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1 Assessment Alignment of Teaching Strategies GOLD Objectives for Development & Learning: Birth Through Kindergarten with

2 Alignment of the Teaching Strategies GOLD Objectives for Development & Learning: Birth Through Kindergarten With Nevada Pre-Kindergarten Standards This document aligns the content in the Nevada Pre-Kindergarten Standards with the objectives, dimensions, and indicators of the Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment system. References Nevada Department of Education. (2010). Nevada pre-kindergarten standards. Carson City, NV: Author. Retrieved April 30, 2013 from Heroman, C., Burts, D. C., Berke, K., & Bickart, T. S. (2010). Teaching Strategies GOLD objectives for development & learning: Birth through kindergarten. Bethesda, MD: Teaching Strategies, LLC. Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 1

3 Mathematics Pre-Kindergarten M. Math 1.0:. Numbers, Number Sense & Computation 1.PK.3a. Recognize and read numerals PK.3b. Estimate the number of objects in a set of 5 and verify by counting. 1.PK.3c. Match the number of objects in a set to the correct numeral 0 to 5. 1.PK.4a. Count to PK.4b. Count to 10 by demonstrating one to one correspondence using objects. 1.PK.5. Use concrete objects to combine and separate groups up to Uses number concepts and operations 20c. Connects numerals with their quantities 4. Identifies numerals to 5 by name and connects each to counted objects 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20a. Counts 4. Verbally counts to 10; counts up to five objects accurately, using one number name for each object 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20b. Quantifies 4. Recognizes and names the number of items in a small set (up to five) instantly; combines and separates up to five objects and describes the parts 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20c. Connects numerals with their quantities 4. Identifies numerals to 5 by name and connects each to counted objects 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20a. Counts 4. Verbally counts to 10; counts up to five objects accurately, using one number name for each object 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20a. Counts 6. Verbally counts to 20; counts objects accurately; knows the last number states how many in all; tells what number (1 10) comes next in order by counting 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20b. Quantifies 4. Recognizes and names the number of items in a small set (up to five) instantly; combines and separates up to five objects and describes the parts Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 2

4 2.0:. Patterns, Functions & Algebra 2.PK.1. Sort objects by similar attributes (e.g., size, shape, and color). 2.PK.2. Recognize and replicate simple patterns (e.g., ABAB). 2.PK.3. Compare sets of objects. Determine which set has more or less. 3.0:. Measurement 3.PK.1. Compare objects by size to determine smaller and larger. 3.PK.6. Identify day and night. 4.0:. Spatial Relationships, Geometry and Logic 4.PK.1a. Identify circles, triangles, and squares. 4.PK.1b. Begin to recognize two and three dimensional shapes in the environment. 4.PK.2. Identify positions (e.g., in front, behind, next to, up, down, inside, outside, on top, ordinal positions). 13. Uses classification skills 4. Places objects in two or more groups based on differences in a single characteristic, e.g., color, size, or shape 23. Demonstrates knowledge of patterns 4. Copies simple repeating patterns 22. Compares and measures 4. Compares and orders a small set of objects as appropriate according to size, length, weight, area, or volume; knows usual sequence of basic daily events and a few ordinal numbers 22. Compares and measures 2. Makes simple comparisons between two objects 31. Explores change related to familiar people or places 21. Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes 21b. Understands shapes 4. Identifies a few basic shapes (circle, square, triangle) 21. Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes 21b. Understands shapes 5 emerging to 6. Describes basic two- and three-dimensional shapes by using own words; recognizes basic shapes when they are presented in a new orientation 21. Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes 21a. Understands spatial relationships 5 emerging to 6. Uses and responds appropriately to positional words indicating location, direction, and distance Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 3

