English Lanuguage Arts
Reading Wonders (McGraw Hill)

Reading Wonders, a comprehensive K-6 ELA/ELD program, is designed to meet the challenges of today’s classroom and reach all learners. A wealth of research-based print and digital resources provide unmatched support for building strong literacy foundations, accessing complex texts, engaging in collaborative conversations, and writing to sources. An online component allows children & families access to all materials at home for extra practice. Please view the Kindergarten Reading Wonders Weekly Plan for more information.

Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear and manipulate the individual sounds in words. Before children can effectively learn to read print, they need to understand that words are made up of speech sounds, or phonemes, and that can be broken apart and put back together to form words.
Phonics instruction involves teaching students how the written letters correspond to the sounds of speech and how to use this knowledge in reading and spelling. This includes teaching the letter sounds, how complex spelling patterns are pronounced, and how to use this information to sound out words.
Fluency is the ability to read text aloud with accuracy, speed, and proper expression.
Vocabulary refers to word meanings. Oral vocabulary refers to the words used when speaking while reading vocabulary refers to the words recognized in print.
Reading comprehension refers to the act of understanding and interpreting information from text. It is the reason for reading. Comprehension strategies are intentional actions that a reader can take to increase the chances of understanding or remembering the information that is read. Teaching students specific strategies to improve comprehension has been supported by research.


McGraw-Hill My Math provides the rigor, personalization, and student engagement our students need to be successful with our state standards. This reimagined approach to elementary math is fully built on the Standards and Mathematical Practices, allowing for focus to be on inspiring a love of learning.

Chapter 1: Numbers 0 to 5
Chapter 2: Numbers to 10
Chapter 3: Numbers Beyond 10
Chapter 4: Compose and Decompose Numbers to 10
Chapter 5: Addition
Chapter 6: Subtraction
Chapter 7: Compose and Decompose Numbers 11 to 19
Chapter 8: Measurement
Chapter 9: Classify Objects
Chapter 10: Position
Chapter 11: Two-Dimensional Shapes
Chapter 12: Three-Dimensional Shapes


Our science curriculum is an interactive teacher created resource. The units were created to be integrated with the reading unit themes. We are reading, writing, questioning and discovering across the curriculum.
1 Safety and Tools
2 Scientific Method
3 Classifying Matter
4 Changes from Heat
5 Forms of Energy
6 Patterns of Movement
7 Living and Nonliving Things
8 Weather
9 Seasons and Day and Night
10 Plants
11 Animals
12 Interdependency – Basic Needs
13 Rocks, Soil, and Water
14 Earth Care

Social Studies

KinderSocialStudies Curriculum is a social studies curriculum for primary aged students. KinderSocialStudies is an engaging social studies curriculum with young learners in mind! KinderSocialStudies encourages young learners to think “outside the box” and prove their thinking through hands-on and engaging learning experiences. KinderSocialStudies is based upon five units: Rules, United States/Community Helpers, Maps, Cultures and Economics


Handwriting Without Tears
Children who master handwriting are better, more creative writers. The earlier we teach children to master handwriting, the more likely they are to succeed in school, and write with speed and ease in all subjects. We use fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate instructional methods to enable children to master handwriting as an automatic and comfortable skill.


I LOVE Islam Book
Allah and Our World is bursting with songs, stories and illustrations that will delight and captivate students and teachers alike.


I love Arabic- Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States

• Students learn half of the alphabet and the sound system of Arabic.
• ص ض ط ظ ج ح خ ع غ أ ل ك م ن ه ي
• The shapes and the sounds of the letters
• Learns how to count from 1-10.
• The name of the colors in Arabic.
• Students learn vocabulary related to introducing themselves and greetings, school, animals, house and family.
• The name of the shapes in Arabic
• Triangle, square, circle, rectangle.

• Learn short vowels.
• Asking and answering considering gender difference
• Asking and answering questions using question tools ما هذا, ما هذه ؟