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Class Rules, Routines and Procedures  

The classroom rules are as follows:

 

 

 

1.     Listen to the teachers.

 

2.     Be nice to others.

 

3.     Talk quietly indoors.

 

4.     Work and play safely.

 

 Signs to help remember the rules:

 

 

 

1.   Ears Listening

 

2.   Mouth Quiet

 

3.   Feet Walking

 

4.   Hands Helping

 

5.   Eyes Looking

 

 

 

Rewards for keeping the classroom rules:

 

 

 

1.   Stickers

 

2.   Oral praise from the teacher

 

3.   Positive notes sent to parents

 

4.   Positive phone calls home

 

5.   Extra center time

 

6.   Treasure box rewards

 

7.   PBIS Incentives

 

 

 

Behavior system:

 

Students will be encouraged to stay on task and follow directions. If they do not follow the classroom rules or directions then I will use time out in the classroom. A note home, parent/conference or a phone call will be used when necessary. The office will be used as a last resort.

 

 Consequences for breaking rules:

  1. Verbal Warning
  2. 5 or 10 minutes time out in class
  3. Note home in homework folder or phone call to parent
  4. Office referral

 

 

 

Routine Procedures

 

 

 

1.   All students will arrive and immediately get settled at their table, ready to do work.

 

2.   Homework folders will be placed in homework basket upon student’s arrival.

 

3.   Daily assignments for homework are sent home on Mondays in their homework folders with a family homework contract for the week. The PES Agenda book is sent home every day for communication with parents on behavior and any other needs that have to be addressed.

 

4.   All students are to be accompanied by a hall pass in the hallway.

 


Good Start, Grow Smart Pre-K Standards  

Good Start, Grow Smart Standards:

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

First Nine Weeks Objectives

 

Approaches to Learning

 

AL1.1 - Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL2.1 - Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2 - Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 - Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a discovery.

AL3.1 - Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

 

Social/Emotional Development

 

SE1.1 - Describe characteristics of self and others

SE1.3 - Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.5 - Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 - Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 - Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.4 - Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 - Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 - Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 - Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.4 - Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

 

English/Language Arts

 

PK-C1.1 - Begin using appropriate voice level, phrasing, and sentence structure (syntax), and intonation when speaking.

PK-C1.2 - Begin taking turns in conversations and staying on topic.

PK-C1.4 - Begin participating in conversations and discussions and responding appropriately.

PK-C1.5 - Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-C1.7 - Begin using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C1.8 - Continue using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C2.1 - Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.2 - Begin listening to various types of literature read aloud.

PK-C3.2 - Begin making connections between materials from non-print sources and his or her prior knowledge, other sources, and the world.

PK-R1.4 - Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud.

PK-R1.6 - Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 - Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud.

PK-R2.1 - Begin identifying characters in stories read aloud.

PK-R3.1 - Begin recognizing environmental print such as business logos and traffic signs.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.3 - Begin identifying places where words are found, such as books and newspapers.

PK-R3.6 - Begin recognizing rhyming words.

PK-W1.1 - Begin choosing topics and generating ideas about which to write.

PK-W1.2 - Begin writing using a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 - Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 - Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 - Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

PK-W4.1 - Begin copying or printing letters and words, including his or her name.

 

Physical Development and Health

 

PD1.1 - Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD2.3 - Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 - Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2 - Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 - Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 - Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

Second Nine Weeks Objectives

 

 

Approaches to Learning

 

AL1.1 - Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL2.1 - Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2 - Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 - Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a discovery.

AL3.1 - Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

 

Social/Emotional Development

 

SE1.1 - Describe characteristics of self and others

SE1.3 - Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.5 - Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 - Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 - Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.4 - Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 - Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 - Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 - Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.4 - Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

 

English/Language Arts

 

PK-C1.1 - Begin using appropriate voice level, phrasing, and sentence structure (syntax), and intonation when speaking.

PK-C1.2 - Begin taking turns in conversations and staying on topic.

PK-C1.3 - Begin responding in complete sentences.

PK-C1.4 - Begin participating in conversations and discussions and responding appropriately.

PK-C1.5 - Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-C1.6 - Begin participating in creative dramatics.

PK-C1.7 - Begin using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C2.1 - Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.2 - Begin listening to various types of literature read aloud.

PK-C2.3 - Begin listening for meaning in conversations and discussions.

PK-C2.4 - Begin focusing attention on the person who is speaking and listen politely without interrupting.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R1.3 - Begin recognizing the association between spoken and written words.

PK-R1.4 - Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud.