5 5.0:. Data Analysis 5.PK.1. Identify and sort information (e.g., interpret quantity in pictures). Science Pre-Kindergarten N. Nature Of Science Nature of Science- Scientific Inquiry and Science, Technology, & Society N.PK1.a. Observe their world. N.PK1.b. Ask questions about their world. N.PK.2. Share ideas with others. 20. Uses number concepts and operations 20a. Counts 6. Verbally counts to 20; counts objects accurately; knows the last number states how many in all; tells what number (1 10) comes next in order by counting 24. Uses scientific inquiry skills 24. Uses scientific inquiry skills 24. Uses scientific inquiry skills N.PK.3. Use tools safely to observe and explore different objects/environments. 28. Uses tools and other technology to perform tasks N.PK.4. Use patterns to predict or sort items. N.PK.5. Students work in small groups and share ideas with others regarding to science related activities. E. E Earth Earth & Space Science- Atmospheric Processes and the Water Cycle; Solar System & Universe; Earth s Composition & Structure E.PK.1. Observe and identify weather from day to day. E.PK.2. Observe and identify water in different states. E.PK.3. Students understand that the sun, moon, and stars can be seen in the sky. 13. Uses classification skills 4. Places objects in two or more groups based on differences in a single characteristic, e.g., color, size, or shape 24. Uses scientific inquiry skills 27. Demonstrates knowledge of Earth s environment 27. Demonstrates knowledge of Earth s environment 27. Demonstrates knowledge of Earth s environment Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 4

6 E.PK.4. Identify and sort different natural objects (e.g., rocks, soils, etc.). P. Physical Physical Science- Matter and Forces & Motion and Energy P.PK.1. Sort objects according to observable properties (e.g., by shape and color). P.PK.2. Explore and demonstrate how objects move. P.PK.3. Explore what happens to objects in relation to other forces (e.g., magnets, gravity, and water). P.PK.4. Investigate how objects react when placed in water. P.PK.5. Identify hot and cold. L. Life Life Science- Heredity; Structure of Life; Organisms and their Environment; Diversity of Life L.PK.1. Investigate animals and their offspring. L.PK.2. Explore and identify a variety of animals and plants. L.PK.3. Identify humans, animals, and plants. L.PK.4. Use the five senses to explore and investigate the natural world. L.PK.5. Identify the basic need for air, water and food. L.PK.6. Identify animals and their homes. L.PK.7. Identify and/or sort plants and animals by observable characteristics. L.PK.8. Observe living and non-living things on Earth. 26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials 13. Uses classification skills 4. Places objects in two or more groups based on differences in a single characteristic, e.g., color, size, or shape 26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials 26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials 26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials 26. Demonstrates knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 24. Uses scientific inquiry skills 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 5

8 2.PK.3. Identify pictures to aid in comprehension. LT. Literary Text 3.0:. Literary Text 3.PK.1. Retell a story with the aid of pictures, props, or a book. 3.PK.5. Listen and respond to rhythm or rhyme, (e.g., clapping or chanting). 3.PK.6. With assistance, listen and respond to words with tone (e.g., poems and finger plays). 3.PK.7. With assistance, listen and discuss stories from different cultures and eras. 3.PK.8. Predict what will happen next in a story. 3.PK.9. Listen to age-appropriate material that makes connections to self and the world around them. ET. Expository Text 4.0:. Expository Text 4.PK.1. Demonstrate and understand that printed material contains information (e.g., illustrations, graphs, and charts). 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18b. Uses emergent reading skills 2. Pretends to read a familiar book, treating each page as a separate unit; names and describes what is on each page, using pictures as cues 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18c. Retells stories 4. Retells familiar stories using pictures or props as prompts 15. Demonstrates phonological awareness 15a. Notices and discriminates rhyme 2. Joins in rhyming songs and games 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18a. Interacts during read-alouds and book conversations 3 emerging to 4. Asks and answers questions about the text; refers to pictures 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18a. Interacts during read-alouds and book conversations 6. Identifies story-related problems, events, and resolutions during conversations with an adult 36. Explores drama through actions and language 17. Demonstrates knowledge of print and its uses 17b. Uses print concepts 2. Shows understanding that text is meaningful and can be read Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 7

