|Art||VA:Cr1.1.Ka.||Engage in exploration and imaginative play with materials.|
|VA:Cr2.1.Ka.||Through experimentation, build skills in various media and approaches to art-making.|
|VA:Cr3.1.Ka.||Explain the process of making art while creating.|
|VA:Re7.1.Ka.||Identify uses of art within one’s personal environment.|
|VA:Re7.2.Ka.||Describe what an image represents.|
|VA:Re9.1.Ka.||Explain reasons for selecting a preferred artwork.|
|ELA||L.K.1||I can print all upper case and lower case letters. (L.K.1a)|
I can use nouns and verbs. (L.K.1b)
I can form plural nouns by adding an /s/ or /es/ to words. (L.K.1c)
I can use question words (who, what, when, where, why, and how). (L.K.1d)
I can use words prepositions (e.g., to, from, in, out, on, off, of, why, how.) (L.K.1e)
I can produce complete sentences in class activities. (L.K.1f)
|L.K.2||I can capitalize the first word in a sentence and the word ‘I’. (L.K.2a)|
I can find and name a period, question mark and exclamation point. (L.K.2b)
I can write the letters for most of the sounds I hear. (L.K.2c)
I can spell words by writing the sounds I hear. (L.K.2d)
|RF.K.1||I can follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page. (RF.K.1a)|
I know that the words I say can be written with letters. (RF.K.1b)
I know words are separated by spaces in print. (RF.K.1c)
I can recognize and name all upper letters. (RF.K.1.d.1)
I can recognize and name all upper and lowercase letters. (RF.K.1.d.2)
|RF.K.2||I can tell you what words rhyme. (RF.K.2a)|
I can make new rhymes. (RF.K.2a)
I can break words into parts and count the syllables. (RF.K.2b)
I can put-together/blend word parts back together. (RF.K.2c)
I can say the beginning, middle vowel and last sound in simple words. (RF.K.2d)
I can change sounds to make new words. (RF.K.2e)
|RF.K.3||I can match letters to their sounds. (RF.K.3a)|
I know the two sounds a vowel makes. (RF.K.3b)
I can read common high frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).(RF.K.3c)
I can use sounds to tell similar words apart. (RF.K.3d)
|RF.K.4||I can read grade level books on my own.|
|W.K.1||I can write, draw and tell about something I like or do not like. (Opinion)|
|W.K.2||I can write, draw and tell about something I have learned. (Informative)|
|W.K.3||I can write, draw and say what happened to tell a story. (Narrative)|
|Library||IL.1.K.1||Students will be introduced to the library, understands to basic job of the Library Media Specialist, book checkout process, and how to care for library material.|
|IL.1.K.4||Students will be able to relay the following parts of a book with support: cover, spine, title, author, and illustrator.|
|IL.3.K.3||Students will be able to understand the basics of fiction and nonfiction material by looking at visual clues.|
|PG.6.K.6||Student will recognize award winning books by the medal depicted on the cover, and they will begin to self-select appropriate material for their interests.|
|SR.4.K.2||Students will be introduced to Common Sense Media with one unit consisting of five lessons on digital citizenship geared appropriately for kindergarten.|
|Math||K.CC.A.1||I can count to 100 by ones and tens.|
|K.CC.A.2||I can count forward starting at a given number.|
|K.CC.A.3||I can write numbers from 0-20.|
I can write a number for a group of 0-20 objects.
|K.CC.B.4||I can tell if the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to a group of objects in another group.|
I can put numbers in order.
I can count a group by saying one number name for each item in the standard order.
I can name a group of objects by using the last number counted.