PK-R1.5 - Begin retelling stories.

PK-R1.6 - Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 - Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.3 - Begin identifying places where words are found, such as books and newspapers.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-W1.1 - Begin choosing topics and generating ideas about which to write.

PK-W1.2 - Begin writing using a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 - Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 - Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 - Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

 

Mathematics

 

M-4K-1.4- Locate patterns in the environment.

M-4K-1.5- Classify objects in their environment by color, shape, size or function.

M-4K-3.1- Show awareness of growing patterns in their environment.

M-4K-3.4- Sort and classify objects by one attribute (size, shape, or color).

M-4K-4.1- Identify two-dimensional shapes: circle, square, triangle and rectangle.

M-4K-4.3- Understand and use positional words to describe the location of objects (up, down, in, over, under, behind, on top of and in front of ).

 

Physical Development and Health

 

PD1.1 - Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD2.3 - Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 - Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2 - Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 - Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 - Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

Third Nine Weeks Objectives

 

Approaches to Learning

AL1.1 – Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL1.2 – Demonstrate increasing ability to identify and take appropriate risks in order to learn and demonstrate new skills.

AL2.1 – Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 – Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a   discovery.

AL3.1Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

AL3.2 – Show increasing ability to maintain interest in self-selected activities and play despite distractions and interruptions.

AL3.3Show ability to focus attention for increasing variety of chosen tasks and activities for short periods of time (10-20 minutes).

AL4.1 – Understand a task can be accomplished through several steps.

AL4.2Demonstrate an increasing ability to organize actions and materials in the learning environment.

AL4.3 – Demonstrate an increasing ability to follow through with tasks and activities.

AL4.4Try to solve problems encountered in play.

AL5.1 – Represent prior events and personal experiences in one or more ways.

AL5.2Demonstrate increasing ability to use prior knowledge to understand new experiences.

AL5.3 – Reason about events, relationships, or problems.

AL5.4Demonstrate growing ability to predict possible outcomes based on prior experiences and knowledge.

 

Social/Emotional Development

SE1.1 – Describe characteristics of self and others.

SE1.2 – Demonstrate self direction by making choices among peers, activities, and materials.

SE1.3 – Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.4 – Stand up for rights much of the time.

SE1.5 – Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 – Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 – Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.3 – Manage transitions positively when told what to expect.

SE2.4 – Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 – Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 – Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 – Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.3 – Express fears and concerns to familiar adult.

SE3.4 – Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

SE4.1 – Display emerging social skills of trying to take turns and talk with others during play.

SE4.2 – Develop friendship with one or two preferred children.

SE4.3 – Demonstrate strategies to join play group with adult support.

SE4.4 – Participate in group life of class.

SE4.5 – Interact easily with familiar adults by engaging in conversations, responding to questions and following direction.

 

English/Language Arts

PK-C1.3 – Begin responding in complete sentences.

PK-C1.4 – Begin participating in conversations and discussions and responding appropriately.

PK-C1.5 – Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-C1.6 – Begin participating in creative dramatics.

PK-C1.7 – Begin using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C1.8 – Continue using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C2.1 – Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.2 – Begin listening to various types of literature read aloud.

PK-C2.3 – Begin listening for meaning in conversations and discussions.

PK-C3.2 – Begin making connections between materials from non-print sources and his or her prior knowledge, other sources, and the world.

PK-R1.1 – Begin showing an interest in reading-related activities, such as looking at books during free-choice time, talking about books, and recalling details by looking at pictures.

PK-R1.3 – Begin recognizing the association between spoken and written words.

PK-R1.4 – Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud.

PK-R1.5 – Begin retelling stories.

PK-R1.6 – Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 – Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud.

PK-R3.2 – Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.3 – Begin identifying places where words are found, such as books and newspapers.

PK-RS3.1 – Begin organizing and classifying information by constructing categories.

PK-RS3.2 – Begin organizing information on the basis of observation.

PK-W1.1 – Begin choosing topics and generating ideas about which to write.

PK-W1.2 – Begin writing using a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 – Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 – Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 – Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

 

Physical Development and Health

PD1.1 – Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD1.2 – Coordinate movements to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.1 – Use strength and control to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.2 – Use hand-eye coordination to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.3 – Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 – Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 – Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 – Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

 

Mathematics

M-4K-1.1 - Use emergent mathematical knowledge as a problem-solving tool

M-4K-1.3 - Investigate solutions to simple problems

M-4K-2.2 -Show one-to-one correspondence through ten when counting real objects

M-4K-2.3 -Compare sets of no more than ten objects using the terms “more than” or “same as”

M-4K-3.1-Show awareness of growing patterns in their environment.

