# Cedarburg School District

4th Quarter
Individual Profile of Math Progress

Learning Target

NS
Needs Strengthening (0-29)

DV
Developing (30-46) (30-46) (51-93) (60-90) Demonstrates some understanding, but inaccurate response

SC
Secure (47-50) (47-50) (94-100) (to 100) Reasonable Response

EX
Exceeds Expectations 100% of 10 numbers tested (100-299) X X Beyond 100 to 200 X

Recognizes Numerals to Represent Quantity
Recognizes numerals 0-50 Counts objects 1-50 with one-to-one correspondence Counts numerals to 100 with one-to-one correspondence Counts by tens to 100 Estimate the number of objects in a group Random Response (0-29) (0-50) (0-50)

Writes Numerals to Represent Quantity Reversals of numbers are okay, but transposed numbers are not.
Writes numerals to 30 – written consecutively 0-19 20-27 Writes to 28+ with no errors Add to 51 strategy without prompts 90%-100% correct Writes to 100 AND 100% of random 10 numbers tested (101-299) Add to 102 or more strategies without prompts Accurately Adds 2 digit numbers

Solves Problems Using a Variety of Strategies Showing Understanding of the Process of Addition
Adds numbers for sums Read and write number sentences using the + and = for addition to 10 Attempts adding to 5Incorrect answer with prompts or no response 0%-60% correct Add to 51 strategy with prompts 61%-89% correct

Recognizes and Sorts Two and Three Dimensional Objects
Sort objects by attributes Name and describe flat shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle and oval) Name and describe solid shapes (cubes and spheres) Sorts 0-1 ways with prompts Sorts 2-3 ways with prompts (4-6) Sorts 3 ways without prompts All 7 Sorts 4 or more ways without prompts All 7 and pyramid, rectangular prism, cylinder, cone

(0-3)

Solves Problems Using a Variety of Strategies Showing Understanding of the Process of Subtraction
Subtracts numbers to find differences Read and write number sentences using the and = using numbers 10 or less. Attempts subtracting from 5Incorrect answer with prompts or no response 0%-60% correct Subtracts from 5 1 strategy with prompts 61%-89% correct Subtracts from 5 1 strategy without prompts 90%-100% correct Subtracts from 102 or more strategies without prompts Accurately Subtracts 2 digit numbers

Constructs and Interprets Graphs
Gather, sort, and order data to create pictographs and bar graphs that organize and display quantities Read and verbally interpret, predict, and make generalizations about data Data does not represent graph No understanding of concept (0 Correct) Recognizes and understands the value of 0-1 coins No understanding Tell time to the hour on an analog and a digital clock Some data matches the graph Some understanding of concepts (1-2 acceptable responses) Recognizes and understands the value of 2-3 coins Tells time using one tool Survey data matches the graph Fully understands concepts (3-4 acceptable responses) Recognizes and understands the value of 4 coins Tells time using both tools X Adds additional information to express advanced mathematical thinking Accurately combines coin values to a sum of \$1.00 or less X

Understands Concept of Measurement
Identify the value of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter

Kindergarten Communication Arts Rubric Quarter Four Standard
Demonstrates listening comprehension

Learning Targets for quarter 4
Retell a short story (beginning, middle and end) Use Sunflower House • Uses a variety of strategies to derive meaning from text (context clues, sequencing) • Reading level 3-4 • Uses a variety of comprehension strategies • Making predictions and using prior knowledge Use Rigby Running Records • Identifies 54 sight words Use District Kindergarten Words • Associates sounds with letters (consonants) • Recognizes upper case letters • Recognizes lower case letters •

Needs Strengthening
Unable to retell and place events in correct sequence

Developing
Retells and places most events in correct sequence

Secur

Retells and all event correct seq

Rigby level 0-1

Rigby level 2

Rigby leve

Identifies 0-30 0-14 0-23 0-23 0-2 skills

Identifies 31-47 15-20 24-25 24-25 3-4 skills

Identifies

Demonstrates phonemic awareness

All 2l

Understand the concepts of print

• Recognizes word families Mastering a skill is 100% of that given skill Use Phonemic Awareness District Assessment • Directionality (top/down, left/right, front/back) • Spoken word to print match Use District Concepts of Print Assessment •
• • Writes upper case letters (reversals ok) Writes lower case letters Writes first and last name Expresses ideas on paper

26 26 5-6 ski

0-4

5-10

All 11

Writes to represent thoughts and ideas

0-21 0-14 Incorrect Represents 1 phoneme or less in a word Never

22-23 15-21 Some errors Represents more than 1 phoneme in a word Rarely

24-26

Participates in conversations with adults and peers

• • • • •

Demonstrates conventions of writing (includes spacing, punctuation, capitalization) Listens with understanding Ask questions to get information Expresses ideas Eye contact Voice level

22-26 Correct up lower case Represent phonemes word Sometim

Rarely

Sometimes

Alway