First Quarter Expectations These are the benchmarks that your child is expected to have mastered by the end of first quarter. Math · Students can count to 25. · Students can identify and write numbers 1-10. · Students can count a set of up to 10 objects, record how many there are in the set, and make an equivalent set. · Students can represent the numbers 1-10 with objects or drawings. · Students can identify circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles. Literacy · Students can identify characters and setting of the story. · Students can identify the author and illustrator and explain their roles. · Students can identify the title, title page, and front and back covers of a book. · Students can recognize and name 26 out of 52 uppercase and lowercase letters. · Students can read 8 or more sight words · Students will write his/her name with a capital letter at the beginning and the rest using lowercase. Writing · Students can use pictures and words to write. Social Studies · Students can identify why people follow rules in their classroom, school, and neighborhood. · Students can explain similarities in themselves and others. · Students can understand positive relationships through fair play and friendship. Science · Students can explain different ways objects and organisms move. · Students can use positional words to describe where an object is.

First Quarter ExpectationsThese are the benchmarks that your child is expected to have mastered by the end of first quarter.

Math· Students can count to 25.

· Students can identify and write numbers 1-10.

· Students can count a set of up to 10 objects, record how many there are in the set, and make an equivalent set.

· Students can represent the numbers 1-10 with objects or drawings.

· Students can identify circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles.

Literacy· Students can identify characters and setting of the story.

· Students can identify the author and illustrator and explain their roles.

· Students can identify the title, title page, and front and back covers of a book.

· Students can recognize and name 26 out of 52 uppercase and lowercase letters.

· Students can read 8 or more sight words

· Students will write his/her name with a capital letter at the beginning and the rest using lowercase.

Writing· Students can use pictures and words to write.

Social Studies

· Students can identify why people follow rules in their classroom, school, and neighborhood.

· Students can explain similarities in themselves and others.

· Students can understand positive relationships through fair play and friendship.

Science· Students can explain different ways objects and organisms move.

· Students can use positional words to describe where an object is.