I can understand that going up one in the counting order is making the quantity one
I can count to tell how many.
|K.CC.B.5||I can count to answer “how many?” questions in a group up to 20 no matter how they are arranged.|
|K.CC.C.7||I can compare two numbers between 1 and 10.|
|K.G.A.1||I can find shapes around me.|
I can tell where shapes are. (above, below, beside, in front of, behind, next to)
|K.G.A.2||Correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size.|
|K.OA.A.2||I can solve addition word problems within 10 by using objects or drawings.|
I can solve subtraction word problems within 10 by using objects or drawings.
|K.OA.A.3||I can take apart numbers less than or equal to 10.|
|K.OA.A.5||5. Fluently add and subtract within 5.|
|Music||MU:Cr1.1.Ka.||With guidance, explore and experience music concepts (such as beat and melodic contour).|
|MU:Cr2.1.Kb.||With guidance, organize personal musical ideas using iconic notation and/or recording technology.|
|MU:Pr4.2.Ka.||With guidance, explore and demonstrate awareness of music contrasts (such as high/low, loud/soft, same/different) in a variety of music selected for performance.|
|MU:Pr6.1.Ka.||With guidance, perform music with expression.|
|MU:Pr6.1.Kb.||Perform appropriately for the audience.|
|MU:Re8.1.Ka.||With guidance, demonstrate awareness of expressive qualities (such as dynamics and tempo) that reflect creators’/performers’ expressive intent.|
|MU:Re9.1.Ka.||With guidance, apply personal and expressive preferences in the evaluation of music.|
|PE||PK-2.E1||Students demonstrate healthy ways to communicate.|
Demonstrate healthy ways to express needs, wants, and feelings.
Distinguish between verbal and nonverbal communication.
Make requests to promote personal health.
Demonstrate listening skills to enhance health.
Demonstrate ways to respond to an unwanted, threatening, or dangerous situation including telling a trusted adult if threatened or harmed.
|PK-2.G2||Students demonstrate a variety of locomotor skills.|
Demonstrate correct technique for a variety of locomotor skills.
Demonstrate a locomotor skill applying changes in direction, level, and/or pathway.
Demonstrate combinations of locomotor skills.
|PK-2.H3||Students participate in physical activities to introduce the health-related fitness components of flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, and muscular strength.|
|PK-2.I1||Students demonstrate taking turns and sharing while participating in physical activities.|
|PK-2.I2||Students follow procedures for safe behaviors, including maintaining appropriate personal space, while participating in physical activities.|
|PK-2.I3||Students identify safety rules and rule of play for games/physical activities.|
|Science||K-2-ETS1-1||I can ask questions, make observations, and gather information about a situation people want to change to define a simple problem that can be solved through the development of a new or improved object or tool.|
|K-2-ETS1-2||I can develop a simple sketch, drawing, or physical model to illustrate how the shape of an object helps it function as needed to solve a given problem.|
|K-2-ETS1-3||I can analyze data from tests of two objects designed to solve the same problem to compare the strengths and weaknesses of how each performs.|
|K-ESS2-1||I can use and share observations of local weather conditions to describe patterns over time.|
|K-ESS3-1||I can use a model to represent the relationship between the needs of different plants or animals (including humans) and the places they live.|
|K-ESS3-2||I can ask questions to obtain information about the purpose of weather forecasting to prepare for, and respond to severe weather.|
|K-ESS3-3||I can communicate solutions that will reduce the impact of humans on the land, water, air and/or other living things in the local environment.|
|K-LS1-1||I can use observations to describe patterns of what plants and animals (including humans) need to survive.|
|K-PS2-1||I can plan and conduct an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object.|
|K-PS2-2||I can analyze data to determine if a design solution works as intended to change the speed or direction of an object with a push or a pull.|
|K-PS3-1||I can make observations to determine the effect of sunlight on Earth’s surface.|
|K-PS3-2||I can use tools and materials to design and build a structure that will reduce the warming effect of sunlight on an area.|
|Social Studies||B1a||I can describe and provide examples of democratic ideals.|
|B1b||I can recognize symbols, monuments, celebrations, and leaders of local State, and national government.|
|B1c||I can identify community workers and volunteers and the roles they play in promoting the common good.|
|B2a||I can describe rights, duties, and responsibilities including how students participate in some classroom decisions and are obliged to follow classroom rules.|
|B2b||I can explain the purpose of school/classroom rules and laws encountered in daily experiences to promote the common good and the peaceful resolution of conflict.|
|D1a||I can explain that geography is the study of the Earth’s surface and peoples.|
|D1b||I can create visual representations of the immediate neighborhood and community.|
|E1a||I can describe history as “stories” of the past.|
|E1b||I can identify a few key figures and events from personal history, and the history of the community, Maine, and the United States, especially those associated with historically-based traditions.|