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2012 Baseball in Education curriculum
2012 Baseball in Education curriculum

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“Baseball in Education Day” CurriculumIndianapolis IndiansTable of ContentsKindergarten English / Language Arts Page 2Kindergarten Mathematics Page 4Kindergarten Science Page 5Kindergarten Social Studies Page 6Grade 1 English / Language Arts Page 7Grade 1 Mathematics Page 8Grade 1 Science Page 9Grade 1 Social Studies Page 10Grade 2 English / Language Arts Page 11Grade 2 Mathematics Page 13Grade 2 Science Page 15Grade 2 Social Studies Page 16
 
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Kindergarten English / Language Arts
Standard 1 – READING: Word Recognition, Fluency, and Vocabulary DevelopmentPhonemic AwarenessK.1.8Listen and say the changes in spoken syllables (a word or part of a word that contains one vowel sound)and words with two or three sounds when one sound is added, substituted, omitted, moved, or repeated.
Listen to given baseball words and tell what word is left when you take a beginning or ending soundaway.bat – take away /b/ sound – leaves atbunt – take away /t/ sound – leaves bunteam – take away /m/ sound – leaves teastarter – take away /s/ sound – leaves tarterpitcher – take away /er/ sound – leaves pitchfielder - take away /er/ sound – leaves fieldplayer – take away /er/ sound – leaves playcatcher – take away /er/ sound – leaves catch
K.1.10Say rhyming words in response to an oral prompt.
Say words that rhyme with the word bat.Say words that rhyme with the word ball.
K.1.11Listen to one-syllable words and tell the beginning or ending sounds.
Tell what sounds you hear at the beginning and end of the following baseball words: run, bunt, team,win, fan, walk.
K.1.13Count the number of syllables in words.
Refer to Appendix C for a list of Baseball-Related Words. Choose words from the list and count thenumber of syllables in these words.
Standard 5 – WRITING: ApplicationsK.5.1Draw pictures and write words for a specific reason.
After attending the Baseball in Education game at Victory Field with your class, write about yourexperience using pictures, letters, and words that describe your day at the ballpark. Share yourwriting/picture with a friend or family member and tell them about your experience.
 
 3Standard 7 – LISTENING AND SPEAKING: Skills, Strategies, and ApplicationsSpeaking ApplicationsK.7.3Describe people, places, things (including their size, color, and shape), locations, and actions.
Describe Victory Field to a buddy in another classroom at your school, an older sibling, or a parent.
K.7.5Tell an experience or creative story in logical sequence (chronological order, first second and last).
Tell a parent or other adult about your experience attending the Baseball in Education game.

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