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 Reading Math •              Understand features of print: left to right, top to bottom • ID the parts of a book •              Name and write upper and lower case letters and sounds •              Rhyme identification and production •              Break words into syllables •              Isolate & substitute beginning, middle, and ending sounds in words • Long and short vowel sounds •              Read high frequency words •              Read emergent level text for purpose and understanding •              Answer questions about and retell stories •              ID character, setting, and major events in a story •              ID author and illustrators roles •              Compare stories •              Spell simple words phonetically •              Write a variety of stories ranging from research papers to personal narratives • Write multiple sentences with proper spacing, capitalization, punctuation and meaningful content •              Recognize appropriate uses for nouns and verbs and use singular and plural correctly •              Use inflections and affixes correctly (-ed, -ing, un-, -pre-, etc.) •              Count to 100 by ones and tens •              Count on from a given number •              Write numbers 0-30 •              Represent a number of objects with a written number & count to answer how many •              Understand counting means one more and represent that with numbers and objects •              ID if a group of object is greater than, less than, or equal to another group •              Addition and subtraction word problems within 10 •              Take apart numbers to 10 in more than one way •              Find the number to make 10 when given a number •              Add and subtract fluently within 10 •              Put together and take apart numbers up to 19 (18=8+10) •              Understand the concept of tens & ones •              Describe/compare/contrast measurable features of objects •              Put objects into categories and sort those categories by count •              Name shapes no matter the orientation •              Use terms of position: below, beside, etc •              ID 2 and 3 dimensional shapes •              Use language to describe shapes similarities and differences (corners, vertices, sides, etc) •              Create & model shapes in environment and in other shapes