9 4.PK.5a. Recall information from an event, text, or picture related to self and the world around them. 4.PK.5b. Respond to or ask a question about an event, text, or picture. 4.PK.7. With teacher assistance, follow, a simple pictorial direction. EW. Effective Writing 5.0:. Effective Writing 5.PK.2a. Experiment with beginning techniques for using various writing materials. 5.PK.2b. Trace and progress to copying basic shapes (e.g., horizontal line, vertical line, X, plus sign, circle, etc.). 5.PK.4a. Use letter-like approximation to write name and/or other words or ideas. 5.PK.4b. Attempt, with a model, to spell own first name. 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18a. Interacts during read-alouds and book conversations 6. Identifies story-related problems, events, and resolutions during conversations with an adult 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18a. Interacts during read-alouds and book conversations 6. Identifies story-related problems, events, and resolutions during conversations with an adult 18. Comprehends and responds to books and other texts 18b. Uses emergent reading skills 4. Pretends to read, using some of the language from the text; describes the action across pages, using pictures to order the events; may need prompts from adult 7. Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination 7b. Uses writing and drawing tools 6. Holds drawing and writing tools by using a three-point finger grip but may hold the instrument too close to one end 19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills 19b. Writes to convey meaning 3. Mock letters or letter-like forms 19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills 19a. Writes name 3. Mock letters or letter-like forms 19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills 19b. Writes to convey meaning 3. Mock letters or letter-like forms 19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills 19a. Writes name 5. Partially accurate name Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 8

10 5.PK.4c. Attempt, with a model, to write the first letter of first name using the capital letter. TW. Types of Writing 6.0:. Types of Writing 6.PK.1. Experiment with writing tools and materials to communicate. 6.PK.2. Experiment with writing tools and materials in response to a familiar experience. 6.PK.4. Experiment with writing tools and materials in response to literature. 6.PK.5. Share drawings with others as a response to an expository text. 6.PK.6. Share ideas and opinions for class writing. 6.PK.7. Dictate words, phrases, or sentences to an adult recording on paper. 6.PK.9a. Organize ideas, through group discussion, with teacher assistance for the purpose of group research. 6.PK.9b. Identify and explore an area of interest. 6.PK.9c. Use, with teacher assistance, a variety of sources to obtain information. 19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills 19a. Writes name 5. Partially accurate name 19. Demonstrates emergent writing skills 19b. Writes to convey meaning 3. Mock letters or letter-like forms 14a. Thinks symbolically 4. Draws or constructs, and then identifies what it is 14a. Thinks symbolically 4. Draws or constructs, and then identifies what it is 33. Explores the visual arts 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9a. Uses an expanding expressive vocabulary 6. Describes and tells the use of many familiar items 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9d. Tells about another time or place 6. Tells stories about other times and places that have a logical order and that include major details 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10a. Engages in conversations 5 emerging to 6. Engages in conversations of at least three exchanges 11d. Shows curiosity and motivation 6. Shows eagerness to learn about a variety of topics and ideas 11d. Shows curiosity and motivation 7 emerging to 8. Uses a variety of resources to find answers to questions Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 9

11 LS. Listening 7.0:. Listening 7.PK.1a. Listen for a variety of purposes with increasing attention span. 7.PK.1b. Listen to and follow a two-step oral direction with the use of formal and informal language. 7.PK.2. Listen and respond appropriately to stories and group discussions. 7.PK.3. Listen with increasing attention span to gain new vocabulary. 7.PK.5. Engage in conversation and sometimes follow conversational rules. 8. Listens to and understands increasingly complex language 8a. Comprehends language 6. Responds appropriately to specific vocabulary and simple statements, questions, and stories 8. Listens to and understands increasingly complex language 8b. Follows directions 6. Follows directions of two or more steps that relate to familiar objects and experiences 8. Listens to and understands increasingly complex language 8a. Comprehends language 6. Responds appropriately to specific vocabulary and simple statements, questions, and stories 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9a. Uses an expanding expressive vocabulary 6. Describes and tells the use of many familiar items 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10a. Engages in conversations 6. Engages in conversations of at least three exchanges 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10b. Uses social rules of language 5 emerging to 6. Uses acceptable language and social rules while communicating with others; may need reminders Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 10

