Each week we will be memorizing simplified statements that I’ve based on the Utah state science (for grades 1-3) and social studies (for grade 4) standards. Through reading and translating these statements students will practice pronunciation and will engage in conversations that will help them become more familiar with important concepts.

Here are the statements taken from Standard 1 for each grade level. Please look for opportunities to reinforce these concepts at home through conversations with your children.

Primer Grado (1st grade)- Ciencia (Science)

Standard 1:

1) Observamos el mundo para entenderlo. (We understand the world through observing it.)

2) Cuando tenemos preguntas de como funciona algo, podemos formar un hipotesis e investigarlo. (When we have questions about how something works, we can form a hypothesis and investigate it.)

3) Tenemos que recoger informacion, evidencia, y datos para llegar a una conclusion. (We have to collect information, evidence, and data to come to a conclusion about something.)

Segundo Grado (2nd grade)- Ciencia (Science)

Standard 1:

1) Observamos el mundo para entenderlo. (We understand the world through observing it.)

2) Cuando tenemos preguntas de como funciona algo, podemos formar un hipotesis e investigarlo. (When we have questions about how something works, we can form a hypothesis and investigate it.)

3) Tenemos que recoger informacion, evidencia, y datos para llegar a una conclusion. (We have to collect information, evidence, and data to come to a conclusion about something.)

Tercer Grado (Third Grade)- Ciencia (Science)

Standard 1:

1) La tierra y la luna son esferas. (The earth and the moon are spheres.)

2) La luna refleja la luz del sol (The moon reflects the sun’s light.)

3) La luna da veulta a la tierra una vez al mes- cada 28 dias.  (The moon goes around the earth about once a month- every 28 days.)

4) La tierra da una rotacion completa cada 24 horas (un dia). Esto es lo que causa el dia y la noche. (The earth completes a rotation every 24 hours (one day). This is what causes day and night.)

5) La tierra tarda 365 dias en dar una vuelta alrededor del sol (un ano). Esto se llama una revolucion. (The earth takes 365 days to complete a trip around the sun (one year). This is called a revolution.)

6) El sol es mucho mas grande que la tierra y la tierra es mucho mas grande que la luna. (The sun is much bigger than the earth and the earth is much bigger than the moon.)

7) El sol y las estrellas no “pasan de un lado del cielo al otro”. Ellos siempre estan en el mismo lugar. Parecen que estan moviendo por el cielo, pero en realidad la tierra esta girando para crear esa ilusion. (The sun and the stars don’t “move across the sky.” They are always in the same place. They appear to be moving through the sky but in reality the earth is spinning while the sun and stars stay in one place, creating this illusion.)

8) El sol es la fuente de toda la luz y energia en la tierra y en todo nuestro sistema solar. (The sun is the source of all the light and energy on the earth and in our solar system.)

Cuarto grado (4th grade)- Ciencias Sociales (Social Studies)

Standard 1:

1) Las tres regiones geograficas de Utah son: Las Montanas Rocosas, La Gran Cuenca y La Meseta de Colorado. (The 3 geographic regions in Utah are: The Rocky Mountains, The Great Basin, and the Colorado Plateau.)

2) Las hermosas montanas de Utah trae muchos turistas a Utah, especialmente en el invierno para esquiar. (The beautiful mountains of Utah bring many tourists to Utah, especially in the winter to ski.)

3) La Gran Cuenca es una gran region en el oeste de los Estados Unidos donde el agua de los rios no escapa al oceano sino esta asimilado en la tierra, creando depositos grandes de minerales. (The Great Basin is a large region in the western United States where the water from the rivers does not reach the ocean but is absorbed into the ground, creating large deposits of minerals.)

4) El Gran Lago Salado es la caracteristica mas prominente de La Gran Cuenca. (The Great Salt Lake is the most prominent feature of the Great Basin.)

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