General Communication Goals
Responding to commands and instructions
Identifying new vocabulary
Choosing colors, materials, toys and books
Requesting and reporting in everyday situations
Answering questions with familiar structures
Describing things according to size and color
Expressing preferences, likes and dislikes
Offering, accepting and declining offers
Speculating and guessing
Expressing needs and feelings
Reporting abilities
Singing and listening to songs
Repeating words or phrases from familiar stories
Long-Term Projects
All About Me
Animals Around Me
Eric Carle Stories
5 Senses
Traditional Stories
Farm Animals
My Family
Free Exploration
This Is Me
Garden Animals
My Body
1st Semester – Content
Everyday Language
Numbers 1 – 10
Animals and their characteristics
Family members
Parts of the body
School materials
2nd Semester – Content
Everyday language
Expressing feelings
Farm animals and its characteristics
Garden animals and its characteristics
Likes and Dislikes
Number 1 – 20
Parts of the body
Story characters
School materials
General Communication Goals
Greeting people
Requesting and reporting in everyday situations
Expressing preferences and needs
Understanding commands and instructions
Asking and answering questions about what they like, what they want and what they have
Describing what they can feel
Describing what they can see
Choosing food at lunch time and school materials
Asking help to others
Long-Term Projects
All about us
All about us and nature
Music around us
Playing with our friends
Our rotine
Our Eating Preferences
Games and Toys (Show and Tell)
Nursery Rhymes
Sea and Wild Animals
Body and Movement
Music and Instruments
Weather and Clothes We Can Wear
1st Semester – Content
Everyday language
Routine moments
School spaces
Favorite toys
Group games 
Nursery rhymes and children’s songs
School materials requests 
Fruits, vegetables and food choices 
Clothes and weather
Parts of the body and movements
Expressing feelings
2nd Semester – Content
Everyday language
Animals and their characteristics
Natural habitats and their characteristics
Characters and elements of traditional stories
Group games
Nursery rhymes and children’s songs
Music genres
Musical instruments
Describing clothes and weather
General Communication Goals
Greeting people
Talking about personal information and feelings
Getting to know one another
Collecting information with questions
Asking for help and offering help
Asking for permission
Inviting kids to play
Talking about the weekend
Talking about the weather
Talking about others
Long-Term Projects
My favorites! (year long)
My neighborhood 
I can rhyme
Games we play
Me, my house and family
My neighborhood
Heroes and superheroes
I can play…
Reduce, reuse and recycle
The circus
1st Semester – Content
Body parts and movements
School and house spaces
Family and professions
Maps and directions
2nd Semester – Content
Make-believe play and stories
Superheroes and abilities
Following and creating rules
Places to play
Types of games
Hand clapping games and rhymes
Recognizing and classifying different materials
3 R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle
Circus performers and abilities
General Communication Goals
Greetings and introductions
Exchanging personal information
Talking about preferences
Speculating and guessing
Asking and answering questions about activities they do on different days of the week
Describing places and actions
Talking about school and activities: daily routine
Asking for permission
Asking for and offering help
Requesting and exchanging materials
Justifying an answer
Expressing similarities and differences
Talking about the weekend
Developing word-sound awareness
Describing and comparing with superlatives and comparatives
Talking about different cultures to speculate about someone’s habits
Identifying pieces of information in a video
Long-Term Projects
Around the world
Tongue Twisters and Hand-Clapping games
Space and The Solar System
Daily routine
Professions and workplaces around the city
Around the World
Games and Habits Around the World
Space and the Solar System
When I grow up I want to be a…
Daily Activities
1st Semester – Content
Personal information
Days of the week and months of the year
Food vocabulary
Cardinal numbers
Clothes around the world
Daily Routine
Flags around the world
The Globe: countries and continents
Colors and shapes
Emotions and feelings
Sports, games and toys around the world
2nd Semester – Content
Personal information
Sky elements and characteristics – day and night
Solar System: planets
Comparatives and superlatives
Workplaces around the city
Ordinal numbers
Job occupations
1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
Families around the world Living and being Let’s have fun! Behind the garment
1st Quarter
Project: Families around the world

Getting to know the new routine;

Recognizing sounds, letters and words in English;

Talking about different families around the world;

Understanding family heritage and describing family origins;

Sharing family stories, recipes and habits;

Talking about family objects;

Talking about likes and dislikes;

Describing families;

Asking people’s ages;

Talking about birthday date and parties;

Asking people where they are from;

Exchanging information about families;

Talking about immigration.

