Kindergarten End of the Year Goals


·         Reads numbers 0-100
·         Represents numbers 0-31
·         Counts forward to 100
·         Counts backward from 20-0
·         Counts to identify sets of numbers to 20
·         Names numbers one more and one less than (0-20)
·         Names numbers greater than and less than 20
·         Compares and orders whole numbers from 0-20
·         Finds sums and differences between numbers 0-10
·         Composes and decomposes numbers up to 10
·         Recognizes and continues patterns  abab  abbabb  abcabc  growing patterns 
·         Recognizes two and three dimensional shapes
     circle, square, triangle, rectangle, diamond/rhombus, oval
     sphere, cube, cone, cylinder
·         Sorts objects by attributes
·         Demonstrates concepts of measurement

  • Understands concepts of print
  • Demonstrates understanding of spoken words, syllables and sounds
  • Knows and applies decoding skills
  • Reads sight words
  • Reads grade level text fluently and accurately
  • Understands grade level text
  • Determines the meaning of words and phrases
  • Communicates idea through drawing, dictating and writing
  • Spells simple words phonetically
  • Prints legibly
  • Applies capitalization, punctuation and spacing

In our study of Life Science, students will participate in outdoor classroom observations and learn about their 5 senses, plants, animals, weather, and what is living/ non-living.  In addition to classroom engineering projects students will discuss and complete challenges around a Gingerbread Man theme.  For Physical Science, students will use the Foss curriculum to explore paper, wood, fabric and discuss what is man-made vs.nature made.

  • Sorts objects into two groups, those found in nature and human made
  • Describes changes in seasons and weather.
  • Differentiates between living and non-living
  • Makes accurate observations and comparisons of plants and animals
  • Sorts objects by color, size, shape and texture
  • Identifies the sun as a source of heat and light
  • Identifies the external parts of a variety of plants and animals
Social Studies
  • Names and understands school rules  
  • Distinguishes between needs and wants, goods and services  
  • Recognizes a map and a globe and identifies basic land forms  
  • Compares and contrasts the past and the present  
Personal Growth
  • Demonstrates effective organizational skills
  • Follows directions
  • Uses time wisely
  • Sustains attention throughout tasks
  • Listens attentively
  • Respects others and property
  • Follows school rules
  • Contributes positively to the group
Our Mission

The mission of Wildwood Elementary School, the joyful Zephyr family dedicated to building the foundational pathway of learner agency and personal excellence, is to ensure that each student has intrinsic passion for life and learning with compassion for oneself and others, through a vital system distinguished by:

  • A culture of exploration, play, wonder, and creativity
  • An equitable learning experience for all 
  • A community that builds authentic relationships, a sense of belonging, collaboration, and trust 
  • A culture that views challenges as opportunities to persevere and grow 
  • An array of exceptional and global learning experiences that cultivate academic, social, and emotional growth
Wildwood Elementary School ISD #832
8698 75th Street North, Stillwater, MN 55082
Phone: 651.407.2100
Fax: 651.407.2125
Attendance: 651.407.2108
Our School
At Wildwood Elementary School, we honor the whole child and teach future-ready skills of inspiring curiosity, embracing change, and turning ideas into action. Our talented teachers and staff members work with students in small class sizes and nurture a culture of excellence that has become the expectation and norm. Our students learn social-emotional skills alongside academic core areas in order to gain the foundation for academic success. In addition, they have the opportunity to engage in learning with specialists in gym, art, media, music, and STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) classes. Our elementary school is surrounded by green space and our students enjoy recess at our natural playground and attend classes in our outdoor classroom. We have an engaged and supportive parent community who volunteers and supports the school with academic opportunities and tools. Our District is a leader in engineering and science and we value academic areas that will spark curiosity, fuel creativity, and instill a lifelong passion for innovation in our students.