Kindergarten

This is what your child should typically know by the end of Kindergarten. Here is a printable version as well.

Reading

– Daily reading

– Log and track progress

Language Arts

– Alphabet

– Uppercase and lowercase letters

– Phonics

– Emergent readers ( beginning grammar: sentence, capitalization, and end marks)

– Spelling words (sight and frequency)

Math

– numbers to 100

– Work with numbers 0 to 20

– Beginning addition

– Beginning subtraction

– Easy two digit addition without regrouping

– Compare objects and numbers

– Shapes

Social Studies

– Calendar, Months, and days of the week

– Following Rules for safety and better community

– Honesty, courage, determination, and responsibility through historic figures

– American Symbols

– Map basics: Land, water, mountains and rivers

– Understanding community

– Past, present and future

– Understanding wants vs. Needs

– National Holidays

Science

– observe, measure and predict properties of materials

– Understanding weather and seasons

– Plants and animals that inhabit the earth

– Earth is composed of land, air, and water

– How things work

– Investigations and experiments

Visual/Performance

– Dance, Music, Arts

– Drawing and Coloring

– Connect the dots

– Hands on Crafts

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