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often forgets capital letters and punctuation

can copy words clearly and without errors.

can identify all upper and lowercase letters and most sounds

can identify most upper and lowercase letters and sounds

can name most letter sounds and is encouraged to practice this over the summer.

can repeat simple sentences pertaining to our themes.

can repeat simple words and sentences and has good pronunciation.

can write short simple phrases following models

consistently reads grade level material independently

copies a thematic sentence following a model

demonstrates critical thinking skills in written work

does not always pay attention to punctuation

does well on spelling and vocabulary tests

does well on spelling tests

enjoys sharing his ideas and is good at predicting story events

expresses ideas clearly and correctly

expresses ideas clearly and correctly

has difficulty memorizing letter combinations

has difficulty organizing information and ideas

has not yet begun to link letters to their sounds

is a creative writer

is a good speller

is a persuasive speaker

is able to distinguish word sounds

is able to express a solid understanding of what he/she has read

is able to identify and give examples of analogies

is able to identify and give examples of metaphors

is able to identify and give examples of similies

is able to identify unknown words by sounding them out

is able to spell his/her name properly

is able to use complete thoughts and some details to communicate his/her ideas

is choosing to read books that are too difficult

is choosing to read books that are too easy

is encouraged to add more details into his/her stories

is encouraged to add more details into his/her writing

is encouraged to continue practicing printing letters at home

is encouraged to express his/her opinions and ideas

is encouraged to keep a diary or journal to practice their writing skills

is encouraged to practice reading

is encouraged to practice reading independently

is encouraged to practice speaking

is encouraged to practice writing

is encouraged to practice writing neatly

is encouraged to read for 15 minutes / night

is encouraged to read more difficult books

is encouraged to rehearse presentations at home

is encouraged to review their work before submitting

is encouraged to use a dictionary to check his/her spelling

is encouraged to use a thesaurus to explore the use of new words in his/her work

is encouraged to write creative stories at home

is encouraged to write more realistic stories

learns vocabulary with ease

needs to build his/her reading vocabulary

needs to erase mistakes completely

needs to improve reading comprehension

needs to learn to properly form cursive letters

needs to practice improving his/her fine motor skills

needs to study his/her assigned dictee words

needs to study his/her assigned vocabulary words

needs to take more time writing in order to produce neater work

next step is to organize his/her thoughts according to different writing types

often reverses letters, such as

presentations lack clarity and organization

selects appropriate books to read based on his/her reading level

should practice reading aloud

uses available time for reading silently

uses daily vocabulary and language structures to express herself/himself

uses inappropriate gestures, tone and emphasis during presentations

uses picture clues when reading and is attempting to recognize familiar words

uses simple vocabulary in circle and to express needs

works hard on printing activities and copies words and phrases with no reversals

writes simple sentences and is able to organize ideas in a logical sequence.

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