M-4K-5.4 -Associate at least two measurement devices with their purposes.

M-4K-6.1-Organize and represent data with real objects

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

Fourth Nine Weeks Objectives

 

Approaches to Learning

AL1.1 – Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL1.2 – Demonstrate increasing ability to identify and take appropriate risks in order to learn and demonstrate new skills.

AL2.1 – Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 – Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a discovery.

AL3.1Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

AL3.2 – Show increasing ability to maintain interest in self-selected activities and play despite distractions and interruptions.

AL3.3Show ability to focus attention for increasing variety of chosen tasks and activities for short periods of time (10-20 minutes).

AL4.1 – Understand a task can be accomplished through several steps.

AL4.2Demonstrate an increasing ability to organize actions and materials in the learning environment.

AL4.3 – Demonstrate an increasing ability to follow through with tasks and activities.

AL4.4Try to solve problems encountered in play.

AL5.1 – Represent prior events and personal experiences in one or more ways.

AL5.2Demonstrate increasing ability to use prior knowledge to understand new experiences.

AL5.3 – Reason about events, relationships, or problems.

AL5.4Demonstrate growing ability to predict possible outcomes based on prior experiences and knowledge.

 

Social/Emotional Development

SE1.1 – Describe characteristics of self and others.

SE1.2 – Demonstrate self-direction by making choices among peers, activities, and materials.

SE1.3 – Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.4 – Stand up for rights much of the time.

SE1.5 – Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 – Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 – Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.3 – Manage transitions positively when told what to expect.

SE2.4 – Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 – Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 – Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 – Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.3 – Express fears and concerns to familiar adult.

SE3.4 – Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

SE4.1 – Display emerging social skills of trying to take turns and talk with others during play.

SE4.2 – Develop friendship with one or two preferred children.

SE4.3 – Demonstrate strategies to join play group with adult support.

SE4.4 – Participate in group life of class.

SE4.5 – Interact easily with familiar adults by engaging in conversations, responding to questions and following direction.

 

 

English/Language Arts

PK-C1.2 – Begin taking turns in conversations and staying on topic.

PK-C1.6 – Begin participating in creative dramatics.

PK-C2.1 – Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.3 – Begin listening for meaning in conversations and discussions.

PK-C3.1 – Begin recognizing non-print sources.

PK-C3.2 – Begin making connections between materials from non-print sources and his or her

PK-R1.4 – Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud. prior knowledge, other sources, and the world.

PK-C1.5 – Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-R1.6 – Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 – Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud

PK-R3.2 – Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.4 – Begin recognizing that words are made up of letters and that letters make sounds. .

PK-R3.6 – Begin recognizing rhyming words.

PK-RS1.1 – Begin asking how and why questions about a topic of interest.

PK-RS2.1 – Begin identifying pictures and charts as sources of information.

PK-RS3.1 – Begin organizing and classifying information by constructing categories.

PK-RS3.2 – Begin organizing information on the basis of observation.

PK-RS3.3 – Begin presenting his or her research findings in a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 – Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 – Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 – Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

 

Physical Development and Health

PD1.1 – Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD1.2 – Coordinate movements to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.1 – Use strength and control to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.2 – Use hand-eye coordination to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.3 – Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 – Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 – Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 – Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

Mathematics

M-4K-1.2 Generate conjectures based on personal experiences and simple reasoning.

M-4K-1.3 Investigate solutions to simple problems.

M-4K-1.6 Use appropriate vocabulary to communicate mathematical ideas.

M-4K-2.2 Show one-to-one correspondence through ten when counting real objects.

M-4K-2.3 Compare sets of no more than ten objects using the terms “more than” or “same as”.

M-4K-3.1 Show awareness of growing patterns in their environment.

M-4K-3.2 Identify and copy a simple pattern.

M-4K-3.3 Recognize a simple pattern and extend

M-4K-3.4 Sort and classify objects by one attribute (size, shape, or color).

M-4K-5.3 Use nonstandard units of measure to compare everyday objects.

M-4K-5.2 Compare the lengths of two objects.

M-4K-2.8 Identify the positions first through tenth using concrete objects.

 


Good Start, Grow Smart Pre-K Standards  

Good Start, Grow Smart Standards:

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

First Nine Weeks Objectives

 

Approaches to Learning

 

AL1.1 - Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL2.1 - Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2 - Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 - Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a discovery.

