Grade Level Goals and Expectations
Leveled Reading Assessment
1st Nine Weeks…Level E
2nd Nine Weeks…Level F
3rd Nine Weeks…Level H
4th Nine Weeks…Level I
Each week, your child will be required to know 22 sight words for each of the 9 weeks.
• Applying capitalization and punctuation rules
• Writing in complete, detailed sentences
• By the end of first grade, writing paragraphs
• Using finger spaces between words
• Adding details
• Addition: making 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10
• Addition: changing the order of the addends
• Addition: adding doubles and near-doubles to 12
• Subtraction: finding missing parts of 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10
• Addition number sentences and subtraction number sentences (equations/ problems)
• Addition and subtraction number stories (word problems)
• Addition: Doubles to 18, doubles plus 1
• Number Sense: Understanding teen numbers
• Addition: Making a 10 to add
• Addition: Adding 3 numbers
• Subtraction: Making 10 to subtract
• Number Sense: Understanding 10 more and 10 less
• Adding and Subtracting tens
• Geometry: Understanding shapes and putting shapes together
• Data: Sorting, counting, and comparing data
• Tens and Ones: Making and using numbers 11 to 20 and counting by 10s to 100.
• Tens and Ones: Making numbers with 10s and counting with groups of 10
• Tens and Ones: Modeling and writing numbers in expanded form and writing number words
• Finding 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less; making numbers; and ordering numbers on a Hundred Chart
• Comparing and estimating numbers; finding before, after, and between; ordering three numbers
• Addition: Adding groups of ten on a Hundred Chart and adding ones and tens to two-digit numbers
• Exploring and modeling ways to add two-digit numbers and finding extra information in a word problem.
• Subtraction: Subtracting 10s and 1s on a hundred chart from two-digit numbers; subtracting two-digit numbers.
• Geometry: Identifying plane shapes, making new shapes, breaking apart shapes, copying and drawing shapes.
• Problem Solving: Making an organized list.
• Geometry: Identifying and sorting solid figures, flat surfaces, vertices, plane shapes/solid figures.
• Geometry: Building with solid figures.
• Measurement: Comparing, ordering by, and measuring length, height, capacity, and weight.
• Measurement: Measuring length to the nearest inch using a ruler.
• Measurement: Telling time to the hour and half hour using analog and digital clocks.
• Measurement: Labeling coins by name and value.
• Measurement: Computing the value of a combination of coins given.
• Measurement: Identifying at least two different combinations of coins that equal one dollar.