Reading

1.03 1.03 1.03 1.01 1.01 1.04 1.04 1.02 2.05 2.06 2.02 1.02 1.04 3.01 3.04 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.07 4.07 4.07 4.07 5.01 5.03 5.03 Listen to words and say another word or words that rhyme. Hear words parts (syllables) and put them together to say the word Name some capital and lowercase letters (at least 26 out of 54) of the alphabet Point at where to go next at the end of a line (return sweep) Point to each word as the teacher reads aloud Point to a period Point to the first and last letter of a word Point to one word on a page of text Predict what might happen in a text before and during reading Understand and follow spoken and/or picture directions (3 or more step directions) Choose to read and look at different kinds of books and selections Know that a story has characters, setting, and tells about something Read own dictated story Connect information and events in text read or heard to your own experiences Talk about and dramatize stories Use words that name and words that tell when talking and writing Name and know basic concepts (color, objects, opposites, positional, and directional words) Maintain discussion and conversation by paying attention to all speakers Use drawings and captions to tell your story Copy print from your surroundings Attempts to write first names of some friends Use single words and phrases to express ideas in writing Write some letters (at least 10) of the alphabet Write from left to right and top to bottom Begin to use some spacing between words PAST Subtest 3 PAST Subtest 4 Letter/Sound ID (all) Print Concept 19 Print Concept 17 Print Concepts 13, 14 Print Concept 10 Anecdotal notes during read aloud Write your name, draw a circle, color it in Anecdotal notes Anecdotal notes during reader's workshop and read aloud Conferencing during writer's workshop Anecdotal notes during reader's workshop and read aloud Reader's workshop or drama observation December-10 December-10 January 11-12 January-10 January-10 January-10 January-10 November-10 December-10 January-10 January-10 January 10-12 January 19-20 TBD Jan 21, 2010 Dec 1, 2010 Dec 6, 2010 Jan 21, 2010 December 13-17 January 10-12 Jan 21, 2010 Jan 21, 2010 Jan 21, 2010 Jan 21, 2010

Print Concepts 6, 7, 9 (during reader's workshop) January-10

Writing
Writer's workshop folder Math assessment (3.03) Observation during science Writer's workshop folder Write the room center Writing prompt about friends Writer's workshop folder Writer's workshop folder Writer's workshop folder Writer's workshop folder

Math
1.01 1.01a 1.01b 1.01c 1.01d 1.01e 1.03 2.01 2.02 3.03 4.01 4.02 5.01 5.02 Develop number sense for whole numbers through 30 (1-20) Connect model, number word (orally), and number using a variety of representations Count objects in a set Read and write numerals Compare and order sets of numbers Use ordinals (1st-5th) Student counts orally Counting objects and writing the number worksheet in small group w/ offices Counting objects and writing the number worksheet in small group w/ offices State Quarterly Assessment State Quarterly Assessment Jan 20, 2010 Jan 18, 2010 Jan 18, 2010 Jan 18, 2010 Jan 10-14 (centers) Dec 1, 2010 Dec 13, 2010, Dec 20, 2010 January 3 (centers) By January 21 (Rainy day) Dec 1, 2010 Jan 10, 2010, Jan 14, 2010 Jan 10, 2010, Jan 14, 2010 Dec 17, 2010 Dec 8, 2010

Solve problems and share solutions in small groups Anecdotal Notes Compare attributes of 2 objects using appropriate State Quarterly Assessment (p. 62) vocabulary Recognize concepts of calendar time using Calendar questions baseball game appropriate vocabulary (days of the week) Model and use directional and positional vocabulary State Quarterly Assessment Collect and organize data as a group activity Display and describe data as concerte and pictorial graphs as a group activity Sort and classify objects by one attribute Anecdotal Notes Anecdotal Notes State Quarterly Assessment

Create and extend patterns with actions, words, and State Quarterly Assessment objects