• The standards that we are working on are highlighted below. 

    Reading: Literature

    RL.K.1 Ask and answer questions about details of story

    RL.K.2 Child to retell familiar stories with details of story

    RL.K.3 Child identifies characters, setting and events in a story

    RL.K.4 Ask and answer questions about words in story

    RL.K.5 Recognize text that have same idea

    RL.K.6 Child name writer and one who draws pictures and states what they do

    RL.K.7 Describe relationship between drawings and story

    RL.K.8 Identify the reasons the writer gives to support main points story

    RL.K.9 Compare and contrast adventures of characters in stories to other similar stories

    RL.K.10 Read reading activities in group with purpose and understanding


    Reading: Informational Text

    RI.K.1 Ask and answer questions about details of story

    RI.K.2 Child to identify the main topic and retell details of story

    RI.K.3 Child describe the connection between two people or events or information in story

    RI.K.4 Ask and child to answer questions about words in story

    RI.K.5 Identify front and back covers and title page

    RI.K.6 Name writer and person who draws pictures and states what they do

    RI.K.7 Describe relationship between drawings and story

    RI.K.8 Identify the reasons the writer gives to support main points of story

    RI.K.9 Compare and contrast differences between two stories on same topic

    RI.K.10 Read reading activities in group with purpose and understanding


    Reading: Foundational Skills

    RF.K.1 Show understanding and main idea of print

    a.    Follow words from left to right, top to bottom

    b.    Recognize that spoken words follow a letter sequence

    c.    Understand that words are separated by spaces in print

    d.    Recognize and name all upper and lower case letters of alphabet

    RF.K.2 Show understanding of spoken words, syllables and rhymes

    a.    Recognize and produce rhyming words

    b.    Break words down by sounds, syllables, letter blending and syllable segments of spoken words

    c.    Blend and segment sounds and rimes of single syllable words

    d.    Isolate and say the beginning, middle and ending sounds in Consonant Vowel Consonant words example c-a-t

    e.    Change beginning, sounds, or middle sounds, or ending sounds simple words to make new words

    f.         example c-a-t  or s-a-t or s-i-t or s-i-p

    RF.K.3 Know how to say words by using the above ways

    a.    Show knowledge of letters and sound of letters by saying the the sound for each consonant example c-a-t  

    b.    c is sound and "c" is the letter

    c.    Understand that long vowel sounds are the vowels names (a,e,i,o,u) and short sounds are: a as in cat, e as in egg, i as in it, o as in off and u as in up.

    d.    Read sight words or words wall words.

    e.    Know difference between words that are spelled same, and know the sounds that are different example t-h-e is said as the



    RF.K.4 Read story for reason and understanding



    Text Type and Purposes

    W.K.1 Use drawing, scribble writing and letters together and writing to tell ideas in which they tell a reader  

               what they are trying to tell.

    W.K.2 Use of drawing, telling and writing to write stories

    W.K.3 Use combination of drawing, telling and writing to tell a story

    W.K.5 With help, answer questions and suggestions to make writing have more information

    W.K.6 Look at digital tools to produce and publish writing

    W.K.8 Gather information from things you know to answer questions


    Kindergarten-Speaking and Listening

    Comprehension and Collaboration

    SL.K.1 Share in classroom group talks about kindergarten ideas and stories

    a.    Follow rules for talking

    b.    Continue a talk with whole class

    SL.K.2 Make sure that children understand story read aloud by asking and answering questions, and giving answers as needed

    SL.K.3 Ask questions in order to get help, find answers


    Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas

    SL.K.4 Tell about people, places and things with as much information as possible

    SL.K.5 Add drawings to show information

    SL.K.6 Speak and tall thoughts, feelings and ideas


    Kindergarten- Language Standards

    Conventions of Standard English

    L.K.1   Share stories using English words.

               a. Print many upper and lower case letters

               b. Use as many nouns(names of things) and verbs(action words) to show more information

               c. Use plural nouns(more than one name of things example hat/hats.

               d. Understand and use question words-who,what,where,why,when,will

               e. Use prepositions example- in the, on the

    f. Say and add more information to finish sentences in shared speaking activities

    L.K.2   Show and use English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing

               a. Capitalize first word in a sentence

               b. Recognize and name end punctuation example period, question mark, exclamation point.

               c. Write a letter or letters for most consonant and short vowel sounds/ Alphabet Sounds.

               d. Spell simple words by way they sounds

    L.K.4   Understand meaning of words used in Kindergarten on a regular basis

               a. Learn and understand new meanings for words already know example for, four

    b. Use inflections and affixes as clues to the meaning of a word

    L.K.5   With help learn new word and what they mean

               a. Sort same objects into categories

               b. Show understanding of verbs(action words) example and adjectives(describing words) by relating them to their antonyms

               c. Show real life connections between words and their use

               d. Show meaning of verbs by acting out meanings

    L.K.6   Use words and phrases learned through talking, reading and being read to and speak about story.