Helping Hawks Soar Pre-Kindergarten Developmental Standards updated 7-9-12

Helping Hawks Soar Pre-Kindergarten Developmental Standards updated 7-9-12

Language I can statements updated 7-9-12 Name colors

updated 7-9-12 Identify today, tomorrow, and yesterday updated 7-9-12

Can name my brothers and sisters and label them as boy or girl updated 7-9-12

Know how old I am updated 7-9-12 Understand prepositions

Below Beneath Between updated 7-9-12

Define objects by its use Scissors cut things. Refridgerators keep food cold.

We read books. updated 7-9-12 Understand same and different

updated 7-9-12 Follow a 4 step direction updated 7-9-12

Sequence items that are related 1 2

3 updated 7-9-12 4 Sequence items that are not related

1 2 3

updated 7-9-12 4 Understands more/less and empty/full

updated 7-9-12 Takes turns in conversation with minimal interruptions updated 7-9-12

Have conversations with friends updated 7-9-12 Produce developmentally appropriate sounds

of language updated 7-9-12 Learn new words easily (even 4-5 syllable words)

updated 7-9-12 Use a dialect that matches people in my community

updated 7-9-12 Tell a story updated 7-9-12

Talks about things that happened in the past updated 7-9-12 Express emotions

updated 7-9-12 Give personal information (name, age, birthday, address, phone #, mom & dads name) updated 7-9-12

Understand past, present, and future verb tenses updated 7-9-12

Use slang (give me five) updated 7-9-12 Use correct grammar

updated 7-9-12 Pronounces new words easily updated 7-9-12

Expand my vocabulary author sort address

setting predict character illustrator updated 7-9-12

Understand and use colloquial expressions (Momma carried Grandma to the doctor.) updated 7-9-12 Talk in complete sentences

updated 7-9-12 Name body parts when pointed to chest

back knee chin fingernail

jaw elbow hips wrist waist

shoulder ankle heel updated 7-9-12

Creative Arts I can statements updated 7-9-12

Participate in music activities updated 7-9-12 Work independently with care and persistence on art projects

updated 7-9-12 Play a variety of musical instruments updated 7-9-12

Give opinions about art updated 7-9-12 Control my body to participate in creative

movement and drama updated 7-9-12 Sing songs

updated 7-9-12 Draw updated 7-9-12

Paint updated 7-9-12 Use play-doh

updated 7-9-12 Use crayons updated 7-9-12

Take turns updated 7-9-12 Clean up my center

updated 7-9-12 Follow the rules 1. Obey quickly. 2. Walk nicely.

4. Act kindly. 3. Listen nicely. updated 7-9-12

Pretend to be a mom updated 7-9-12 Pretend to be a dad

updated 7-9-12 Pretend to be a child updated 7-9-12

Early Literacy I can statements updated 7-9-12

Identify objects that are the same/different O O O updated 7-9-12

B Clap the syllable rhythm in 4 syllable words America

Elevator Television updated 7-9-12

Escalator Produce rhyming words Hat

Cat updated 7-9-12 Match pictures that start with the same sound

updated 7-9-12 Identifies name updated 7-9-12

Identifies names of peers Ben Mary updated 7-9-12

Emily Move my bear to centers in the room Jacob

updated 7-9-12 Write a recipe updated 7-9-12

Make a shopping list updated 7-9-12 Write a letter to my friend

updated 7-9-12 Take a breakfast order updated 7-9-12

Write a receipt updated 7-9-12 Make blueprints for a building

updated 7-9-12 Record the results to scientific experiments updated 7-9-12

Use a book correctly 2. Turn one page at a time. 1. Read from front to back.

3. Read from left to right. 4. Read from top to bottom. updated 7-9-12

Read words in my environment updated 7-9-12 Read magazines

updated 7-9-12 Read cook books updated 7-9-12

Read construction books updated 7-9-12 Read sheet music

updated 7-9-12 Write a story updated 7-9-12

Name letters updated 7-9-12 Name numbers

updated 7-9-12 Complete 8-20 piece puzzles updated 7-9-12

Draw AB patterns updated 7-9-12 Write my first name

Ryan updated 7-9-12 Write my last name

Jones updated 7-9-12 Recognize my name

Joy updated 7-9-12 Sing the Alphabet Song

updated 7-9-12 Learn new words Nocturnal

insect migrate updated 7-9-12 hibernate

Discuss activities that happened during a field trip updated 7-9-12

Discuss the plot of a story updated 7-9-12 Make predictions

updated 7-9-12 Follows a sequence of 3 directions 1. Brush your teeth.

