepts 1 a-d)
                    Phonological Awareness (2a) 
                    Phonics and Word Recognition (3a) 
                 *Writing Standards (Text Types and Purposes) (1) 
                 *Speaking and Listening (Comprehension and Collaboration (1a) (1b) 
                 * Language Standards (Conventions of Standard English (1a) 
 
Math 
                 *Counting and Cardinality (Know number names and count sequence K.CC.1-K.CC.3. Count to tell the                                 number of objects K.CC.4-K.CC.5 (If following the Envision Math Program, make sure units match                                     standards) 
Science 
                 *Inquiry Mini Unit 
                 *Using Your Senses 
                 *Biological Change:
                    Unity and Diversity (Bio Science)
                    Living Things
                    Animals
                       Basic Needs of Animals
                       Habitats
                       Life Cycles 
 
Social Studies 
                 *Government and Civics:
                    Rules for Home and School
                    Safety
                    Citizenship 
 
Practical Living 
                 *Health and Safety:
                     Safety Practices
                     Emergency Assistance Procedures
                     Health Hazards,                          
                     Transportation Safety 
 
 Arts and Humanities 
                  *Appalachian Culture (tie into Social Studies - Incorporate music, visual arts, dance, and drama/theater                               concepts from Arts and humanities content) 
                 **Note: Available Arts and Humanities teachers will teach Arts and Humanities curriculum. Schools without                           these services will be responsible for this content. All classroom teachers will enhance the curriculum. 

 
 
SECOND GRADING PERIOD 
Week 7 - Week 12 
 
Language Arts 
                 

Continue 1st Six Weeks skills throughout the year in addition to these being introduced: 

                 *Reading Standards
                    Craft and Structure (4,5)
                    Integration of Knowledge and Ideas (9) 
                 *Reading Standards for Informational Text (Craft and Structure) (4,5) 
                 *Reading Standards: Foundational Skills (Phonological Awareness (2 b-c-d) 
                 *Phonics and Word Recognition (3 b, c, d) 
                 *Writing Standards (Research to Build and Present Knowledge) (7) 
                 *Speaking and Listening
                    Comprehension and Collaboration (2,3)
                    Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas (4,5,6) 
                 *Language Standards (Conventions of Standard English) (1 d,e) (2 a-d) 
                 *Vocabulary Acquisition and Use (6) 
 
Math 
                 *Counting and Cardinality -Comparing Numbers K.CC.6-K.CC.7 
                 *Operations and Algebraic Thinking (Understand Addition as putting together and adding to and understand                        subtraction as taking apart and taking from. K.OA.1, K.OA.2 

 Science
                  *
Biological Change-Living 
                  *Things-Animals-Continued 
                  * Earth and the Universe: Rocks, Soil, Water, How Living Things Depend on Earth. 
 
 Social Studies
                  *
Cultures and Societies: Social Institutions (family, school) 
                  *Government and Civics: (Local and State Government, Democratic Ideas) 
 
Practical Living 
                   *Personal Wellness:
                     Social Interactions
                     Stress Management
                     Problem Solving
                     Conflict Resolution and Communication
                     Good Hygiene
                     Diet and Exercise
                     Behavior Choices have Consequences (both Negative and Positive) 
 
Arts and Humanities 
                  *Traditional: passed from generation to generation, relating to one’s own culture; local events celebrated in                         your community - incorporate music, visual art, dance, and drama/theater concepts from  Arts and                                     Humanities curriculum; tie into Social Studies                             
 

THIRD GRADING PERIOD

Week 13 - Week 18

 Language Arts   
                     
Continue throughout the year with the 1st and 2nd six weeks skills in addition to these: 

                   *Reading Standards for Informational Text
                      Key Ideas and Details (3)
                      Craft and Structure) (6) 
                      Integration of Knowledge and Ideas (9) 
                   *Reading Standards Foundational Skills
                      Phonological Awareness (2e)
                      Fluency (4) 
                   *Writing Standards
                      Text Types and Purposes (2)
                      Production and Distribution of Writing (5) 
                   *Language Standards
                      Conventions of Standard English (1f)
                      Vocabulary Acquisition and Use (5a,c) 
 
Math 
                   *Operations and Algebraic Thinking (Understand addition as putting together and adding to and understand                         subtraction as taking apart and taking from) K.OA.3-K.OA.5 
                   *Number and Operations in Base Ten (Work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value)                                    K.NBT.1 
 
Science
                   *
The Earth and the Universe:
                       Earth’s Materials
                       Patterns in Weather
                       Seasons
                       Location and Movement of Objects in the Sky (Sun, Moon, and Stars) 
 