12 S. Speaking 8.0:. Speaking 8.PK.1. Speak with increasing clarity, ease and accuracy, and give clear directions. 8.PK.2. Use and expand vocabulary to describe feelings, experiences, observations and ideas. 8.PK.3a. Engage in dramatic play to convey experiences, feelings, ideas, or stories. 8.PK.3b. Speak in complete sentences using at least three words. 8.PK.4a. Initiate conversation and respond to others. 8.PK.4b. Share ideas and information from personal and share group experiences. 8.PK.4c. Ask and answer simple questions. 8.PK.5. Use language to repeat simple stories, songs and rhymes, or to relate experiences. 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9b. Speaks clearly 6. Is understood by most people; may mispronounce new, long, or unusual words 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9a. Uses an expanding expressive vocabulary 6. Describes and tells the use of many familiar items 36. Explores drama through actions and language 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9c. Uses conventional grammar 4. Uses three- to four-word sentences; may omit some words or use some words incorrectly 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10a. Engages in conversations 6. Engages in conversations of at least three exchanges 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9d. Tells about another time or place 6. Tells stories about other times and places that have a logical order and that include major details 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10a. Engages in conversations 6. Engages in conversations of at least three exchanges 9. Uses language to express thoughts and needs 9d. Tells about another time or place 5 emerging to 6. Tells stories about other times and places that have a logical order and that include major details Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 11

13 Social Studies/Social Emotional Pre-Kindergarten Social Studies H. History H1:. People, Cultures, and Civilizations H1.PK.1. Children begin to complete simple tasks together. H1.PK.2. Be exposed to stories of family members, local residents, and prominent figures. H1.PK.3. Share information about their family practices, customs, and culture. H2:. Nation Building & Development H2.PK.1. Begin to recognize that problems can occur in groups. H3:. Social Responsibility & Change H3.PK.1. Begin to understand that differences exist between home and school. G. Geography G5:. The World in Spatial Terms G5.PK.1. Identify direction and location (e.g., up/down and above/below). G6:. Places & Regions G6.PK.1. Identify different areas of the classroom and home. G6.PK.2. Begin to recognize characteristics that make them unique. G6.PK.3. Identify numbers and letters related to his/her address. 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3a. Balances needs and rights of self and others 4. Takes turns 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 29. Demonstrates knowledge about self 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 21. Explores and describes spatial relationships and shapes 21a. Understands spatial relationships 6. Uses and responds appropriately to positional words indicating location, direction, and distance 32. Demonstrates simple geographic knowledge 29. Demonstrates knowledge about self 29. Demonstrates knowledge about self Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 12

14 G7:. Human Systems G7.PK.1. Begin to understand that people move to other places. G8:. Environment & Society G8.PK.1. Identify weather conditions (e.g. rain, sunshine, snow, fog). Ec. Economics Ec9:. The Market Economy Ec9.PK.1. Begin to understand that resources can be limited (e.g., turning off the water and lights when not using). Ec9.PK.2. Demonstrate the role of different jobs in the community. Ec10:. The US Economy as a Whole Ec10.PK.1. Demonstrate the role of consumers and understand that money is exchanged for goods and/or services. Ec11:. The Dynamic Economy Ec10.PK.1. Decide between two choices involving classroom resources. C. Civics C13:. Citizenship and the Law (Rules & Laws, Rights, Responsibilities, Symbols) C13.PK.1. Follow classroom and school rules. C13.PK.2. Participate in group decision making. C16:. Global Relations C16.PK.1. Identify their teacher and peers by name. 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 27. Demonstrates knowledge of Earth s environment 27. Demonstrates knowledge of Earth s environment 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1b. Follows limits and expectations 6. Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3b. Solves social problems 6. Suggests solutions to social problems 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 13