3. Go to bed. 2. Turn off the light. updated 7-9-12

Ask questions and make comments to add to a conversation updated 7-9-12 Understand past, present, and future verb

tenses updated 7-9-12 Retell a story.

updated 7-9-12 Sequence the days events

7:30-8:00 Breakfast 8:00-8:10

Bathroom 8:10-8:30 SMART

8:30-9:00 Music/Movement 9:00-9:30

Language Arts 9:30-9:45 Centers

9:45-10:15 Large Group 10:15-11:00

Lunch 11:00-11:15 Math

11:15-12:30 Centers/ Small Group 12:30-1:00 updated 7-9-12

Recess Use adjectives when describing objects Red

Crunchy Round shiny Juicy

Healthy updated 7-9-12 Identifies and discusses characters

updated 7-9-12 Ask who, where, why, what, and when questions

updated 7-9-12 Recite alphabet in order updated 7-9-12

Recall details from stories updated 7-9-12 Math

I Can Statements updated 7-9-12 Make an AB pattern

updated 7-9-12 Buy items at my pretend store updated 7-9-12

Identify a clock and its use updated 7-9-12 Measure items

updated 7-9-12 Follow the rules 1. Obey quickly. 2. Walk nicely.

4. Act kindly. 3. Listen nicely. updated 7-9-12

Share with my friends updated 7-9-12 Tell the difference in up and

down updated 7-9-12 Tell the difference in over and under

updated 7-9-12 Tell the difference in top and bottom updated 7-9-12

Tell the difference in inside and outside updated 7-9-12 Identify these shapes

rectangle triangle circle

square updated 7-9-12 Count to 5

12345 updated 7-9-12 Count to 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 updated 7-9-12 Count to 15 12345

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 updated 7-9-12 Count to 20

12345 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 updated 7-9-12

Counts to 25 12345 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 updated 7-9-12 Count to 30

12345 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

updated 7-9-12 Add sets of objects +

updated 7-9-12 = Separate sets of objects

_ = updated 7-9-12

Match numbers to sets of objects 5 updated 7-9-12 Identify big and little

updated 7-9-12 Identify long and short updated 7-9-12

Identify heavy and light updated 7-9-12 Sort objects

updated 7-9-12 Give a set of objects when given a number Give me four

updated 7-9-12 Join groups of objects 1+2=3 updated 7-9-12

Physical Development I can statements updated 7-9-12

Go up and down stairs with an alternating pattern updated 7-9-12 Run and stop with control

updated 7-9-12 Gallop updated 7-9-12

Climb on a variety of equipment updated 7-9-12 Throw overhand and hit a stationary target

updated 7-9-12 Bounce a ball and catch it updated 7-9-12

Catches a thrown ball updated 7-9-12 Use playground equipment

updated 7-9-12 Use stapler updated 7-9-12

Use paper punch updated 7-9-12 Use scissors

updated 7-9-12 Use tape dispenser updated 7-9-12

Use a hammer updated 7-9-12 Use a screw driver

updated 7-9-12 Use a saw updated 7-9-12

Use play dough to make objects updated 7-9-12 Hold a pencil with a pincer grasp

updated 7-9-12 Put together a large floor puzzle updated 7-9-12

Construct a block structure updated 7-9-12 Cut on a line

updated 7-9-12 Cut on outside line updated 7-9-12

Put on clothes independently updated 7-9-12 Zip

updated 7-9-12 Button updated 7-9-12

Buckle updated 7-9-12 Velcro

updated 7-9-12 Blow nose and use a tissue to wipe nose updated 7-9-12

Cover mouth when coughing or sneezing updated 7-9-12 Wash my hands after using the bathroom

and before I eat updated 7-9-12 Try new food and participate in talks about nutrition

updated 7-9-12 Discuss jobs of community helpers updated 7-9-12

Follow safety rules in the classroom and on the playground 1. Obey quickly. 2. Walk nicely.

4. Act kindly. 3. Listen nicely. updated 7-9-12

Progress in physical growth, strength, stamina, and flexibility updated 7-9-12

Participate in activities that promote physical fitness updated 7-9-12 Copy these shapes

updated 7-9-12 Draw a person that has these body parts: head

mouth legs hands

nose trunk eyes

ears neck updated 7-9-12

arms Walk forward heel-and-toe five steps updated 7-9-12

Hop on one foot 5 times (right and left foot) updated 7-9-12 Balance on one foot ten seconds

updated 7-9-12 Balance on one foot with eyes closed updated 7-9-12

Walk backward toe-to-heel four steps updated 7-9-12 Science

I can statements updated 7-9-12 Identify living things

updated 7-9-12 Identifies 5 senses updated 7-9-12

Living things live in different habitats updated 7-9-12 Identify day and night

updated 7-9-12 Recognize weather conditions updated 7-9-12

Tell the use of a clock updated 7-9-12 Tell the use of a thermometer

updated 7-9-12 Recognize different types of land forms updated 7-9-12

Recognize that objects change over time updated 7-9-12 Recognizes that the sun gives us light

