Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist

Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
Kindergarten Reading Assessments and Checklist
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-I can follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page
-I know that words are represented by letters
-I know that words are represented by letters
-I know that words are separated by spaces in print.
-I can recognize and name all upper and lowercase letter names.
-I can recognize rhyming words.
-I can produce rhyming words.
-I can count syllables in words.
-I can isolate and pronounce the initial, medial vowel, and final sound of CVC words.
-I can change the beginning sound for each set of words to form a new CVC word.
-I can identify all upper and lowercase letter sounds.
-I can identify the two sounds a vowel makes.
-I can read high-frequency words (sight words) by sight. (Assessment is for Fry words)
-I can tell similar words apart by the sounds.
-I can read emergent-reader text with purpose and understanding.
-I can tell who, what, where, when, why and how after listening to a fiction story.
-I can retell a story.
-I can tell the characters, setting, and what happens in a story.
-I can ask and answer questions about new words in a story. (fiction)
-I can tell the difference between storybooks and poems.
-I can tell who the author and illustrator are. I can tell what their jobs are.
-I can use the illustrations to help tell the story. (fiction)
-I can compare story characters and events.
-I can participate in class fiction reading activities.
- I can tell who, what, where, when, why and how after reading nonfiction.
-I can tell the main topic and details in a nonfiction book.
-I can tell how people, events, or ideas are connected.
-I can ask and answer questions about new words in nonfiction.
-I can find the front cover, back cover, and title page in a book.
-I can tell who the author and illustrator are. I can tell what their jobs are.
-I can use words and pictures to help me understand nonfiction.
-I can tell how two nonfiction books are alike and different.

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