15 Social Emotional SE. Social Emotional 1.0:. Self-Confidence 1.PK.1a. Make independent choices from diverse interest centers or activities. 1.PK.1b. Select materials to use for individual expression. 1.PK.2a. Express ideas for activities; initiate and participate in discussions with teachers or peers. 11d. Shows curiosity and motivation 5 emerging to 6. Shows eagerness to learn about a variety of topics and ideas 11d. Shows curiosity and motivation 6. Shows eagerness to learn about a variety of topics and ideas 11a. Attends and engages 5 emerging to 6. Sustains work on age-appropriate, interesting tasks; can ignore most distractions and interruptions 1.PK.2b. Acknowledge actions and accomplishments verbally and nonverbally. 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1c. Takes care of own needs appropriately 6. Demonstrates confidence in meeting own needs 1.PK.3. Re-engage in a task or activity after experiencing disappointment, frustration, or failure. 2.0:. Self-Direction 2.PK.1a. Separate easily from parents(s)/caregivers(s)/significant adult(s). 2.PK.1b. Move through routines and activities with minimal adult/teacher direction. 2.PK.2. Demonstrate self-help skills (e.g., put blocks away, pour juice, use soap when washing hands). 11b. Persists 6. Plans and pursues a variety of appropriately challenging tasks 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2a. Forms relationships with adults 6. Manages separations without distress and engages with trusted adults 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1b. Follows limits and expectations 6. Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1c. Takes care of own needs appropriately 6. Demonstrates confidence in meeting own needs Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 14

16 2.PK.3a. Use toys and materials with care. 2.PK.3b. Clean up or put away toys and materials when finished. 3.0:. Identification and Expression of Feelings 3.PK.1. Identify a range of feelings (e.g., sadness, anger, fear, and happiness). 3.PK.2a. Express feelings, needs or wants in appropriate ways. 3.PK.2b. Demonstrate awareness of feelings of others (e.g., gets blanket for friend and comforts him/her when he/she feels sad). 4.0:. Interactions with other children and adults 4.PK.1b. Express common courtesy to others (e.g., saying thank you, please and excuse me, or passing a plate of cookies). 4.PK.1c. Respect rights and belongings of others (e.g., It is my turn to use the bike, but you can have the bike when I am finished ). 4.PK.1d. Demonstrate problem-solving skills (e.g. ask for help from an adult, talk about problems, talk about feelings relating to problems, and negotiate solutions). 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1b. Follows limits and expectations 6. Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1b. Follows limits and expectations 6. Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2b. Responds to emotional cues 5 emerging to 6. Identifies basic emotional reactions of others and their causes accurately 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1a. Manages feelings 6. Is able to look at a situation differently or delay gratification 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2b. Responds to emotional cues 5 emerging to 6. Identifies basic emotional reactions of others and their causes accurately 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10b. Uses social rules of language 6. Uses acceptable language and social rules while communicating with others; may need reminders 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3a. Balances needs and rights of self and others 6. Initiates the sharing of materials in the classroom and outdoors 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3b. Solves social problems 6. Suggests solutions to social problems Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 15

17 4.PK.1e. Be able to say and respond to first and last name. 4.PK.1f. Be able to say parent s or caregiver s name. 5.0:. Pro-Social Behaviors 5.PK.1a. Play independently. 5.PK.1b. Play in pairs and small groups. 5.PK.1c. Engage in dramatic play. 5.PK.1d. Initiate play, or enter into play with a group of children already playing. 5.PK.2a. Participate in cooperative groups to complete a task. 5.PK.2b. Take turns with teacher support. 5.PK.2c. Share some of the time. 29. Demonstrates knowledge about self 29. Demonstrates knowledge about self 11a. Attends and engages 6. Sustains work on age-appropriate, interesting tasks; can ignore most distractions and interruptions 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2c. Interacts with peers 6. Initiates, joins in, and sustains positive interactions with a small group of two to three children 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 4. Acts out familiar or imaginary scenarios; may use props to stand for something else 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2c. Interacts with peers 6. Initiates, joins in, and sustains positive interactions with a small group of two to three children 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2c. Interacts with peers 6. Initiates, joins in, and sustains positive interactions with a small group of two to three children 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3a. Balances needs and rights of self and others 3 emerging to 4. Takes turns 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3a. Balances needs and rights of self and others 5 emerging to 6. Initiates the sharing of materials in the classroom and outdoors Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 16