AL3.1 - Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

 

Social/Emotional Development

 

SE1.1 - Describe characteristics of self and others

SE1.3 - Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.5 - Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 - Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 - Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.4 - Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 - Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 - Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 - Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.4 - Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

 

English/Language Arts

 

PK-C1.1 - Begin using appropriate voice level, phrasing, and sentence structure (syntax), and intonation when speaking.

PK-C1.2 - Begin taking turns in conversations and staying on topic.

PK-C1.4 - Begin participating in conversations and discussions and responding appropriately.

PK-C1.5 - Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-C1.7 - Begin using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C1.8 - Continue using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C2.1 - Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.2 - Begin listening to various types of literature read aloud.

PK-C3.2 - Begin making connections between materials from non-print sources and his or her prior knowledge, other sources, and the world.

PK-R1.4 - Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud.

PK-R1.6 - Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 - Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud.

PK-R2.1 - Begin identifying characters in stories read aloud.

PK-R3.1 - Begin recognizing environmental print such as business logos and traffic signs.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.3 - Begin identifying places where words are found, such as books and newspapers.

PK-R3.6 - Begin recognizing rhyming words.

PK-W1.1 - Begin choosing topics and generating ideas about which to write.

PK-W1.2 - Begin writing using a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 - Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 - Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 - Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

PK-W4.1 - Begin copying or printing letters and words, including his or her name.

 

Physical Development and Health

 

PD1.1 - Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD2.3 - Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 - Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2 - Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 - Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 - Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

Second Nine Weeks Objectives

 

 

Approaches to Learning

 

AL1.1 - Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL2.1 - Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2 - Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 - Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a discovery.

AL3.1 - Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

 

Social/Emotional Development

 

SE1.1 - Describe characteristics of self and others

SE1.3 - Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.5 - Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 - Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 - Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.4 - Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 - Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 - Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 - Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.4 - Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

 

English/Language Arts

 

PK-C1.1 - Begin using appropriate voice level, phrasing, and sentence structure (syntax), and intonation when speaking.

PK-C1.2 - Begin taking turns in conversations and staying on topic.

PK-C1.3 - Begin responding in complete sentences.

PK-C1.4 - Begin participating in conversations and discussions and responding appropriately.

PK-C1.5 - Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-C1.6 - Begin participating in creative dramatics.

PK-C1.7 - Begin using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C2.1 - Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.2 - Begin listening to various types of literature read aloud.

PK-C2.3 - Begin listening for meaning in conversations and discussions.

PK-C2.4 - Begin focusing attention on the person who is speaking and listen politely without interrupting.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R1.3 - Begin recognizing the association between spoken and written words.

PK-R1.4 - Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud.

PK-R1.5 - Begin retelling stories.

PK-R1.6 - Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 - Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.3 - Begin identifying places where words are found, such as books and newspapers.

PK-R3.2 - Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-W1.1 - Begin choosing topics and generating ideas about which to write.

PK-W1.2 - Begin writing using a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 - Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 - Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 - Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

 

Mathematics

 

M-4K-1.4- Locate patterns in the environment.

M-4K-1.5- Classify objects in their environment by color, shape, size or function.

M-4K-3.1- Show awareness of growing patterns in their environment.

M-4K-3.4- Sort and classify objects by one attribute (size, shape, or color).

M-4K-4.1- Identify two-dimensional shapes: circle, square, triangle and rectangle.

M-4K-4.3- Understand and use positional words to describe the location of objects (up, down, in, over, under, behind, on top of and in front of ).

 

Physical Development and Health

 

PD1.1 - Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD2.3 - Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 - Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2 - Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 - Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 - Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

Third Nine Weeks Objectives

 

Approaches to Learning

AL1.1 – Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL1.2 – Demonstrate increasing ability to identify and take appropriate risks in order to learn and demonstrate new skills.

AL2.1 – Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 – Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a   discovery.

AL3.1Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

AL3.2 – Show increasing ability to maintain interest in self-selected activities and play despite distractions and interruptions.

AL3.3Show ability to focus attention for increasing variety of chosen tasks and activities for short periods of time (10-20 minutes).

AL4.1 – Understand a task can be accomplished through several steps.

AL4.2Demonstrate an increasing ability to organize actions and materials in the learning environment.

AL4.3 – Demonstrate an increasing ability to follow through with tasks and activities.

AL4.4Try to solve problems encountered in play.

AL5.1 – Represent prior events and personal experiences in one or more ways.

AL5.2Demonstrate increasing ability to use prior knowledge to understand new experiences.

