Your browser does not support JavaScript!
an image
This is an image for the page banner This is an image for the page banner
an image
an image
This is an image for the page header

Mrs. Gruchacz, Principal
372 Witherspoon St.
Princeton, NJ 08540

Tel: 609.806.4230
Fax: 609.806.4231

What will students know and be able to do at the end of this course/marking period?
You will be able to:

1. Recognize, classify, and describe different foods, including the food chart (fruits, vegetables, protein, cereals, sweets, dairy).

2. Identify, compare and describe at least 5-7 animals using habitats (forest: fox, bear, deer, wolf, raccoon, squirrel; tropical forest: sloth, toucan, monkey, toad, snake, tapir, parrot, jaguar, iguana, quetzal), and actions (jump, walk, swim, fly, eat, run, have).

3. Become an animal and describe yourselves.

4. Talk about different ways of transportation (bus, boat, truck, plane, helicopter, train, car, motorcycle).

5. Identify and tell about the butterfly life cycle (egg, caterpillar, cocoon, butterfly) and its journey. .

6. Use simple sentences with the new vocabulary to talk about what happens in your daily life (is, eat, live in, has, go by, I like, I don’t like).

7. Sing, using visuals as a prompt, many culturally authentic songs related to the content curriculum (“la iguana y el perezoso”, “la serpiente” and play culturally authentic games that support the curriculum (“el lobo”, “el gato y el ratón)