18 6.0:. Attending and Focusing Skills 6.PK.1a. Attend to a task for at least 10 minutes. 6.PK.1b. Move on to next activity without exhibiting signs of stress. 6.PK.1c. Use verbal and non-verbal conversation skills (e.g., listening, letting a person finish speaking before taking a turn, staying with one topic, maintaining eye contact, etc.). 6.PK.1d. Demonstrate ability to delay gratification to complete a larger task. Approaches to Learning Pre-Kindergarten CT. Creative Thinking 1.0:. Creative Thinking- Approaches to Learning through Creativity 1.PK.1. Use a variety of approaches to solving problems. 1.PK.2. Use a variety of approaches to solving interpersonal problems in the classroom. 1.PK.3. Adapt environment or abilities to reach a motor challenge, such as climbing or reaching an object. 11a. Attends and engages 6. Sustains work on age-appropriate, interesting tasks; can ignore most distractions and interruptions 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1b. Follows limits and expectations 6. Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders 10. Uses appropriate conversational and other communication skills 10b. Uses social rules of language 6. Uses acceptable language and social rules while communicating with others; may need reminders 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1a. Manages feelings 6. Is able to look at a situation differently or delay gratification 11c. Solves problems 6. Solves problems without having to try every possibility 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3b. Solves social problems 6. Suggests solutions to social problems 11e. Shows flexibility and inventiveness in thinking 6. Changes plans if a better idea is thought of or proposed Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 17

19 2.0:. Creative Thinking- Approaches to Learning through Motivation and Persistence 2.PK.1. Select progressively more challenging tasks. 2.PK.2a. Demonstrate ability to delay gratification to complete a larger task. 2.PK.2b. Express satisfaction when accomplishing a task and achieving a goal. 2.PK.3. Demonstrate persistence by trying again when faced with challenges. 3.0:. Creative Thinking- Making Connections 3.PK.1. Combine objects in a variety of ways. 3.PK.2. Categorize experiences, people and ideas in a variety of ways. 3.PK.3. Create stories and scenarios by combining experiences and ideas. MM. Music and Movement 1.0:. Music and Movement - Singing 1.PK.1. Make a variety of sounds with their voices. 1.PK.2. Create and sing chants. 1.PK.3a. Recognize and select a variety of simple songs, finger plays, musical games, and musical activities alone and with others. 11d. Shows curiosity and motivation 6. Shows eagerness to learn about a variety of topics and ideas 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1a. Manages feelings 6. Is able to look at a situation differently or delay gratification 11a. Attends and engages 6. Sustains work on age-appropriate, interesting tasks; can ignore most distractions and interruptions 11b. Persists 6. Plans and pursues a variety of appropriately challenging tasks 11e. Shows flexibility and inventiveness in thinking 4. Uses creativity and imagination during play and routine tasks 13. Uses classification skills 6. Groups objects by one characteristic; then regroups them using a different characteristic and indicates the reason 36. Explores drama through actions and language 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 18

20 1.PK.3b. Select and recognize a variety of songs from diverse cultures. 2.0:. Music and Movement - Playing Instruments 2.PK.1. Play and identify a variety of musical instruments. 2.PK.2. Participate in a rhythm instrument band. 2.PK.4. Accompany simple music with rhythm instruments or clapping. 3.0:. Music and Movement - Improvisation 3.PK.1. Improvise simple songs and rhythmic patterns using voice, body or instrument. 3.PK.3. Take familiar songs and change the words, feelings, sound of voice or dynamics. 6.0:. Music and Movement - Listening 6.PK.1. Identify simple elements of music such as loud/soft and fast/slow. 7.0:. Music and Movement - Evaluation 7.PK.2. Demonstrate a preference in music. 8.0:. Music and Movement - Application to Life 8.PK.2. Demonstrate math and language skills while participating in music. 9.0:. Music and Movement - Cultural and Historical Connections 9.PK.1. Experience music from different cultures. 10.0:. Music and Movement - Cross-curricular 10.PK.1a. Move in a variety of ways to music to reinforce physical development basic movements (e.g., over, under, in, out, in and between). 10.PK.1b. Move with and without music using a variety of props such as scarves, balloons, hoops, etc. 10.PK.1c. Respond to changes in tempo. 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 35. Explores dance and movement concepts 34. Explores musical concepts and expression 35. Explores dance and movement concepts 35. Explores dance and movement concepts 34. Explores musical concepts and expression Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 19

