Goals for First Grade Readiness Child’s Name Teacher These Kindergarten Common Core Georgia Performance Standards need to be met in order for a child to be successful in first grade. Reading



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Goals for First Grade Readiness


Child’s Name ______________________ Teacher _________________

These Kindergarten Common Core Georgia Performance Standards need to be met in order for a child to be successful in first grade.

Reading

Recognizes letters- ELACCKRF1d- Consistently recognizes and names all 52 upper and lower case letters.


  • In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must be able to consistently identify all 52 upper and lower case letters in random order. Consideration will be made for letter reversals such as b/d and g/q/p.

Identifies rhyming words- ELACCKRF2a- Consistently distinguishes rhyming and non-rhyming words, as well as produces rhyming words from a

prompt.


  • In order for a student to meet this standard, he or she must be able to tell the teacher if two random words rhyme or do not rhyme. For example: cat and bat- yes dog and man- no: If the teacher used the word cake, the student can give another word that rhymes with cake such as fake or make.

Reads sight words- ELACCKRF3c- Consistently reads 75 of the 100 sight words taught in Kindergarten.

  • Throughout the school year the students are learning sight words at the rate of 3-5 words per week. In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must be able to read at least 75 words of the 100 words introduced through the school year. A complete word list is available from your child’s teacher.

Produces letter sounds - ELACCKRF3a & b- Consistently produces the most frequent sounds for each consonant AND the long and short vowel

sounds for the five major vowels.


  • In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must be able to produce the letter sound when shown the letter. Teachers will assess this skill using flash cards in random order and the student must produce the sound.

Retells stories – ELACCKRL1,2,3- Consistently retells familiar events, stories, and important facts.

  • Throughout the school day kindergarten students are listening to read aloud stories, shared reading stories, and stories from their friends. In order for a student to meet these standards, he or she must be able to tell the teacher or the class the important details of a story so the listener understands the events that took place. For example: The boy was walking down the street. He saw a ball. He played ball with his friends.

Displays beginning writing skills –ELACCKRF1abc & ELACCKW3- Consistently uses left to right pattern, uses capitalization at the beginning

of sentences, and punctuation at the end of a sentence.



  • The teacher will be observing these standards during writer’s workshop time ( where students are writing and illustrating a story). Students are encouraged to use the words they know to tell their story. In order for a student to meet this standard, he or she must be using a left to right writing pattern and beginning to use capitalization and punctuation.

Reads selected text – ELACCKRF4- Fluently reading and comprehending C level books.
  • This skill will be observed during the student’s guided reading block. During this time students are reading texts that are on their reading level. In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must use their phonics skills as they are reading. These skills include: sounding out words, using picture clues, and checking for the word to make sense in the sentence.


Math

Identifies 2-D and 3–D geometric shapes – CCGPS.K.G.2 – Consistently names triangles, rectangles, squares, circles, hexagons,

cubes, cones, cylinders and spheres.



  • This is a skill that is observed in conversation and during instruction with your child. In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must be able to name and recognize all shapes consistently.

Compares sets – CCGPS.K.CC.6 - Consistently compares sets to the number of objects in another group. (equal to, greater than, and less than.).

Identifies sets, counts sets and writes numerals 0-20 – CCGPS.K.CC.3- Consistently writes numerals to label sets of 20 items.

  • This skill can be assessed using manipulatives or with a worksheet. The student needs to be able to count the objects in the group, and write the number. The student can write a number backward (reversing a 3) but cannot write 13 as 31, because it changes the value of the number.

Models simple addition and subtraction – CCGPS.K.OA.2 - Consistently uses representations to create, explain, and solve story problems.
  • This skill is assessed using manipulatives or pictures to show an addition or subtraction story problem. For example, two bears are eating honey in the cave- the student moves 2 bears to the cave- one bear gets tired and goes to take a nap- the student moves 1 bear away- How many bears are eating honey now? ). In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must consistently be able to model and answer a story problem correctly for both addition and subtraction.


Demonstrates positional words – CCGPS.K.G.1 - Consistently shows understanding all of the spatial relationships listed in the CCGPS.

  • This skill can be assessed using one stationary object (a cup) and the student moves identified shape around the cup listening for each of the positional words. In order for a student to meet this standard he or she must be able to consistently move an object to all of the positions.

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