Kindergarten Orientation. Welcome, Parents!. Kindergarten Expectations Based on the National Common Core Standards. Language Arts Develop knowledge of letters and their sounds Use letter sound correspondence to read and write Blending sounds to read words
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Develop knowledge of letters and their sounds
Use letter sound correspondence to read and write
Blending sounds to read words
Identifying the beginning, middle, and end sound of words.
Read sight words independently and in text.
Read grade-level books.
Participate in reading activities with fiction and non-fiction books
Write a complete sentence using capitalization and punctuation.
Write upper and lowercase letters and use in
creative writing activities.
Count aloud to 100.
Count objects up to 30 items.
Pattern (create and extend)
Identify numbers 0-100
Write numbers 0-30
Count by 5’s and 10’s to 100; 2’s to 30
Identify coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter) and know corresponding value.
Basic addition and subtraction
Identify more than and less thanKindergarten ExpectationsBased on the National Common Core Standards
Observations with our Senses
Basic Needs of Living Things
Pushes and Pulls
Who am I?
Where am I?
How do I get what I want and need?
How do I get along with others?
30 Minute Computer Lab (2 times a week)
Media Center Lessons
60 Minute Lunch and Recess
52 Minutes-Special Class (AMPS)
Physical Education & Health
Students must wear tennis shoes