21 D. Dramatic Play 1.0:. Dramatic Play 1.PK.1. Act out a role observed in his/her life experiences; for instance, mother, baby, doctor. 1.PK.2a. Make up new roles from experiences and familiar stories. 1.PK.2b. Direct peers and/or follow directions from peers in creating dramatic play scenarios. 1.PK.3. Act out roles that involve another child(ren) in related role; for instance, mother and baby, grocer and shopper. 1.PK.6. Use available materials as either realistic or symbolic props as part of dramatic play. 1.PK.7. Use dress-up clothes or costumes and other props in dramatic play. 2.0:. Dramatic Play 2.PK.1. Distinguish between persons, animals, and objects by identifying characteristics (e.g., the sounds animals make). 36. Explores drama through actions and language 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 6. Interacts with two or more children during pretend play, assigning and/or assuming roles and discussing actions; sustains play scenario for up to 10 minutes 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 6. Interacts with two or more children during pretend play, assigning and/or assuming roles and discussing actions; sustains play scenario for up to 10 minutes 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 6. Interacts with two or more children during pretend play, assigning and/or assuming roles and discussing actions; sustains play scenario for up to 10 minutes 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 4. Acts out familiar or imaginary scenarios; may use props to stand for something else 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 4. Acts out familiar or imaginary scenarios; may use props to stand for something else 36. Explores drama through actions and language Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 20

22 2.PK.2. Imitate roles observed in child s life experiences. 2.PK.3. Assume the role of a familiar person or thing and talk in the language/tone appropriate for that person or thing. 3.0:. Dramatic Play 3.PK.3. Differentiate between pretend and real. 4.0:. Dramatic Play 4.PK.1. Begin to understand and identify similarities and differences between dramatic characters and real people. 5.0:. Dramatic Play 5.PK.1. Use music, movement, and visual arts in dramatic play. 5.PK.3. Use language arts, math, science, and other disciplines in dramatic play (e.g., finger plays, counting, grocery store, life cycles). VA. Visual Arts 1.0:. Visual Arts: Knowledge 1.PK.3. Use a variety of media, techniques, and processes in art activities that are of the child s creation without a model. 2.0:. Visual Arts - Content 2.PK.4. Identify color, shape, and texture through art experiences. 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 4. Acts out familiar or imaginary scenarios; may use props to stand for something else 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 6. Interacts with two or more children during pretend play, assigning and/or assuming roles and discussing actions; sustains play scenario for up to 10 minutes 36. Explores drama through actions and language 36. Explores drama through actions and language 36. Explores drama through actions and language 14b. Engages in sociodramatic play 6. Interacts with two or more children during pretend play, assigning and/or assuming roles and discussing actions; sustains play scenario for up to 10 minutes 33. Explores the visual arts 33. Explores the visual arts Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 21

23 3.0:. Visual Arts - Content 3.PK.1. Recognize various art forms (e.g., photographs, statues, paintings, and drawings). 3.PK.2. Create works that express or represent experiences, ideas, feelings, and fantasy using various media. 4.0:. Visual Arts - Context 4.PK.3. Create a work of art that expands on an experience, such as after a field trip or as a part of a cultural event. 5.0:. Visual Arts - Interpretation 5.PK.1. Recognize their own and others artwork. 5.PK.2. Demonstrate respect for the artwork of others. 5.PK.3. Describe or respond to their own creative work or the creative work of others. 6.0:. Visual Arts - Cross-Curricular 6.PK.1. Use visual arts as a means to express their feelings, thoughts, knowledge and skills in content areas such as language arts, science, and math. 6.PK.2. Use visual arts in dramatic play, music, and movement activities. 33. Explores the visual arts 14a. Thinks symbolically 6. Plans and then uses drawings, constructions, movements, and dramatizations to represent ideas 14a. Thinks symbolically 6. Plans and then uses drawings, constructions, movements, and dramatizations to represent ideas 33. Explores the visual arts 33. Explores the visual arts 33. Explores the visual arts 14a. Thinks symbolically 6. Plans and then uses drawings, constructions, movements, and dramatizations to represent ideas 33. Explores the visual arts Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 22

