General Communication Goals
Respond to commands and instructions
Identify new vocabulary related to animals and food
Choose colors, materials, toys and books
Request and reporting in everyday situations
Answer questions with familiar structures
Describe things according to size and color
Express preferences, likes and dislikes
Offer, accept and decline offers
Speculate and guess
Express needs and feelings
Report abilities
Sing and listen to songs
Repeat words or phrases from familiar stories
Long-Term Projects
All About Me
Animals Around Me
Eric Carle Stories
Free Exploration
Traditional Stories
My Family
Fruits and colors
Garden Animals
Farm Animals
Where does our food come from?
1st Semester – Content
Everyday Language
Numbers 1 – 10
Family members
Parts of the face
School materials
2nd Semester – Content
Everyday language
Farm animals and its characteristics
Garden animals and its characteristics
Likes and Dislikes
Numbers 1 – 20
Parts of the body
Story characters
School materials
General Communication Goals
Greet people
Request and report in everyday situations
Express preferences and needs
Understand and follow commands and instructions
Ask and answer questions about what they like and what they want
Report feelings
Describe what they can see
Make choices at lunch time
Ask for school materials during classes
Ask help to others
Classify objects according to their characteristics
 Speculate and guess
 Report abilities
 Sing and listen to songs
Long-Term Projects
Our school
Animals around us – Wild and sea animals
Feeling the music
Playing with our friends
Our rotine
Feelings and emotions
Moving our bodies
Weather and clothes
Our favourite toys
Wild animals
Sea animals
Music and musical instruments
Nursery rhymes
Children’s games
1st Semester – Content
Everyday language
Routine moments
School materials
Feelings and emotions
Parts of the body
Toys and materials
2nd Semester – Content
Everyday language
Wild animals and their habitat
Wild animals and their characteristics
Sea animals and what they eat
Sea animals and their characteristics
Musical instruments
General Communication Goals
Greet people
Talk about personal information and feelings
Get to know one another
Collect information with questions
Ask for help and offering help
Ask for permission
Invite kids to play
Talk about the weekend
Talk about the weather
Talk about others
Long-Term Projects
Our neighborhood 
I can help!
I can rhyme!
I can play!
Us, our house and our family
Our city, jobs and occupations
Heroes, superheroes and superpowers
Games we play
The 3R’s – reduce, reuse and recycle
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
Follow and create rules
Places to play
Types of games
Hand clapping games and rhymes
Recognize and classify different materials
3 R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle
General Communication Goals
Greetings and introductions
Exchange personal information
Talk about preferences
Speculate and guess about the world around them
Ask and answer questions about daily routine
Ask and answer questions about food, language, clothes and animals in different countries
Justify an answer
Express similarities and differences between planets and between different biomes
Talk about the weekend
Talk about different cultures to speculate about someone’s habits
Long-Term Projects
Trips around the world
Our Mascot
I went to the moon and…
Endangered species and their biomes
Around the World
Routines Around the World
The Solar System
Earth Biomes
1st Semester – Content
Personal information
Days of the week
Food vocabulary
Cardinal numbers
Clothes around the world
Daily Routine
Flags around the world
The Globe: countries and continents
Emotions and feelings
Sports around the world
2nd Semester – Content
Personal information
Sky elements and characteristics – day and night
Solar System: compare planets in terms of size and distance from the sun
Ordinal numbers
Ask and give information about the animals and the plants in different biomes
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: This is how we do it

Get to know the new routine;

Recognize sounds, letters and words in English;

Listen and talk about different families around the world;

Share family stories, recipes and habits;

Talk about family objects;

Talk about likes and dislikes;

Describe families;

Ask people’s ages;

Talk about birthday date and parties;

Ask people where they are from;

Exchange information about families.

2nd Quarter
Projects: Helping hands; Room in a box

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

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

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

Talk about green actions;

Give green tips to their peers and families;

Talk about countries and continents.

3rd Quarter
Project: My Festival

Talk about sports and free time activities;

Describe what people are doing;

Ask for confirmation about what people are doing;

Read and talk about party food x everyday food;

Read and talk about festivals around the world.

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

Describe parts of the body of humans and animals;

Describe clothes;

Say what people are wearing;

Learn 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

Talk about technology and how it affects our lives;;

Describe situations happening at the moment we speak;

Explore different kinds of technology around the world.

2nd Quarter
Project: Schools around the world

Talk about school subjects and facilities at Mobile;

Talk about school subjects and facilities in schools around the world;

Talk about their favourite subjects;

Describe their daily routine;

Talk about school uniforms and lunches around the world.

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

Describe food and beverage;

Talk about different and food habits around the world;

Describe their food habits;

Ask their friends about their food habits;

Exchange information about what someone does regularly.

4th Quarter
Project: My dream country

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

Compare different things and places;

Describe situations that happen regularly;

Exchange information about what someone does regularly;

Exchange information about where, when and why someone does the activities in their routine.

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
Healthy Living People and professions Expeditions Legends and Myths
1st Quarter
Project: Well-Being #community

Talk about eating habits in people’s routine;

Name different sports and food items;

Talk about how sports, exercises and food can lead to a healthier life;

Increase awareness of various problems that the lack of healthy habits can cause;

Investigate and explain why there are so many different healthy habits between different cultures;

Share and listen to each other’s opinions;

Ask and say what you and other people are doing.

2nd Quarter
Project: Everyone has a story

Learn about jobs and workplaces;

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

Talk about what people do at work;

Talk about what jobs people had in the past;

Explorer the past in terms of jobs that no longer exist, movies and games (old movies/games and their remakes);

Write about an important event in our life;

Write a letter;

Discuss unusual and essential jobs.

3rd Quarter
Project: 4th grade expeditions

Talk about transportation and travelling equipment;

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

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

Learn about different kinds of expedition;

Learn about different geographical features;

Create an imaginary expedition;

Write a narrative.

4th Quarter
Project: Our own legends

Learn about legends from some countries;

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

Create their own legend;

Learn about storytelling and becoming a storyteller;

Learn 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?

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

Talk about exchange programs;

Talk about habits and routines;

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

Describe clothes;

Describe what is happening at the time of speaking;

Talk about what clothes people around the world wear;

Describe what people are wearing;

Reflect on style as an expression of identity;

Discover New Zealand culture;

Learn more about Peru and its attractions.

2nd Quarter
Project: Our inventions – We can make the world a better place

Talk about life in the past;

Talk about things you used to do as a child;

Talk about food preferences;

Talk about traveling;

Identify characteristics of travel blogs and understand their purposes;

Write a personal travel blog post;

Investigate the most popular tourist destinations in a country;

Reflect on the possibility of volunteering during holidays;

Get to know different tourist attractions around the world;

Discover about Italian culture;

Learn more about England and its mysteries.

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

Learn about world idols and leaders;

Describe people’s physical characteristics;

Write a biography/timeline;

Make use of adjectives to describe appearance;

Talk about different occupations;

Learn how to use ordinal numbers to talk about dates;

Learn more about Egyptian culture.

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

Talk about past events;

Learn about world history;

Talk about memories and life experiences;

Learn about Greek mythology;

Discover more about Japanese culture;

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