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  1. Beginner Level- Pre k-Kindergarten
  2. Level 1- the 1st grade
  3. Level 2- the 2nd grade
  4. Level 3-the 3rd grade
  5. Level 4- the 4th grade
  6. Level 5-the 5th grade
  7. Level 6-the 6th grade
  8. Level 7-the 7th grade
  9. Level 8-the 8th grade
  10. Level 9-the 9th grade
  11. Level 10-the 10th grade
  12. Level 11-the 11th grade
  13. Level 12-the 12th grade

Curriculum- Level 1

Humphreys Activity Center(Virtual Classroom) is a Customized Online Learning Platform for each child.

The Lesson Plans can be changed depending on the Child's level or Age. Teachers may add up more lessons, Omit lessons, Speed up or Speed down Lessons depending on the Child's level or Age.


To provide natural explanations for events in the natural world.Sciencealso aims to use those explanations to understand patterns in nature and to make useful predictions about natural events. An organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about the natural world.

Experimentsprovide insight into cause-and-effect by demonstrating.

Density and Volume. Create a lava lamp

Light and Rainbows. Create rainbow paper

Acids and Bases. Balloon blast

Polymers and Elasticity. Make your own bouncy balls

Exothermic Reactions. Elephant Toothpaste

Surface Tension. Snow fluff

Colloids. Unicorn slime

Solids. Expanding Soap

Liquids. Skittles science

Gases. Exploding soda


Tiffany D.
Science Level: Pre K-Kindergarten

Lesson 1

Land Animals and their Habitats

Lesson 2

Sea Creatures and their Habitats

Lesson 3

Winged Creatures of the Sky

Lesson 4

Seasons-Where do animals go when it snows?

Lesson 5

Honey Bees of North America

Lesson 6

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Lesson 7

Creepy Crawly Insects

Lesson 8

All About the Earth, Moon, and Sun

Lesson 9

Stars and Planets

Lesson 10

Solar Systems


Broad Topic List

  • Ratios & Unit Rates
  • Proportional Relationships
  • Greatest Common Factors
  • Least Common Multiples
  • Areas of Triangles & Volumes of Prisms & Surface Areas
  • Negative Numbers (Addition and Subtraction)
  • Negative Numbers (Multiplication and Division)
  • Statistical Questions & Data Distributions
  • Statistical Graphs
  • Fraction Division
  • Math

    Tiffany D Kindergarten

    Lesson 1

    Numbers and counting up to 50

    Lesson 2

    Numbers and Counting up to 100

    Lesson 3

    Skip counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s

    Lesson 4


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    Lesson 6

    Addition up to 10

    Lesson 7

    Subtraction up to 10

    Lesson 8


    Lesson 9


    Lesson 10

    Measurement and Money


    The major goal of reading comprehension is to help students develop the knowledge, skills and strategies they must posses to become proficient and independent readers who read with meaning. While reading, a student is expected to simultaneously, mentally interact and construct meaning from the text.

    Reading Level:


    Krista K

    Vocabulary, Spelling & Easy Reader Assignments with every lesson

    Foundations for Reading, Language Arts & Literature

    Beginner: Beginner Level Easy Reader (e-book assignments after each class)

    Unit 1

    Lessons 1-26

    Alphabet/Sound A~Z

    Letter Identification

    Uppercase & Lowercase letters

    Unit 2

    Lessons 27-40

    Short Vowels sounds

    Long Vowel Sounds


    Unit 3

    Lessons 41-60

    Blending Consonant & Vowel Sounds

    Word Recognition

    Sounding out words

    Unit 4

    Lessons 61-80

    Parts of a Sentence





    Unit 5

    Lessons 81-100

    Reading from left to right

    Rhyming, Parts of a Book

    Reality vs. Fiction

    **Every lesson includes high-frequency words and vocabulary words


    Book Club

    Thoughtfully planned book clubs position learning in the hands of the students and provide discussion tools students can use as they work out their responses to the book.

    • Promote a love for literature and a positive attitude towards reading;
    • Reflect a student-centered model of literacy (employing the Gradual
      Release of Responsibility);
    • Encourage extensive and intensive reading;
    • Invite natural discussions that lead to student inquiry and critical
    • Support diverse responses to text;
    • Foster interaction, cooperation and collaboration;
    • Provide choice and encourage responsibility;
    • Expose students to literature from multiple perspectives; and
    • Nurture reflection and self-evaluation.