24 Physical Development and Health Pre-Kindergarten PD. Physical Development 1.0:. Development of Motor Skills 1.PK.1. Identify the basic vocabulary of simple movement patterns (e.g., walk, run, jump, hop, climb, etc.). 2.0:. Movement Forms 2.PK.1. Demonstrate a basic form in walking, running, climbing, jumping, hopping, and walking up and down stairs. 2.PK.2. Perform a variety of large motor skills (e.g., throw a ball in purposeful direction, attempt to catch a large ball). 2.PK.3. Balance on one foot for at least five seconds. 3.0:. Dance 3.PK.1. Demonstrate locomotor movements such as up, down, forward, and backward. 3.PK.2. Demonstrate the ability to follow basic movements (e.g., over, under, in, out, in between). 5.0:. Personal Responsibility 5.PK.1. Participate appropriately during physical activities. 5.PK.2. Demonstrate turn taking and cooperation during physical activities. 35. Explores dance and movement concepts 4. Demonstrates traveling skills 6. Moves purposefully from place to place with control 6. Demonstrates gross-motor manipulative skills 7 emerging to 8. Manipulates balls or similar objects with a full range of motion 5. Demonstrates balancing skills 7 emerging to 8. Sustains balance during complex movement experiences 4. Demonstrates traveling skills 7 emerging to 8. Coordinates complex movements in play and games 4. Demonstrates traveling skills 7 emerging to 8. Coordinates complex movements in play and games 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3a. Balances needs and rights of self and others 6. Initiates the sharing of materials in the classroom and outdoors 3. Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations 3a. Balances needs and rights of self and others 6. Initiates the sharing of materials in the classroom and outdoors Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 23

25 6.0:. Fine Motor Skills 6.PK.1. Demonstrate skills in eye-hand coordination (e.g., stacking, sorting, lacing toys, stringing beads, reproducing basic patterns, complete six-piece puzzle, Legos and peg-boards). 6.PK.2. Demonstrate the muscle strength, dexterity, and control needed to manipulate items (e.g., scissors, writing utensil, paint brushes, play dough, buttons/snaps, etc.). 6.PK.3. Use fingered or tripod grasp with drawing, painting or writing instruments. HE. Health 1.0:. Core Concepts-Health Promotion/Disease Prevention 1.PK.1. Demonstrate personal hygiene skills (e.g., hand washing, independent toileting, etc.). 1.PK.2. Identify basic anatomy (e.g., eyes, nose, arms, legs, etc.). 1.PK.3. Identify healthy foods. 1.PK.5. Identify some safety rules (e.g., fire safety, traffic/pedestrian safety, dangerous objects/substances/activities, etc.). 1.PK.6. Demonstrate basic disease prevention skills (e.g., cover mouth/nose when sneezing/coughing, hand washing, etc.). 1.PK.7. Recognize community health and safety helpers (e.g., police, firefighters, doctors). 1.PK.8. Identify the basic need for air, water, and food. 7. Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination 7a. Uses fingers and hands 8. Uses small, precise finger and hand movements 7. Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination 7a. Uses fingers and hands 8. Uses small, precise finger and hand movements 7. Demonstrates fine-motor strength and coordination 7b. Uses writing and drawing tools 6. Holds drawing and writing tools by using a three-point finger grip but may hold the instrument too close to one end 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1c. Takes care of own needs appropriately 7 emerging to 8. Takes responsibility for own well-being 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1c. Takes care of own needs appropriately 8. Takes responsibility for own well-being 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 1. Regulates own emotions and behaviors 1c. Takes care of own needs appropriately 6. Demonstrates confidence in meeting own needs 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live 25. Demonstrates knowledge of the characteristics of living things Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 24

26 3.0:. Self-management 3.PK.1. Identify and express basic feelings (e.g., happy, sad, angry, frightened, etc.). 3.PK.3. Identify potential hazards at home, school, and community, etc. 2. Establishes and sustains positive relationships 2b. Responds to emotional cues 6. Identifies basic emotional reactions of others and their causes accurately 30. Shows basic understanding of people and how they live Alignment 2013 Teaching Strategies, LLC, 25

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