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Quarter 3 Objectives

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I Can Use Numbers to Help Me Understand Math
  • I can count to 100 by ones (K.CC.1)
  • I can count forward starting at a given number. (K.CC.2)
  • I can write numbers from 0 to 20 (K.CC.3)
  • I can understand that adding an object to a group will make the total number one larger. (K.CC.4c)
  • I can count to tell how many. (K.CC.5)
  • I can count to tell how many. (lines, circles, arrays and scattered arrangements) (K.CC.5)
  • I can compare two written numbers between 1 and 10. (K.CC.7)

I Can Use Addition to Help Me Understand Math
  • I can use objects, fingers and pictures to help me show addition. (K.OA.1)
  • I can solve addition word problems within 10 by using objects or drawings to represent the problem. (K.OA.2)
  • I can take apart numbers less than or equal to 10. (5 = 2 + 3) (K.OA.3)
  • I can find the number that is added to 1 through 9 to make 10. I can use objects or drawings to show my answer. (K.OA.4)

I Can Use Geometry to Help Me Understand Math
  • I can find shapes around me. (K.G.1)
  • I can tell where shapes are. (above, below, beside, in front of, behind, next to) (K.G.1)
  • I can tell about shapes. (K.G.1)
  • I can compare shapes. (K.G.1)
  • I can tell about and compare two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. (K.G.4)
  • I can make shapes using materials like sticks and clay. (K.G.5)
  • I can use simple shapes to make larger shapes. (K.G.6)

With guidance and support form adults:
  • I can construct an argument supported by evidence for how plants and animals (including humans) can change the environment to meet their needs.
  • I can use and share observations of local weather conditions to describe patterns over time.
  • I can ask questions to obtain information about the purpose of weather forecasting to prepare for, and respond to, severe weather.
  • I can communicate solutions that will reduce the impact of humans on the land, water, air, and/or other living things in the local environment.
English Language Arts:

I Can Understand Nonfiction with Help
  • I can ask and answer questions about key details in a text. (RI.K.1)
  • I can tell the main topic and details in a nonfiction book. (RI.K.2)
  • I can ask and answer questions about new words in nonfiction. (RI.K.4)
  • I Can Engage in Class Nonfiction Reading Activities (RI.K.10)
I Can Understand Fiction 
  • I can tell who, what, where, when, why and how after listening to stories. (RL.K.1)
  • I can retell a story. (RL.K.2)
  • I can ask and answer questions about new words in a story. (RL.K.4)
  • I can tell who the author and illustrator are. I can tell what their jobs are. (RL.K.6)
  • I can use the illustrations help to tell the story. (RL.K.7)
  • I can compare and contrast familiar characters in stories. (RL.K.9)

I Can Use Phonics Skills to Help Me Read
  • I can recognize and make rhyming words (RF.K.2a)
  • I can count and divide words into syllables. (RF.K.2b)
  • I can blend and divide onsets and rimes of single-syllable words. (RF.K.2c)
I can find and say the initial, middle vowel and last sound in simple words. (RF.K.2d)
  • I can make the most common sound for each consonant. (RF.K.3a)
  • I can match the most common long and short vowel sounds with the common spellings. (RF.K.3b)
  • I can read common high-frequency words. (RF.K.3c)

I Can Read Fluently
  • I can read beginning books fluently. (RF.K.4)
  • I can understand beginning books. (RF.K.4)
  • I Can Engage in Class Nonfiction Reading Activities (RI.K.10)
  • I Can Engage in Class Nonfiction Reading Activities (RI.K.10)
Speaking and Listening

I Can Share What I Know
  • I can follow rules for discussions. (SL.K.1)
  • I can talk with others. (SL.K.1)
  • I can participate in a conversation. (SL.K.1)
  • I can ask and answer a question about what I have heard. (SL.K.3)
  • I can print upper and lower case letters. (L.K.1a)
  • I can use nouns and verbs when writing or speaking. (L.K.1b)
  • I can make a noun into a plural noun by adding /s/ when I say it. (L.K.1c)
  • I understand question words and know how to use them. (LK.1d)
  • I can use prepositions correctly. (L.K.1e)
  • I can produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities. (LK.1f)
  • I can sort objects into categories. (LK.5a)
  • I can show you that I understand certain words by saying the opposite word. (LK.5b)

I Can Write Different Types of Writing
  • I can write, draw and tell my opinion. (W.K.1)
  • I can write, draw and tell to teach. (W.K.2)
  • I can write, draw and say what happened to tell a story. (W.K.3)
  • I can tell how I feel about the story I told. (W.K.3)
I Can Make My Writing Better
  • I can add details to my writing. (W.K.5)
  • I can publish my writing. (W.K.6)

I Can Use Research to Help My Writing
  • I can help my class write. (W.K.7)
  • I can help my class research. (W.K.7)
  • I can remember what I have been taught to answer a question. (W.K.8)
Social and Learning:
  • I can interact appropriately with peers.
  • I can demonstrate responsibly.
  • I can show respect for classmates, adults and property.
  • I can follow school/class routine, directions and procedures.
  • I can work independently.
  • I can cooperate and contribute to group work.
  • I can demonstrate on task behaviors.
  • I can participate in class discussions
  • I can demonstrate age appropriate self-help skills
  • I can exhibit appropriate fine motor development: coloring, butting, pasting, zippering