 South Lexington School and Developmental Center
 Course/Class Expectations
McElveen, Eleanor
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Class Expectations:
Every child is a different kind of flower and all together, make this world a beatiful garden.
 Come to school daily and ready to learn.
 Complete classwork and homework
 Read a take home book nightly
 Make this classroom a Beautiful Flower! First Quarter Expectations:
 identify 35 letters
 recognize 15 sight words
 know/produce 20 letter sounds
 find the front of a book
 find the title
 know where to start reading
 point under words (track print)
 count to 20
 count on from a given number (for example start at 4 and count to 10)
 count sets to 10 and match the correct number
 write numbers 010
 adding 1 more (for example, if I have 3 cubes and added 1 more, how many would there be?)
 draw and identify circle, triangle, hexagon, square and rectangle
 recognize cone, sphere, cylinder, cube
 sort solid shapes and flat shapes
 understand and demonstrate directional/positional words (beside, inside, in front of, below, above, under)
 sort objects by attribute (color, size, shape)
 write name
Second Quarter Expectations
 identify 45 letters
 recognize 40 sight words
 know/produce 24 sounds
 orally recognizes rhyme
 orally generates rhyme
 find the front and back of the book
 identify the title
 point under words
 know where to begin reading
 know that print conveys a meaning
 first/last concept
 understand basic punctuation (period, exclamation point, question mark, quotation marks)
 read a level C book with comprehension skills
 count forward to 50
 show numbers 020
 match numbers to sets 020
 read and write numbers 020
 demonstrate directional/positional words (in, beside, behind, in front of, under, above, etc.)
 recognize triangle, circle, rectangle, square, hexagon, sphere, cube, cone, cylinder
 compare attributes among shapes
 identify shapes (2D and 3D or flat and solid)
 model positional words (on, in, beside, in front , behind, under, above)
 add and subtract numbers 05
Third Quarter Expectations:
 Read at book level C
 Answer comprehension questions from text 
main idea, beginning, middle and end
 orally generates rhymes
 orally recognizes rhymes
 identify letters 52 upper and lower
 produces letter sounds 26
 Sight words  65
 recognize syllables in words
 recognize beginning and ending parts of words
 write uppercase and lowercase letters
 write using some high frequency words and "madeup" spelling
 count to 80
 show numbers 030
 count sets 020
 read/write numbers 020
 understand more/less/equal
 recognize equal sets
 solve addition and subtraction word problems
 compare attributes of two objects
 recognize triangle, circle, rectangle, square, hexagon, sphere, cube, cone, cylinder
 tell how shapes are alike and different
 build and draw shapes
 demonstrate directional/positional words (in, beside, behind, in front of, under, above, etc.)
 complete a visualization puzzle
 sort objects
 represent numbers using a base ten
 decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way
 using numbers 19, find the numbers that make 10
 fluently add and subtract numbers to make 5
Fourth Quarter Expectations:
 Read at book level D
 Answer comprehension questions from text
 orally generate rhymes
 recognize syllables in words
 recognize beginning and ending parts of words
 identify 90 words
 produce all letter sounds
 write uppercase and lowercase letters
 write 12 sentences using a capital letter, correct punctuation, spelling some sight words and spelling phonetically
 count to 100
 show numbers 020
 count sets 020
 read/write numbers 020
 understand more/less/equal
 solve addition and subtraction word problems
 compare shape attributes
 recognize triangle, circle, rectangle, square, hexagon, sphere, cube, cone, cylinder
 build and draw shapes
 demonstrate directional/positional words (in, beside, behind, in front of, under, above, etc.)
 complete a visualization puzzle
 sort objects and shapes
 sort shapes by flat and solid shapes
 represent numbers using a base ten
 decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way
 using numbers 19, find the numbers that make 10
 fluently add and subtract numbers to make 5