    To improve the fluency and confidence of the student when speaking English, and so improve the ability of the student to communicate effectively in English



    GOALS: To present an oral argument using evidence; to use functional language related to agreeing, disagreeing, and showing contrasting opinions

    1. Read the debate topic

    2. Decide if you agree or disagree

    3. Support your decision with 5 reasons why you agree or disagree

    4. Explain your 5 reasons

    5. Listen to your opponent's argument

    6. Refute their argument (explain why your arguments make more sense)

    Homework helper

    providing homework assistance for the students from PreK-6th grades (Math, Science, English, Art, music, Spanish, Chinese, science, social studies, and other core curricular content)


    Preschool -2nd grade can learn sentences and paragraphs in the following forms below. I currently teach 6 styles of writing for 3rd - 5th graders:

    • Descriptive
    • Narrative
    • Persuasive
    • Expository
    • Response to Literature
    • Creative

    1st lesson - of each style-how to write a paragraph for the chosen style, homework is first draft paragraph due 1-2 days before class so it can be corrected

    2nd lesson - present draft at beginning of class, receive in-class feedback of how to write the final paragraph, homework is the final paragraph due

    3rd lesson - how to create essay first draft- homework is first draft of essay

    4th lesson - present draft at beginning of class, receive in-class feedback of how to create the final essay- homework is the final essay

    Each level is the same, but a little more advanced. Each unit style is broken down to 4 lessons each. I teach the 5 stage writing process:

    1. prewriting (with mind maps/graphic organizers and outlines)
    2. drafting
    3. revising- They'll learn to apply rubrics and writing traits (ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency and conventions).
    4. editing
    5. publishing (portfolios)

    Portfolios can be a shared school Google Drive with folders each student. All teachers can have access to post the final copies of all assignments. The very best essays have the chance to be published! This is optional if you want more writing students. It's exciting to tell students that the best essays at the end of a unit will be published on the school website. To say I'm a published writer in school is good for private school applications, careers and bragging rights. However, this is proof to future parents what their child could learn! And shows how good their writing can be!

    Research papers and argumentative can be time-consuming but good for 5th and 6th graders, if you're interested. The issue is making sure that their sources are 100% credible-peer-reviewed, correct APA citations used etc.

    Music (Composers)

    Introduce your students to classical music using these handy lesson plan outlines. These plans provide material on the biographies and works of famous composers that you can use to stimulate your students' interest in great music.

    Using a simple and enjoyable teaching style, this course introduces the novice listener to the wonders of classical music, from Bach fugues to Mozart symphonies to Puccini operas.


    (Classical Composers)

    Jeremy L.

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    Art(Allison P for Humphreys Activities Center- Art Level One)

    Students will broaden their perspectives and ways of thinking through the study of a variety of works of art produced in different cultures and at different times. Identifying the subject of the work of art and exploring its meanings.

    Lesson 1

    “Meet the Primary Colors” with: abstract painter Piet Mondrian (Netherlands, New York City) .

    Activity: Coloring project in Crayon, oil pastel, colored pencil or marker: abstract squares.

    Learning objectives: Memorize the three primary colors, experiment with straight lines and geometry, create a balanced design using black, white, and the three primary colors. Learn how shapes and colors can create a mood.

    Lesson 2

    “Meet the Secondary Colors” with : landscape painter Vincent Van Gogh (Netherlands, France)

    Activity: Draw your favorite outdoor scene, layering the primary colors to create the three secondary colors.

    Learning objectives: Memorize how we can mix the primaries to create the three secondary colors. Learn how to separate a landscape into foreground, middle ground, and background to create depth. Learn how curved lines create different emotions than straight lines from the previous lesson.

    Lesson 3

    “Meet the Elements of Art: LINE” with Architects Zaha Hadid (Iraq/UK) and Antonio Gaudi (Spain)

    Activity: Create a design for an amazing new art museum for your paintings using various line techniques.

    Learning objectives: Learn how architecture can imitate nature. Learn how drawing influences our every day lives through architecture and interior design. Experiment with straight, curved, and diagonal lines. Use line weight and overlapping to create depth.

    Lesson 4

    The Elements of Art: SHAPE” with Pacita Abad (Philippines)

    Activity: Draw your idea of what mother (or father) nature would look like using simple shapes and patterns.

    Learning objectives: Learn how artists use iconography and symbolism to communicate ideas. Learn how pattern and shape can direct the eye and create composition. How to build forms using simple shapes/structures.

    Lesson 5

    “The Elements of Art: FORM” with glass sculptor Dale Chihuly (USA)

    Activity: Color and Sculpt an underwater palace or creature.

    Learning objectives: Using thumbnail sketches to plan out a sculpture idea. How to choose a color scheme, experimenting with 3-d forms and symbolism. See how sculptors use cast shadows as a part of their work.

    Lesson 6

    “The Elements of Art: VALUE” with old master painter Caravaggio (Italy)

    Activity: Draw simple shapes and fruits using chiaroscuro

    Learning objectives: Understand light and shadow, how to find the shadow line, how shading can create the illusion of 3-d form

    Lesson 7

    The Elements of Art: TEXTURE” with mixed-media quilt artist Faith Ringgold (USA)

    Activity: Design a roof-top village using torn-paper collage and mixed media. Parents will need to help with collecting found materials, gluing and assembly as needed.

