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Student: Madison Robertson

Park Hill
Grade K Report Card School: English Landing Elementary
2017-2018 Teacher: Ms. Pak
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ATTENDANCE
Term Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Days Present 35
Days Absent 2
Periods Tardy 0
Academic Performance Level for Content Areas/Digital Learning
Name Exceeded Mastered Partially Needed Exceeded* Mastered* Partially Needed
Understood Support Understood* Support*
Score E M P N E* M* P* N*

Academic Performance Level for Personal Development
Name Consistently Sometimes Rarely
Score C S R

Academic Performance Level for Independent Reading
Name Above On Below
Score A O B

*Comments: Standards not evaluated in a term will be blank. ELEMENTARY STANDARDS KINDERGARTEN
*-Denotes Modified Grade Scale Term
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
ELEMENTARY STANDARDS KINDERGARTEN Identifies the topic and details in an expository
Term text heard and/or read, referring to the words
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 and/or illustrations M
READING AND WRITING Names the main topic and recalls key details
INDEPENDENT READING LEVEL of the text M
Independent Reading Level Identifies basic similarities and differences
FOUNDATIONAL READING SKILLS between two texts on the same topic M
Develops print awareness in the reading WRITING
process Follows a writing process, with assistance, to
Develops phonics in the reading process M generate a writing plan through using pictures, M
oral language or written letters, and/or words
Reads, with support, appropriate texts with
purpose and understanding With assistance, draws or writes
READING LITERATURE (FICTION) informative/explanatory text that uses a
combination of drawing, and/or writing to name
Asks and responds to questions about texts and inform about a topic or a text being
read aloud M studied
Retells main ideas or important facts from a Uses a combination of drawing and/or writing
read-aloud or familiar story M to narrate a story or experience the student
Retells a main event from a story read aloud has had or imagined
and familiar stories Uses a combination of drawing and/or writing
Identifies elements of a story, including setting, to name and inform about a topic or text being
character, and key events studied
Compares and contrasts adventures of Uses a combination of drawing and/or writing
characters in familiar stories to tell an opinion about a topic or text being
studied
Develops and applies effective listening skills
and strategies in formal and informal settings Communicates using conventions of English
language
Confirms comprehension by retelling
information and asking appropriate questions READING AND WRITING COMMENTS
based on read-alouds or other media Remarks:
READING INFORMATION (NONFICTION) MATH
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ELEMENTARY STANDARDS KINDERGARTEN ELEMENTARY STANDARDS KINDERGARTEN
Term Term
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
NUMBER SENSE DEMOCRACY
Counts to 100 by ones and tens * Describes why laws and rules are made
* Explains how problems can be solved at
Reads and writes numbers and represents
objects with a written numeral from 0-20 E school
* Identifies the US flag
Compares two or more sets of objects (up to * Recites the Pledge of Allegiance
10 objects in each group) and identifies which
ECONOMIC CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES
set is equal to, more than, or less than the
* Describes examples of scarcity (not having
other
enough) and opportunity cost (making the
Recognizes, without counting, the quantity of most of your money)
objects in groups arranged in common
ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHICAL THEMES
patterns (up to 5 objects) M AND ANALYSIS
NUMBER SENSE AND OPERATIONS IN BASE TEN * Describes how maps and globes are used
Composes (puts together) and decomposes RELATIONSHIPS TO INDIVIDUALS AND
(takes apart) numbers from 11 to 19 into a set GROUPS TO INSTITUTIONS AND
of ten and additional ones TRADITIONS
RELATIONSHIPS AND ALGEBRAIC THINKING * Names physical, social and emotional needs
Decomposes (takes apart) numbers less than of people
or equal to 10 in more than one way TOOLS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE INQUIRY
Demonstrates fluency (accuracy and * Describes how artifacts and visual/auditory
efficiency) for addition and subtraction with aides help in learning
numbers 0-5 * Identifies library and media resources used
in learning
Represents and solves addition and
subtraction problems with answers between ART
0-10 Demonstrates the ability to use different
GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT mediums and techniques
Compares the measurable attributes of two Demonstrates the use of the elements of art:
objects (longer, heavier, etc.) line, color, texture, shape, space, and form
Identifies shapes and describes objects in the GROUP PARTICIPATION
environment using names of shapes, Effort
recognizing the name stays the same ART COMMENTS
regardless of orientation or size
Remarks:
Describes the positions of objects in relation to MUSIC
other objects (above, below, etc.)
Demonstrates an understanding of the
Composes simple shapes to form larger elements of music: rhythm, melody, form,
shapes by drawing or using manipulatives expressive qualities, harmony/texture, and
DATA AND STATISTICS timbre
Classifies (sorts) objects into given categories; Demonstrates appropriate performance and
counts the number of objects in each category rehearsal skills and etiquette
Compares category counts using math GROUP PARTICIPATION
vocabulary such as greater than, less than, or Effort
equal to MUSIC COMMENTS
MATH COMMENTS
Remarks:
Remarks: PHYSICAL EDUCTATION
SCIENCE
Fitness principles
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
Fundamental movement skills
Pushes and pulls M Sportsmanlike conduct
Speed and direction M
GROUP PARTICIPATION
Energy from the sun
Effort
EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION COMMENTS
Weather conditions (describes, records,
notices patterns) Remarks:
DIGITAL LEARNING
Reducing human impact on environment
Technology Operations and Concepts
Habitats
Digital Citizenship
Natural resources
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
LIFE SCIENCE
Respectful of others
Animal needs
Completes personal best work in a timely
Plant needs manner
Organisms impact on the environment Works well with others
SOCIAL STUDIES
Follows directions and expectations
CITIZENSHIP, GOVERNMENT AND
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ELEMENTARY STANDARDS KINDERGARTEN
Term
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Participates appropriately in learning
OTHER COMMENTS
Remarks:

Plus Delta

-Good attendence -Gives up when challenged
-Eager to learn -Talks over others
-Stays on task -Has to be reminded of everyday chores