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Kindergarten Curriculum

 Kindergarten Reading

Identify and form upper and lower case letters
Identify and produce letter sounds
Concepts of Print: (directionality, parts of a book, words, sentences)
Identify Syllables in Words
Rhyming Words (identifying and producing rhymes)
Initial, Medial, Final Sounds 
Blending & Segmenting Sounds to form words
Story Sequencing: identifying beginning, middle, end parts of a story
Fiction vs. Non-fiction Literature
Make predictions about text prior to reading 
Respond to literature 
Identifying characters, setting, and plot in a story
70% Mastery of SCPS Sight Words

Kindergarten Math

Represent, compare, and order whole numbers and join/separate sets (0-20) 
Describe shapes and space (geometry)
Order objects by measurable attributes (measurement)
Calendar skills (days of the week, months of the year)

Kindergarten Science

Organization & Development of Living Organisms (animal and plant life cycles)
Earth in Space and Time (night & day, gravity)
Matter (solids, liquids, gases)
Energy & Force (motion)

Kindergarten Language Arts

Forming letters and numbers  Writing conventions (line spacing, punctuation, capitalization)
Journals: Creative Writing (writing to tell a story)
Zaner-Bloser Handwriting Books
Used across curriculum

Kindergarten Social Studies
Character Education
Integrated into curriculum

Kindergarten Homework

Parents need to initial the student planner every night. Homework will be assigned on a weekly basis. Sight words should be practiced each night.

How can you help your child succeed in Kindergarten?
*Read to your child daily and discuss the story
*Check your child’s backpack daily and review school work
*Apply math skills learned at school to their home (counting household objects, finding/making patterns, identifying shapes)
*Have at least two conferences during the year with your child’s teacher
*Strive for perfect attendance
*Wear school uniform