Kindergarten

Kindergarten

Math

ELA

  • I can identify and write numerals 0-20.

  • I can count to 100 by ones.

  • I can count to 100 by tens.

  • I can count to 100 starting at any given number.

  • I can represent a group of objects with a written numeral 0-20.

  • I can explain my counting strategy.

  • I can compare two numerals between 1-10 and say which numeral has the greater value, a lesser value or is equal to.

  • I can explain addition as putting together and adding to.

  • I can explain subtraction as taking apart and taking from.

  • I can add and subtract numbers within 10.

  • I can solve addition word problems within 10 using objects or drawings.

  • I can solve subtraction word problems within 10 using objects or drawings.

  • I can fluently add and subtract within 5.

  • I can compose numbers 11-19 using 10 and some ones using drawings or equations.

  • I can decompose numbers 11-19 using 10 and some ones using drawings or equations.

  • I can describe measurable attributes of objects. (length,height and weight)

  • I can find, name and describe two-dimensional shapes.

  • I can find, name, describe, and compare two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes using math vocabulary.

  • I can name and write all upper and lower-case letters.

  • I can identify words that rhyme.

  • I can express thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly.

  • I can read common words such as: the, of, you, are, she, and my.

  • I can use pictures in a text to help me understand it.

  • I can match letters to sounds and use other strategies to figure out unfamiliar words when reading and writing.

  • I can fluently read and understand text at a kindergarten level (F&P end of the year levels are D/E).

With Prompting and Support:

  • I can identify setting, characters, and main events in a story

  • I can take part in shared reading, writing, and research projects.

  • I can ask and answer questions about a story the teacher reads aloud (who, what where, when, why and how).

  • I can tell what happened first, next, and last in a story (in my own words)

  • I can learn new words and phrases through reading, listening, and talking

  • I can explain the main idea and key details are an important part a text

  • I can describe connections between two individuals, two events, and two ideas or pieces of information in a text.

  • I can use a combination of drawing, speaking, and writing to describe an event, give information about a topic, or share and opinion.

Science

Social Studies

  • I can plan and show how pushes and pulls change the motion of an object.

  • I can change the speed or direction of an object when I push or pull it.

  • I can describe what plants and animals need to survive.

  • I can describe how plants and animals change their environment.

  • I can model the relationship between plants, animals, and the places they live.

  • I can explain ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle.

  • I can observe what the sun does to the Earth’s surface.

  • I can build and design a structure that will reduce sunlight warmth on an area.

  • I can observe local weather patterns over time.

  • I can collect data and prepare for severe weather.

  • I can explain the rights and duties of being a good citizen in my class

  • I can recognize key American symbols

  • I can identify, explain and create a representation of the physical features of a familiar place

  • I can share my personal history sequentially

  • I can compare life today with life yesterday

  • I can explain the difference between a need and a want

  • I can classify different jobs people have and how these jobs help others.

 Music Art
  • I can use my singing voice.

  • I can read, notate, and use music vocabulary accurately.

  • I can move accurately with a variety of music.

  • I can play a variety of instruments with correct technique

  • I can participate and contribute positively in music.

Creating
  • I can use “play” to make discoveries about art in my world

  • I can experiment with both 2D and 3D using a variety of materials

  • I can learn how to be safe using the materials and tools that make art.

Presenting

  • I can learn to write my name on my art

  • I can talk about my art

  • I can build on my interests

Responding

  • I can select my art to display

  • I can explain to my teacher what my art means to me

  • I can be actively involved in group discussions about art

Connecting

  • I can watch others use the internet, and understand it’s use to an artist

  • I can recognize the reasons that people make art

  • I can become involved with colors and how they make me feel

  • I can find art in the community