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