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MA Frameworks: CCSS Pre-K Standards
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Reading Literature
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RL.PK.1I can ask and answer questions about a story or poem
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RL.PK.2I can retell a sequence of events from a story read aloud
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RL.PK.3I can act out characters and events from a story or poem read aloud
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RL.PK.4I can ask and answer questions about unfamiliar words in a story or poem read aloud
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RL.PK.6I can"read" the illustrations in a picture book by describing a character or place depicted, or by telling how a sequence of events unfolds
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RL.PK.7I can make predictions about what happens next in a picture book after examining and discussing the illustrations
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RL.PK.8aI can respond with movement or clapping to a regular beat in poetry or song
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RL.PK.9I can make connections between a story or poem and my own experiences
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RL.PK.10I can listen actively as an individual and as a member of a group to literature that is read aloud
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Reading Informational Text
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RI.PK.1I can ask and answer questions about an informational text read aloud
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RI.PK.2I can recall important facts form an informational text after hearing it read aloud
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RI.PK.3I can represent or act out concepts learned from hearing an informational text read aloud (e.g., make a skyscraper out of blocks after listening to a book about cities)
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RI.PK.4I can ask and answer questions about unfamiliar words in an informational text read aloud
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RI.PK.6I can "read" illustrations in an informational picture book by describing facts learned from the pictures (e.g., how a seed grows into a plant)
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RI.PK.7I can describe important details from an illustration or photograph
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RI.PK.9I can identify several books on a favorite topic or several books by a favorite author or illustrator
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RI.PK.10I can listen actively as an individual and as a member of a group to a variety of age appropriate informational texts read aloud
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Reading Foundational Skills
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RF.PK.1aI can handle books respectfully and appropriately holding them right-side-up and turning pages one at a time from front to back
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RF.PK.1dI can recognize and name some upper and lowercase letters in the alphabet and can name the letters that are in my own name
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RF.PK.2aI can recognize and produce rhyming words (e.g., identify words that rhyme with /cat/ such as /bat/ and /sat/)
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RF.PK.2bI can segment words in a simple sentence by clapping and naming the number of words in the sentence
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RF.PK.2cI can identify the initial sound of a spoken word and with support name sever other words that have the same initial sound
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RF.PK.3aI can link an initial sound to a picture of an object that begins with that sound and with support to the matching printed letter
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RF.PK.3cI can recognize my own name and some common signs and labels
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Writing Standards
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W.PK.1I can tell you words to express my preference or opinion about a topic (e.g., "I would like to go the fire station to see the truck and meet the firemen.")
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W.PK.2I can either draw or explain information about a topic
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W.PK.3I can draw or can tell a real or imagined story
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W.PK.6I can recognize that digital tools (e.g., computers, cell phones, cameras) are used for communication and with support I can use them to show pictures or words that convey a message
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Speaking and Listening
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SL.PK.1I can participate in conversations with peers and adults in small and large group settings
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SL.PK.1a
I can follow rules for speaking and listening during groups (e.g, taking turns talking, asking questions and waiting for an answer, gaining the floor in appropriate ways)
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SL.PK.1b
I can continue a conversation with multiple exchanges
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SL.PK.2 & 3
I can recall information for short periods of time and retell, act out or represent information from a text read aloud, a recording, or a video
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SL.PK.4I can describe a personal experience by telling real or imagined stories
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SL.PK.5I can add drawings or other visual displaysand explain them to others
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SL.PK.6I can speak with an appropriate voice level and express thoughts, feelings, and ideas
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Language
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L.PK.1I can communicate with peers and adults in informal everyday activities
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L.PK.1.bI can use frequently occurring nouns and verbs
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L.PK.1.cI can use regular plural nouns by adding s or es sound to words when there are more than one orally
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L.PK.1.dI can use question words appropriately
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L.PK.1.eI can use prepositions (to, from, in, out, on, off, for, of, by, with)
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L.PK.1.fI can speak in complete sentences
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L.PK.1.gI can use words to express concepts related to length, area, weight, capacity and volume
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L.PK.4.aI can name words that are similar in meaning (e.g., happy/glad, angry/mad)
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L.PK.5.aI can sort common objects into categories (e.g., shapes, foods)
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L.PK.5.cI can use and apply words I learned in school in context
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L.PK.6I can use words and phrases learned from conversations,l listening to books read aloud, activities and play
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Counting and Cardinality
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PK.CC.1I can listen to and say the names of numbers in meaningful contexts
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PK.CC.2I can recognize and name numbers in writing from 1-10
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PK.CC.3I can understand numbers and quantities from 0 to 10
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PK.CC.4I can count objects and actions up to 10 one by one and count as many as 7 objects in a scattered configuration
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PK.CC.5I can tell you if a group has more than or less than or is equal to when I compare and describe collections
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Operations and Algebraic Thinking
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PK.OA.1I can use objects to model addition (putting together) and subtraction (taking away) in problems with up to 5 objects
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Measurement and Data
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PK.MD.1I can describe objects by using measurable attributes of length, area, weight, and capacity using vocabulary such as long, short, tall, heavy, light, big, small, wide and narrow.
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PK.MD.2I can compare the length, weight and capacity of two objects (e.g., longer/shorter, same length; heavier/lighter, same weight, holds more/less, holds the same amount)
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PK.MD.3I can sort, categorize and classify objects by more than one attribute
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PK.MD.4I can recognize that certain objects are coins and that dollars and coins represent money
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Geometry
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PK.G.1I can describe the position of objects in the environment using words such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to
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PK.G.2I can identify two-dimensional shapes (squares, circles, triangles, rectangles)
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PK.G.3I can create three-dimensional shapes (ball/sphere, square box/cube, tube/cylander) using manipulatives such as popsicle sticks, blocks or pipe cleaners
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