Kindergarten

  • What to Know Before You Go

     
    Kindergarten
    1. Parent and child are able to separate from each other.
    2. Listens and follows directions.
    3. Demonstrate self-control and accepts "no".
    4. Can sit quietly and focus for a 15 minute period of time.
    5. Can listen to and talk about stories and rhymes.
    6. Can write first name.
    7. Able to hold and use scissors and pencils correctly.
    8. Knows the difference between letters and numbers.
    9. Can identify colors and shapes
    10. Can count out loud and count objects.

    1st Grade
    1. Listen attentively and follow two step directions.
    2. Identify all upper and lowercase letters and produce their sounds.
    3. Spell and write their name correctly using uppercase and lowercase letters appropriately.
    4. Read and write whole numbers up to 20.
    5. Recognize and produce rhymes.
    6. Read all Kindergarten sight words fluently.
    7. Use a number line to count one more or one less.
    8. Count by 1's, 5's, and 10's up to 100.
    9. Identify all coins and know their value.
    10. Independently tie their shoes (or please buy velcro).