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    English Language ArtsReading: LiteratureRL.K.1...........................................................................................1RL.K.2...........................................................................................12RL.K.3...........................................................................................20RL.K.4...........................................................................................29RL.K.5...........................................................................................39RL.K.6...........................................................................................50RL.K.7...........................................................................................63RL.K.9...........................................................................................71RL.K.10.........................................................................................80Reading: Informational TextRI.K.1..........................................................................................90RI.K.2..........................................................................................99RI.K.3..........................................................................................107RI.K.4..........................................................................................113RI.K.5..........................................................................................118RI.K.6..........................................................................................123RI.K.7..........................................................................................129RI.K.8..........................................................................................137RI.K.9..........................................................................................144RI.K.10........................................................................................150Reading: Foundational S1illsRF.K.1.........................................................................................158RF.K.2.........................................................................................184RF.K.3.........................................................................................193RF.K.4.........................................................................................210WritingW.K.1..........................................................................................216W.K.2..........................................................................................224W.K.3..........................................................................................231W.K.5..........................................................................................236W.K.6..........................................................................................242W.K.7..........................................................................................248W.K.8..........................................................................................256Speaking & ListeningSL.K.1.........................................................................................261SL.K.2.........................................................................................267SL.K.3.........................................................................................272SL.K.4.........................................................................................277SL.K.5.........................................................................................284SL.K.6.........................................................................................290LanguageL.K.1............................................................................................295L.K.2............................................................................................306L.K.4............................................................................................317L.K.5............................................................................................325L.K.6............................................................................................336

    MathematicsCounting &CardinalityK.CC.1...........................................................................................345K.CC.2...........................................................................................363K.CC.3...........................................................................................372K.CC.4...........................................................................................391K.CC.5...........................................................................................407K.CC.6...........................................................................................422K.CC.7...........................................................................................430Operations & Algebraic ThinkingK.OA.1...........................................................................................445K.OA.2...........................................................................................455K.OA.3...........................................................................................464K.OA.4...........................................................................................490K.OA.5...........................................................................................501Numbers & Operations in Base TenK.NBT.1.........................................................................................519Measurement & DataK.MD.1..........................................................................................528K.MD.2..........................................................................................538K.MD.3..........................................................................................546GeometryK.G.1.............................................................................................559K.G.2.............................................................................................570K.G.3.............................................................................................581K.G.4.............................................................................................591K.G.5.............................................................................................606K.G.6.............................................................................................615

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  • Standard: English Language Arts | Reading: Standards for Literature RL.K.1

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    Directions

    Cut out each question card. Use the question cards to answer

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  • Can you describe the main character?

    Who is the main character?

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  • What season does the story take place?

    What is the story mostly about?

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  • Would you like to be a character in this book?

    What was your favorite part of the story?

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  • Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why?

    Were there any funny parts in the story?

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  • Does the cover of the book tell you a lot about the story?

    Is this book fiction or non-fiction? How do you know?

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  • Standard: English Language Arts | Reading: Informational Text | RI.K.7

    Directions:With prompting and support, describe the relationship between illustrations and the text in which they appear. (ex. what person, place, thing, or idea in the text an illustration depicts.)Place all the cards facing up. Match each text to the picture that it describes. Then, describe the relationship between the illustration and the text.

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  • I Can Read

    !Directions: Read the sentences below. Start at the left and move to the right.

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    Directions: Rewrite the sentences below so that they have spaces.

    Level: Kindergarten Name: ________________________

    Standard: Reading | Foundational Skills | RF.K.1 http://CoreCommonStandards.com

    The dog wants to eat his food now.

    I can read from left to right.

    I can jump over the box on the floor.

    My mom and dad took me to the zoo.

    We had lots of fun at the zoo with the class.

    I know that spaces go between words.

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  • SoundsDirections: Look at the pictures below. Say the words. Think about beginning, middle,and ending sounds. Choose the word that matches each pictures. Trace the correct word.

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    Standard: Mathematics | Counting and Cardinality | K.CC.4 Graphics @ Scrappin Doodles www.CoreCommonStandards.com

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  • Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To?Directions: Have the student look at the groups of dots below.Ask the student to compare Group A with Group B.Then, ask the question, Is Group A More Than, Less Than, or Equal To Group B?

    Level: Kindergarten Name: ____________________

    Standard: Math | Counting and Cardinality | K.CC.6 www.CoreCommonStandards.com

    Group A Group B Student Response

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  • Subtraction Facts To 5

    Directions: Answer the subtraction facts below and record the time it took to complete.

    Level: Kindergarten Name: ________________________

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    Time: __________Correct: _____ / 10

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