and, to, on, here, come, you, of, have, for, but, big, had, be
- I can name uppercase and lowercase letters.
- I can sound out words.
- I can identify the first, middle, and last letter in a word.
- I can hear, say, and write words that rhyme.
- I can clap the sounds I hear in a word.
- I can break up words into parts.
- I can put together the first sound with the last part to make a word. (c+at)
- I can break up a word into the first sound and the last part (cat, c-at)
- I can separate and say the beginning, middle, and ending sound in C-V-C words. (c-a-t)
- I can add or change letters in words to make new words. (bug-mug-mud)
- I can say the sound a consonant makes.
- I can quickly say high frequency words.
- I can identify the main topic and retell key details in a book (with help)
- I can tell you the connections between two people, ideas, or events in a book (with help)
- I can use drawings and writing to name a topic and tell something about it.
- I can count to 100 by 10’s. (K.CC.1)
- I can count to 100 by 1’s. (K.CC.1)
- When I count objects, I can write the number to show how many. (K.CC.3)
- I can write number 0-20. I can write number 0-50. (K.CC.3)
- I can understand that when I count, the next number is one larger than the one I just said. (K.CC.4c)
- I can compare two written numerals to decide which is greater than, less than, or equal to. (L.CC.7)
- I can show addition. (K.OA.1)
- I can add to solve word problems. (K.OA.2)
- I can make a number less than ten by putting together 2 groups of pictures or objects. (K.OA.3)
- I can show what number is needed to add to another number to make 10. (K.OA.4)
- I can show how the numbers 11-19 are made of ten ones and more ones. (K.NBT.1)
- I can sort and count objects. (K.MD.3)
Erin’s Law 2020-2021
We are required by Erin's Law to provide lessons on sexual abuse and prevention education. During the weeks of November 16th and January 25th, Grand Prairie Elementary School Social Workers will be teaching a lesson in your child’s classroom about the "Think First and Stay Safe" program. The lesson in November will cover the concepts of "Using My Built In Computer: Staying Healthy and Safe." The lesson in January will cover "Laws Help Protect Me: Kids Have Rights Too!" and "Listening to My Instincts: No Secrets".
Should your child have any questions, you may refer to the handout that will be provided to them on the day of the lesson. If you have additional questions feel free to contact a School Social Worker – Morgan Bilthuis, Rebekah Munch and Kelly McGovern.