- Eats independently.
- Washes hands after using the restroom.
- Asks questions and seeks out adult help
- Knows how to care for and use books.
- Tries new things.
- Shares materials. .
- Plays cooperatively with other children .
- Separates from parent without undue anxiety.
- Knows parent or guardian's first and last name.
- Knows own first and last name and can tell an adult
Language and Literacy
- Listens attentively and responds to stories and books.
- Speaks in complete sentences.
- Speaks clearly enough to be understood by unfamiliar adults.
- Has a vocabulary that includes words to name colors, parts of the body, and positional words (e.g., in/out,
to/from, around, upside down).
- Expresses feelings and ideas.
- Knows poems and songs.
- Identifies signs, symbols, or logos in the environment.
- Identifies 10 or more letters of the alphabet, especially those in own name.
- Writes using drawings and made-up or real letters.
|"A teacher affects eternity; no one can tell where the influence stops."
Scholastic Book Orders:
Parents can go to
www.scholastic.com; access the
"Parents" tab and view the
current flyers available. Parents
may order online with our access
code and the books will be
delivered to the school. Our
access code is DXC44.
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|Kindergarten Readiness skills are learned by doing. Children need opportunities to learn and
master skills. Parents and teachers working together can provide opportunities for learning in
fun, engaging environments.
Small Motor Skills
- Holds writing instruments correctly.
- Holds scissors correctly.
- Uses scissors to cut straight or curved
- Turns a single page in a book.
- Puts together simple puzzles.
Large Motor Skills
- Hops, jumps, and runs.
- Bounces, catches, kicks, and
- Walks in a straight line forward
- Balances on dominant foot for
- Participates in simple games.
- Counts to ten.
- Creates groups of up to five objects.
- Places like items together (e.g., red cars and blue cars).
- Plays with, identifies, and names the shapes (e.g., circle, triangle, and rectangle).
- Uses comparative words (e.g., heavier, shorter, less, taller, bigger).
- Takes turns.
- Listens while others talk.
- Shows concern for others.
- Works well independently or
in small groups
- Uses restroom independently
- Removes outerwear
- Cleans up after self