    Learning objectives: Experiment with collage and mixed media, learn how to plan out a picture using sketches. Practicing composition and narrative.

    Lesson 8

    The Elements of Art: SPACE” with Hokusai (Japan)

    Lesson 9

    “What is a Narrative Portrait?” with Frida Kahlo, portrait painter (Mexico)-

    Activity: Create a portrait of yourself with your pet (or imaginary one!)

    Learning objectives: Experiment with and discuss how artists use background elements to tell a story. Learn how gesture creates a sense life and movement.

    Lesson 10

    “Combining the Elements” with: Stan Lee, comic book artist (USA)

    Activity: Create your own superhero using a gesture line and basic perspective to tell a story.

    Learning objectives: Use previous lessons to create an imaginative illustration using thumbnail sketches, gesture, perspective, and simple shapes.


    The mission of the Chinese program is to provide students opportunities to acquire language proficiency, cultural awareness and critical thinking skills so that they can be global citizens

    Chinese-Level 1

    Chinese-Level 1

    Chenzi S

    Lesson 1

    Numbers (1) (1-10) 数字(一~十)

    Lesson 2

    Numbers (2) (11-20) 数字(十一~二十)

    Lesson 3

    Greetings (hello, thank you, you're welcome, sorry, etc) 问候(你好,谢谢,不客气,对不起,等)

    Lesson 4

    Who am I? ( What's your name? How old are you?) 我是谁?(你叫什么名字?你多大了?)

    Lesson 5

    My family 我的家人

    Lesson 6

    My body 我的身体

    Lesson 7

    Colors 颜色

    Lesson 8

    Animals 动物

    Lesson 9

    Fruits 水果

    Lesson 10

    My home 我的家 (furniture, rooms, integrate colors, shapes, numbers, and family members that learned before)


  • Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain intonation, express feelings and emotions, and exchange opinions.
  • Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.
  • Students convey information, concepts, and ideas to listeners and readers for a variety of purposes.
  • Gain Knowledge and an Understanding of Other Cultures
  • Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives and practices of cultures studied and use this knowledge to interact effectively in cultural contexts.
  • Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the perspectives and products/contributions of the cultures studied.
  • Lesson 1

    Theme: “La Familia

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Learn about the members of their family.

    · Be able to introduce their family.

    Activity: Family Tree

    Lesson 2

    Theme: “Partes Del Cuerpo”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Learn and identify the parts of the face and body.

    Activity: Dance and Sing “Cabeza, hombros, rodillas y pies”

    Lesson 3

    Theme: “Ropa y los Colores”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Learn clothes and colors.

    · Review the parts of the body and be capable of telling what clothes to wear on each.

    Activity: Students will describe their outfit.

    Lesson 4

    Theme: “La Casa”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Be able to name the different parts of their house.

    · Review the family by describing their location inside the house.

    Activity: Students will make a tour house.

    Lesson 5

    Theme: “La Ciudad”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Learn the parts of the city and popular places.

    Activity: Students will identify different places in a puzzle map.

    Lesson 6

    Theme: “Los Trabajadores”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Identify different occupations and describe actions performed by people at their jobs.

    · Be able to express what profession they would like to have in the future.

    · Review the places of the city and be able to identify their workers.

    Activity: Drawing of their profession.

    Lesson 7

    Theme: “La Escuela”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Learn the different places at school.

    · Identify workers of the school

    Activity: Describe the places at their school.

    Lesson 8

    Theme: “Los Útiles”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Learn about school supplies.

    · Identify and name the verbs with each supply.

    Activity: Sing andplay matching game with the school supplies.

    Lesson 9

    Theme: “El Calendario”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Name the days and the months of the year.

    · Learn time words such as yesterday, today and tomorrow.

    · Review the activities of the school using the days of the week.

    · Compare and contrast activities that people do through the year.

    Activity: Organize the days of the week and make their own calendar.

    Lesson 10

    Theme: “4 Estaciones”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Identify the seasons of the year

    · Explain how plants change through the seasons.

    · Describe types of weather and temperature.

    · Review the months with the seasons of each one.

    Activity: Sing and paint tree with the different seasons.

    Lesson 11

    Theme: “Vacaciones”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Identify different places for vacations.

    · Discuss places they would like to visit.

    · Review the calendar by describing different activities people do during each season.

    · Review the clothes they will need for vacations.


    Lesson 12

    Activity: Theme: “Transportes”

    Learning goals: Students will:

    · Identify and describe various means of transportation.

    · Learn how and where transportations operate.

    · Review the different transportations necessary for their vacations.

    Activity:Play matching game with the different types of transportations.

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