Social Studie
                    *Cultures and Societies: (Cultural Elements) 
                    *Geography: (Patterns of Human Settlement) 
                    *Historical Perspective:
                       Interpretation of Past
                       Change Over Time
                       Columbus
                       Native Americans 
 
Practical Living
                    *
Personal Wellness: (Describe the effects and misuse of alcohol and other drugs on the body) 
                    *Here’s Looking at You Drug Education Unit 

Arts and Humanities 
                    *Native Americans: Pilgrims, Indians - Incorporate music, visual art, dance, and drama/theater concepts                               from the Arts and  Humanities Curriculum (tie into Social Studies) 
 
 
 
FOURTH GRADING PERIOD
Week 19 - Week 24 
 
Language Arts 
                     
Continue throughout the year with 1st -3rd six weeks skills in addition to: 

 
                    *Reading Standards for Informational Text (Key Ideas and Details (2) 
                    *Writing Standards (Research to Build and Present Knowledge) (8) 
                    *Language Standards
                      Conventions of Standard English (1b-nouns only, c, f)
                      Vocabulary Acquisition and Use (4a) 
 
Math 
                    *Measurement and Data - Describe and compare measurable attributes K.MD.1 & K.MD. 2 
                    *Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category K.MD.3 
 
Science
                    *Energy Transformation: Properties of Matter (Solids, Liquids, Gases)
                       Observable Properties of Objects
                       Classification  of Objects by Properties
                        
Social Studies
                    *
Historical Perspective: Interpretation of Past
                       Patriotic Songs
                       Symbols
                       Change Over Time 
 
Practical Living
                    *
Personal Wellness:
                       Dental Health
                    *Health/Nutrition:
                       Dietary Guidelines for Americans
                       Identifying Healthy Foods 
 
Arts and Humanities 
                    *Colonial American Period
                       Patriotic Songs
                       Symbols
                       Famous People
                      **Incorporate music, visual art, dance, and drama/theater concepts from the Arts and
                          Humanities curriculum; tie into Social Studies 
 
 

FIFTH GRADING PERIOD
Week 25 - Week 30 
 

Language Arts 
                   
Continue to build on St-4th six weeks skills in addition to these: 
 
                    *Reading Standards for Informational Text (Integration of Knowledge and Ideas) (8) 
                    *Writing Standards (Text Types and Purposes) (3) 
                    *Language Standards
                       Conventions of Standard English (1b-verbs)
                       Vocabulary acquisition and use (4b) (5b) (5d) 
 
Math 
                    *Geometry - Identify and describe shapes K.G.1-K.G.3 
 
Science
                    *
Biological Change:
                       Unity and Diversity
                       Basic Needs of Plants
                       Plant Habitats
                       Structure and Function of Plants
                       Life Cycles 
 
Social Studies 
                    *Geography:
                       Tools (Maps, Globes, Technology Tools)
                       Landforms (Physical Characteristics) 
 
Practical Living 
                    *Lifetime Physical Wellness:
                      Components of Fitness
                      Muscular Strength and Endurance
                      Body Composition
                      Flexibility
                      Cardiac, Respiratory and other Body Systems 
 
Arts and Humanities 
                    *West African Culture: Black History
                        (incorporate music, visual art, dance, and drama/theater concepts from Arts and Humanities curriculum)
                    **If covering Black History during other months, document your connection to this strand of Arts and                                        Humanities. 
 
 
 
SIXTH GRADING PERIOD 
Week 31 - Week 36 

Language Arts 
                   
Continue to review 1st-5th six weeks in addition to the following: 

                     *Writing Standards (Production and Distribution of Writing) (6) 
 
 Math
                     *
Geometry - Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes K.G.4 - K.G.6 
                     *Last two weeks - Assessment Window 
 
 Science 
                     *Physical Science:
                       Motion and Forces (Pushes/Pulls)
                       Sound
                       Light
                       Energy Sources
                       Magnets
                       Modeling
                       Electrical Circuits 
 
Social Studies 
                     *Economics
                       Modifying and Adapting Basic Needs
                       Careers
                       Goods/Services (Scarcity/Opportunity Costs)
                       Economic Institutions/Economic Terms 
 
Practical Living 
                     *Practical Living Skills will be included with Social Studies skills during this grading period 
                       Consumer Decisions
                       Career Awareness
                       Financial Literacy 
 
Arts and Humanities 
                     *Cultural Fair
                        (to show the interrelationships of arts, plan a culture fair to highlight music, visual art, dance, and or                                    drama/theater associated with different cultures)

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