AL5.3 – Reason about events, relationships, or problems.

AL5.4Demonstrate growing ability to predict possible outcomes based on prior experiences and knowledge.

 

Social/Emotional Development

SE1.1 – Describe characteristics of self and others.

SE1.2 – Demonstrate self direction by making choices among peers, activities, and materials.

SE1.3 – Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.4 – Stand up for rights much of the time.

SE1.5 – Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 – Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 – Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.3 – Manage transitions positively when told what to expect.

SE2.4 – Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 – Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 – Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 – Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.3 – Express fears and concerns to familiar adult.

SE3.4 – Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

SE4.1 – Display emerging social skills of trying to take turns and talk with others during play.

SE4.2 – Develop friendship with one or two preferred children.

SE4.3 – Demonstrate strategies to join play group with adult support.

SE4.4 – Participate in group life of class.

SE4.5 – Interact easily with familiar adults by engaging in conversations, responding to questions and following direction.

 

English/Language Arts

PK-C1.3 – Begin responding in complete sentences.

PK-C1.4 – Begin participating in conversations and discussions and responding appropriately.

PK-C1.5 – Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-C1.6 – Begin participating in creative dramatics.

PK-C1.7 – Begin using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C1.8 – Continue using oral language for a variety of purposes.

PK-C2.1 – Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.2 – Begin listening to various types of literature read aloud.

PK-C2.3 – Begin listening for meaning in conversations and discussions.

PK-C3.2 – Begin making connections between materials from non-print sources and his or her prior knowledge, other sources, and the world.

PK-R1.1 – Begin showing an interest in reading-related activities, such as looking at books during free-choice time, talking about books, and recalling details by looking at pictures.

PK-R1.3 – Begin recognizing the association between spoken and written words.

PK-R1.4 – Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud.

PK-R1.5 – Begin retelling stories.

PK-R1.6 – Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 – Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud.

PK-R3.2 – Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.3 – Begin identifying places where words are found, such as books and newspapers.

PK-RS3.1 – Begin organizing and classifying information by constructing categories.

PK-RS3.2 – Begin organizing information on the basis of observation.

PK-W1.1 – Begin choosing topics and generating ideas about which to write.

PK-W1.2 – Begin writing using a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 – Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 – Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 – Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

 

Physical Development and Health

PD1.1 – Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD1.2 – Coordinate movements to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.1 – Use strength and control to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.2 – Use hand-eye coordination to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.3 – Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 – Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 – Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 – Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

 

Mathematics

M-4K-1.1 - Use emergent mathematical knowledge as a problem-solving tool

M-4K-1.3 - Investigate solutions to simple problems

M-4K-2.2 -Show one-to-one correspondence through ten when counting real objects

M-4K-2.3 -Compare sets of no more than ten objects using the terms “more than” or “same as”

M-4K-3.1-Show awareness of growing patterns in their environment.

M-4K-5.4 -Associate at least two measurement devices with their purposes.

M-4K-6.1-Organize and represent data with real objects

 

Good Start Grow Smart Standards/Pacing Chart

 

Fourth Nine Weeks Objectives

 

Approaches to Learning

AL1.1 – Show creativity and imagination using materials in representational play.

AL1.2 – Demonstrate increasing ability to identify and take appropriate risks in order to learn and demonstrate new skills.

AL2.1 – Show curiosity in an increasing variety of activities, tasks, and learning centers.

AL2.2Demonstrate eagerness and interest as a learner by questioning and adding ideas.

AL2.3 – Demonstrate delight or satisfaction when completing a task, solving a problem, or making a discovery.

AL3.1Demonstrate growing initiative in selecting and carrying out activities.

AL3.2 – Show increasing ability to maintain interest in self-selected activities and play despite distractions and interruptions.

AL3.3Show ability to focus attention for increasing variety of chosen tasks and activities for short periods of time (10-20 minutes).

AL4.1 – Understand a task can be accomplished through several steps.

AL4.2Demonstrate an increasing ability to organize actions and materials in the learning environment.

AL4.3 – Demonstrate an increasing ability to follow through with tasks and activities.

AL4.4Try to solve problems encountered in play.

AL5.1 – Represent prior events and personal experiences in one or more ways.

AL5.2Demonstrate increasing ability to use prior knowledge to understand new experiences.

AL5.3 – Reason about events, relationships, or problems.

AL5.4Demonstrate growing ability to predict possible outcomes based on prior experiences and knowledge.

