By the end of Kindergarten Language Arts, a student will be able to:
- know left and right directionally
- identify rhyme and rhythm
- predict and draw conclusions from stories and pictures
- recite familiar poems, songs, and finger plays
- recite, read, sound out, and write the letters of the alphabet.
- recognize some words by sight-form words by using letter sounds
- use self expression by writing
By the end of Kindergarten MATH, a student will be able to:
- explore, recognize and create patterns up to three attributes using size, shape, and color,
- demonstrate one-to-one correspondence with concrete objects,
- demonstrate the ability to create and interpret a graph,
- tell the value of a penny, nickel, and dime,
- show their understanding of "more then" and "less than," and
- select between a whole and a half.
By the end of Kindergarten SCIENCE, a student will be able to:
- determine what is living and non-living,
- describe characteristics and needs of animals,
- select the correct forms of matter (solid, liquid, and gas),
- recognize that changes in weather occur over seasons, and
- demonstrate what people do to accommodate for different weather conditions.
By the end of Kindergarten Social Studies, a student will be able to:
- draw the change in seasons and tell how it affects us,
- predict how the past can affect the future,
- describe the existence of many environments,
- demonstrate the rules, responsibilities, and consequences in social interactions, and
- tell about how goods and services are provided and exchanged,
- tell that the words "truth" and "rule of law" are core democratic values.