2nd Quarter
Project: Helping hands

Describing daily routine and temporary actions we can do around the house;

Talking about different houses around the world, resources and materials;

Reflecting upon what we can do at home to help our planet;

Recognizing and writing shapes and numbers in order to describe a building;

Talking about green actions;

Giving green tips;

Talking about countries and continents.

3rd Quarter
Project: Festivals around the world

Talking about sports and free time activities;

Describing what people are doing;

Reading and talking about party food x everyday food;

Reading and talking about festivals around the world;

Creating their own festival and giving a presentation about it.

4th Quarter
Project: Monster’s trip around the world

Describing parts of the body of humans and animals;

Describing clothes;

Saying what people are wearing;

Learning about clothes in different countries.

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
Technology for all School life What’s for dinner? Big world
1st Quarter
Project: Survival mode on

Talking about technology;

Describing situations happening at the moment;

Exploring different kinds of technology around the world;

Expanding their cultural background related to technology.

2nd Quarter
Project: Schools around the world

Talking about school subjects and facilities at Mobile;

Talking about school subjects and facilities from schools around the world;

Talking about school objects;

Talking about their favourite subjects;

Describing their daily routine;

Talking about school uniforms and lunches around the world.

3rd Quarter
Project: Food: what’s behind it?

Describing food and beverage;

Talking about different food habits from around the world;

Talking about different food from the world;

Describing their food habits;

Ordering their own food and beverage in a restaurant.

4th Quarter
Project: Creating my own country

Talking about geographical features around the world (beach, city, mountains, river, etc.);

Comparing different things using comparatives;

Describing things and situations.

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
Around town Just the job Going places Having fun
1st Quarter
Project: From São Paulo to the world

Getting to know people;

Talking about places to visit in a city and in a country;

Learning more about the touristic places in the city where they live and in other places around the world;

Comparing São Paulo then and now;

Talking about places around the world and their characteristics.

2nd Quarter
Project: A letter from a special day in my quarantine

Learning about jobs and workplaces;

Learning about how products and foods can get to your house;

Talking about what people do at work;

Talking about what people did in the past;

Writing about an event in our life;

Writing a letter;

Discussing peculiar and essential jobs.

3rd Quarter
Project: 4th grade expeditions

Talking about transportation and travelling equipment;

Talking about things to do on a holiday, when traveling;

Identifying the characters, setting, plot and the conflict in a story;

Learning about different kinds of expedition;

Learning about different geographical features;

Creating an imaginary expedition;

Writing a narrative.

4th Quarter
Project: Creating our own legends

Learning about legends from some countries;

Identifying the characters, setting, plot and the conflict in a story;

Creating their own legend;

Learning about storytelling and becoming a storyteller;

Learning about cultural facts from other countries. 

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter


Social and cultural identity



Idols and leaders

History of the world

Life stories

1st Quarter
Project: InstaKINDNESS – What connects you to people?

Recognizing different text types used online (Instagram, Twitter and Facebook);

Talking about exchange programs;

Talking about habits and routines;

Reflecting on and writing about a comment on a social network;

Describing clothes;

Describing what is happening at the time of speaking;

Talking about what clothes people around the world wear;

Describing what people are wearing;

Reflecting on style as an expression of identity;

Discovering New Zealand culture;

Learning more about Peru and its attractions.

2nd Quarter
Project: Egg drop challenge

Talking about life in the past;

Talking about things you used to do as a child;

Talking about food preferences;

Talking about traveling;

Identifying characteristics of travel blogs and understanding their purposes;

Writing a personal travel blog post;

Investigating the most popular tourist destinations in a country;

Reflecting on the possibility of volunteering during holidays;

Getting to know different tourist attractions around the world;

Discovering about Italian culture;

Learning more about England and its mysteries.

3rd Quarter
Project: World Leaders: What does it take to be a leader?

Learning about world idols and leaders;

Describing people’s physical characteristics;

Writing a biography/timeline;

Making use of adjectives to describe appearance;

Talking about different occupations;

Learning how to use ordinal numbers to talk about dates;

Learning more about Egyptian culture.

4th Quarter
Project: Pandora’s box – Hopes for a better world – Poems

Talking about past events;

Learning about world history;

Talking about memories and life experiences;

Learning about Greek mythology;

Discovering more about Japanese culture;

Describing an event happening at a specific moment in the past.