Pinellas County Schools


Math Assessments


Phase I Curriculum

Week 4


Geometry - Math Geometry 3_5

Geometry and spatial relationships are a part of children's daily lives. Understanding an object's position in space and learning the vocabulary to describe position and give directions are important. Simple terms like above, below, left, right, or between, enable children to order and describe the world around them. They can apply these terms as they describe plane and solid shapes in the classroom.


Although children are familiar with the most common shapes, up until now they may not have been able to verbalize what distinguishes a square from a rectangle or a circle from a triangle. They will learn to describe shapes in terms of their sides and corners. A triangle is a shape with three sides and three corners. A rectangle is a shape with four sides and four corners. They may notice that opposite sides are the same length. A square is a rectangle in which all four sides are of equal length. A circle is a round shape that has no sides or corners. These attributes, as well as size, can be used to sort and classify shapes.



Print - Geometry 3_5

Also have students complete online reviewSee Math Lesson plan in Webexone database.

Identify planar and solid shapes 

2-Dimensional Shapes


Language Arts

Language Arts Assessments

Elements of A Story: Cinderella


Students will review the following:

1.  Setting

2.  Characters

3.  Sequence

4.  Exposition

5.  Conflict

6.  Climax

7.  Resolution

Review - The Following:

a) Passage Reading Fluency 3_3

b) Vocabulary 3_3

c) CCSS Reading 3_3

Also have students complete online review

Have students review background information for the state of Ohio as part of their weekly activity; "Exploring the World".


Aha! Science Introduction

MOSI in Motion: Mobile Science Lab - Students will be immersed in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) as they engage in innovative, exciting hands-on science experiments, demonstrations and simulations with a MOSI educator!





What does the MOSI in Motion: Mobile Science Lab include?

• Up to five 45-minute sessions

• One program per day for selected grade level

• Maximum 30 students (elementary) or 25 students

  (secondary) per session

• All hands-on materials needed for the program

• Enthusiastic science & technology Educator that is Lunsford



Music Concepts

Music Concepts and Objectives/Outcomes are indicated on each lesson. Over the 3 lessons, all 6 of the Concept Areas of Rhythm, Melody, Form, Timbre, Expressive Qualities, and Harmony are used. Skills developed over the 3 lessons are Singing, Moving, Listening, Playing Instruments (drums), and Relating music to other subject areas.
Lesson #1: Meter and Conducting
Lesson #2: Form, Rhythm, and Melody
Lesson #3: Harmony and History


Prior Knowledge
No prior knowledge on the part of the student is needed, although it is helpful to have had experience keeping a steady beat, using Curwen hand signs to indicate Do and Sol, using quarter, eighth, and/or sixteenth notes in 2/4 and 4/4 meter, identifying different sections of a piece through listening, and playing non-pitched and pitched percussion instruments. Experience moving throughout the room to music as well as working in partners or small groups is also helpful for sections of the lessons, with established guidelines for such activities.


African Drumming -  Video


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