updated 7-9-12 Demonstrate how to make a sound updated 7-9-12

Sequence the days events 7:30-8:00

Breakfast 8:00-8:10 Bathroom

8:10-8:30 SMART 8:30-9:00

Music/Movement 9:00-9:30 Language Arts

9:30-9:45 Centers 9:45-10:15

Large Group 10:15-11:00 Lunch

11:00-11:15 Math 11:15-12:30 Centers/

Small Group 12:30-1:00 updated 7-9-12 Recess

Think about a problem and figure out what to do updated 7-9-12

Classify objects Land Water updated 7-9-12

Air Identify a push updated 7-9-12

Show respect for the environment updated 7-9-12 Understand new information

updated 7-9-12 Observe, describe and discuss topics updated 7-9-12

Understand time updated 7-9-12 Investigate

updated 7-9-12 Social & Emotional Development I can statements

updated 7-9-12 Use my words to solve my problems updated 7-9-12

Take turns updated 7-9-12 Clean up my center

updated 7-9-12 Follow the rules 1. Obey quickly. 2. Walk nicely.

4. Act kindly. 3. Listen nicely. updated 7-9-12

Ask an adult for help when I cant solve my problem updated 7-9-12

Use my words to let people know when I am happy updated 7-9-12 Use my words to let people know when I am

sad updated 7-9-12 Use my words to let people know when I am hurt

updated 7-9-12 Use my words to let people know when I am angry

updated 7-9-12 Use my words to let people know when I am afraid updated 7-9-12

Use a timer to help me take turns with a friend updated 7-9-12

share updated 7-9-12 Make friends

updated 7-9-12 Show pride in my work updated 7-9-12

Recognize areas at school (playground, library, cafeteria, etc.) updated 7-9-12 Draw a map

updated 7-9-12 Identifies important landmarks Police Station

Fire Station Grocery Store updated 7-9-12

Identifies items found in a neighborhood updated 7-9-12 Understand people need nutritious food

updated 7-9-12 Pick appropriate clothes for various weather conditions

updated 7-9-12 Understand people need a place to live updated 7-9-12

Understand the various jobs of firefighters updated 7-9-12 Understand the various jobs of policemen

updated 7-9-12 Recognize community helpers updated 7-9-12

Understand money buys items updated 7-9-12 Understand some items cost more than others

updated 7-9-12 Social Studies I can statements

updated 7-9-12 Understands the jobs of family members updated 7-9-12

Looks at books and identify jobs in the story updated 7-9-12 Chooses a leader for activities

updated 7-9-12 Recites class rule and why we have that rule 1. Obey quickly.

2. Walk nicely. 4. Act kindly. 3. Listen nicely.

updated 7-9-12 Find and identify the bathroom updated 7-9-12

Draw my home updated 7-9-12 Identify places in my community

updated 7-9-12 Identify the need of food by people updated 7-9-12

Identify the need of shelter for people updated 7-9-12 Identify the need of clothing for people

updated 7-9-12 Understand the jobs of community workers updated 7-9-12

Understand items cost money Buy items at my pretend store updated 7-9-12

Identify my gender updated 7-9-12 Name the people in my family

updated 7-9-12 Identify likenesses and differences in people updated 7-9-12

Pretend to be a mom updated 7-9-12 Pretend to be a dad

updated 7-9-12 Pretend to be a child updated 7-9-12

Complete a job in my classroom updated 7-9-12 Find community helpers in books

updated 7-9-12 Follow the rules 1. Obey quickly. 2. Walk nicely.

4. Act kindly. 3. Listen nicely. updated 7-9-12

Clean up my center updated 7-9-12 Take turns

updated 7-9-12 Identify today, tomorrow, and yesterday updated 7-9-12

Identify items that come before and after Before After

updated 7-9-12 Identify todays weather updated 7-9-12

Name the seasons in a year updated 7-9-12 Understand that the day follows a schedule

7:30-8:00 Breakfast 8:00-8:10 Bathroom 8:10-8:30

SMART 8:30-9:00 Music/Movement 9:00-9:30

Language Arts 9:30-9:45 Centers 9:45-10:15

Large Group 10:15-11:00 Lunch 11:00-11:15

Math 11:15-12:30 Centers/ Small Group

12:30-1:00 Recess updated 7-9-12

Understand and predict the next event that will happen in the day. 7:30-8:00 Breakfast 8:00-8:10

Bathroom 8:10-8:30 SMART 8:30-9:00

Music/Movement 9:00-9:30 Language Arts 9:30-9:45

Centers 9:45-10:15 Large Group 10:15-11:00

Lunch 11:00-11:15 Math 11:15-12:30

Centers/ Small Group 12:30-1:00 Recess

updated 7-9-12

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