What Kindergarteners Should Know
Sep 29, 2008 Young Learners 3962 Views
It is so important for every child to be prepared for the educational field. A good way for sucess is to be prepared.
Parents can find the expectations of their child's grade and help them achieve those standards. This can be done through many differenet tutoring and online, instant homework help sessions, your child's expectations can be reached. Online tutors are aware of the expectations of each national grade level and focus on the students reaching their learning capacity.
Kindergarteners should focus on the sight words and high frequency words for beginning readers. If you need additional information, contact info@links-for-learning to receive the top High Frequency/ Sight Words Link and the Balanced Literacy Links. Here are some expectations for kindergarteners.
What Kindergarteners Can Do
Recognize and begin to write alphabet letters Match Spoken and Written Words Know Rhyming Words Know Beginning Sounds in Words Know sound-letter Correspondences Understand Concepts of Pring Begin to write some High-Frequency Words Retell simple narrative or informational texts Enjoy being read to Use Descriptive language to explain and explore Write their first and last names Identify initial and final sounds in spoken words know sounds associated with many letters, especially consonants Use sound-letter correspondences in invented spellings Participate in read alouds with increasingly complex comments and answers to teacher's questions Read simple text as year progresses Write Simple Narrative as the Year Progresses
*from the International Reading Association and the National Association of Educators of Young CHildren in their Joint Statement about developmentally appropriate literacy expectations for kindergarten children.