 

Social/Emotional Development

SE1.1 – Describe characteristics of self and others.

SE1.2 – Demonstrate self-direction by making choices among peers, activities, and materials.

SE1.3 – Demonstrate confidence by participating in most classroom activities.

SE1.4 – Stand up for rights much of the time.

SE1.5 – Respond respectfully to positive and negative feedback from adults most of the time.

SE2.1 – Follow classroom rules and procedures with reminders.

SE2.2 – Use classroom materials responsibly, most of the time.

SE2.3 – Manage transitions positively when told what to expect.

SE2.4 – Recognize effect on others of own behavior most of the time.

SE2.5 – Demonstrate with adult guidance simple techniques to solve social problems.

SE3.1 – Recognize own feelings and describe them some of the time.

SE3.2 – Develop strategies to express strong emotion with adult help.

SE3.3 – Express fears and concerns to familiar adult.

SE3.4 – Show awareness and respond to feelings of others with adult guidance and support.

SE4.1 – Display emerging social skills of trying to take turns and talk with others during play.

SE4.2 – Develop friendship with one or two preferred children.

SE4.3 – Demonstrate strategies to join play group with adult support.

SE4.4 – Participate in group life of class.

SE4.5 – Interact easily with familiar adults by engaging in conversations, responding to questions and following direction.

 

 

English/Language Arts

PK-C1.2 – Begin taking turns in conversations and staying on topic.

PK-C1.6 – Begin participating in creative dramatics.

PK-C2.1 – Begin following one- and two-step oral directions.

PK-C2.3 – Begin listening for meaning in conversations and discussions.

PK-C3.1 – Begin recognizing non-print sources.

PK-C3.2 – Begin making connections between materials from non-print sources and his or her

PK-R1.4 – Begin making connections to prior knowledge, other texts, and the world in response to texts read aloud. prior knowledge, other sources, and the world.

PK-C1.5 – Begin participating in choral speaking of short poems and rhymes, songs, and stories with repeated patterns.

PK-R1.6 – Begin recalling details in texts read aloud.

PK-R1.8 – Begin using pictures and words to make predictions about stories read aloud

PK-R3.2 – Begin understanding how print is organized and read using concepts about print.

PK-R3.4 – Begin recognizing that words are made up of letters and that letters make sounds. .

PK-R3.6 – Begin recognizing rhyming words.

PK-RS1.1 – Begin asking how and why questions about a topic of interest.

PK-RS2.1 – Begin identifying pictures and charts as sources of information.

PK-RS3.1 – Begin organizing and classifying information by constructing categories.

PK-RS3.2 – Begin organizing information on the basis of observation.

PK-RS3.3 – Begin presenting his or her research findings in a variety of formats.

PK-W1.2.1 – Begin using oral language, pictures, and/or letters to create stories about experiences, people, objects, and events.

PK-W2.1 – Begin using oral language, drawing pictures, and/or using letters to explain.

PK-W3.1 – Begin responding to texts read aloud by conversing with others, drawing pictures, and writing letters or words.

 

Physical Development and Health

PD1.1 – Move with balance and control while walking, running, jumping, marching, hopping, and galloping.

PD1.2 – Coordinate movements to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.1 – Use strength and control to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.2 – Use hand-eye coordination to perform more complex tasks.

PD2.3 – Show beginning control of drawing and writing tools.

PD3.1 – Perform some self-care tasks independently.

PD3.2Follow basic health rules most of the time.

PD3.3 – Follow basic safety rules most of the time.

PD3.4 – Demonstrate adequate stamina and strength for program activities.

 

Mathematics

M-4K-1.2 Generate conjectures based on personal experiences and simple reasoning.

M-4K-1.3 Investigate solutions to simple problems.

M-4K-1.6 Use appropriate vocabulary to communicate mathematical ideas.

M-4K-2.2 Show one-to-one correspondence through ten when counting real objects.

M-4K-2.3 Compare sets of no more than ten objects using the terms “more than” or “same as”.

M-4K-3.1 Show awareness of growing patterns in their environment.

M-4K-3.2 Identify and copy a simple pattern.

M-4K-3.3 Recognize a simple pattern and extend

M-4K-3.4 Sort and classify objects by one attribute (size, shape, or color).

M-4K-5.3 Use nonstandard units of measure to compare everyday objects.

M-4K-5.2 Compare the lengths of two objects.

M-4K-2.8 Identify the positions first through tenth using concrete objects.