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1st Nine weeks Skills
Due Date: 10/18/2017
Subject: Kindergarten Language Arts

Language Arts:

  • Identify front cover, back cover, spine, and title page of a book
  • Demonstrate how to hold a book, and indicating where to begin reading (front to back, top to bottom, and left to right)
  • Distinguish between upper and lower case letters
  • Name, sound, and form from memory all 26 letter of the alphabet
  • Understand the alphabetic principle (when letters in words change, so do the sounds in the words)
  • Read some sight words
  • sort common objects into categories
  • Use words to describe location, size, color, and shape
  • listen and respond to oral communication by taking turns and staying on topic
  • ask and answer questions about a given topic or text to gain understanding
  • speak audibly and express thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly
  • ask and answer questions about key details in a text
  • recognize common types of texts (storybooks and poems)
  • retell a familiar story in sequence (fiction)
  • Identify main topic and key details in nonfiction text
  • name the author and illustrator of a text and define the role of each
  • identify opposites
  • use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose narrative pieces
  • respond to questions about their writing
  • add details to strengthen their writing and drawings
  • respond to suggestions about their writing
  • trace, copy, and generate letters, words, and sentences
  • write first and last name legibly

Math:

  • Sort objects by size, shapes, and color
  • Name the following 2D shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, hexagon
  • identify and sort shapes as flat or solid
  • describe objects using position words: over, under, next to, etc
  • count and write numbers 0-5
  • use one to one correspondence to orally county objects 0-5
  • write numbers to represent objects 0-5


2nd Nine Weeks
Due Date: 4/18/2017
Subject: Kindergarten Language Arts

This nine weeks, your child will be expected to learn:

Language Arts-

  • Speak in clear sentences
  • ask and answer questions to gain understanding
  • write first and last name clearly
  • identify and know when to use punctuation marks
  • use capitalization correctly
  • know letters and their sounds
  • know sight words from list
  • recognize beginning sounds of words
  • sound simple words out
  • spell and write simple words phonetically
  • point to words as they are being read
  • compare and contrast stories
  • answer questions related to familiar stories
  • know the difference between fiction and non fiction
  • form plural nouns by adding s or es
  • add details to strengthen writing
  • be able to compose a story through writing
  • answer questions in a writing journal
  • narrate a story in chronological order

Math-

  • Count and write numbers 1-10
  • count to 100 by tens
  • count from a given number up to 20
  • count objects 0-20
  • compare using greater than and less than
  • model and draw shapes
  • Add and subtract to 5
  • Name 2D and 3D shapes
  • compare two objects using measurable attributes


3rd Nine Weeks Skills
Due Date: 2/7/2017
Subject: Kindergarten Language Arts

Language Arts:

  • Recognize, write, and give the sound of all letters in the alphabet
  • Identify kindergarten sight words
  • Speak in clear and complete sentences
  • Ask and answer questions to gain understanding
  • Identify the reasons an author gives to support points in a non fiction text
  • Produce a complete sentence using a noun, verb, and a frequently occurring preposition
  • Ask and answer questions about unknown words
  • Identify characters, setting, and main events in a story
  • Spell simple words
  • Describe familiar people, places, and events
  • Listen and engage in group reading activities
  • Compare and contrast characters and events
  • Write to compose opinions using the topic or the name of the book (must use writing, drawing, and be able to tell the teacher about it)
  • Participate in shared research and writing projects
  • Students should also show growth in all previous writing standards

Math:

  • Count to 60 by ones and count to 100 by 10s
  • Count forward from a given number
  • write numbers 0-15
  • Measure, compare, and describe the differences between two objects
  • Solve addition and subtraction problems to 10
  • Use simple shapes to form larger shapes
  • Analyze and compare 2 and 3 dimensional shapes
  • Demonstrate addition and subtraction using objects


4th Nine Weeks
Due Date: 1/21/2017
Subject: Kindergarten Language Arts

Language Arts:

  • listen and respond by taking turns and staying on topic
  • ask and answer questions about a topic or text
  • speak audibly and express thoughts and ideas clearly
  • ask and answer questions about details in text
  • recognize common types of texts (storybooks, poems)
  • identify the parts of a book
  • describe and answer questions related to illustrations
  • compare and contrast characters and adventures, experiences, settings, and major events in fiction stories
  • identify main topic and key details in non-fiction text
  • describe connections between individuals, events, ideas, and information in a non-fiction text
  • identify the reason an author gives to support points in a non-fiction text
  • identify basic similarities and differences between 2 non-fiction texts on the same topic
  • ask and answer questions about unknown words in a text
  • define the role of an author and an illustrator
  • engage in small group reading activities
  • sort common objects
  • identify opposites and give examples
  • use capitalization and punctuation correctly in sentences
  • correctly form regular plural nouns by adding s or es.
  • spell and write simple words phonetically
  • use words and phrases acquired through conversations, reading and being read to, and responding to texts
  • identify new meanings for familiar nouns and verbs and apply them correctly
  • use affixes as a clue to understand the meaning of an unknown word
  • use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to provide facts and information to answer questions in a writing journal
  • participate in shared research and writing projects
  • use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing

Math:

  • count to 100 by ones and tens
  • count from a given number up to 100
  • write and work with numbers 0-20
  • compose and decompose numbers from 11-19 into tens and ones
  • solve addition and subtraction problems to 20
  • draw and record several ways to make a number up to 10
  • find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number 1 to 9
  • fluently add and subtract within 5