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January
Reading - By the end of January, students will be able to identify the story elements of a story. Students will be able to retell a story in sequence, using appropriate sequencing terms.
Writing - By the end of January, students will be able to write informative texts in which they name a topic, supply some facts about the topic, and provide some sense of closure.
Math - By the end of January, students will be able to understand and apply properties of operations and the relationships between addition and subtraction.
Science - By the end of January, students will be able to identify and compare the different states of matter and their properties.
Social Studies - By the end of January, students will be able to recognize the key features of a community. 

March
Reading -Students will be able to identify the author's purpose within a story.
Writing - Students will be able to write informative writing pieces.
Math - Students will be able to compare two- digit numbers based on the meaning of the tens and ones digits.
Social Studies - Students will be able identify what is a community.
Science - Students will be able to investigate the water cycle.

April
Writing- Students will be able to write informative texts in which they name a topic, supply some facts about the topic and provide some sense of closure.
Math- Students will be able to develop an understanding of bar graphs, tally charts and picture graphs.
Reading- Students will be able to ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Science- Students will be able to identify the different forms of weather and different types of clouds.
Social Studies- Students will be able to develop an understanding of how jobs and money affect communities.

May
Reading- Students will be able to read and use the features of a non-fiction text to identify the main idea.
Writing- Students will be able to write a paragraph about a topic using information from informational texts.
Math- Students will be able to organize, represent and interpret data with up to 3 categories.
Science- Students will be able to compare different seasons and how the weather changes in each.
Social Studies- Students will be able to understand how communities provide for families.