Kindergarten Progress Report

School Year:  

Student: 

Homeroom Teacher:                                        

Attendance

TERM 1 2 TOTAL
ABSENT      
TARDY      
DISMISSED      

[School name]

The mission of the Burlington Public Schools is to help all students acquire organized knowledge, master physical and intellectual skills, and understand ideas in ways that foster a positive self-image and lead to lifelong learning, self-sufficiency, and responsible citizenship

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE KEY

Academic standards are end of year or end of unit
E =
Exceeding the grade-level standard
M = Meeting the grade level standard
P1 = Progressing toward meeting the grade-level standard
P2 = Progressing below the grade-level standard with teacher support
P3 = Minimally progressing below the grade-level standard with significant teacher support
= Not applicable

KEY
C
= Consistently
F = Frequently
O = Occasionally
NY = Not Yet

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

UNDERSTANDS CORE IDEAS
AND CONDUCTS SCIENTIFIC PRACTICES RELATED TO:

TERM 1 TERM 2
Earth Science:

Weather & Sunlight

Reduce, Recycle, Reuse
   
Life Science:

Living vs. Non-Living / Animal Needs

Animal Life Cycles

Plants & Animals

Change The Earth

Plant Needs / Life Cycles
   
Physical Science:

Pushes & Pulls
   


HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Uses correct words & phrases related to chronology & time TERM 1 TERM 2 
Describes where he/she lives    
Gives examples of people in the community & how their jobs contribute to the community    
Demonstrates an understanding that there are important American symbols    


PERSONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Self - Control & Problem Solving:

Demonstrates self - control in structured situations

Demonstrates self - control in unstructured situations

Transitions appropriately between activities & lessons

Respects classroom rules & property

Accepts responsibility for own actions
TERM 1 TERM 2

Speaking & Listening:

Participates in conversations & discussions about topics and texts

Form questions that seek additional information

Actively listens during classroom discussion

Produces & expands complete sentences in conversation

Speaks audibly and expresses thoughts, feelings and ideas

   
Work Habits:

Organizes belongings & materials

Follows directions

Uses time constructively

Completes quality work in the allotted time

 

 

 

 


ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

Foundational Skills:
 

Understands basic features of print

Recognizes, names, & produces the sounds of upper case letters

Recognizes, names, & produces the sounds of lower-case letters

Recognizes & produces rhyming words

Blends and segments syllables

Reads common sight words

TERM 1 TERM 2
Reading Skills:
 

Isolates & pronounces sounds of three-letter words

Reads emergent texts with purpose & understanding

Recognizes common types of literature & characteristics of structure

Defines the role of author & illustrator

 Identifies rhyme & rhythm in poetry

   
Reading  Comprehension Strategies:
 

With prompting & support: 

Retells familiar stories

Identifies story elements

Asks & answers questions to seek help or gain understanding

Identifies main topic & key details

   
Oral Language:


Uses nouns, plural nouns, verbs, prepositions  & pronouns

Increases vocabulary of multiple meaning words & phrases in reading

   
Writing with prompting & support 

Process: Uses drawings, dictations & writing :
 

Composes an opinion piece

Composes an informative piece

Composes a Narrative piece

Mechanics


Uses sound-letter relationships to spell

Prints upper-case letters

 Prints lower-case letters

Writes sentences using capitalization, spacing and punctuation

Produces and expands complete sentences

   


MATHEMATICS

Problem Solving & Communication


Applies appropriate strategies to estimate, solve, & check problems for accuracy

Explains mathematical thinking using words, numbers, tools, &/or pictures

TERM 1 TERM 2
Counting & Cardinality
 

Counts to 100 by ones, tens & from any given number by ones

Writes & represents numbers to 20

Counts to tell the number of objects to 20

Compares numbers to 10

   
Operations & Algebraic Thinking
 

Understands addition as putting together & adding to

Understands subtraction as taking apart & taking from

Solves story problems within 10 using objects and/or drawings

Demonstrates fluency of addition to 5

Demonstrates fluency of subtraction from 5

   
Measurement & Data
 

Describes & compares measurable attributes of objects

Classifies objects & counts the number of objects in each category

   
Geometry


Identifies and describes 2D and 3D shapes

Compares, creates, & composes shapes